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Archive for January, 2010

League of Women Voters to Discuss Sustainability

The League of Women Voters of Larimer County will hold a meeting to share ideas on sustainability on Feb. 8, at 9:30 - 11:30 a.m. and at 7 - 9 p.m. The meetings will be held at the Foothills Unitarian Church located at 1815 Yorktown Ave. in Fort Collins, just off Drake Road. The public is invited to attend. The League will discuss a definition of sustainability that will include balancing the environment with economic and social needs. It is recognized that current decisions of public policy ... Full Story

Citizens First 2010 Organizational meeting

Citizens First is holding an organizational meeting at the Jumping Bean Coffee Shop and Restaurant this evening, Jan. 28, at 6 p.m. Everyone is invited to come and learn about Citizens First. The planned agenda: Citizens First 2010 Organizational meeting   Welcome Restate Citizens First mission and areas of Interest Define the differences between Citizens First and Berthoud Town Forum Importance of attending Town meetings Announce Board vacancies 2009 ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight – January 28, 2010: Does Mars

Earthsky Tonight – January 28, 2010: Does Mars ever appear as large as the full moon?

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Tonight, the planet Mars will be at at its biggest and brightest until the year 2014. Does that mean that Mars will be as large as the moon tonight? Check it out for yourself. This evening, look to the lower left of tonight’s almost-full waxing gibbous moon for a ruddy-colored “star.” That “star” is actually Mars, the 4th planet outward from the sun, shining most brightly in Earth’s sky for ... Full Story

Lady Spartans route Fort Morgan 54 — 18

Lady Spartans route Fort Morgan 54 — 18

Of course Berthoud was expected to win this game. The poor Lady Mustangs haven’t won a game since they defeated Frederick on Dec. 11. Their record now stands at 1-14-0 and Berthoud is now 10-5-0. Those girls will probably be glad when the season is over. The stats show that it was all over in the first half with Berthoud leading 26 to 4. The game was close in the first quarter. Low scoring, but close. After that the Mustangs were done for as Berthoud scored more points in the second quarter ... Full Story

Berthoud Boys 65—Fort Morgan 44

Berthoud Boys 65—Fort Morgan 44

The Spartans and the Fort Morgan Mustangs have similar records this year but you would not have know that from the first half of tonight’s game. The Spartans did not give the few Mustang fans that made the trip much to cheer about. Berthoud took the ball from the tip and Greg Hutchins made the first basket and Fort Morgan quickly evened the score. Maly put the Spartans ahead again and the Mustangs came back to tie 4-4, but that was all the scoring they would do for a while. The Berthoud ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight – January 27, 2010 Mars comes

Earthsky Tonight – January 27, 2010 Mars comes closest to Earth

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Today, the planet Mars comes closest to Earth for all of this year. Mars is at its best about every two Earth years, and now is the time. In fact, this planet is now shining at its brilliant best for several years to come. Tonight’s close encounter between the Earth and Mars will be the closest until the year 2014. Because it’s close, Mars is also particularly bright in Earth’s sky right now. ... Full Story

Turner Lady Dragons face Estes Park Bobcats

Turner Lady Dragons face Estes Park Bobcats

8th Grade Varsity winning 33-18 The 8th Grade Junior Varsity winning 27 to 14 7th Grade Varsity won winning 22 to 8 The 7th Grade Junior Varsity losing 9 to 24. The 8th Grade varsity game started off with the two teams playing evenly . The Lady Dragons scored first but the Cats came back and took the lead with two goals. Lia Musslewhite evened the score and it was a tie ballgame 6-6 when the first quarter ended. Turner took a 10 to 6 lead halfway through the ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight – January 26, 2010

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org As seen from Earth, the planet Mercury – the solar system’s innermost planet – appears to be closely tethered to the sun. But tomorrow morning, Mercury will swing to the end of its tether – the outermost point of its orbit. Astronomers call this event Mercury’s greatest western elongation. Therefore, Mercury will appear in the early dawn sky before sunrise for the next week or so. However, it’ll still ... Full Story

Berthoud Wrestling Club advances 16 to Championships

Berthoud Wrestling Club advances 16 to Championships

Berthoud Wrestling Club Results Metro Junior League Regionals January 23, 2010 Wrestler Name Wt Age ... Full Story

Spartan wrestlers get high marks at JFK Tournament

Spartan wrestlers get high marks at JFK Tournament

By Denise Schump The Berthoud Spartans took second place in the 25th annual JFK wrestling tournament in Denver on Saturday. Fifteen 4A and 5A teams took part in the competition with Berthoud coming out just 10 points behind their league rival, the Frederick Warriors. Eight Berthoud grapplers placed in the meet with three Spartans, Robbie Workman (130), Corey Ellis (160), and Casey Couch (189), taking home championship medals. Junior Robby Workman started off the day with a quick pin in 47 ... Full Story

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