Colorado snow totals for April 19-20, 2021

April 21, 2021

By Tamara Dunn
Denver Post

The following Colorado snow totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for April 19-20, 2021, as of 5:45 a.m. Tuesday… Read more…

Mines sophomore to present research at Posters on the Hill

April 21, 2021

By Jasmine Leonas
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom

Sadie Jonson, a Mines sophomore majoring in geological engineering, has been selected to present at the 2021 Posters on the Hill, a highly selective event that gives college students the chance to share their research with federal legislators. Only 60 undergraduate researchers from hundreds of applications were chosen to present at this year’s event, being held virtually April 27-28… Read more…

Mines student wins prestigious Goldwater Scholarship

April 21, 2021

By Jasmine Leonas
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom

Ethan Perry, a senior majoring in computer science at Colorado School of Mines, has been awarded a 2021-2022 Goldwater Scholarship, one of the preeminent STEM scholarships for undergraduate students… Read more…

U.S. 6 back open in Clear Creek Canyon after fatality

April 18, 2021

By Jennifer Campbell-Hicks
9News

GOLDEN, Colo. — U.S. 6 has reopened from a long closure Sunday morning between Colorado 58 and Colorado 119 after a woman came from a moving vehicle and died in Clear Creek Canyon, the Colorado State Patrol (CSP) said… Read more…

Fatal traffic incident closes US 6 from Golden to Highway 119

April 18, 2021

Fox 31 News

JEFFERSON COUNTY, Colo. (KDVR) – Authorities closed US 6 from Golden to Highway 119 as Colorado State Patrol (CSP) investigated a fatal traffic incident Sunday morning… Read more…

School of Mines students are floating (and capsizing) cardboard boats on Clear Creek

April 18, 2021

By Makayla Richards
9News

GOLDEN, Colo — With light snow falling in Golden and a 32 degree temperature, the cardboard boat race went forward for Colorado School of Mines engineering students… Read more…

Golden Gives Back to Local Family

April 18, 2021

By Golden High School Student Council
Your Hub

Students from Golden High School (GHS), Bell Middle School, Ralston Elementary, Shelton Elementary, and Fairmount Elementary School are teaming up with Make-A-Wish ColoradoMake-A-Wish Colorado is a non-profit that grants wishes for kids with life threatening illnesses- including the trip of their dreams. This year the Golden Community will be sponsoring 11 year old Ben, who was diagnosed with Burkitt’s lymphoma in January 2020… Read more…

“Restoring Your Mental Health After the Pandemic” at Colorado Women’s Day May 7

April 18, 2021

By Deborah Deal
Your Hub

Has the pandemic taken its toll on you? It’s been going on so long that you may not realize how it’s affected you! Get help at “Restoring Your Mental Health After the Pandemic” with Dr. Annette Cannon, PhD, RN, and Audrey Boxwell, PhD. It’s just one of the great workshops at the 6th Annual Colorado Womens Day on Friday, May 7Read more…

Tom Williams wins NSF CAREER Award to improve robotic communication skills

April 18, 2021

By Emilie Rusch
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom

Tom Williams, assistant professor of computer science at Colorado School of Mines, has received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award for work aimed at improving the ability of robots to communicate in humanlike ways — inspired by how the actual human mind processes information… Read more…

JCPH Issues Local Public Health Order to Lead County Through Recovery

April 16, 2021

Jefferson County Public Health

Jefferson County, Colo. – Jefferson County Public Health (JCPH) today [April 13th] issued a new public health order (PHO 21-001) to help guide the county through the recovery phase of the COVID-19 pandemic and into a full reopening. The order was issued in anticipation of the State of Colorado dissolving Executive Order PHO 20-36 and the Dial 3.0 this week, with counties expected to implement their own tailored strategies to meet their community’s needs. JCPH’s PHO 21-001 is effective at the time the state’s order is rescinded, which is expected on April 16, and is in effect until August 15… Read more…