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Archive for February 12, 2009

Offense Fails Berthoud Girls in 2nd Half of Loss to

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder WINDSOR — Kaitlin Gault scored nine of her game-high 13 points in the fourth quarter and Windsor’s girls’ basketball team sent Berthoud into the consolation bracket of the 4A Northern Conference tournament with a 41-27 first-round victory Thursday night at Windsor High School. (more…)

Popcorn Makers Issue Voluntary Recall

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Trail’s End, the supplier of Scout popcorn, is issuing a voluntary recall of its Caramel Corn with Peanuts as a precaution after the Peanut Corporation of America (PCA) expanded its salmonella related recall to include all peanut ingredient products produced in the Blakely, Georgia facility since January 2007. Trail’s End has received no health related complaints regarding the Caramel Corn with Peanuts and tests for salmonella were conducted by a ... Full Story

Perkins Family Takes Case Against R2J to Highest Court

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Berthoud residents Jeff and Julie Perkins, parents of severely autistic son Luke Perkins, are taking their case against the Thompson School District all the way to the U.S. Supreme Court. (more…)

Salomonson Fire More Than Planned

A controlled ditch burn at the Salomonson farm on Tuesday afternoon burned a little more than planned. After jumping the ditch the fire spread quickly to approximately four acres of dry grass before the Berthoud fire fighters from nearby Station 2 arrived to help extinguish the flames. Category:  News - Local News Image:  News Image:  Category Lead:  Category Primary Featured Story Home Lead:  Home Page Primary Featured Story

Kids Helping Kids at Berthoud Schools

This week students at Berthoud schools are taking part in a Kids Helping Kids campaign to raise funds for families in the community needing support. Sponsored by Berthoud CARES, the funds generated by the effort will be used to provide assistance for children and families faced with short-term crisis situations with needs not met by other public and private agencies. Those who would like to make contributions can find donation canisters at Berthoud and Ivy Stockwell elementary schools and ... Full Story

Giant Scissors at the Ready

BHS Ribbon Cutting Feb. 19 A ribbon cutting for the new addition to Berthoud High is being planned for Thursday, Feb. 19 in conjunction with parent/teacher conferences. (more…)

School Board Reviews Redistricting

School Board Reviews Redistricting, Upcoming Projects By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder Thompson School District directors reviewed requests to solicit bids for a non-potable water interconnection at Turner Middle School and an underground irrigation system at Berthoud High School at the Wednesday, Feb. 4 board meeting. “Berthoud entirely supports non-potable water ,” said Director Karen Stockley. (more…)

Jones Makes Dean's List

Sarah Jones (graduate of Thompson Valley High School) has made the Dean's List at Fort Lewis College in Durango for the third time. She is majoring in cellular molecular biology, with minors in chemistry and Spanish and will graduate this spring. Jones is the daughter of Al and Lisa Jones of Berthoud and Rock and Stacia Fuller of Loveland. Category:  News - School Category Lead:  Category Secondary Featured Story Home Lead:  None

Nominations Open for 2009 Educators of the Year

To honor great educators in the Thompson School District, and in the spirit of celebrating community and education, the Thompson Education Foundation is hosting the 2009 Educators of the Year awards breakfast on April 3, 2009. A first of its kind in the area, this event will be the culmination of nominations for the Educators of the Year from the entire community.         The online nomination process is open to everyone in the community. Nominations begin ... Full Story

Learn 2 Love Benefit

On Saturday, Robin Chew, an employee of Guaranty Bank in Berthoud, organized a craft and home business sale as a fundraiser for House of Neighborly Service. The event, held in the basement of the bank, was titled “Learn 2 Love” and gave visitors the chance to make a custom valentine courtesy of Jen Frein with “Stamp Up.” Those who brought canned goods received a free, 10- minute back massage.  There were custom jewelry, purses, wallets, home décor and skin products for sale, ... Full Story

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