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Archive for January 22, 2009

Show Choir Offers "Kids in Red" Camp

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Berthoud High School is holding their third annual Show Choir Camp, “Kids in Red,” for grades third through sixth on Friday, Jan. 23 from 4 to 6 p.m. and Saturday, Jan. 24, from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. in the BHS choir room. (more…)

Governor's Forum Focuses on Labor, Technology and

DENVER - State and national leaders in the field of agriculture, including Gov. Bill Ritter, Commissioner of Agriculture John Stulp, Farm Foundation President Neil Conklin and Abner Womack of the Food and Agricultural Policy Research Institute, will speak at the annual Governor's Forum on Colorado Agriculture on Thursday, Feb. 19, at the Renaissance Denver Hotel. The forum, themed "Learning from our Past, Cultivating our Future," will kick off at 8 a.m. with opening remarks from Commissioner ... Full Story

Peanut Butter Safety in Girl Scout Cookies

The peanut butter used in all Little Brownie Bakers Girl Scout cookie products is not sourced from the supplier involved in the current peanut butter recall. FDA and other regulatory agencies have indicated that Peaanut Corporation of America (PCA) is the focus of their investigation concerning a recent Salmonella outbreak thought to be caused by tainted peanut butter. PCA does not supply peanut butter used in the Company’s Tagalongs or Do-si-dos branded Girl Scout cookies. Food safety is of ... Full Story

Peanut Butter Products Recalled Due to Salmonella

DENVER- State health officials announced Tuesday that Peanut Corporation of America’s original recall of peanut butter due to Salmonella has been expanded and now includes peanut butter products sold to consumers through retail stores as well as food service institutions and restaurants. The recall includes products such as cookies, cakes, crackers and ice cream that may contain peanut butter and peanut butter paste manufactured by Peanut Corporation of America. Peanut butter manufactured and ... Full Story

"Thriving in Difficult Times" — Zoble

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder With a What’s-Your-Problem attitude and plenty of humor and savvy, marketing guru Adrienne Zoble lit up the Chamber luncheon Thursday. Addressing a packed room of Berthoud area business leaders, Zoble alternatively asked tough questions of the audience and spelled out winning strategies based on her years of experience and cold-hard data. (more…)

Library Event Features Local Musican, Puppet Theater

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder With an appreciative audience gathered around him, Berthoud musician Branden Sipes performed his original works during an afternoon celebration at the Berthoud Public Library Saturday, Jan. 17. The 25-year-old guitarist, singer and songwriter is a Berthoud native who began playing music while in middle school. (more…)

Ooooohhhs and Aaaahhhs …. 3-D at the LTO

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder They looked like a field of big-eyed black bugs caught in headlights. A crowd of 80 spanned the seats of the Berthoud High School auditorium Friday night, donning the latest in polarized 3-D eyeware to view Bryan White’s multimedia presentation of the Aurora Borealis. White pioneered a photo-imaging technique, which combines 3-D and astro-photography, featured in his soon-to-be released second book, “Prelude Lake.” White has spent months traveling to ... Full Story

Bent's Fort Living History Program

Living History presenter John Luzader shows Caitlin Lapoehn the types of money accepted at Bents Fort in the 1840’s. Playing the roll of John Wyatt, head trader at the fort, Luzader told the audience that only hard currency would be accepted for purchases. The coinage was one of many aspects of frontier trading that was presented at last week’s Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum program. (more…)

Habitat for Humanity Plans Include New Thrift Store

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder A new building for the Berthoud Habitat for Humanity Thrift Store is among this year’s plans for the organization, said President Rick Haskins. A while ago, Berthoud Habitat directors decided the present thrift store building on Massachusetts Avenue wasn’t large enough, and bought property on Second Street to construct a more spacious facility, Haskins added. As general manager for the project, Mayor Tom Patterson is going to focus on completing the ... Full Story

New Home for TVEMS Ambulance

By Gary Wamsley Berthoud Recorder This ambulance has a new home in Berthoud. The Thompson Valley Emergency Medical Service (TVEMS) shared facilities at Berthoud Fire Station #1 until last summer. (more…)

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