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Goldie was one of 11 children who lived together with their parents who worked very hard to support their family.
What can I say Golden other than it has been a blast.
Many people who come into the downtown area of Golden for the first time seem to be surprised at how nice it actually is.
The international Kicking Horse Cup, with three road races in one weekend, will take place on July 27 and 28.
The summer is turning around in a big way for Alpine Rafting who recently saw their biggest day ever.
A local dog took an unexpected trip to Calgary but luckily was returned to its owners.
Making everyone in a town or city happy will never happen.
Well known Golden artists, Joni Young, had one of her paintings stolen right off the wall of Jita's Cafe where the pieces were on display.
Norm Macdonald worries that Minister Bennett's suggestion of smart meter "opt out" could be too costly if not done properly.
The Golden Municipal Swimming Pool have developed a program that will help young swimmers begin the journey to become lifeguards.
After nearly 20 years as a mechanic, David Higginson has opened up his own auto repair shop in Habart called Hig & Son Automotive Repair.
Grizzly bear cub Tika has returned to the Golden area after his rehabilitation at Northern Lights Wildlife Society in Smithers.
A lifetime of collecting led Ray Tress to make the decision to open his own museum in Nicholson 20 years ago.
Florence Muir came to the Golden area from Saskatchewan in 1966.
As summer truly kicks off there are many things that seem to be on the minds of residents in Golden.
As the weather continues to warm up, more bicycle enthusiasts are coming to Golden to ride the trails.
Graduation from high school is one of those rare moments in life where many people come together to look at the past.
The Heart and Stroke Foundation (HSF) has donated an Automated External Defibrillator (AED) which will be placed in the Mount 7 Rec Plex.
Davene Dunn was the oldest of five children who took the long road to finding her home in Golden.
Luraina Oddy is taking her desire to compete at the British Columbia Amateur Body Building Competition on a national level.