Artist uses drawings to make statements of unkept promises to Native Americans

November 27, 2021

By Victoria De Leon
9News

COLORADO, USA — Art has the power to make you feel, think, and reflect. John Gritts uses his art to make statements. The first one wasn’t planned, but it quickly became apparent in 1973… Read more…

The 100 Best Denver Bars We Can’t Live Without

November 26, 2021

By Molly Martin
Westword

Denver’s a drinking town, built on beer and filled to the brim with beloved dives, craft-cocktail havens and everything in between. We go to bars to escape, to celebrate with friends and to make friends with strangers. And so once again, we’re celebrating the saloons of the city with “Drink Here.” These are the 100 local bars we can’t live without, where the booze flows as freely as the conversation and the blurry nights become the best memories… Read more…

Panacea Life Sciences Holdings, Inc. to Commence Trading Under Ticker Symbol “PLSH” on November 26, 2021

November 24, 2021

Accesswire

GOLDEN, CO / ACCESSWIRE / November 24, 2021 / Panacea Life Sciences Holdings, Inc. (OTCQB:EXDID), (“Panacea” or the “Company”), a cGMP certified, vertically integrated premium CBD and cannabinoid company, announced today that it will commence trading under the ticker symbol “PLSH” effective at the market open on Friday, November 26, 2021… Read more…

City of Golden Weekly Digest

November 24, 2021

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Board of Health Issues PHO Requiring Face Coverings in Indoor Public Spaces

November 24, 2021

Jefferson County Public Health

Jefferson County, Colo. – The Jefferson County Board of Health issued Public Health Order 21-006, which requires all individuals ages 3 and older to wear a mask or cloth face covering when in indoor public spaces in Jefferson County, regardless of vaccination status. The Order is effective November 24, 2021 at 12:01 a.m. and shall remain in effect at all times Jefferson County is in Substantial or High Transmission. This decision was made following discussion during a public meeting on November 22  and with extensive input from the community over the last week… Read more…

10 over-the-top Colorado holiday light displays you have to see this season

November 24, 2021

By John Wenzel
Denver Post

Last year’s holiday season felt, at times, like an alternate-universe version of itself, the lack of COVID-19 vaccines and in-person gatherings creating an unfamiliar quiet.

This year offers no shortage of challenges outside of the holidays. But at least there’s a refreshed slate of holiday lighting displays, parades and tree lightings — family-friendly and largely outdoors — to help us get back in a festive mood… Read more…

Mines grad student wins U.S. Clean Energy Education & Empowerment Award

November 24, 2021

By Emilie Rusch
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom

A Colorado School of Mines graduate student has been honored with a U.S. Clean Energy Education & Empowerment (C3E) Award from the U.S. Department of Energy. 

Kate Anderson, a PhD student in the Advanced Energy Systems program, was this year’s winner of the C3E Social, Economic, and Policy Innovation Award… Read more…

Golden Makes Safety Changes In Light Of Wisconsin Holiday Parade Tragedy

November 23, 2021

By Kelly Werthmann
Denver Channel 4

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – The holiday parade tragedy in Wisconsin comes as cities across Colorado prepare for their own parades and festivals. Not surprisingly, city leaders and event planners are looking over their own safety protocols… Read more…

Wrap It Up: All the Holiday Markets in Metro Denver This Season

November 23, 2021

By Susan Froyd
Westword

Ready or not, the holiday shopping season is back, at almost full strength. At markets both indoors and out, you can find local, one-of-a-kind art and artisan gifts; discover vintage duds; and stock up on hostess gifts and kitchen condiments. And you’ll actually have a good time doing it. 

Keep reading for dozens of holiday shopping alternatives around Denver this year, listed chronologically… Read more…

Mask mandate for indoor spaces in Jeffco beginning Wednesday

November 23, 2021

By Glenn Wallace
Golden Transcript

The Jefferson County Public Health department’s board voted 4-1 Monday to pass a new health ordinance to require people ages 3 and older to wear masks when within public indoor spaces as a COVID-19 safety measure… Read more…