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Archive for May, 2010

Kerri Rollins, Larimer County Open Lands Program

Kerri Rollins, Larimer County Open Lands Program Manager

Photo by Charlie Johnson May 27, 2010 Today Larimer County Department of Natural Resources named Kerri Rollins as its Open Lands Program Manager. Rollins has been the interim manager since December, and will combine these duties with her previous duties as the Fund Development and Outreach Specialist. “In these austere economic times, and with capable staff already in house, it just made sense to combine the positions and fill from within, ” said Gary Buffington, ... Full Story

DUI Crackdown Begins Friday

DUI Crackdown Begins Friday

‘100 Days of Heat’ DUI Crackdown Begins Friday Cops Turn Up the Heat on Impaired Drivers Memorial Day Weekend through Labor Day Denver – Drivers beware over the next 100 days. The Colorado State Patrol and law enforcement agencies across the state are beginning an intensive DUI crackdown that starts Memorial Weekend and continues through Labor Day. The goal of the “100 Days of Heat” campaign is to save lives by deterring people from driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol, ... Full Story

BHS Wrestling Team selling mattresses

BHS Wrestling Team selling mattresses

McClanahan, Spicer to marry

McClanahan, Spicer to marry

BERTHOUD, Colo. — Patrick and Tammy McClanahan, Berthoud, Colo., announce the engagement and upcoming marriage of their daughter, Candice McClanahan, to Richard Spicer, both are of Westminster, Colo. Grandparents of the bride-elect are Robert and Melba McClanahan, Bailey, Colo., and Clara Flock, Winfield, and the late Ronald Flock. Parents of the prospective groom are Richard and Laura Spicer, Syracuse, N.Y. His grandparents are Elizabeth Spicer and George and Marian Tremblay, all ... Full Story

Take the bus from Berthoud to Fort Collins, Denver and

Take the bus from Berthoud to Fort Collins, Denver and Boulder

Beginning June 7 the new FLEX bus service will link Berthoud with Fort Collins, Loveland and the Longmont Regional Transportation District’s (RTD) bus connections to downtown Denver and Boulder. During weekday peak commuting hours in the morning and evening, an express route will serve primary stops between Fort Collins and Longmont, including a stop in Berthoud. The first southbound bus is scheduled to stop in Berthoud at Third Street and Mountain Avenue at 5:42 a.m. Three more buses, ... Full Story

Obituary: Don L Ganter, Sr.

Obituary: Don L Ganter, Sr.

Don L. Ganter, Sr. July 28, 1923 – May 25, 2010 Don L. Ganter, Sr. of Berthoud, passed away May 25, 2010 at Longmont United Hospital.  He was 86. Don was born on July 28, 1923 in Sheboygan, Wisconsin to Lawrence and Alice (Verdow) Ganter. Don served in the US Army during WWII from 1942 to 1945 with the 728 Bombardment Squadron of the 482 Bombardment Group. On June 26, 1943 he married Jo Huber in Fort Collins, Colorado.  They moved to Colorado in 1969. Don worked in ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight—May 27: Full moon near the

Earthsky Tonight—May 27: Full moon near the Scorpion’s Heart

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org The moon reaches its full phase tonight, but it rides low above the horizon for mid-northern latitudes. If your southeastern horizon is rather cluttered, you might have to wait 90 minutes after sunset for the brilliant orb to clear any obstacles. Once you have the moon well in sight, look about three lunar diameters (1.5 degrees) below it for a bright star. Tonight the moon pays a visit to Antares, the ruddy heart of the ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight—May 26: Earth shadow, Belt of

Earthsky Tonight—May 26:  Earth shadow, Belt of Venus in east after sunset

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Here’s a lovely photo of the Earth’s shadow, which can be seen any clear evening ascending in the eastern sky at exactly the same rate that the sun sets below the western horizon. The shadow is a deep blue-grey – darker than the blue of the twilight sky. The pinkish part above the shadow is called the Belt of Venus. The shadow of the Earth is big. You might have to turn your head to see the whole thing. ... Full Story

Berthoud Board Study Session, May 18

Berthoud Board Study Session, May 18

By Judy LehnThe Board met for the express purpose of hearing reports from the Advisory Boards and Commissions. First to report was Mark French from the Berthoud Historical Society. He reported that in April, a part-time director (20 hours) was hired. Her name is Tara Secora and she started in January. She is conducting studies on school tours and on Floyd Clymer, who was a nationally-known auto salesman when he was only 11 years old. The museum will soon have a couple of his motorcycles. The ... Full Story

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