The Golden Transcript is about to reach a major milestone.
The Transcript is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the state, and the oldest media entity in the Denver metro area. And …
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The Transcript is the oldest continuously published newspaper in the state, and the oldest media entity in the Denver metro area. And this December marks the paper's 150th year of publication, culminating in the anniversary edition in Dec. 2016.
Staff here at the Transcript are excited to share with the community several special projects that we're currently planning, so check back here, and on our social media pages, to keep up to date on the latest.
For now, what we can tell you is that there will be special pages commemorating the paper's history, and it's role in the future of Golden, every other week throughout 2016. There will also be a fun photo contest, where sharp-eyed Goldenites can score some fun prizes. A glossy commemorative magazine will be published next year. Also, there will certainly be a 150th birthday party!
Beginning in January, the paper will also organize a video series, called Golden Stories. This series will invite everyone in town to come to different locations, and to simply share stories — happy, sad, informative or silly — all organized around simple themes. Those stories will be videotaped, and shared right here.
We will have more details, and more opportunities for the public to get in on the fun, soon.
So, thank you Golden for giving us 150 years of memories. And we look forward to making a few new ones in the years to come!
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