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Originally a gold rush town, Golden Colorado is now known as the home Coors Brewing Company. While it maintains a small town feel, it is home to many government agencies including the National Renewable Energy Laboratory and the National Earthquake Information Center.

Population: 18
Local Newspapers: Golden Transcript
Local Sports Teams: Denver Broncos (NFL) Nuggets (NBA) Colorado Avalanche (NHL) and Rockies (MLB).
Local Colleges: Colorado School of Mines

Zip Codes associated with golden, colorado: 80400 80499
Towns/Cities near golden, colorado : Genesee Lakewood Arvada Wheat Ridge

Golden News
'Lively energy' - Yoga and goats create a therapeutic workout

"I feel something," the Evergreen resident said knowingly, as she turned out of the pose to find herself face to face with a goat. In a traditional yoga studio, this would've been cause for surprise.

Coors's Rare Barmen Pils Has a Slow but Steady Presence in Colorado

Adolph Herman Joseph Coors , who founded Coors Brewing in Golden in 1873, was born in 1847 in the town of Barmen, in what is now northwestern Germany. Twenty years ago, when Adolph's great-grandson, Pete Coors, decided to make a specialty pilsner designed to be poured slowly - very slowly - and with a thick head, in the traditional German style, he named it after the family patriarch's appropriately named hometown.

Long-stalled 470 beltway hits another snag, as FAA says northwest...

The completion of the 470 beltway around Denver, delayed for decades by high costs and a slew of legal challenges, has hit another setback involving how close the proposed toll road would be to runways at Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport. In a July 5 letter, the Federal Aviation Administration tells the airport's acting director that the Jefferson Parkway's preferred alignment north of the airport "would introduce new safety risks that do not exist today" by being inside a runway protection zone, a buffer between the end of two runways and a nearby road.

Colo. mother dies trying to save son from creek

Areal Flood Advisory issued August 13 at 4:56PM MDT expiring August 13 at 6:30PM MDT in effect for: Garfield, Rio Blanco Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued August 13 at 3:01PM MDT expiring August 13 at 11:00PM MDT in effect for: Cheyenne, Kit Carson, Yuma Severe Thunderstorm Watch issued August 13 at 2:43PM MDT expiring August 13 at 11:00PM MDT in effect for: Baca, Bent, Crowley, Kiowa, Las Animas, Otero, Prowers GOLDEN, Colo. A Colorado mother died Sunday after trying to rescue her son from Clear Creek in Golden, authorities said.

Colorado Classic: Stage 3 Denver

A cyclist races under an overpass in Wheat Ridge Saturday, Aug. 12, 2017, during Stage 3 of the the Colorado Classic . The 79.4-mile Stage 3 started and finished in Denver.

Deaths: Aug. 12, 2017

Survivors include three daughters, Shannon Orlandini of Fort Myers Beach, Florida, Joann Christenson, and Crystal Gottschalk, both of Rifle; his mother, Eunice Lickfelt Gottschalk of Manitou Beach, Michigan; two brothers, Edward Gottschalk of Manitou Beach and Eugene Gottschalk of Britton, Michigan; eight grandchildren; and one great-grandchild. Survivors include his wife, Bobbie; two sons, David of Glenwood Springs, and Drew of Rifle; one daughter, Diane Light of Silt; and two grandchildren.

Colorado U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter is reconsidering a re-election bid

U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter, an Arvada Democrat, raises his hands in the air before announcing he's running for governor of Colorado in the 2018 election on Sunday, April 9, 2017, at the Natural Grocers store in Golden. U.S. Rep. Ed Perlmutter may not have "fire in the belly" to run for governor, but he has not ruled out running for re-election to Congress, Colorado Politics has learned.

Knife Rights group thanks lawmakers, celebrates as Colorado lifts ban on switchblades

"Today we celebrate a sharper future in Colorado," said Doug Ritter, chairman of Knife Rights - motto: "A Sharper Future" - at a press conference Wednesday at a knife factory in Golden. Ritter, whose organization is dedicated to repealing bans on switchblades and other automatic knives, was on hand to thank state Sen. Owen Hill, R-Colorado Springs, and state Rep. Steve Lebsock, D-Thornton, for sponsoring legislation that overturned Colorado's ban, in effect since 1963.

Fast, difficult, wet(?) conditions expected for Thursday's Colorado Classic cycling race | Colorado Springs Gazette, News

Allie Dragoo, left, and other riders race around a tight corner Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, during the final stage of the Women's USA Pro Challenge in Golden, Colo. That's how several cyclists described the road course that awaits Thursday in Stage 1 of the inaugural Colorado Classic.

Fast, difficult, wet(?) conditions expected for Thursday's Colorado Classic cycling race

Tayler Wiles races Sunday, Aug. 23, 2015, during the final stage of the Women's USA Pro Challenge in Golden, Colo. That's how several cyclists described the road course that awaits Thursday in Stage 1 of the inaugural Colorado Classic.

Head of Jeffco EDC resigns after seven months

Seven months after he was appointed to the role of president and CEO of the Jeffco Economic Development Corp., Sam Bailey has resigned to join the Metro Denver Economic Development Corp. as vice president of economic development. Formally announced July 26, Bailey's decision to exit the organization after less than a year came as a shock and surprise to the EDC's board of directors and staff.

Jeffco Fair & Festival returns to Jefferson County Fairgrounds

Mason Rapp, 9, shows off his Denver Broncos themed quilt to Heritage Arts division judge, Carolyn Mulligan. Mason worked for about a week making the quilt with his mother.

1 dead after car rolls off Lookout Mountain

GOLDEN, Colo. One person died in a single-vehicle crash Monday afternoon after their vehicle rolled off the side of Lookout Mountain.

Three Jeffco school board members who prevailed in recall election to defend seats

Christopher Yarberry, 5, a Jefferson County School kindergarten students, holds a sing that reads "Respect Teachers," before the school board meeting in Golden, Thursday afternoon, Oct. 2, 2014. The three Jefferson County school board members who prevailed in a hard-fought recall election in 2015 will kick off their re-election campaigns for November's ballot Tuesday in Wheat Ridge.

AT&T's DirecTV Now to stream some CBS networks

CBS Corp said on Monday that AT&T Inc's DirecTV Now will livestream some of its channels including CBS, CBS Sports Network and Showtime. The AT&T logo is seen on a store in Golden, Colorado United States July 25, 2017.

RockyGrass contest winners for 2017

In addition to being known as one of the finest bluegrass festivals west of the Mississippi River, RockyGrass , held each year in Lyons, CO, hosts a prestigious invitational band contest and individual competitions for all the bluegrass instruments. The top three bands take home cash and merchandise prizes, and the winners get a main stage performance slot on the next year's festival.

Colorado School of Mines revamps 45-year-old summer program for a dual-learning experience

Instructor Jason Yu talks with Rafael Figueroa, left, and Nikki Bernuy as they work on a prototype of a tank for rain water collection during the Summer Multicultural Engineering Training at Colorado School of Mines on July 28, 2017, in Golden. Summer Multicultural Engineering Training brings 30 rising high school juniors and seniors from across Colorado to the Mines campus to live, learn and get a feel for college life for two weeks.

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