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Eagles Suffer Rare Home Sweep

LOVELAND — Mississippi struck for three goals in just over three minutes during the first period and scored a 5-1 victory over the Colorado Eagles on Saturday night at the Budweiser Events Center. The loss was the second in as many nights to the RiverKings, the first time a team had swept back-to-back home games from the Eagles since the end of the 2005-06 regular season. Mississippi won Friday’s game 5-2. Goals 3 minutes, 5 seconds apart by Garret Larson, Adam Smyth and Joe Markusen ... Full Story

Berthoud boys continue tournament struggles

By Taylor Lee Berthoud Recorder A slow start in the first quarter proved to be too much for the Berthoud Spartans’ boys’ basketball team to make a comeback Tuesday night in a 63-53 home loss to the Mountain View Mountain Lions in the consolation bracket of the 4A Northern Conference tournament. (more…)

League of Women Voters Marks 89th Anniversary

The League of Women Voters of Larimer County will mark the 89th anniversary of the founding of the national League of Women Voters this month by celebrating with a tea on Saturday, Feb. 21, 2 to 4 p.m., at the Rangeview Clubhouse, 4550 Larkbunting, Fort Collins. Titled "From Bars to Ballots: Tales of Women's Suffrage," the program will feature Jean Wyrick, a retired English professor from CSU, who will appear in period dress of the early 1900's to share tales of the women who campaigned for ... Full Story

Little Thompson CEO Selection

The Board of Directors for the Little Thompson Water District will hold a special meeting on Thursday, Feb. 19 from 1:30 to 6 p.m. at the second floor board room of the Guaranty Bank, 807 Mountain Ave. in Berthoud. Final interviews for the position of District Manager will be conducted for: Michael Cook, Judy Dahl and Jim Hibbard. Category:  News - Local Category Lead:  None Home Lead:  Home Page Primary Featured Story

Happy Birthday, Mr. Darwin

Happy Birthday, Mr. Darwin By Doug Nichols Berthoud Recorder Feb. 12, 2009, was the 200th anniversary of the birth of Charles Darwin, the English naturalist whose most famous publication, “On the Origin of Species,” revolutionized the sciences of biology and paleontology. It was first published in 1859, so this year is the 150th anniversary of that landmark book. Its full title is “On the Origin of Species by Means of Natural Selection, or the Preservation ... Full Story

What's Going Around?

Respiratory illnesses, bronchiolitis, norovirus… What isn’t going around this year? According to the United Medical Center of Lyons, the most common illnesses going around this year are: Strep throat, bronchitis, and sinus infections. Other sources say that the norovirus has also run rampant on the Front Range. Strep:If you have a fever, difficulty swallowing, lower stomach pain, and red swollen glands (lymph nodes) in the neck, red and enlarged tonsils, white patches on your throat, ... Full Story

Eating Right Means Back-to-Basics

By Janelle Hunt, M.S. A famous saying about eating disorders states, “It’s not what you’re eating. It’s what’s eating you.” This comment speaks to the conventional wisdom that mental health practitioners treat eating disorders by looking at the underlying reasons a patient eats abnormally. (more…)

Are You on the Resolution Bandwagon?

By Judy K. Underwood, Ph.D. 2008 was a year that zapped many of us out of our comfort zones and made us question our regular habits. Now, the New Year’s resolution band is marching into our lives and inviting us to make changes. (more…)

The Mouth-Body Connection

By Richard A. Behler, D.D.S. Lyons Dental We have always known that maintaining oral health is an important part of maintaining our overall health. But recent discoveries are telling us that brushing and flossing our teeth might be more important than we ever imagined. New evidence suggests that there is much more than a casual or implied link between a healthy mouth and a healthy body. It now appears that an unhealthy mouth can directly cause or worsen cardiovascular disease, diabetes, ... Full Story

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…)

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