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Archive for July 2, 2009

Chamber’s Dana Celebrates One Year

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder July 4 marks Don Dana’s first year as executive director of the Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce, and he believes it’s been a good one. (more…)

Business Matters: Locals Find More Than Just Bait at

Friendship, Humor Available at No Cost By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Although he refers to it as “this goofy little bait shop,” the affection owner and manager Bob Todd holds for Bennett’s Tackle clearly runs deep. Todd’s father, Byron Todd, bought the shop in “ ’68 or something” when he retired from being vice-president of Sears Roebuck and Company. Todd took over the shop after returning from college at the University of Northern Colorado with a degree in agriculture. ... Full Story

Business Briefs: Retro Bistro Open for Lunch

After many requests from patrons, Berthoud’s Retro Bistro has opened its doors for lunch. The all-you-can-eat weekday buffet is $8.95 and features the Bistro’s signature cuisine, including a variety of original, fresh salads, pasta and potato dishes, with an emphasis on healthy and quick. More information online at www.BistroRetro.com. Cheese Plant Meeting The Larimer County Agricultural Advisory Board and the Weld County Extension service are co-hosting an informational meeting regarding ... Full Story

Crazy Like a Fox: Total Body Center Fitness Bootcamp a

By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder The day looked to be another scorcher, but several Berthoud women were toughing it out with an hour-long fitness “boot camp” in Bein Park, despite the heat. Fitness coaches Stephanie McClure and Stevie Klein of the Total Body Center led the group through rope pull sled drag sit-ups, push-ups and ball exercises last week. “We want to help people see their full potential of being healthy,” fitness instructor Klein said. “We integrate nutrition, ... Full Story

Fourth of July Closures

The Town of Berthoud, City of Loveland and Larimer County offices will be closed on Friday, July 3 in observance of Independence Day. Offices will be open on Monday, July 6 with regular hours. Berthoud Community Library will be open Friday, July 3 and closed on Saturday, July 4. Loveland Library will be closed July 3 and 4. The Larimer County Waste Transfer Stations at Wellington, Red Feather Lakes, Berthoud, and Estes Park will be closed July 4. Transit (COLT) will not run July 4, normal ... Full Story

Shoot for the Stars at LTO Golf Open

Berthoud Recorder The Little Thompson Observatory in Berthoud is hosting the LTO Open Golf Tournament on Saturday, July 25 at Twin Peaks Golf Course in Longmont. The format is four-person teams, best ball. The competition starts at 7:30 a.m. (more…)

Town Hires Interim Public Works Director

Effective July 1, Dr. Darell Zimbelman will begin serving as interim Public Works Director for the Town of Berthoud. Zimbelman will be working part-time during the months of July and August. (more…)

Farmers Rally for NISP

**UPDATED JULY 6** By Jamie Folsom Berthoud Recorder EATON — Along with the proposed reservoir at Chimney Hollow, the NCWCD has also been trying to get the Northern Integrated Supply Project off the ground. The project may have profound effects for the region’s farmers, and more than 270 of them gathered Tuesday, June 28 to show their support. State Sen. Kevin Lundberg (R-15) attended the rally to show his strong support for the project. “This is not an issue that can be put off. ... Full Story

Water Sources by Design: Northern Water Projects Look

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder With all of the rain, late afternoon thunderstorms and tornado warnings hitting the Front Range for the past several weeks, it might be difficult to remember that Colorado is actually a semi-arid climate typically receiving no more than 12 to 16 inches of precipitation per year. And while the current economic conditions may have slowed the area’s growth temporarily, eventually the unprecedented boom seen in the late ’90s and (more…)

Wahlert Pleads Guilty to Assault

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder Recent Berthoud High School graduate Brandyn Wahlert, 18, plead guilty to third-degree assault charges filed by the Larimer County district attorney’s office earlier this year. Wahlert appeared before Judge Peter Schoon for June 25 hearing at the Loveland County Court. (more…)

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