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The food at the Skoki Lodge has been bringing people to the backcountry for many years.
This will be the first time the association has put together a hockey school in Golden.
Canada Day will see Golden filled with some of the most jaw dropping cars imaginable with the 6th annual Team Red Line Car Show.
As spring has rolled into summer, nature has once again shown just how strong it can be with the recent events in Alberta.
Mountainiron Contracting Inc. was built on experiences in the construction industry and has been serving Golden for the past three years.
Crews were on site to focussed on the removal of dangerous trees and reducing the natural fuel load on the forest floor.
There was a report of a single-vehicle accident near Field in the evening hours of June 9.
This weekend saw Golden Soccer and the Barrel O’Rama bring together large crowds of supporters and some great athletes in Golden.
Bert Tress was born near Spillimacheen and started working for his father in the logging industry when he was just 10 years old.
The Range Sports Grill has opened its doors and for the owner of the restaurant, Curt Thorne, the wait has been well worth it.
Golden Secondary School (GSS) was the site for special exhibition of the unique works of art created by Dacey Chaluck on June 14.
Columbia River-Revelstoke MLA Norm Macdonald has once again been named the official critic of Forest, Lands and Natural Resource Operations.
A third shift will be starting at the LP Engineered Wood Products Ltd in Golden as of July.
The 2013 Canadian National Hang Gliding Championship will be happening from July 14 to July 20.
The summer Farmers’ Markets are ready to start another season in Golden.
Arnold Joseph Henry Benty was born in Love, Saskatchewan on Valentine's Day.
Coy Macdonald is a former Golden resident who has made waves in the hair industry in Calgary with a second place finish in Hair Wars.
The Golden Museum is getting ready for another summer of fun activities for local children.
Something is wrong with the whole idea of charging seniors who need a wheelchair $25 a month.
Town of Golden councillor, Keith Hern, thinks the time is right to reduce the number of councillors in Golden from six to four.