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Earth & Sky: Cassiopeia and Big Dipper

By EarthSky staff Thursday, Jan. 22, 2009 The constellation Cassiopeia the Queen is easy to recognize in the northern sky, either in the evening or before dawn. This constellation is shaped like a W or M and contains five moderately bright stars. The distinctive shape of Cassiopeia makes her very noticeable among the stars of the northern sky. (more…)

Legal Notices – Jan. 22, 2009

PUBLIC NOTICE Colorado Quarry I, LLC; 225 S.W. 42nd St. Unit C Loveland, CO 80537, (970) 567-7388, has filed an application for a Construction Materials Limited Impact (110) Reclamation Permit with the Colorado Mined Land Reclamation Board under provisions of the Colorado Land Reclamation Act for Extraction of Construction Materials. The proposed mine is known as the Meadow Hollow Quarry, and is located at or near Section 27, Township 4, Range 70, West Prime Meridian. The proposed date of ... Full Story

Fire Beat: Jan. 22, 2009

Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Activity for Jan 12-18 Monday, Jan. 12, 2009 BFPD assisted with a medical call at the Berthoud Living Center for seizures. The patient was transported. BFPD was called to investigate a gas odor on Maple Dr. This was coming from the gas fireplace. The crew advised the owners to have their fireplace professionally inspected. BFPD assisted with a medical call for diabetic problems on Sixth St.  Crew assisted patient until TVEMS arrived and took over ... Full Story

Obituary – Margaret Olson

Margaret B. Olson, 91, formerly of Mead, died Jan. 14, 2009 at Life Care Center of Greeley. A memorial service will be held on Monday, Feb. 2, 2009 at 10:30 a.m. at First Evangelical Lutheran Church, 803 Third Ave, Longmont. Cremation will be at Ahlberg Funeral Chapel and Crematory. Memorial Contributions may be made to First Evangelical Lutheran Church and sent to Ahlberg Funeral Chapel, 326 Terry Street Longmont, CO 80501. Visit www.ahlbergfuneralchapel.com to leave condolences for the ... Full Story

Honor Those Who Served

By Gary Wamsley I was very happy to see the honor given to Justin Bauer this week. It is nice to see the change in attitude since Vietnam. Our experiences then were quite different. I alone accompanied my friend Al’s body to Portland, Ore. He had come into Travis AFB and was transferred without ceremony to the San Francisco airport for our flight to Portland. There were no special acknowledgements by the plane’s crew and no welcoming committee when we arrived. I was traveling in uniform and ... Full Story

Guest Editorial: SB 003 Calls for Reinstating Car

Bob Bacon State Senator, District 14 Editor’s note: State requirements for car emission testing are now being debated in the State Senate, and in response, the Berthoud Recorder asked one of the bill’s sponsors to explain the bill’s intent and possible outcomes. The vehicle emissions inspection program proposed by SB 003 will help reduce elevated concentrations of the pollutant ozone. Because high concentrations of ground level ozone are a major public health concern, Rep. Randy Fisher ... Full Story

Ultimate Sacrifice

By Ralph Trenary Berthoud Recorder We’re in the midst of a tragic and heart-rending experience. The loss of a husband, son, friend, classmate and former student is a somber and sobering time. I now join with so many others who have offered their condolences to the family and friends of Justin Bauer. The reality that I am on the other side of fallen soldier scenario has struck pretty hard this week. Almost 25 years ago, I made some small steps towards understanding the harsh realities ... Full Story

Too Close for Comfort

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder I did not know Staff Sgt. Justin Bauer; I never had the pleasure of meeting him. But over the past week, I learned what an exceptional man he was. From a loving and caring husband, to dedicated firefighter and courageous serviceman, Justin Bauer was clearly admired, loved and respected by all those who knew him. It’s clear we have lost not only a valuable member of our community but a fine human being as well. While I may not have known Staff Sgt. Bauer, I was ... Full Story

Lundberg Report: First Day in Office

Editor’s note: On Thursday, Jan.15, Kevin Lundberg was officially sworn-in to the office of State Senator for District 15. At that time, he gave a short speech, outlining his hopes for term that lies ahead of him. “Thank you Mr. Speaker. I have asked for permission to address the House of Representatives because, as I am resigning my office as Representative for House District 49, effective tomorrow at 8:30 a.m., this is my last full day as a member of the House. I am sure most of you know ... Full Story

Letters to the Editor – Jan. 22

Big Thompson River Easements Come One, Come All! Parking is now open directly along and on the banks of the Big Thompson River. The canyon properties being sold by Larimer County have a new requirement for a 14-foot access road with a 10-foot easement along the bank of the river. No restrictions, no supervision, all open to the public. This is being very successfully ramrodded by the fishing clubs. But they don’t have to lobby very hard as many of the members of Parks and Recreation, sitting ... Full Story

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