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Golden's next Summer Kicks performer learned traditional Chicago blues while playing in the clubs on the west side.
Falun Gong practitioners were in Golden informing people of how Canada and the West are inadvertently supporting "organ pillaging" in China.
The arena will begin offering more drop-in opportunities to help take the pressure off organizers of programs like recreational hockey.
He made the 5,400 kilometres from St. Johns to Lake Louise the first time around before having a stroke. Three years later he restarted.
A contract has been awarded to find a new access point for the Lower Canyon of the Kicking Horse River.
Astronomers are predicting this year’s Perseid shower to produce double the number of meteors as usual.
After a difficult last season the Rockets are trying to turn things around, and are hoping the Town will help them out.
Drug overdoses are on the rise, so now it's more important than ever that people know what addiction services are available in Golden.
She is known as Golden’s very own soap lady, but thanks to a national competition, her soap is getting recognition outside our community.
There are 45 homes south of Golden that may soon be receiving fire protection, if that’s what they decide.
Hikers are surrounded by edible food. Julie Walker explains how it can be responsibly foraged.
Rec Manager Jordan Petrovics is looking at the department's programming and how to improve services.
The Team Redline Car Show will be taking over downtown Golden on Canada Day showing off classic and modern cars.
A $45,000 investment has been given by the Province to find a new access point to the Lower Canyon for rafting, that does not cross CP land.
A Grade 5 Golden student has been spending his spare time raising funds for Orangutan Foundation International Canada.
In a creative solution, two rafting companies have decided to use a helicopter to get guests to the Lower Canyon of the Kicking Horse River.
After a very long evaluation process the Town of Golden has been informed that it was unsuccessful in obtaining two infrastructure grants.
Conservation officers had to euthanize a bear in Golden after it was found eating garbage that was found at a local residence.
The Kicking Horse has gotten a lot of attention lately, but the paddlers who love the river are going to celebrate on the water.
Opinion: Celebrate what tourism means for the people of Golden, even those not working in the industry.