Council agrees to use fire station as collateral for Coors loans

May 27, 2020

By Paul Albani-Burgio
Golden Transcript

The Golden city council has passed an ordinance allowing the city to modify its agreement with the bank that holds the loans for the Coors office building property it purchased last year so that the Golden Community Center and Golden Fire Station #4 can become the collateral for the loans… Read more…

BGoldN program launches new online gift card marketplace

May 27, 2020

Golden Transcript

The BGoldN program has launched a new online marketplace where Golden residents can purchase gift cards to support Golden businesses that have had to close for some period of time a result of the COVID-19 pandemic… Read more…

Mines professors building app to predict likelihood of catching COVID-19

May 27, 2020

By Paul Albani-Burgio
Golden Transcript

Colorado School of Mines professors have received two National Science Foundation grants for projects related to COVID-19, including one effort to produce a mobile app that could be used to predict how likely someone is to suffer dangerous complications if they get the disease.

Judith Klein-Seetharaman, the director of bioscience and bioengineering at Mines, and Hua Wang, an associate professor of computer science at the school, are teaming up on the effort to develop the computational model that will provide the foundation for the app, which will synthesize patient data to create a model to predict future COVID-19 outcomes… Read more…

Jefferson County Integrated Food Task Forces Launches Public Service Campaign to Address Food Insecurities

May 27, 2020

By Marissa Silverberg
YourHub

As soon as the COVID-19 pandemic began shutting down government, businesses and schools, Jefferson County took quick action and launched the Integrated Food Task Force to address food insecurity for all Jeffco residents…. Read more…

Status of City Services

May 26, 2020

City of Golden

As City facilities and parks begin to reopen under Safer at Home guidelines, we will maintain a list here. Please note that timelines may shift as the situation changes. If you have a question about a service that is not listed here, email us at COVID19@cityofgolden.netRead more…

Colorado restaurants can open limited dine-in service May 27

May 26, 2020

By Ellis Arnold
Golden Transcript

A long-awaited step in Colorado’s relaxation of social distancing requirements arrived Monday, May 25, when Gov. Jared Polis announced that restaurants will be able to open for limited in-person dining starting in two days… Read more…

Colorado School of Mines signs MOU with MSU Denver

May 26, 2020

By Emilie Rusch
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom

Metropolitan State University of Denver and Colorado School of Mines have created a pathway for Roadrunners to become Orediggers. The universities recently signed a five-year Memorandum of Understanding that allows qualifying MSU Denver Advanced Manufacturing Sciences students to transition seamlessly to Mines upon graduation. There, they can earn a Master of Science – Non-­Thesis degree in Advanced Manufacturing. Taking 12 credits per semester at Mines, students can earn their M.S. in as little as one year… Read more…

Career Center prepares Mines graduates, students to enter workforce during global pandemic

May 26, 2020

By Emilie Rusch
Colorado School of Mines Newsroom

Spring semester may be over, but the Mines Career Center isn’t taking a break from its work assisting students and recent graduates navigating employment hurdles put up by the global COVID-19 pandemic… Read more…

Ranking the Top 10 best Colorado-born baseball players in major-league history

May 25, 2020

By Kyle Newman
Denver Post

Colorado isn’t an elite baseball state like California or Texas, where sheer population and year-round warm weather cultivate an endless stream of top draft picks and major-leaguers.

But Colorado has had plenty of outstanding players emerge from its borders, especially for a snow state. Here’s a ranking of The Denver Post’s 10 greatest Colorado baseball players of all time… Read more…

Jeffco Public Schools’ fall reopening plan offers first detailed glimpse at what school could look like in 2020-21

May 25, 2020

By Elizabeth Hernandez
Denver Post

Come fall, Jeffco Public School students may head to their campuses on a scheduled rotation of in-person and remote learning to prevent too many kids and staff members congregating at once. Social distancing would be enforced during recess. Temperature checks and symptom screenings would be required to get in the doors, and masks would be recommended but not mandatory… Read more…