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Archive for June 18, 2009

Business Matters: Berthoud Businesses Make Mercury 100

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Not every Berthoud business is suffering during this economic slump. In fact, eight Berthoud-based companies have qualified for the Northern Colorado Business Report’s (NCBR) “Mercury 100” list, an annual ranking of the northern Front Range’s fastest growing privately owned businesses. Companies are ranked based on annual percentage of revenue growth and must be privately held and based in the region. Subsidiaries, divisions and public companies are ... Full Story

Meal Deal: Jo to Go

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder In a rush? No time to brew a pot of coffee or grab a bowl of cereal? Have we got a deal for you and you don’t even have to leave your car. The cheery yellow and purple Jo to Go drive through is located in the Kwik Corner parking lot, on west Highway 56 as you leave Berthoud. Tiffany Thorstensen has owned and managed Jo to Go for seven months, it’s like “déjà vu — Thorstensen owned Jo to Go with her husband Peter from 1996 to 2001. Thorstensen ... Full Story

SBA Urged to Help Colorado Businesses

Berthoud Recorder Staff U.S. Sens. Michael Bennet and Mark Udall, and Congresswoman Betsy Markey have called on the Small Business Administration (SBA) to use newly available incentives from the economic recovery act and the Troubled Asset Relief Program (TARP) to help Colorado lenders extend credit to small businesses affected by the closure of New Frontier Bank. (more…)

County Holds Meetings on Horse Facilities Regs

Larimer County presents two public meetings to update citizens on work on the Horse Business Facilities Regulations Study. (more…)

Berthoud Historic Home Tour Set for June 20

The shady streets of a small town Colorado will serve as the backdrop for the 11th annual Berthoud Historic Home Tour on Saturday, June 20. Four historic dwellings will be featured in this year’s event and can be visited in any order between the hours of 10 a.m. and 4 p.m. on tour day. The homes are located within Berthoud’s historic residential district and will be staffed with friendly and knowledgeable docents. Tickets for the 2-to-3-hour, self-directed tour can be purchased for $12 ... Full Story

Soak Up Summer and Tackle Obesity

Take Advantage of the Season for Your Health's Sake LiveWell Colorado, a nonprofit organization committed to reducing obesity in Colorado by inspiring healthy eating and active living, today released a (more…)

T's on Tour

By Carolynn Wamsley Berthoud Recorder You might have heard some rumbling in the distance last Saturday and it was not thunder. It was the start of (more…)

Shop Sale June 19-20 at Standard Auto

Berthoud Standard Auto Repair is closing and is selling its tools. (more…)

Tornado Too Close for Comfort for Berthoud Family

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder For one local family, the category F1 tornado that damaged Southland Mall and an apartment complex in Aurora on June 7 hit just a little too close to home. (more…)

Berthoud Recreation Center Gets a Major Boost

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder With Berthoud schools out for the summer, many parents are wondering what ever happened to plans for a recreation center in Town. According to Town Administrator Jim White, plans are still in the works even if it will still be several years before a center is ready for use. A donation of $500,000 from the estate of Doyle and Luvesta Jones is to be used for the development of a recreation center with a 10-year time frame. Nearly four years of that timeframe ... Full Story

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