Archive for February 5, 2010
Like the boys team, the Berthoud girls basketball team did not make much headway against the highly ranked Lady Trojans. The Spartans were held to single digit scoring in each of the first three quarters.
Anyone expecting a repeat of the game against Sterling came away disappointed this evening. If 85th ranked Berthoud could beat eighth ranked Sterling, there was certainly hope they could come out on top of number 14 Longmont. That hope did not last long as the Trojans wasted no time spoiling Berthoud’s Senior recognition night. Berthoud controlled the tip-off, but that turned out to be the high spot of the game. In a preview of what the night would bring, Longmont quickly ... Full Story
Berthoud High sports to move to Class 3A following CHSAA changes By Don Cameron Recorder Online The Berthoud High School sports landscape is changing, with new rivalries and perhaps more realistic championship dreams, thanks to the Colorado High School Activities Association’s conference realignment. At the Jan. 28 CHSAA Board of Control meeting, CHSAA approved Berthoud’s move from the Class 4A Northern Conference to the Class 3A Patriot League. Berthoud has been playing in the Class 3A ... Full Story
Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org If you’ve never seen the planet Mars – or haven’t seen it recently – now is the time to look. This reddish world – the world most like Earth in our solar system – shines more brilliantly this February than it will for the next several years. What’s more, Mars sits right in front of the constellation Cancer the Crab now. It shines only 3 degrees from a beautiful star cluster in the direction of this constellation ... Full Story
Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org The three sparkling blue-white stars of Orion’s Belt are easy to spot. As viewed from this hemisphere, this compact line of stars can be found in the southern sky at nightfall. Look in the south to southwestern sky any evening around now. Chances are the pattern you’ll pick out Orion! You may note that Orion’s two brightest stars – Betelgeuse and Rigel – lodge at an equal distance above and below Orion’s Belt. Rigel ... Full Story
“Cow Dung Dust,” is Rick Padden’s latest play. Padden is the playwright for Berthoud’s newest theater venture, The Moon Theater Company, and will perform a staged reading of his new play at the Berthoud Foursquare Church this Evening. The play is about a group of hitchhikers who get a ride in the back of a cattle truck driving along Route 66. The reading is at 7 p.m., Friday, February 5. The admission charge is $5.
Berthoud, CO - Don Downey, owner of Dean's Furniture, has published "Recruiting for the Lord.” This how-to on Christian evangelism contains personal details of Don's development as a witness, including his miraculous escape from harm during the attack of a violent mob on the American Embassy, Damascus Syria in 1998. "Recruiting For The Lord" is primarily a book about being a witness for Christ Jesus, being a soul winner for the Lord, and building up His spiritual militia. Don mingles the ... Full Story