Insurify’s 2020 Top STEM Cities Awards

November 29, 2020

This award recognizes the top communities in the United States demonstrating exceptional dedication to STEM: Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math. 

This spring, the pandemic brought the importance of innovation in STEM to the forefront of the national conversation. From social distancing and safe reopening measures to personal protective equipment (PPE) and mathematical models projecting case counts over time, it’s clear that developments in science, technology, engineering, and math are foundational to public health and safety… Read more…

The Golden Mill

November 27, 2020

The Golden Mill

Hello, friends and neighbors!

We have been working away here at the Mill, and we’ve reached some happy milestones in our efforts to revitalize the historic Mill building to create a community-focused gathering place for Golden… Read more…

Exciting new map added to GHM&P collection

November 27, 2020

Golden History Museum & Park

Golden History Museum & Park (GHM&P) recently acquired several rare artifacts from the Ben H. Parker Jr. estate in Golden. The Ben H. Parker Student Center at the Colorado School of Mines is named after his father. Notable finds include a signed 1896 second edition imprint of “Prospecting for Gold and Silver in North America” by onetime Colorado School of Mines professor Arthur Lakes, and this stunning “Bird’s Eye View Map of Golden, County Seat of Jefferson County, Colorado, 1882.” Read more…

New outbreak in Jeffco jail as 57 inmates, 13 staff positive

November 27, 2020

Golden Transcript

On Nov. 19, the Jefferson County jail announced that 57 inmates and 13 staff members had recently tested positive for COVID-19… Read more…

School of Mines taking all classes, exams virtual after Thanksgiving break

November 27, 2020

Golden Transcript

There will be no need for Colorado School of Mines students who headed home before Thanksgiving to return to campus until after the school’s winter break.

In a letter sent to students and staff on Oct. 16, Mines leaders announced that all classes and exams for the remainder of the semester would be transitioned to remote learning… Read more…

Fundraiser keeps Golden eatery afloat

November 27, 2020

By Paul Albani-Burgio
Golden Transcript

Over the last nine years, the owners of JC’s Cafe in Golden have worked to create a greasy spoon that is known as much for supporting the community as tasty burgers and the colorful writing on the walls…. Read more…

Jefferson County Coronavirus Outbreaks: Costco, Target

November 25, 2020

By Amber Fisher
Patch

JEFFERSON COUNTY, CO — As Thanksgiving fast approaches and many people flock to grocery stores to grab last-minute meal items, public health officials are reminding shoppers to wash their hands as much as possible and adhere to social distancing guidelines… Read more…

Golden, Colorado Company teams with NASA to Commercialize Key Patented Technology for Life Support in Space

November 25, 2020

By Deborah Deal
IX Power Clean Water

NASA’S Kennedy Space Center today licensed its new patented Ammonia Recovery System to Colorado-based IX Water Treatment , a division of IX  Power Clean Water for commercial development. ‘We are looking forward to bringing this amazing technology from space to terrestrial markets, said John R. (Grizz) Deal, CEO of IX Power Clean Water (aka IX Water)… Read more…

Denver Weather: It Finally Snows! Mile High City Sees First Measurable Snow Since October

November 25, 2020

By Ashton Altieri
Denver Channel 4

DENVER (CBS4) – November is usually Denver’s fourth snowiest month of the year. This year it took until the final week of the month to get the first official measurable snow… Read more…

History in the Baking: Classic Pumpkin Pie

November 25, 2020

By Nathan Richie
Golden History Museum & Park

View the recipe and watch the show…