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Archive for July 22, 2010

Earthsky Tonight—July 23, Jupiter appears to stop,

Earthsky Tonight—July 23, Jupiter appears to stop, then change direction

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Jupiter may be a giant planet, but compared to Earth it moves like an oxcart in the race around the sun. The Earth’s average speed is about 67,000 miles an hour, while Jupiter lumbers along at less than half that speed, or about 29,000 miles an hour. Because of its faster speed and shorter distance to go around its orbit, our Earth laps Jupiter about once every 13 months. It is a lot like a fast racecar in the inner track ... Full Story

The 2nd annual “Palisade Peaches”

The 2nd annual “Palisade Peaches” Fund-raiser

Peaches will be delivered to us from Palisade, CO in mid- August.  A large box of peaches costs $45.00 The fund-raiser will be used for a variety of things to help our players get better prepared (equipment, software, etc.).  Please place orders by August 8th. Call Dan McGinn @ 532-2335.  Please leave your name, number where you can be reached, and the number of boxes (of peaches) you would like.  These peaches are fantastic,  delivered to Berthoud, fresh.  Please help our ... Full Story

Larimer Commissioners Administrative Matters July 27

Larimer Commissioners Administrative Matters July 27

Administrative Matters July 27, 2010 9:00 a.m. to 10:50 a.m. Commissioners' Conference Room 200 West Oak Street, Fort Collins Please Note: Scheduled Times are Subject to Change! * Please Note: If There is No Public Comment, Administrative Matters will Begin at 9:00 a.m. Agenda Public Comment 9:00-9:05 a.m. Approval of Minutes for the Week of July 19. 9:05-9:08 a.m. Review of the Schedule for the Week of August 2. 9:08-9:11 ... Full Story

Help Berthoud history come alive by volunteering

Help Berthoud history come alive by volunteering

Join the Berthoud Historical Society July 31 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the McCarty Fickel House (645 7th Street, Berthoud) for the Volunteer Fair! Discover the fantastic opportunities available with the Berthoud Historical Society, the McCarty-Fickel House Museum and the Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum! In the past, volunteers have served as tour guides and museum docents, sharing Berthoud history with visitors. Other volunteers have served as catalogers and researchers, event ... Full Story

Grand Prize of $5,000 Added for Top Pie in 2010

Grand Prize of $5,000 Added for Top Pie in 2010

Pie Baking Championship Rewards Pie Lovers at Colorado State Fair New Grand Prize of $5,000 Added for Top Pie in 2010 PUEBLO, Colo. – Pillsbury® is calling all pie lovers to enter a pie at the 2010 Colorado State Fair Pie Baking Championship. Kitchen creativity and passion for pie could earn participants a shot at a $5,000 national grand from the makers of Pillsbury Pie Crusts! To enter the 2010 contest, sign up with the Colorado State Fair and deliver any dessert pie using ... Full Story

Berthoud Police investigate apparent suicide

Berthoud Police investigate apparent suicide

The call came in as an animal noise complaint just before 8 a.m. The caller complained that a dog at 506 Welch Avenue had been howling and barking since 3:30 a.m. Officer Vasquez responded to the call and soon called dispatch requesting an ambulance and the assistance of Chief Glen Johnson. Shortly after arriving at the apartment on Welch, Chief Johnson called for the coroner. The victim is a black male (Puerto Rican) who had been living in the apartment and operating a ... Full Story

Rocky Mountain Football Schedule

Rocky Mountain Football Schedule

Rocky Mountain college and pro team schedule

The Sheriff talks Budget

The Sheriff talks Budget

Budget 101 There are tough times ahead for Larimer County government in terms of financing all of the mandated services the county must perform and the non-mandated services that enhance the quality of life that the citizens have come to expect. With the shrinking property taxes that support most of county government, and the decline in sales tax that funds much of the jail and some other county services, the county is having to tighten its belt even further. The county departments and ... Full Story

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