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Archive for February 26, 2009

New Logo Selected for Chamber of Commerce

High Impact Signs & Graphics of Loveland has been selected for the Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce’s new logo and for the Town of Berthoud new highway signage. The Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce selected High Impact’s logo from the 19 designs submitted at their January board meeting. Executive Director Don Dana explained the Chamber wanted a new design to better reflect their current marketing goals. (more…)

Bullying: Finding Solutions for Berthoud

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder The recent case of Berthoud High School athlete Brandyn Wahlert, who was charged with four counts of third-degree assault — a Class 1 misdemeanor, stemming from a series of alleged hazing incidents — has in many ways polarized students, parents and residents in the community. Some view the incidents as nothing more than “boys being boys” and both the school’s and Berthoud Police Department’s subsequent involvement as examples of overzealous ... Full Story

Teachers To Receive Training for New Math Curriculum

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder Because of their participation in a pilot program, teachers at Ivy Stockwell Elementary School are already familiar with the math curriculum approved for the Thompson School in September 2008. (more…)

Cutting Edge: BHS Annex opens

The ribbon is cut, opening the new Berthoud High School annex, which houses an auxiliary gymnasium and science and math “smart rooms.” At the ceremony is (from left) Jay Earl, Thompson School District bond administrator; Thompson School District Superintendent Ron Cabrera, Marsi Liddell, president of Aims Community College; BHS Principal Leonard Sherman, and Karen Stockley, District Board of Education. Category:  News - School News Image:  News Image:  News ... Full Story

Boys and Girls Club Fundraiser Rousing

Berthoud Recorder Staff                                                                    Berthoud families, friends and politicians supporting their local BMX race team invaded the Boys and Girls Club Pulliam Youth Center for a spaghetti ... Full Story

Community Support Needed for 2009 BHS After Prom

Organizers of the 2009 Berthoud High School After Prom Party are seeking community support in order to insure another successful event for the youth of our community.  The Berthoud High School After Prom Party will take place on Saturday/Sunday, April 25/26, commencing immediately after the dance and running into the wee hours of the morning at Berthoud High School. (more…)

Try the Extreme Challenge of the Extreme Cowboy Race

It’s winter, and you say there’s no place to ride? Test your horsemanship skills and courage at the Extreme Cowboy Race hosted by Craig Cameron, indoors at the Rocky Mountain Horse Expo, March 13 - 15 in Denver. (more…)

Fiber Fun Fest More Than 4-H

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder The Fiber Fun Fest is coming up Feb. 28, and everyone is invited to come and participate in free workshops on all topics fiber – felting, quilting, tatting, knitting, spinning, bobbin lace and even velvet stamping. Many of the workshops include projects for both beginner and intermediate. Larimer County Extension 4-H Director Kathy Wolfe is coordinating the event, and has high hopes for good attendance from the surrounding communities. “It’s for all ages, ... Full Story

Scouting for Food

Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts and Cub Scouts will be collecting canned and non-perishable food this Saturday, Feb. 28 beginning at 9 a.m. Scouts will be going door-to-door in every neighborhood in town, as well as in some rural areas outside of Berthoud. To avoid an early morning knock on your door, the Scouts are asking residents to place food items in bags or boxes and leave them on the porch. Out of town areas of collection will include: Foothills Estates Berthoud Estates Blue Mountain ... Full Story

Town Park at Center of Residential Plan

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder A centrally located park on an elevated portion of the site is a key component of a 338-unit residential subdivision plan, which the Planning and Commission recommended for approval at their Feb. 19 meeting. The Overlook at Dry Creek is planned on 118 acres located on the east side of County Road 17 south of Hillsdale Nature Park. Along with the park, the preliminary development plan presented by Ross Brazil of Plan West, Inc. includes 10- to 12-foot tree ... Full Story

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