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Former GSS student and basketball player Saje Gosal has been awarded the CanadaWest Academic All-Canadian at UNBC.
Golden IGA is helping out LIttle Mittens Animal Rescue by putting together hampers that customers can purchase for the organization.
Despite a request to erect a new monument in front of the Golden Post Office, there is no intention to remove the fountain.
Many of the community's new winter workers are struggling to find accommodation in Golden, where locals are also feeling the crunch.
Kicking Horse Mountain Resort opens up tomorrow (Dec. 9), and Community Day where residents get a free lift ticket is this Sunday.
After Whitetooth quietly opened its doors last week the community came out in droves to try the brewery's six varieties of beer.
Just over a year ago, Stacey Gysbers realized her dream by opening her own pet store.
The Columbia River Revelstoke MLA says the pipeline expansion decision is shortsighted for his riding and for the country.
There may be some simple things you could do to make your home or business more secure, things you don’t realize could make a difference.
Everyone has their holiday traditions, and here in Golden, the annual Purcell Mountain Orchestra performance has become one of them.
Golden artist Nick Laferriere had his work chosen by the Pacific Salmon Foundation's art competition.
Optometrist Dr. Rebecca Kolbenson and Dentist Dr. Shane Van Biezen will be providing free medical services to children in Nicaragua.
Minister Todd Stone joined the Sikh community to unveil a new Stop of Interest sign that recognizes the community's early Sikh pioneers.
Starting Nov. 21, there will be a Memory Tree of Lights where people can purchase a tag to hang in honour of a lost loved one.
The Rotary Interact Club of Golden has been working hard over the past year to build up a presence in the community.
Gorman Lake is one of Golden’s favourite “local” spots to enjoy snowmobile trails, but the parking area was getting congested.
Jay and Tammy Paul made the move to Golden to open up The Dugout Bar and Grill, formerly Omega.
Dave Stonehouse's week-long log home building course at his site in Donald filled up so fast some students ended up on a wait list.
Victoria Ewing, Anju Mall and Tyler Ralph placed third overall in the tournament, playing against teams from all over the Kootenays.
The first 400 bear-proof bins have been approved, and will be placed in priority areas in town next year.