- Submit News Tip
- Trending Now
- Photo Galleries
- Special Sections
- Contact Us
Spring has officially arrived and that means that the bears are due back in town any day now.
Saje Gosal and Neal Randhawa recently completed their first season of university basketball at the University of Northern British Columbia.
Golden’s very own brewery has experienced some delays during construction, but they could be selling beer by the end of summer.
Entertainment: The idea to document the cross country tour with Bruce Cockburn seemed like a winner, and Usher took his idea to CBC.
Many of the concerns may have stemmed from the well-known danger of frac sand operations, which isn’t a part of Hi Test’s proposal.
Linley McLean has worked at the Golden Women’s Resource Centre since 2009.
Jackie Ohnander has an extensive background in music, but she also has plenty of experience with the great outdoors.
The Nicholson Fire Department is celebrating a win this week after being named the CSRD’s fire department of the year.
The discovery of some unusually high-quality silica south of Golden could create approximately 150 direct full-time jobs.
Matt Matheson spent five years working at Olympic View Golf Club in Victoria before taking the Head Pro job at the Golden Golf Club.
A group of students from Golden Secondary are leaving today for a 10 day tour around Japan.
The Rais took a leap of faith, left their native India and moved to a small town in the Canadian Rockies in search of a better life.
The village of Field is up against several significant roadblocks when it comes to attracting new residents, especially young families.
For much of last week Golden residents were cautioned to stay indoors and avoid strenuous activity due to a dust advisory.
Council discussed a CBT grant application for the tennis courts and heard a presentation regarding usage of the Horseshoe Club.
The Golden Eagles senior boys’ basketball team had their season come to an early end after a tight 83-79 loss to Creston.
A few Golden recreational tennis players are hoping to take advantage of a granting opportunity and have the tennis courts resurfaced.
An Interact Club from Washington will be joining the Golden club for an Amazing Race this weekend.
A middle aged woman from overseas died from injuries sustained in a collision at Kicking Horse last week.
It’s been a busy few months since Kootenay-Columbia MP Wayne Stetski was elected to office in the Oct. 19 federal election.