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Archive for October, 2009

League of Women Voters Hosts Juvenile Justice

The civil liberties team of the League of Women Voters will present a discussion on juvenile justice in the community Monday, Oct. 12, from 7 to 9 p.m. in The Coloradoan meeting room, 1300 Riverside Ave., Fort Collins. (more…)

Town Welcomes Paquette

Routt County resident, New York City yoga instructor and now Berthoud Town Billing Clerk. Holly Paquette’s resume is interesting to say the least. She started her new position on Monday and says she’s very busy already. (more…)

Fall Plant Sale Saturday

The Jennie McCarty Heirloom Garden Group is having a fall plant sale on Saturday, Oct. 3 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the front yard of the McCarty-Fickel Home at 645 Seventh St., Berthoud. (more…)

Rural Properties Session on Oct. 22

“Getting to Know Rural Properties,” a continuing education opportunity for Realtors and Real Estate Appraisers will be held on Oct. 22, from 8 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., at the Southwest Weld County Services Complex. Topics will include living on the land, water and your right to use it, mineral/gas/petroleum rights, livestock zoning and weed disclosures. Registration fee is $100. (more…)

Calling Town Citizens to Action

Civic Group Presents Agenda at 1st Meeting By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder More than 50 residents came to the first meeting of Citizens First, held at the Berthoud Library Tuesday, Sept. 29. Leaders of the civic association presented a list of key items, including water quality, the upcoming vote on an Aims Community College tax district and an Xcel Energy franchise agreement under consideration. While speaking to those gathered in the packed meeting room, organizer Dorian Ryan said the ... Full Story

Planner: Conveyance Plat a ‘Win-Win’

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder Town Planner Tim Katers said implementing a conveyance plat process would be a “win-win” move for all concerned, while speaking to the Planning and Zoning Commission at the Sept. 24 meeting. (more…)

Utility Board Questions Xcel Franchise Benefits

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder “I think we’re kind of walking around here in the dark,” said Utility Advisory Board member Eric Moe during a discussion of a possible franchise agreement between the Town and Xcel Energy at the Board’s Sept. 23 meeting. (more…)

Berthoud Area Schools Taking Flu Precautions

By Jamie Folsom and Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder      The Thompson School District is reporting single digit increases in the absentee rates overall, with Berthoud High School running at 7 to 9 percent as of Friday, Sept. 25. (more…)

Berthoud Man Arrested in Child Sex Assault

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder A Berthoud man was arrested on multiple felony and misdemeanor counts of sexual assault on several children. Brad Harlan Boda, 38, was arrested at his parent’s home in Greeley by Greeley Police officers on Wednesday, Sept. 23 following an investigation conducted by Longmont Police detective Sandie Jones of the Person’s Crimes Unit. (more…)

Berthoud BASH Technology a Hit in Schools

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Sixth-grade math teacher Dave Hunn stands before a large illuminated white board. With a tap of a stylus, about the size of a small pen, a virtual ruler appears. With that stylus, Hunn can move or rotate the ruler, measuring a geometric object that magically appears with another tap. The eyes of the students are riveted to the board and the typically restless group of adolescents appears fully engaged in the lesson. (more…)

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