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Golden considering overhaul of sustainability rules as green goals increase

Developers and builders looking to build new structures in Golden will likely face more stringent sustainability requirements for those buildings once a planned update of the city’s sustainability … more

Dragon Boat Film Festival fosters conversations

Conversation is one of the best ways to build a bond with another person. Not only that, but it provides a wonderful opportunity to enlighten and educate. And conversation doesn’t just have to be … more

A changing Golden from a native’s perspective

I grew up in Golden. As a kid from Golden’s “north-side” of town, I can tell you a few interesting facts We kids had lots of opportunities to find innocent mischief. We had so many adventures … more

A hole in Golden will be filled with opening of new doughnut shop

For Peter Huot, doughnuts have always run in the family. “My cousins grew up in a doughnut shop,” he said. “They would go to school and then come back and do their homework in the doughnut … more

Developer looking to build up to 32 high-end homes on flank of North Table Mountain

A builder once again has plans for the northern flank of North Table Mountain. This time, the vision is to build up to 32 new single family homes on 30 acres located off of West 58th Drive. A portion … more

Green Mountain boys hoops upsets No. 4 Golden in 4A Jeffco action

GOLDEN — Fourth-quarter magic seems to be the winning formula for Green Mountain’s boys basketball team so far this season. After an opening season loss to Chatfield, the Rams stormed back … more

Cougars hold on to exorcise Demons

Jackson Mott made it a point to slow down and focus on his breathing every time that he stepped to the charity stripe Friday night at Lo Hunter Gymnasium at Evergreen High School. The senior guard … more

Parks board to consider options for Lubahn Trail, which is plagued by overuse, erosion

With its easy accessibility to central Golden, proximity to Castle Rock above and views of downtown Golden below, the Lubahn Trail seems to be a hiker's dream. But in recent years, the same factors … more

New taco truck up and running on South Golden Road

After 20 years working in restaurants, Edna Guzman was feeling ready to launch her own operation. “Of course, I am a Mexican lady,” said Guzman. “And I've always liked cooking and trying … more

Colorado Environmental Film Festival going online

If you thought COVID-19 would stop the Colorado Environmental Film Festival, you’d be wrong: the festival will be back and bigger than ever with a record 86 films. What the pandemic has put a … more

JCOS details new trails and projects following Heritage Square swap

Big changes are likely coming to south Golden if a proposal to transfer the former Heritage Square site and about 75 acres of land to its south comes to fruition. On Jan. 21, the Golden Planning … more

A new day for Golden’s old G?

It’s not easy to find record of the history of the painted G on South Table Mountain —although at least some Golden old timers say it was put there in 1962 by then-Golden High School student … more

A magpie follow-up from Alice Dempsey

 Thank you for the publication of my first submission about the Magpie Wake, this past September.    I watched the magpies return this week to enjoy a pile of holiday nuts and … more

Proposed apartments hit roadblock as commission denies variance

The Golden Planning Commission has denied a developer’s request for a variance from city density rules that would have allowed it to construct 129 apartment units in north Golden. Maryland-based … more

City, preservation groups feeling territorial

An effort to better recognize and highlight the historic buildings remaining from Golden’s time as Colorado’s second capitol city is gaining momentum — although the leader of that effort says … more

Printing a piece of Golden

Last summer, Mitchell Bowen was in a situation that might feel familiar to many people who have gone to college: he was headed into his senior year with no idea about what he was going to do after. … more

Arts remain unbound during COVID pandemic

With so many stuck inside for the bulk of this year, there’s a common outlet creatives all over are turning to — podcasting. Doug Kacena, artist and owner of Denver’s K Contemporary art … more

Painter makes Golden a "window wonderland" during holidays

During a year where many holiday traditions have had to be altered or even canceled altogether, one seasonal pleasure that feels all the more special for remaining mostly unchanged is a walk down … more

How about a heartwarming holiday stroll

I think Santa did actually come a little early this year. The news of the approval of the vaccines for COVID-19 is probably the best present that the world could get right now. Although most people … more

Celebrated bake shop still grateful

Lost in the plight of restaurant owners being hammered by COVID-19 shutdowns and cutbacks, are the equally devastating toll they’re taking on small vendors who supply restaurants with delicious … more
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