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The arena will begin offering more drop-in opportunities to help take the pressure off organizers of programs like recreational hockey.
For those looking for some blues and rock and roll, The Bright Light Social Hour has a great show in store at the Golden Sound Festival.
The RCMP are currently reviewing a number of items in response to a recent influx of break and enters, mischiefs, and thefts in Golden
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.
Mickey Balas is now the community’s Seniors’ Navigator, a free service that can help seniors with a variety of issues and concerns.
She is known as Golden’s very own soap lady, but thanks to a national competition, her soap is getting recognition outside our community.
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.
Maz has a unique blend of acoustic, traditional music, which the Quebec quartet combines with a contemporary, electrified jazz.
Hikers are surrounded by edible food. Julie Walker explains how it can be responsibly foraged.
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.
Phase 2 of the Golden Cycling Club’s Schacher Trail is officially open.
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 Grade 5 Golden student has been spending his spare time raising funds for Orangutan Foundation International Canada.
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.