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Archive for January 8, 2009

Police Beat: Jan. 8, 2009

Monday, Dec. 29 A Berthoud woman reported that her ex-boyfriend apparently posted photos of her on a Web site, along with her phone number, and now she is receiving lewd, harassing text messages and photos from people she doesn’t know. The report says that police took necessary action. A woman in the 1000 block of Welch Ave. found a man in her garage. He told her he was at the wrong house and walked off. She wisely went inside and locked the door before calling police and her niece. Everybody ... Full Story

Fire Beat: Jan. 8, 2009

Incident Activity for Dec. 29-Jan. 4 Monday, Dec. 29, 2008 BFPD responded to the area of N. 83rd St. and Yellowstone Road for a mutual aid request from Hygiene Fire District for a fast moving grass fire. They arrived on scene and worked with Hygiene to extinguish the fire. BFPD responded to a reported power line down in the area of Turner Middle School.  Upon arrival they found a power pole that was leaning from the high winds.  Xcel Energy was notified and responded. BFPD responded ... Full Story

Proudly Preserved: Pollock Family Carries on Carl

By Jenny Anderson Berthoud Recorder A charming little barn exists on the Chris and Dianne Pollock property west of Berthoud. It has only seen a portion of the long history of the farm. (more…)

Renowned Living History Actor Comes to Berthoud

  The Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum and the Berthoud Historical Society proudly presents Colorado’s premier living history reenactor, John Luzader, as he portrays John Wyatt, head trader of Bents Fort. You will be transported to the 19th century and spellbound by this gifted actor and historian. Travel back with us to an era of long distant travel via Calistoga wagon.  The year is 1846.  The United States is at war.  In the area that is to become Colorado, along ... Full Story

Outdoors Near Your Back Door — Caribou Ranch:

By Deborah Huth Price Berthoud Recorder After the cold temperatures and recent ferocious wind, New Year’s Eve day was sunny and just a little breezy, so I decided to take a winter walk. I had planned to don my snowshoes, but my chosen destination—Caribou Ranch Open Space—had snow-packed trails and patches of open ground, so I wore my winter hiking boots instead. This would be a great place to explore on snowshoes, however, after the next snowfall. Caribou Ranch Open Space is managed by ... Full Story

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