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Birth: Ozten Wilfinger

Ozten Charles WilfingerOzten Charles Wilfinger was born April 14 at Longmont United Hospital to Morgan and Jeff Wilfinger of Berthoud weighing in at 6 pounds 12 ounces and 20-1/2 inches long. (more…)

Fundraiser for Sgt. Buck Demers

A benefit spaghetti luncheon will be held on Sunday, May 31 from noon to 3 p.m. at the Johnstown Fire Department in support of Sgt. Buck Demers. (more…)

BHS Principal Honored by Department of Army

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Tuesday night at the Junior Reserve Officer Training Corp’s (JROTC) annual award night, retiring Berthoud High School principal Leonard Sherman was honored for his 31 years of service. BHS cadets came forward to present Sherman with two awards, a plaque and an American flag, in recognition of his commitment to the JROTC program and to Berthoud High School. Colonel Gerhardt, Director of the Thompson School District’s JRTOC then asked all cadets present ... Full Story

Fourteen Secrets to Spectacular Tomatoes

By Susan Perry CSU Master Gardener in Larimer County With warm weather arriving, it’s time to start your tomato garden. With the right weather conditions and a little luck, these tips will help you grow a great tomato crop. Here are 14 suggestions for success: Select healthy, VFN resistant plants. VFN stands for Verticillium wilt, Fusarium wilt, and nematodes. Nematodes are not a problem in Colorado, but both wilts are potentially deadly threats to your tomatoes.  When selecting ... Full Story

Gardening Q&A: Pay Attention to Soil Amendments

By Kathy Roth CSU Master Gardener in Larimer County Q: What are my choices for soil amendments and what are their differences? Which one should I use? A: Organic amendments include sphagnum peat moss, wood chips, grass clippings, straw, compost, manure, biosolids, sawdust and wood ash.  Inorganic amendments include vermiculite, perlite, tire chunks, pea gravel and sand. Not all of the above are recommended by CSU; some can cause problems. Wood ash, for example, is high in both pH and ... Full Story

Gardening Tips: Use Rocks for Natural Touch

By Mitzi Davis CSU Extension Master Gardener in Larimer County The nursery trade is looking for alternatives to plastic pots and trays that end up in landfills. More items are becoming available that are made from organic materials like rice hulls, bamboo pulp, sugar cane residue and feather waste from poultry farms. There are also “cow pots” made from composted manure. Nutrients in the pots improve seedling growth and the pots dissolve in the soil about a month after planting. Achieve a ... Full Story

The Mundt-Malchow Barn: Farm Life Filled With Work and

The Berthoud Recorder's Historic Barn Series By Jenny Anderson Berthoud Recorder Prussian-born Frederick Mundt first settled on the Mundt-Malchow farm after purchasing the land in 1904, which he worked until retiring in 1915. When Mundt died in 1931, the farm passed on to his family and was twice sold. Later, Father John C. “Carter” and his wife Essie along with son Howard and daughter-in-law Beatrice Malchow purchased the property in 1952, when they moved with their three surviving ... Full Story

Town of Berthoud – Bills Allowed February 2009

Attached document in pdf format Attachment Size Town of Berthoud � Bills Alloed � February 2009.pdf 106.48 KB

Town of Berthoud – Bills Allowed January 2009

Attached Document Attachment Size Town of Berthoud �¢ï¿½ï¿½ Bills Allowed �¢ï¿½ï¿½ Jan 2009.pdf 108.19 KB

United Medical Centers: Notice of Intent to destroy

NOTICE OF INTENT TO DESTROY MEDICAL RECORDS AT UNITED MEDICAL CENTERS Due to storage limitations for old medical records, United Medical Centers will be purging and destroying medical records for the years up to and including 1998, on patients WHO HAVE NOT BEEN SEEN IN OUR CENTERS SINCE 1998. Records will be purged from United Medical Centers at Lyons and Berthoud. If you would like to have a copy of your 1998 and older records, please call the Medical Record Department at 303.702.5980. You ... Full Story

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