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Archive for April 9, 2009

Obituary: Julia G. Hielscher

Julia G. Hielscher of Longmont passed away on March 22, at her home. She was 89. Hielscher was born on Sept. 7, 1919 in Alma, Neb. to Frank LeRoy and Dora Viola (Duree) Gorsuch. She married William A. Hielscher on Aug. 27, 1936, in Fort Morgan, Colo. She was a mother, homemaker and cosmetologist and managed The House of Capri in Denver for 10 years. Hielscher was a lifetime member of the American Legion Auxiliary Unit 32 of Longmont and a charter member of the Women of Moose 1548 ... Full Story

Youth 411: Berthoud BMXers on the Road

By P.J. DiPentino Berthoud Recorder Berthoud’s very own BMX race team, Rocky Mountain Racing, has been busy traveling on the national circuit. (more…)

Police Beat: April 9, 2009

Tuesday, March 31 A vehicle in the 700 block of Massachusetts Avenue was marked as abandoned. Police gave a verbal warning to some juveniles who were using the tennis net at Fickel Park as a trampoline. Wednesday, April 1 A resident of south Ninth Street reported that a thirty-something, bearded male wearing dirty jeans had approached his daughter on the previous day. Police list this as Suspicious Circumstances. Missing baseball equipment at the Bein Park baseball field prompted a ... Full Story

Fire Beat: April 9, 2009

Monday, March 30 BFPD responded to a motor vehicle accident on Highway 287 and First Street. There was minor damage to the vehicle and there were no injuries. BFPD found a single car accident on Interstate 25 at mile marker 253. The vehicle was on its side, there were no injuries. BFPD responded to 42nd Avenue for a smoke investigation. An electrical appliance was producing smoke from the electrical outlet in the wall. It was determined that a qualified electrician was needed for ... Full Story

This Week in History

60 Years Ago From the Files of The Berthoud Bulletin First shipment of young turkeys The first shipment of turkey poults to arrive here is due tomorrow, when some 4,000 of the young birds come to the Berthoud Feed Store farm southwest of town. Berthoud woman in Longmont art show Ione Cronin of Berthoud is exhibiting oil paintings in the Long art exhibit April 8. Berthoud girl in Talent Quest finals Judy Hale, 10, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Hale, won first place Monday night in the ... Full Story

Dodgeball: Sophomores Flex Their Muscles Against

By Taylor Lee Berthoud Recorder Though, here lately at Berthoud High School, the senior class of 2009 has proved that it deserves the title of seniority. But on April 1, the tables were turned at the school’s second annual dodge ball tournament. Equipped with two teams completely made up of seniors, one made up of juniors and two sophomore-based teams, it was proven to be anybody’s game. Starting off the night, the two senior teams — the Blue Ballers and the Dirt Road Thumpers — ... Full Story

Eagles Sweep into CHL Conference Finals

Berthoud Recorder   BOSSIER CITY, La. — There’s a reason Greg Pankewicz is the leader that he is. He proved that fact Monday night and because of that, the Colorado Eagles are moving on to the Northern Conference finals. Pankewicz’s second goal of the night, a power-play tally 2 minutes, 1 second into overtime, lifted the top-seeded Eagles to a 4-3 come-from-behind victory over the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs at the CenturyTel Center. The win clinched a 4-0 series victory, one in ... Full Story

BHS Notebook: Berthoud's Offense Explodes in 5-1

Megan Bonds’ goal one minute after Fort Morgan scored ignited an offensive onslaught for Berthoud as the girls soccer team posted a 5-1 win over the visiting Mustangs on Tuesday night at Max Marr Field. Fort Morgan jumped out to a 1-0 lead in the 5th minute, but Bonds responded with an assist from Miranda Craft, and Berthoud’s offense quickly followed. The Lady Spartans scored three first-half goals, two just three minutes apart by Craft and Hilary Cito, to lead 3-1 at the ... Full Story

Growing Pains Continue on the Berthoud Diamond

By Taylor Lee Berthoud Recorder WINDSOR — Due to an expected snowstorm over the weekend -- one that never truly materialized -- the Berthoud Spartans baseball team moved up their game with Windsor from Saturday to Friday. Playing a day earlier didn’t help much. Though the host Wizards won 8-1, things still played out a little better for the Spartans than their game the previous day, a 10-0 home loss the Mountain View Mountain Lions. Even though the team’s defense was pretty solid in ... Full Story

Cutler, McDaniels Were a Bad Mix for Each Other

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder So, there I was, lining up a putt on the 4th hole at a miniature golf facility Thursday in Grand Junction when my cell phone buzzed. Having ventured over the mountains to visit my wife’s grandparents for a couple of days of rest and relaxation, I found the time to push myself away from the computer, away from the newspapers and away from the television. My nephew in Virginia was calling me with the news. Wouldn’t you know it would happen when I wasn’t ... Full Story

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