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Lookout Mountain youth center reorganizing following multiple problems

After a tumultuous year that saw two convicted sex offenders escape and both residents and staff members alike injured in multiple incidents, the Lookout Mountain Youth Services Center in Golden is … more

Environmental film festival returns bigger and better for 14th year

When the Colorado Environmental Film Festival returns to Golden for the 14th straight year later this month, festival veteran Dave Steinke says festgoers can expect an event that is both bigger and … more

Snow day for Golden

Winter made its snowy return to Golden last week as storms at the beginning of the week cancelled meetings and other events. The latter, which also led to a snow day for local schools, blanketed the … more

Great Depression-era safe now on display in treasurer’s office

At the height of the Great Depression, the Jefferson County Commissioners authorized the county’s treasurer to purchase a 4,000-pound safe.  “They bought it because of the stock market crash,” … more

MLK volunteer effort

Kaiser Permanente employee James Held works to pair shoes at Soles4Souls warehouse in Wheat Ridge on Martin Luther King Jr. Day. Held was one of 30 Kaiser employees who volunteered at the warehouse … more

Young Jeffco artists finding their voice

The new “Power of Process” exhibition at the Foothills Art Center in Golden contains everything from a series of photos of a popping water balloon to monster faces made from recycled cans. But … more

Golden Police plan to enforce red flag law

At the start of the year, Colorado’s red flag law allowing law enforcement officers to confiscate firearms from people deemed a threat to themselves or others went into effect. But while the law … more

Jeffco fairgrounds may be closed as a budget cut

The Jefferson County Commissioners will consider next month whether to shut down the county fairgrounds in Golden to save money as the county is faced with budget cuts. On Jan. 21, County Manager Don … more

Jeffco Sheriff says residents should expect jail releases to continue at least through 2020

Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader said county residents should expect to see inmates released early from the Jefferson County Correctional Facility for the rest of the year. The Sheriff’s … more

Party like a Viking

Many Goldenites are drawn to Golden’s annual Viking music festival by the promise of good beer, music and vibes. But for some, much of the fun of the festival lies in the chance to embrace their … more

Couple finds hope for love in upcoming Miners Alley play

Actor Bill Hahn says theater is always a high wire act. But it becomes an even more difficult one when the show only involves two performers. “It’s a challenge from the standpoint of there are no … more

”There's a family feel here”

Golden caught its annual case of cowboy fever last weekend as cowboy poets and musicians from across the West descended on the city for the 31st annual Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering. For many of … more

Yeti Cycles to remain at Golden's Corporate Center, where it will expand HQ

The headquarters for the Golden-based high-end mountain bike manufacturer Yeti Cycles will be staying put in southeast Golden, after all. Yeti Cycles, which operates out of the Corporate Center at … more

Golden City Council set to vote on plan that would roadmap city's transportation future

The city of Golden is close to adopting a Transportation Master Plan for the first time in its history. That plan, unanimously approved by the Golden Planning Commission in December, is set to be … more

Residents launch petition to rezone Golden Overlook

A group of residents from the Golden Heights and Golden Hills neighborhoods have begun circulating a citizen petition that would change the zoning of the embattled Golden Overlook property to allow … more

Heart of Golden 2020 project seeking residents’ ideas for corridor’s future

A concert or theater stage. A permanent farmer’s market pavilion. A for-profit café. An extension of walking and bike paths along the creekfront. Those are just four of the visions for potential … more

New decade, new mayor

The Golden city council kicked off the new decade by seating the city's new mayor. “It's an incredible time to be a Goldenite,” the newly sworn in mayor Laura Weinberg said in comments she made … more

Jeffco Library district introduces new Spanish-language website

The Jefferson County Public Library is now offering a website and online catalogue that have been enhanced to offer an improved user experience for Spanish-speakers. Sarah Rudman, the library's … more

Poetry, comedy, music and heaping helping of beans

Jerry Cunningham is not the kind of guy who would’ve ever expected to end up on the board of directors of Golden’s annual Colorado Cowboy Gathering. After all, for a long time, this … more

Golden revamps winter promotions to draw more visitors

It's no secret that the early months of the year tend to be among the slowest for retailers. After all, the annual shopping and spending frenzy that is the holidays has just come and gone, mainly … more
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