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Photo catches eye of Ryan Reynolds and gets a million likes on Instagram
Zugec was in fighter Adam Braidwood’s corner during fatal fight with Hague
Kenneth Jacob Fenton pleads guilty to two counts in the death of Const. Sarah Beckett in April 2016.
Mickey Balas is now the community’s Seniors’ Navigator, a free service that can help seniors with a variety of issues and concerns.
Pilots from all over the world will be arriving in Golden shortly for the annual Willi Muller XC Challenge.
Phase 2 of the Schacher trail will soon be released to the broader mountain biking community.
The Static Shift will be playing at Summer Kicks in Golden on July 20.
Those involved in the white water rafting industry aren’t the only ones having to deal with this year’s loss of access to the Lower Canyon.
HI Test Sand is still considering the Golden area for their silica plant, however the site will be used to mine the silica.
Phase 2 of the Golden Cycling Club’s Schacher Trail is officially open.
Jason Stephens believes the Rockets can take a major step forward next season.
Celtic band Tiller's Folly is taking the Summer Kicks stage in Golden's Spirit Square next Wednesday.
Over 400 riders took part in the first annual event, which saw bikers race through rain, mud and darkness.
Over 400 riders competed in the first Golden 24 event on Saturday and Sunday.
What began as an instructional running clinic has evolved into a free run club, and the new met for the first time on June 13.
The first Golden 24 begins on Saturday with more than 300 registered riders.
Some local guides are already feeling the crunch due to the loss of access to the Kicking Horse River's Lower Canyon.
Still just 14 years old, Coffman has already accomplished what many longtime players never do, he’s written and performed on an album.
Community members gathered at Kumsheen Park last night to protest the loss of access to the Lower Canyon of the Kicking Horse River.
With the provincial death toll mounting, a local group is taking steps to inform the public about the dangers of fentanyl.