Archive for December, 2009
ORDINANCE NO. 1113 AN ORDINANCE APPROVING THE ANNEXATION AND ZONING OF LAND TO THE TOWN OF BERTHOUD, COUNTIES OF LARIMER AND WELD, STATE OF COLORADO, TO BE KNOWN AND DESIGNATED AS THE JONES ANNEXATION TO THE TOWN OF BERTHOUD, COLORADO WHEREAS, a Petition for Annexation together with seven copies of a Plat of said land as required by ordinance were filed with the Town of Berthoud by the owners of one hundred percent (100%) of the area of the land hereinafter described; and, WHEREAS, the ... Full Story
DENVER – December 2009 – The Colorado State Patrol and 50 law enforcement agencies, in partnership with the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA), are cracking down on impaired driving throughout the holiday season. LifeGuard is here to help. The new LifeGuard personal breathalyzer from Lifeloc Technologies, Inc. can help you reduce the risks of alcohol abuse this holiday season. Consumers can use LifeGuard to monitor themselves and loved ones in the same way law ... Full Story
Jingle Mingle Progressive Dinner – Thursday Night ! Join “Jingle Mingle,” a progressive dinner, on Thursday, Dec. 17, from 5 – 8 p.m. Enjoy a holiday walk through downtown Berthoud while helping to stimulate our economy during the holiday season. The dinner offerings are as follows: * Appetizers: John Dough’s Pizzeria, 527 4th Street . Christmas dough balls and pizza * Soups & Salad: J.B Clymer’s, 400 Mountain Avenue - Your choice of two prepared soups and tossed green ... Full Story
Larimer County, Colorado - Linda C. Hoffmann will take the lead as Larimer County’s new Planning Division Director January 1, 2010. Hoffmann has served as the County’s Rural Land Use Center (RLUC) Director since June 2008. Under a re-organization of the Planning Division, the Rural Land Use Center will remain in Hoffmann’s prevue as Division Director. As Planning Director, Hoffmann will serve as part of the county Senior Management Team and direct the Planning, Building, and Rural Land ... Full Story
Free child care provided to Jingle Mingle participants. Raising Daisies Day Care Center, 710 Bunyan Avenue will provide free child care for Jingle Mingle diners from 5 p.m. to 8 p. m. and even a little bit later if necessary. The December 19 progressive dinner is being sponsored by the Berthoud Economic Resource Team (BERT) with the assistance of the Berthoud Chamber of Commerce and Citizens First. The little ones will also enjoy free pizza provided by John Dough’s Pizzeria. Over 80 ... Full Story
The Berthoud High School Bridge-Between Choir has a delightful Christmas program based on a story about one of Santa’s elves. The choir has been spreading cheer by entertaining residents of assisted living facilities in the surrounding communities. Their busy holiday schedule also include performances at Schmidt’s Bakery in Loveland Just in case you haven’t had a chance to see the program, it is part of the presentation at Berthoud High Schools Winter Concert this ... Full Story
There is plenty to see when driving around town at night this time of year.
By Gary Wamsley The Berthoud Recorder The Turner Middle School choirs displayed their talents at “Sounds of the Season,” their winter concert, on Tuesday evening. The show opened with the middle school show choir, the Fire Choir, under the direction of Paula Latchaw. The Fire Choir sang “Fire and Rain” and “The Telephone Hour,” with solos by McKenna Hawkins, Ali Berezay, Emmie Wellems and Anna Meira. The sixth-grade choir sang “Painless Opera” and “Operatunities,” with ... Full Story
Photo by Gary Wamsley Students at Berthoud Elementary School collected $563.20 for Christmas in Berthoud. The members of the student council, pictured here, made posters and public announcements for the coin drive, asking students to bring in their spare change for the collection. All those coins added up and in the background, student council advisor Janet Kincaid hands the check to Kim Land of the Christmas in Berthoud Committee.
Flooding from leaking pipes closed the Larimer County Justice Center, 201 LaPorte Ave., Fort Collins, on Wednesday. According to Michael Kirk, Larimer County facilities director, a pipe froze and broke a fitting, causing the system to activate and release water on the first floor Wednesday morning. A service vendor is onsite and cleanup is under way. Officials are targeting a Thursday reopening of the building.