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Archive for February 19, 2009

Legal Notices: Feb. 19, 2009

LGLB2009-9 NOTICE OF ANNUAL STOCKHOLDERS MEETING OF THE HANDY DITCH COMPANY Meeting will be held at the Berthoud Community Center, 248 Welch Ave.; Berthoud, CO on Saturday, February 28, 2009 at 9 a.m. for registration and call to order at 10 a.m. for the purpose of electing board of directors for the ensuing year and to transact any other business that may properly come before the meeting. Brad Johnson, President. If you have any questions, please call Lisa Butler at (970) ... Full Story

The Great Lloydini Presents Magic Workshops

Saturdays, Feb. 21 and Feb. 28, 9 to 10:30 a.m. Morning Glory Lounge at the Lifecare Center in Longmont, 2421 Pratt St.   Cost: $25 per workshop Limited registrations To register call (970) 402-9239 or (970) 532-5411 Open to ages seven years and older If you're interested in learning the secrets of magic, this is your chance. Magic and illusions are enjoyed by everyone, and this is your chance to learn how the pros do it. We teach the history of magic, stage performance skills, ... Full Story

Fire Report: Feb. 19, 2009

Monday, Feb. 9, 2009 BFPD responded to Windermere Road for a reported structure fire. Upon arrival a grass fire was found up against a barn as well as many small fires throughout the surrounding fields east of the residence. Loveland Fire also responded and helped extinguish spot fires east of the area. The source of ignition was determined to be from a 55-gallon drum that had a fire in it, which was extinguished the day before. Due to early morning winds, the barrel blew over scattering a few ... Full Story

Police Beat: Feb. 19, 2009

Thursday, Feb. 12 Police responded to the area of Sixth St. Court and Bunyan Ave. to check on the welfare of a tan Corgie chained up at a residence. The caller said the dog is always chained up at this location and has no shelter or way to get out of the snow. The officer determined that the chain was long enough to allow the animal to get out of the snow and that it was able to go inside at night. A short time later another caller also reported a small Chihuahua running northbound in the ... Full Story

Obituaries: Feb. 19, 2009

Kay A. Carter Kay Adele Carter of Berthoud, passed away at McKee Medical Center Hospice Care Center on Feb. 12, 2009. She was 69 years old.  Born to Chester Ellenberger and Viola Smith Ellenberger in Grand Island, Neb. on Dec. 18, 1939, she grew up in Fort Collins, graduating from Fort Collins High School in 1958. Carter worked as a secretary/paralegal for over 18 years in Berthoud and served on the planning commission for Larimer County. Besides her love for law, she equally loved her ... Full Story

Guest Editorial: The Wayside: An Insider's Look

By PJ DiPentino Special to the Berthoud Recorder In the current state of economic woes, business closures are not uncommon. For me the closing of the Wayside Inn really hit home. I started my relationship with Chef Jeremy and Deb when they first opened the doors. My wife Lexi was on the original team, and I joined the crew about 18 months ago as a prep cook. The excitement of being a part of the Wayside staff and training with Chef was an eye-opening yet gratifying opportunity. I rarely came to ... Full Story

Time to Wake Up and Smell the Change

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder    Taken a drive down Mountain Avenue lately? Berthoud’s tree-lined streets dotted with family-friendly restaurants, unique and interesting shops, and mom-and-pop businesses vital to the survival of any small community, have been replaced by empty store fronts, for sale signs and “space available” notices posted in windows and on sidewalks. I don’t remember seeing this many empty businesses before, but perhaps I just couldn’t see them ... Full Story

Dreaming of Watermelons

By Gary Wamsley Berthoud Recorder Among our Christmas gifts was an electric mattress pad. These heating devices seemed to have replaced the electric blanket as a way of warming the bed when the thermostat is turned down at night and preheating the cold sheets. I thought it frivolous at first, but have come to like it. There were times in my sleeping cycle when I would feel cold, but no longer. I have been sleeping more soundly and later in the morning. There is an exception to this. It has ... Full Story

Campus View: Discovering Joy in the Little Things

By Sarah Kay Hurst Berthoud Recorder I’ve always admired people who can laugh at everyday moments, who make time to appreciate the quirks of daily life. I really enjoyed the interesting lectures and stimulating discussions that arose in my classes this week. But, when I sat down to write about my experiences, I realized I had, perhaps, gotten a little too caught up in all my work. Sometimes I rush through everyday moments in order to catch up on “what’s important,” and don’t stop ... Full Story

Letters to the Editor: Feb. 19, 2009

Resident Poet Speaks to Reader I look forward each week to see what memories and reveries Virginia Mayo summons up with her poems. She provides a gentle quiet moment in the day with her poetry. My mother enjoys my reading them to her and the discussion which entails. We especially enjoyed her "Happy Birthday" poem, which came out the day before my mother's 99th birthday. It felt like it was intended for her as well as Virginia herself. I copied it on my computer (with Virginia's approval) and ... Full Story

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