Crime Bulletin

March 6, 2021

City of Golden Police Department

Please assist the Golden Police Department in identifying and locating the pictured individual… Read more…

US 6 and Heritage Interchange Design

March 6, 2021

Jefferson County

Golden, CDOT and Jefferson County are partnering to improve the US 6 and Heritage interchange. An open house was hosted Wednesday, Feb. 24, where four alternatives for the interchange were presented. Participants were given an opportunity to ask questions and provide input… Read more…

Crews Use Ladder Across Partially-Frozen Clear Creek In High-Angle Rescue

March 6, 2021

By Jennifer McRae
Denver Channel 4

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4)– Crews with Golden Fire Rescue conducted a high-angle rescue Friday afternoon that closed Clear Creek Canyon for hours. One person was injured, prompting the rescue… Read more…

NREL Industry Growth Forum Announces 2021 Presenting Start-Ups from Around the World

March 5, 2021

National Renewable Energy Laboratory

Forty companies have been selected to participate in the U.S. Department of Energy’s National Renewable Energy Laboratory (NREL) Industry Growth Forum, which will be held virtually again this year. More than 150 companies applied for the chance to present their cleantech innovations to potential investors and engaged industry experts at the 26th annual event… Read more…

Golden Business Spotlight: J.C.’s Cafe

March 5, 2021

By Sandra Dallas
Golden United

“We provide food for the body and food for the soul,” says Chris Ross, who operates J.C.’s Café with her husband, John, and daughter, Shannon Rucker.

Indeed, the café is known for its healing atmosphere as much as its wholesome food… Read more…

Golden Business Spotlight: Columbine Bar

March 5, 2021

By Sandra Dallas
Golden United

Ever since the popular Columbine Bar opened its doors at end of Prohibition, it has overcome economic hardships. They include recessions and nonsmoking laws that sent patrons to private clubs to smoke. But nothing has challenged the bar’s business as much as the current COVID crisis, which shut down the Columbine for six months. When it reopened, it was allowed to operate at 25 percent capacity—just 12 persons… Read more…

Holidaily Brewing Company to Release Adventure Series

March 5, 2021

Brewbound

GOLDEN, Colo. — Holidaily Brewing Company, America’s dedicated gluten-free brewery, announced the launch of their Adventure Series, a new series featuring small-batch experimental beers. This year-round, rotating series with styles launching in March, May, and August features the brewery’s newest innovations in gluten-free brewing… Read more…

Organized Labor at the Coors Brewery

March 5, 2021

By Mark Dodge
Golden History Museum & Park

Labor strife at the Coors Brewery reached its pinnacle in 1977, the year that brought an end to 100 years of organized labor at the brewery. Conflicts between workers and owners over wages and working conditions are nothing new, but the story of Coors’ labor practices and union-busting is largely forgotten outside of labor and academic circles—and those who lived it. Golden History Museum & Park is shining a light on this complicated history and laying the groundwork for future research on this lesser-known side of one of Golden’s most famous employers… Read more…

A VISIT TO FOOTHILLS ART CENTER

March 4, 2021

The Oredigger

Need a break from the pain and stress of school work? Enjoy going to pretty buildings to look at pretty things? I have just the place for you! Located right across from the Engineering Annex is Foothills Art Center, an organization focused on “inspiring and engaging the community through arts, education, and a creative exchange of ideas.” Open to the public Friday through Monday, you can schedule a reservation or have a walk-in visit as long as social distancing guidelines are followed… Read more…

Golden seeking more info about potential impacts of allowing rec marijuana sales

March 3, 2021

By Paul Albani-Burgio
Golden Transcript

Last November, Lakewood’s voters made that city the latest of Golden’s neighbors to greenlight recreational marijuana sales within its own city limits. Now, Golden’s city council is asking its city staff to provide it with more information about how Golden might be impacted if it were to allow such sales… Read more…