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Jackie Spain is a local provider for health and safety training for businesses in Golden and British Columbia.
After a cold winter, when getting around was not always the easiest thing to do, now almost everyone can enjoy the great outdoors.
Ron Landry was born in Moncton, New Brunswick and, lived on the east coast of Canada until he was 20 years old.
The Golden Home and Lifestyle Show is set to happen in Golden on April 26-27.
Local Scouts and Girl Guides will be taking part in Pitch-in Canada on April 20.
Madison Durand stepped into the spotlight at the Flamenco Rosario in Golden.
The Golden Cycling Club has received funding for upgrades to the Moonraker Trail system.
On April 6 the College of the Rockies was the site for the Toastmasters Area Speech Contest.
Wayne Miller was born in Golden, and jokingly calls himself one of the Originals of the town.
When people come together as part of a unified goal, then anything can be accomplished.
Flec Demmon moved to Golden in 1984 for both the lifestyle and all that the town had to offer.
After a short session in Victoria, Columbia River-Revestoke MLA Norm Macdonald is back in the Kootenay region.
One of the most important ideas in an area like Golden has to be linked to whether or not your voice is really being heard.
Friends and supporters of Ethan Johnson came together at a fundraiser held by the Gentlemen’s Leisure Club of Golden.
Over the years Lorraine Daley has become one of the backbones of daycare for children in the area.
Final preparations have begun for the start of the soccer season. The plan is to have games starting by April 15.
The Art Gallery of Golden has a new show, Hic et Ubique: Here and Everywhere, highlighting the work of Christine Silvia Hoeppner.
It won’t be long now until skiers and snowmobilers will turn their attention to other great pastimes, like mountain biking and hanggliding.
It was a great night of fun for the Golden and District Rod and Gun Club who gathered for the group’s annual banquet on March 23.
The volunteers that run Film Kicks are getting prepared to host the final movie of the season with a one night showing of The Sapphires