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Lundberg Legislative Report—April 27, 2010

Topics: 1. Senior Homestead Exemption Suspended for Next Two Years 2. My Resolutions Introduced Last Week 3. Joint Select Committee Committee on Child Welfare 4. Governor Signs SB-147 ----------------------------------------------------------- 1. SB-190 passed the Senate last week, eliminating the senior homestead property tax exemption for the next two years. The total additional tax this will result in is over $188,000,000! Ironically it was presented as a spending cut, as it relieves the ... Full Story

Loveland Historical Homes Tour

Rialto Theater Celebrates 90 Years of Entertainment

Rialto Theater Celebrates 90 Years of Entertainment

Press Release On a warm May evening in 1920, Loveland residents waited with breathless anticipation for the grand opening of the Rialto Theater. A true gem for Northern Colorado, newspapers of the time called the Rialto, “the finest theater north of Denver. ” Over the years the theater has been home to Hollywood’s best films, traveling vaudeville troupes, performing artists and Loveland’s own performing arts groups. The historic Rialto Theater is celebrating its 90th Anniversary in 2010 ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight — April 27, April full moon, Saturn

Earthsky Tonight — April 27, April full moon, Saturn and Spica

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Astronomically speaking, the moon turns full tomorrow – on Wednesday, April 28 – at precisely 12:18 Universal Time (7:18 a.m. Central Time). An astronomical full moon occurs at that fleeting instant when the moon stands most directly opposite the sun in Earth’s sky. For general reference, however, we can say that the full moon shines from dusk until dawn tonight. This April full moon is the second full moon of the spring ... Full Story

Nonesuch Theater offers “la-de-da” …

Nonesuch Theater offers “la-de-da” … performing arts for young people

la-de-da ... performing arts for young people, now at Nonesuch Theater will hold musical theater workshops for young people throughout the summer. Young actors from 2nd through 12th grade will spend five hours a day for two weeks working on an original musical with a free performance on the last day on the Nonesuch stage. New this summer, an overnight camp at Pingree Park. Go to for schedule and more information or call 970-224-0444. Email at This ... Full Story

Legal Notice: Town of Berthoud Bills Allowed March

Bills Allowed, March 2010 Bills Allowed, March 2010 in alphabetical order.

Berthoud BOT agenda, April 27

BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING APRIL 27, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. 1.     Call to Order                    Mayor Tom Patterson 2.     Roll Call Mayor Tom Patterson Mayor Pro-Tem David Gregg Trustee Thomas Jones Trustee David Skiles Trustee John Bauer Trustee Jeff Hindman Trustee Dick Shepard 3.     Pledge of Allegiance               Mayor Patterson 4.     Citizen Participation 5.     Reports All matters listed under Item 6, Consent Agenda, ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight — April 26, Moon, Spica and Saturn

Earthsky Tonight — April 26, Moon, Spica and Saturn in Virgo

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Tonight, the almost-full waxing gibbous moon sits close to Spica, the brightest star in the constellation Virgo the Maiden. The star-like point of light above the moon this Monday evening is actually no star at all but Saturn, the 6th planet outward from the sun. Although the moon pairs up with Spica for only a day or two each month, you can always use the Big Dipper to star-hop to Spica after the moon goes down the pike. Once ... Full Story

McKee Medical Center dedicates new Chapel

McKee Medical Center dedicates new Chapel

After years of planning, the McKee Medical Center Chapel was dedicated on April 15. Many of the hospital staff took the opportunity to stop by and see the finished product. Hospital Chaplin Bruce Rippe said he was very actively involved with the process of designing this space. He wanted a place that was spiritual, where people could meditate without the space having an overly religious tone. “What better way to do that than bring in the natural world,” he said. The aspen grove ... Full Story

“Hello Dolly,” the ladies of Loveland come

“Hello Dolly,” the ladies of Loveland come to Berthoud

Virginia Huppe and Fran Robison “I’m not a doll person, I’m a clothes person.” said Fran Robison as she began her presentation to those gathered at the McCarty-Fickel house to hear about the Ladies of Loveland. Robison said she never had doll when she was a girl. Instead, she cut out the models from the Sears and Roebuck catalogue and made dresses for them. She has always liked clothing and when she was blessed with a daughter, she delighted in making her clothes. “Until she ... Full Story

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