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View From the Sidelines: Munoz, Major Would Top

By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder The Denver Nuggets, without a first-round pick, and the Colorado Avalanche, with the third overall selection, wasted little time in making some noise when the opportunity arose in their respective league drafts last week. The Nuggets, coming off an exhilarating playoff run that sent Denver’s National Basketball Association team to the Western Conference Finals for the first time in 24 years, made a trade with the point-guard draft-happy Minnesota ... Full Story

Sports Schedule, July 2-8

THURSDAY, JULY 2 Northern Colorado baseball, C-Team: Berthoud @ Poudre, 5:30 p.m. SUNDAY, JULY 5-TUESDAY, JULY 7 Northern Colorado baseball, varsity: Super Regionals, TBA MONDAY, JULY 6 Northern Colorado baseball, C-Team: Berthoud @ Thompson Valley, 3:30 p.m., doubleheader TUESDAY, JULY 7 Northern Colorado baseball, junior varsity: Berthoud @ Frederick, 3:30 p.m., doubleheader WEDNESDAY, JULY 8 Northern Colorado baseball, junior varsity: Frederick @ Berthoud, 5:30 ... Full Story

Resolution No: 12-09

RESOLUTION NO: 12-09   A RESOLUTION FINDING AN ANNEXATION PETITION SUBMITTED BY SMILIN’ II LLC TO ANNEX APPROXIMATELY 304.064 ACRES SUBSTANTIALLY COMPLIES WITH THE REQUIREMENTS OF SECTION 31-12-107(1), C.R. S. AND SETTING A PUBLIC HEARING ON THE PETITION TO CONSIDER ANNEXATION OF THE PROPERTY.   WHEREAS, C.R. S. § 31-12-101 et seq., the Municipal Annexation Act of 1965 ("the Act") provides that a municipality may accept petitions for annexation of property upon finding ... Full Story

Avery Gets the Nod as New Berthoud AD

Moves Over From Greeley Central By Michael Hicks Berthoud Recorder Greeley Central Interim Athletic Director Mark Avery was named Wednesday morning to replace newly retired Rusty Mathena as Berthoud High School’s athletic director. (more…)

Colorado’s Natural Fireworks—Volcanoes

By Doug Nichols Berthoud Recorder Recently, fireworks have been heard around town, but they were nothing compared with Colorado’s natural fireworks -- volcanoes. Volcanoes in Colorado? Yes! Well, not recently, but definitely in the geological past. The most recent volcanic eruption in Colorado took place about 4,200 years ago near the present day town of Dotsero, by the confluence of the Colorado and Eagle Rivers, in the north-central part of the state. Interstate 70 cuts across the ... Full Story

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