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MillerCoors says it is dedicated to sustainability. Last month, the company officially reached its goal of having all of it's major breweries be landfill-free, including the one in Golden. “As … more
MorningStar Wheat Ridge opened its doors to the community on March 10 with a VIP celebration. Located in the Kipling Ridge development, 10100 W. 38th Ave., the 64-suite assisted living and memory care facility cost about $16 million. As of its … more
Brewing Rickoli has a plan to expand operations. “Now, we just have to execute it,” long-time brewer and owner Rick Abitbol said. Abitbol, who has been brewing and serving beer in a cozy location on 44th Avenue and Wadsworth Boulevard, is … more
Goldenites and visitors will soon have a new way to cruise around town when the Golden Bike Library is launched this summer. “Experiencing Golden on a bike is one of the most fun and efficient ways,” said Jenifer Doane, who works in the … more
Lakewood High School senior MacKenzie Forrest, 17, a popular student and college-bound basketball player, died March 13 after sustaining injuries in a single vehicle crash on Interstate 70 near Frisco. more
People camping near Denver's homeless shelters packed up their belongings March 8 before city workers started removing bags, tarps, shopping carts and other items left on sidewalks. The Mile High City is another fast-growing metropolis struggling … more
Design work for the North Washington Avenue project — which will make the northern part of Golden’s main street safer and more accessible for all modes of transportation from walking to biking to driving — is not expected to begin until this … more
A bill that would have eliminated training requirements and permits for concealed carry of firearms was defeated by the House State, Veterans & Military Affairs Committee March 7 by a 5-4 vote. Senate Bill 16-017 was sponsored by state Sen. Tim … more
When Leslie Fox first met her friend and neighbor Brianne Nelson, Fox asked Nelson if she liked to run. At the time, Fox had no idea she was talking to a professional athlete and proceeded to tell Nelson about all the cool trails in and around … more
The success of Wheat Ridge High School’s STEM program last year led to a big question — how could the program continue to grow? The answer came in the school’s art teacher, Andy Yutzy. Together Yutzy and STEM instructor Chuck Sprague … more
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