18 new Denver-area restaurants to look forward to in 2021

January 19, 2021

By Josie Sexton
Denver Post

Can’t possibly imagine what surprises 2021 has in store for Denver and Front Range restaurants? Frankly, neither can we. But the future still feels hopeful at least for these 18 spots slated to open throughout the year… Read more…

Seven Upcoming Restaurant Openings Now Through Summer

January 19, 2021

By Mark Antonation

Restaurateurs aren’t going to stop planning, even in the midst of a global pandemic. Out-of-town restaurant companies and local favorites have plenty in store for us in 2021. Here’s a preview of a few that are headed our way… Read more…

New life for former Olinger Woods Chapel on Washington Avenue

January 19, 2021

By Paul Albani-Burgio
Golden Transcript

For over 100 years, the corner of Washington Avenue and 11th Street was an important hub for some of Golden’s most important cultural events — funerals. But starting in 2017, the corner went quiet as the funeral business closed. Last summer, the corner became a construction site… Read more…

Story Time & Craft: Two Little Trains

January 17, 2021

Colorado Railroad Museum

Join Colorado Railroad Museum Storyteller Extraordinaire Evan Weber for Story Time as he reads some of his favorite, train-themed children’s stories online! Read more…

Mashed Potatoes Fuel Courtney Dauwalter’s Ultramarathon Wins

January 17, 2021

By Molly Hurfurd
Runner’s World

Ultrarunner Courtney Dauwalter has a unique approach to nutrition, training, and even gear—she races in a signature style of basketball shorts and a baggy T-shirt—and clearly, it’s working for her… Read more…

Lindsey Horan back with U.S. national team after recovering from COVID-19

January 16, 2021

By Anne M. Peterson
Denver Post

Lindsey Horan says she felt miserable when she caught COVID-19 late last year but she’s grateful it wasn’t worse.

The 26-year-old midfielder was set to accompany the U.S. national team to the Netherlands for their final match of the year when U.S. Soccer announced her diagnosis on Nov. 18… Read more…

Colorado was an early adopter of roundabouts. Now, motorists across the U.S. are driving in circles.

January 15, 2021

By Kevin Simpson
The Colorado Sun

In the late 1990s, the city of Golden considered what then was a foreign concept: The idea of placing roundabouts, the circular traffic control configuration popular in Europe and Australia, along one of its arterials through a commercial center… Read more…

Mountain lion activity reported on popular Front Range mountain in Colorado

January 15, 2021

By Spencer McKee
OutThere Colorado

A Jefferson County Open Space employee took to Twitter to warn the public about recent mountain lion activity in the area of North Table Mountain, near Golden… Read more…

Spread Some Valentine Love to a Senior

January 15, 2021

Golden Senior Santa

Time to start making Your Valentines! Make an extra and drop it off at Windy Saddle Cafe or Launch Espresso . . . to make a Senior smile! See flyer…

City of Golden Police Blotter

January 15, 2021