The Colorado Classic has world-class cyclists, big parties and four days to prove it can survive

August 23, 2019

By Jason Blevins

AVON — The best women cyclists in the world are on course. Live racing video is streaming. The host cities are throwing parties. The events are stacked deep. Equity for women is the hottest topic in sports

Now the question is whether Coloradans will line up to support not just the Colorado Classic’s new strategy for pro bike racing in the state, but also the women cyclists fighting for the future of their sport… Read more…

The Biggest Labor Day Weekend Concerts in Colorado

August 23, 2019

Here’s our roundup of some of the bigger concerts and festivals happening in Colorado over Labor Day weekend… Read more…

Golden Software Releases Grapher 15 with New Fit Curve, Axes and Statistical Capabilities

August 23, 2019

Golden, Colorado, 22 August 2019 – Golden Software, a developer of affordable software for data visualization and analysis, has released Version 15 of its Grapher scientific graphing package with new capabilities to improve a user’s ability to model, analyze and interpret data – and communicate the results… Read more…

Jefferson County Works With Faith-Based Organizations To Prevent Violence

August 23, 2019

By Mekialaya White

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Law enforcement officers in Jefferson County are coming together with faith leaders to better equip them for potentially unsafe situations. The Safety in Faith Summit is kicking off its fifth year on Tuesday, as part of an effort led by Jefferson County Sheriff Jeff Shrader… Read more…

Day trip: Golden

August 23, 2019

By Michael J. Casey

Originally founded in 1859 — one year after Boulder was settled — Golden was first a mining camp along Clear Creek, then the capital of the Colorado territory before being ousted by Denver when Colorado became a state in 1876. Now the city is synonymous with the world’s largest single-site brewery, Coors, the Colorado School of Mines, and all the appeal of a mountain town without the drag of a four-hour drive… Read more…

The Colorado Classic is this weekend. Watch it live here

August 23, 2019

By Allison Sylte

This weekend, the best female cyclists in the country and world will be in Colorado, racing a dream route that includes gravel grinding in Steamboat, one of the state’s most notorious climbs and sprints against the backdrop of Denver’s skyline… Read more…

Golden Mainstay Bonfire Burritos Leaving Trailer for Ford Street

August 23, 2019

By Paul Albani-Burgio

Golden mainstay Bonfire Burritos is leaving behind the trailer it has long called home for a brick and mortar location at 2221 Ford Street. 

According to a press release, Bonfire Burrito will relocate from its current trailer on the property of the Native Nursery at 17025 S. Golden Road about a mile down the road to Ford Street in either late September or early October… Read more…

Colorado Classic: One racer is a student at Colorado School of Mines

August 23, 2019

This weekend, the best female cyclists in the country and world will be in Colorado, racing through Steamboat Springs, Avon, Golden and Denver… Watch video…

Colorado School of Mines gunning for another RMAC crown, deeper run in Division II playoffs

August 23, 2019

By Mike Chambers

The Colorado School of Mines football team put up video-game offensive numbers last fall… Read more…

Mines ranked in top 25 among U.S. public universities

August 23, 2019

Colorado School of Mines was ranked 23rd among public colleges in the United States and 20th in the West in the 2019 list of America’s top universities by ForbesRead more…