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The Golden Dolphins Swim Club is getting ready for a great season as they prepare for the pool to open next month.
Over spring break Golden was fortunate enough to be able to participate in a fiddle camp, supported by members of the Metis Nation.
When you met Mark McFadden, you met a friend for life. That’s what all his friends say, and there are a lot of them.
Two Golden medical professionals recently came home from a charitable trip to Nicaragua where they provided eye and dental care.
The Métis Nation Columbia River Society received a grant to purchase archery equipment which has been utilized by many groups.
Local mediator Donna Rintoul held a brainstorming session to try to find a way to keep mediation services visible in the community.
Linda Hautala opened up her own salon, Shear Perfection, 25 years ago.
A new sign will be constructed at the junction of Highway 1 and Highway 95, funded through the Resort Municipality Initiative.
Destination BC awarded Tourism Golden with BC Destination Marketing Organization Association Professional Excellence Award.
This spring break, Golden youth are going to get the opportunity to grow their theatrical skills with a week-long drama camp.
The Golden Film Festival is making a comeback this year, and organizer Jessie Oatway is already accepting submissions.
The Golden figure skaters spend all season ramping up for their favourite night of the year, the Winter Carnival taking place on Saturday.
Phase 4 of the Highway 1 project was announced today at a cost of $450 million, making it the most expensive in B.C.'s history.
The GOFR group has decided the best way to help a refugee family is to sponsor them to come to Golden, so they must raise $40,000.
Shannon Hood is offering a $500 grand prize for a new design for the front of her downtown office space.
With supplies available, individuals, groups or families can create a costume or lantern, and be part of the magical experience.
The Rotary Club of Golden has sent one of its members to Laos to oversee a project that is bringing medical education to the country.
Golden's iconic timberframe Pedestrian Bridge is in need of repairs only 15 years after its construction.
Smith feels fortunate to have worked with so many inspiring families, but those families feel equally fortunate to have worked with her
Kean Graham has give himself a "digital nomad" lifestyle by creating a company that allows him to work from anywhere.