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Both Special Olympics Golden and the Golden Women's Resource Centre received $3,000 cheques from the fund, supported by Steelworkers.
Recreation, and the significant costs associated with it, were debated at Town Council on June 2.
Squarebriggs has served with Golden Fire and Rescue since 2007 and has amassed 20 years of service as a firefighter in the province.
Frustration evident for one local liquor store owner amid confusing changes to government liquor policy.
For Frank Mastroianni, what started as a small garden has turned into an impressive urban farm.
Students at NES showed off their best stuff on Thursday for a fashion show.
The walk, for both humans and dogs, will be in support of the Lions Club's initiatives to train dog guides for a variety of purposes.
The Mad Trapper opened in 1975 and was an instant hit with both tourists and locals.
Golden has been enjoying an unusually warm and sunny spring in 2015 but it’s not without its costs, especially for some residents in Parson.
The resort's Grizzly Bear Refuge and Eagle's Eye will be open for business seven days a week starting on May 30.
Golden’s failed Community Bike Share program has received a second life with the awarding of a 2015 contract to Higher Ground.
Bears continue to be an issue in Golden, but CO Dan Bartol says the solution is quite simple and rests in the hands of Goldenites.
Local conservation officers have expressed concerns about the number of bears in and around the Golden Mobile Home Park.
Carolyn Mark’s performance career got off to an early start, but it’s fair to say she wasn’t overly enthused about it.
Conway says he is constantly on the go in retirement and a lot of that is due to the hours he spends volunteering.
It’s been said many times before, but there’s no job quite as tough as being a mother. Multiply that by four and you have Janice Tisdale.
National Geographic's Adventurer of the Year will highlight the Golden Mountain Festival.
Charlie Scheideman spent 27 years policing in the B.C. interior and not surprisingly he’s got a few stories to tell.
Jamie Crawford has always been a cat-lover, so naturally she spends a good portion of her free time volunteering for Little Mittens.
Organizers for the Golden Sound Festival have announced this year’s lineup and a likely change to how it will look in the future.