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The Town of Golden is welcoming Sheelagh England as the new Water…
Well this has been my first week as the only reporter and…
Rocky Mountain Buffalo Ranch is open for business. Everyday from 10 a.m.…
The Warped 45s will be coming back to town on June 11 to play at the Rockwater.
As you all know from Nadine’s editorial last week, this will be her last issue of The Golden Star.
A band that’s from out of this world will be hitting the stage at Rockwater on May 20th. The AC/DC tribute band BC/DC will be coming to Golden Friday.
While thinking about a topic for my editorial, I thought about pretty much everything. I came close to giving up when I suddenly remembered one of my classes in school last year. The class was Introduction to Communications and the teacher was one who thought outside the box. She often brought real world experiences into the class and showed us people from all walks of life.
A Golden College of the Rockies graduate is living out his dream in South America. Greg Snell, a graduate of the Adventure Tourism business Operations (ATBO) Program is currently based in Buenos Aires, Argentina although he does not stay there long.
The Rockwater Grill & Bar will be hosting some Canadian talent on…
Angus Stuart will be performing the Gospel of Mark at the St Andrews United Church and Centre for Peace on May 11 at 7 p.m. Stuart will be performing “Testament of a Naked Man”, a dramatization of the life and death of Jesus Christ. Tickets can be purchased in advance for $10 and only remaining tickets will be sold at the door, all proceeds will be donated to Reverend Emilie Smith and the Peace House in Guatemala.
If you are looking for a quick fix to change the mood of your house, Wendell Johnston may have the answer.
Tim Hus will be at the Mad Trapper on April 28 at 8:30 p.m. where he will be helping with Little Mittens Animal Rescue Association, a local fundraiser dedicated to putting a stop to the feral cat problem in Golden. Tickets for the event will be $10 and can be purchased at the door.
Makayla Beam from the Kicking Horse Gymnastics Team has had great success this year placing fifth overall in provincials. Beam, 16, qualified for provincials by being one of the top six girls, score-wise, in our zone.