Rotert Wins RMAC W. Swimming Summit Award

February 12, 2020

By Tim Flynn

COLORADO SPRINGS – Colorado School of Mines sophomore Emily Rotert has earned the RMAC Summit Award in women’s swimming.

Rotert, a native of Sioux Falls, S.D., has a perfect 4.0 GPA majoring in chemical engineering. The award is presented to the student-athlete with the highest cumulative grade-point average (GPA), participating at the finals sites for each of the RMAC’s championships; ties are broken by the number of credits completed… Read more…

Bubble trouble: Molson Coors slapped with lawsuit over hard seltzer name

February 11, 2020

By Will Anderson

Disagreement over a name has sparked a fight in the fast-growing hard seltzer industry.

Future Proof Brands LLC, the Austin-based maker of Brizzy hard seltzer, on Feb. 6 sued Molson Coors Beverage Company and its MillerCoors LLC subsidiary, which is the second-largest beer company in the United States and plans to soon roll out a new hard seltzer called Vizzy… Read more…

Snow day for Golden

February 11, 2020

By Paul Albani-Burgio

Winter made its snowy return to Golden last week as storms at the beginning of the week cancelled meetings and other events… Read more…

Applicants wanted for Golden boards and commissions vacancies!

February 8, 2020

Have you ever considered serving on a Golden board or commission? The City of Golden is currently looking for a few good folks to serve!

We have vacancies on the following boards… Read more…

Open Space could take over fairgrounds

February 7, 2020

By Paul Albani-Burgio

A 4-H staff member’s idea to transfer responsibility for the Jefferson County Fairgrounds from the county general fund to Jefferson County Open Space could be a “very viable possibility” for keeping at least some portions of the fairgrounds running, Jefferson County Manager Don Davis said during a public meeting on Jan. 28… Read more…

Colorado snow totals for Feb. 6-7, 2020

February 7, 2020

By Tynin Fries and Robert Denton

The following Colorado snow totals have been reported by the National Weather Service for Feb. 6-7, 2020, as of 10 a.m. Friday… Read more…

Steady snow closes Jefferson County Schools

February 7, 2020

All Jefferson County Public Schools closed today, Feb. 7, due to a winter storm which is continuing to add inches of snow accumulation across much of the county. 

Golden Family Launches Exclusive Imports of Handcrafted Himalayan Coffees for Consumers, Roasters & Retailers

February 7, 2020

From the land of the world’s highest peaks, through the state with the highest elevation in America, come handcrafted, single-origin specialty coffees whose bright and bold taste is perfect for adventurers, families, professionals, and all coffee lovers: 100% Himalayan coffees by Himalayan Coffee Importers ( in Golden… Read more…

Legacy Collection Inventory Project

February 6, 2020

Eighty-one years ago, Golden History Museum & Park began collecting artifacts, photographs, and archives to document and preserve Golden’s past. Today, the museum houses over 16,000 objects and is the largest, richest collection of Golden history. However, over eight decades of management shifts, location moves, evolving collecting and record-keeping practices, institutional mergers, and technological advancements have resulted in a fractured, incomplete, and difficult-to-search collections database. Today, Museum staff are undertaking a major collection inventory to improve, refine and make publicly accessible the City’s amazing heritage.  Mark Dodge, GHM&P Curator, explains more about this important project… Read more…

Rock Slide In Clear Creek Canyon Leads To Short Highway 6 Closure

February 5, 2020

GOLDEN, Colo. (CBS4) – Rocks came tumbling down Clear Creek Canyon early Wednesday morning. Highway 6 was closed at the mouth of the canyon for a few hours from Highway 58 to Highway 119. It opened just after 8:30 a.m… Read more…