Faith Dusevic

International flavour comes to Summer kicks with Tambura Rasa on Thursday July 19.

World music makes its 2012 debut at Summer Kicks

The world is coming to Golden for shows in the square.

International flavour comes to Summer kicks with Tambura Rasa on Thursday July 19.

Golden gentlemen are finding a way to make a difference

A group of men are working towards making Golden a better place.

Winter sports coming to big screen

Ski season is fast approaching and the anticipation is growing

Sears wins award for outstanding service

A local business was recently recognized for their superior customer service. Doug Wilson, Manager of Sears, was presented with the 2010/11 Gold Badge Store Award for Outstanding Customer Service.

Columbia Basin Trust aids community

It is very often that groups and organizations require support to function to their full potential. Grants are often a necessity and in many cases difficult to come by.

Jim Abbott speaks to Rotary Club about palaeontology project

Abbott speaks of a new scientific find that can change the way we think of our area

This toy train will be open to a silent auction for two months with all proceeds being donated to Rotary and their fight to end polio.

Art donated to help end polio

A silent auction lasting two months will begin in September to help end polio.

This toy train will be open to a silent auction for two months with all proceeds being donated to Rotary and their fight to end polio.

EKBIA to remain open after last minute agreement

East Kootenay Brain Injury Association avoids closure

Michael Hull and his fellow riders from Cops for Kids will be cycling through town on September 22. Sobeys will be holding a barbecue in the early afternoon in support of the riders and encourages the community to come support the cause as well.The ride consists of RCMP officers cycling through the various communities the organization supports.

Cycling to help children

Michael Hull ready to ride through the Southern Interior of B.C. with Cops for Kids.

Michael Hull and his fellow riders from Cops for Kids will be cycling through town on September 22. Sobeys will be holding a barbecue in the early afternoon in support of the riders and encourages the community to come support the cause as well.The ride consists of RCMP officers cycling through the various communities the organization supports.
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is preparing to help guests get to the mountains easier in the future.
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort is preparing to help guests get to the mountains easier in the future.
As the 10th anniversary of the pedestrian bridge draws closer

Looking at the past for a future celebration

Time to break out you old pictures for a celebration in Golden

As the 10th anniversary of the pedestrian bridge draws closer

Easier to reach health information

Easier way to get health information in B.C.

Oka set to play the last Summer Kicks show of the year.

Oka set to close out another Summer

Last show of the summer season

Oka set to play the last Summer Kicks show of the year.
Niki Dusseault

Combining passions to create a book store and more

Book store owners bring reading to the masses

Niki Dusseault
Nola Dusevic is getting geared up for her fifteenth years of heading up the local Terry Fox Run.

The Terry Fox Marathon of Hope returns on September 18

Preparations are well underway for the 2011 marathon.

Nola Dusevic is getting geared up for her fifteenth years of heading up the local Terry Fox Run.
Andrew Bishop

Rebels coming to play at Rockwater

Rebels bring former reporter back to Golden

Andrew Bishop
Riley Suhan of Golden

A journey from Golden to the Swiss Alps

Riley Suhan is heading off to the 2011 Worlds in Champery.

Riley Suhan of Golden

Feel free to speak

What do people in Golden have to say?

Getting healthy goes green

Healthy gym coming to town

Bear Aware presented to the public

Bear Aware at Visitor Centre

Bear Aware educating the public

Bear Aware presented to the public