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Business Matters: High Mountain Classics Restores

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Say the word “Bugatti” to the average person and they may think you are referring to a type of pasta or perhaps a specialty drink at a coffee bar (I’ll take a vente skinny decaf Bugatti, please). But to anyone who knows cars, Bugatti means elegance, precision engineering and speed. Jim Stranberg has been restoring and servicing vintage Bugattis since 1973 and has operated his restoration shop in Berthoud since 1997. Car collectors from all over the ... Full Story

Meal Deal: Hays Market Deli Serves Up Breakfast Lunch

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Hays Market offers quick meals and good deals for breakfast, lunch and dinner, seven days a week. The breakfast burrito, made with egg, potato, cheese and your choice of chorizo sausage, bacon or ham, is easily the most popular item on the menu. (more…)

Roll the Presses: Lehman Printing Center Opens

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder      Lehman Printing Center began its first run of the Longmont Times-Call and the Loveland Reporter-Herald Monday. The plant, located on Second Street in Berthoud, now houses the daily printing for the sister papers and employs 79 people, including some Berthoud residents. (more…)

Business Briefs: Berthoud Bed & Breakfast Changes

The Berthoud Bed and Breakfast announced a name change this week — it is now Berthoud Inn and Events. Their new e-mail address is, and their Web site is now Berthoud Inn and Events is located at 444 First St. in Berthoud, (970) 532-4566 and fax (970) 532-1711. Mark Chaffee is the innkeeper. Dynamic Web Site Dynamic Floral Design has launched its new Web site: Mountain’s Edge Coffee Hits Local Markets Berthoud-based ... Full Story

Ride With the Big Dog: Realities Ride Brings Bikes to

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder Sunday’s forecast is sunny with a chance of bikers, as the eighth annual Realities Ride revs up in northern Colorado. And for the first time, Berthoud will be among the six stops in the charity rally that hopes to raise thousands of dollars for Realities for Children. All the hoopla is to benefit abused and neglected children in Larimer County. This is one of the largest fundraising events for cause-based business networking RFC, which provides the safety ... Full Story

$2 Million Donation Puts Berthoud on the Map

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder Even though husband and wife Doyle and Luvesta Jones passed away in 2005 and 2006, respectively, a $2 million donation to the Town of Berthoud established through the Community Foundation recently made news across the country. (more…)

Vehicle Licensing Fees Increasing

Effective June 1, newly passed legislation will require Colorado motor vehicle owners to pay a late fee on delinquent registrations. This late fee will be assessed at $25 per month up to a maximum of $100. (more…)

County Meets to Discuss 1041 Lands

Public meetings on the proposed 1041 designation of water and sewer transmission pipelines are scheduled for Thursday, May 21 and Thursday, June 4, each meeting from 3 to 4:30 p.m., Carter Lake Meeting Room, 200 W. Oak St., Larimer County Courthouse Offices Building, Fort Collins. State statutes allow local governments to designate certain activities of state interest and require permits for development involving these activities. The following designation is proposed: Sitting and development ... Full Story

Berthoud Day Is on Its Way

The Berthoud Chamber of Commerce would like to remind everyone that it’s not too late to put in an entry for the Berthoud Day parade. Just about anything goes for this year’s parade, scheduled to begin at 11 a.m. on Saturday, June 6. Details on Berthoud Day, parade and vendor registration and sponsorships, visit Category:  News - Community Category Lead:  Category Secondary Featured Story Home Lead:  None Sidebar ... Full Story

Planners Delve into Code Revisions

By Sandy Barnes The Berthoud Recorder The planning and zoning commission discussed proposed changes to the Town development code presented by Director of Planning Tim Katers at the Thursday, May 12 meeting. Katers said the changes being made are designed to clean up the application process for developers and to give them certainty about the requirements. Katers is using the state’s model development code as a basis for revamping the Town’s existing code, portions of which are considered ... Full Story

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