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The Neigel family had one of their worst fears realized when they returned home to find their home burned to the ground.
The Golden Nordic Ski Club is eager to get going on the winter season, and get their nine programs up and running.
The Golden Interact Club has some spooky fun planned for this weekend's kids Halloween party at the Rec Plex.
Taft comes forward about sexuality days after taking the nomination for the NDP, which approved his "minority status".
New principal joins Lady Grey Elementary from Tumbler Ridge
Rocky Mountain School District 6 is hosting a forum on Tuesday to discuss recommendations, including one that APES and LGES switch to K-7.
After last spring's CPR Wars fundraiser, Golden is now getting a CPR program to train community members.
Cpl. Mike Jacobson has been with the RCMP for 24 years, and has spent the last one here in Golden investigating collisions.
Golden's air quality, more specifically particulate matter in the air, gets worse in the winter months.
The Seniors Centre is hosting a Grand Opening celebration on Sept. 17 from 1-4 to unveil all the upgrades they've done over the summer.
With every dollar raised this volunteer runner will add 10 grams to his backpack for the Golden Ultra's vertical kilometre race.
The 85 km stage race had 150 runners last year. This year registration is already at 227, and is expected to reach 275.
The Rotary Club of Golden is celebrating the transition into fall with their inaugural Rotary Beer and Burger Festival.
Guests will see their favourites; the competition tent, tractor races, live music, a kids corner full of activities, and of course food.
Golden's newest early learning and childcare facility, Mountain Child, is having their grand opening on Sept. 19 after years of work.
Wayne Stetski came through Golden last week to gather public opinion regarding changes to our federal electoral system.
The town has explored altering the space to allow the Kicking Horse Gymnastics club to have semi-permanent usage of one side.
Higher labour costs and electricity rates top the reasons for the Canadian company choosing the Washington site over Golden.
Ten members of the GADSAR team joined Kirk Mauthner for a week-long training session in the backcountry.
Many tourism-based businesses in town have had trouble finding staff to keep up with the increase in tourism this summer.