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Sports Briefs: Holst 8th at Junior Olympic Meet

Bailie Holst placed eighth in the all-around at the Region 3, Level 8 Junior Olympic Regional Gymnastic Championships in Norman, Okla., on April 25-26. The Berthoud gymnast was one of 100 Level 8 competitors to qualify for the meet from Colorado. The regional competition consisted of 350 gymnasts from seven states — Arkansas, Colorado, Kansas, Oklahoma, New Mexico, Texas and Wyoming. Holst finished with an all-around score of 37.775 to place eighth in the Junior 3 age division. She also ... Full Story

BYAA Report: Junior Spartans Soar

Berthoud Youth Athletic Association Baseball Results (Week ending May 3) Berthoud Jr. Spartans 14 AA 13, Longmont Lobos 1 Austin Bending and Cameron Parsons combined to throw five innings of one-hit ball while striking out nine for Berthoud. The Jr. Spartans batted around in the third inning, scoring six runs. Tucker Skoric tripled and later scored on a wild pitch. Berthoud Spartans 12 AA 12, Longmont Lynx 1 Ryan Demoudt held Longmont to one run over four innings and Severin Lier pitched an ... Full Story

How Old Are Those Hills?

How Old Are Those Hills? By Doug Nichols Berthoud Recorder “As old as the hills” is what some folks say when they mean that something is very old. But, actually how old are those hills, specifically those lofty peaks of the Colorado Front Range, those mountains just to our west? That is an interesting question, and the answer is not simple. For one thing, the peaks of the Colorado Front Range, including Longs Peak to our west, Mount Evans to the south, and Pikes Peak near ... Full Story

'Poetic Justice' Finale to Berthoud by the

Some time after 7 p.m. on Friday, a murder will take place, and only those who dare to investigate will know whodunnit by the evening’s end. (more…)

Hoops of Hope Fundraiser Postponed

Berthoud Recorder Staff Berthoud High School Athletic Director Rusty Mathena announced today that the Hoops of Hope fundraiser will be postponed to Oct. 17. Mathena said they needed more time to ensure a good turn-out. Related story: Hoops of Hope Inspires Category:  News – Community Category Lead:  Category Primary Featured Story Home Lead:  None Sidebar Block:  0

Flu Now in Colorado; Pork Producers Call for Calm,

No matter what you want to call it, "swine flu" or "H1N1 influenza" is now in Colorado. Local pork producers are working hard to spread the word that their product is safe to eat, but at the same time the Pew Environment Group is calling attention to their study from last year on animal health and living conditions on industrial farms, which warned of just such an outbreak. Bob Martin, senior officer at Pew, says the fast-moving new strain of flu was not a surprise. "It's a little bit ... Full Story

Starry, Starry Night

The Berthoud High School Junior/Senior prom at La Quinta in Loveland was a special night. With the theme “A Night at the Oscars,” the young ladies were dressed in glamorous gowns with shimmering colors. Dancing was the main event, whether as couples or in groups. State News: Affordable a Relative Term for Health Care in Colorado A new report finds many Colorado families who are paying for health insurance have had to give up other essentials to afford the coverage. The study by the ... Full Story

Hoops of Hope Inspires

Free-Throw Marathon Gives Boost to Orphans By Taylor Lee Berthoud Recorder Some people might wonder how such a young person could be so inspired to change the lives of others. Shallyn Fahrenbruch, a sophomore at Berthoud High School, is one of those teenagers wanting to make an impact on someone else’s life. Shallyn decided to get involved with an organization called Hoops of Hope, started by a fifteen-year-old named Austin when he was just nine. Hoops of Hope is the world’s largest ... Full Story

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