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Berthoud Police Beat, September 2010

Berthoud Police Beat, September 2010

Police Beat September 1 to 30 Wednesday, Sept. 1 A Mazda Miata was reported stolen from the 700 block of Eighth Street. The vehicle was found in California the following weekend with the front end damaged from a motor vehicle accident. Staff at Ivy Stockwell Elementary requested a School Resource Officer to assist in a juvenile problem at the school. Police responded to an ongoing juvenile problem at the high school. Baby squirrels in the yard in the 200 block of Second Street prompted a call ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Sept. 30, What bright star flashes

EarthSky Tonight—Sept. 30, What bright star flashes red and green in northeast?

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Every year in late September and early October, we get questions from people who see a bright star twinkling with red and green flashes, low in the northeastern sky. Capella is a golden star when seen higher up in the sky. If you could travel to it in space, you’d find that it’s actually two golden stars, both with roughly the same surface temperature as our local star, the sun . . . but both larger and brighter than the ... Full Story

Magical Thinking

Magical Thinking

Dear Friends and Neighbors: Let me ask you a question. I want you to make a choice. Gas can cost either $2.50 a gallon or $4.75 a gallon. In order to have gas cost the lower amount, it costs 5601 American military deaths in the Middle East, and 39,991 wounded. Are you willing to pay this fee for lower gas costs? Did any of your elected officials ever ask you the question in this way? Let me ask you another question. You can have the government services that you are accustomed to. These include ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—September 27, Summer Triangle high

EarthSky Tonight—September 27,  Summer Triangle high overhead on autumn evenings

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Even as autumn is beginning, we still have several months to watch the large asterism known as the Summer Triangle. This huge star pattern looms from south to overhead in the autumn evening sky. The Summer Triangle consists of three bright stars in three separate constellations. The stars are Vega in the constellation Lyra, Deneb in the constellation Cygnus, and Altair in the constellation Aquila. Today’s chart has you looking ... Full Story

Obituary: Alma Wilson

Obituary: Alma Wilson

Alma Wilson, 84, of Berthoud, died September 23, 2010 at Loveland Good Samaritan Health Care Center. She was born April 11, 1926 in Berthoud, Colorado to Peter and Margaret (Deines) Ostermiller. She graduated high school in Johnstown, Colorado On June 27, 1948, she married Cleon Wilson in Berthoud, where they continued to live and farm. Alma worked as a homemaker and helped on the farm as needed. She was a member of the Campion Seventh Day Adventist Church, where she served as a Deaconess and ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Sept 26, The first point of Aries

EarthSky Tonight—Sept 26, The first point of Aries marks March equinox point

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org In ancient times, the March equinox sun shone in front of the rather small constellation Aries the Ram. You can find this constellation ascending in the east around 9 to 10 p.m. tonight, the Ram’s starlit bust perhaps faintly visible to the upper right of the waning gibbous moon. Be forewarned. Aries is not conspicuous, especially in the moonlit glare. Tomorrow night, at this time, a smaller waning gibbous moon will shine right ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—September 25, Look for daytime moon

EarthSky Tonight—September 25, Look for daytime moon after sunrise September 25-28

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Sylvia wrote, “When is the best time to see the moon in the sky during daylight hours?” Sylvia, it is easier to see a daytime moon when the moon is fairly far from the sun in the sky. When would that be? It would be around the time of full moon each month. A full moon is always 180 degrees from the sun, on the opposite side of the sky’s dome. Full moon was September 23. Generally, the full moon sets around sunrise. ... Full Story

Charges filed in The Reservoir Road Fire

Charges filed in The Reservoir Road Fire

Larry R. Abrahamson District Attorney Larimer & Jackson Counties   On September 14, 2010, the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office submitted to the Eighth Judicial District Attorney’s Office the results of their investigation of the Reservoir Road Fire near Loveland, Colorado. A thorough review of the facts, circumstances surrounding the Reservoir Fire and applicable state law was conducted. On September 24, 2010, the District Attorney’s Office charged Joel Ledermann with fourth degree ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—September 24, Harvest moon, Jupiter

EarthSky Tonight—September 24, Harvest moon, Jupiter still out dusk to dawn

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org If you live at mid or far northern latitudes, the Harvest Moon and the blazing planet Jupiter will shine from dusk until dawn for yet another night. That is in spite of the fact that the full moon has already passed. (See our September 22 program.) The legendary Full Harvest Moon is famous for ushering in the year’s longest procession of moonlit nights. Why does the Full Harvest Moon in particular – the full moon closest to ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight-Sept 23 Harvest Moon, Jupiter,

EarthSky Tonight-Sept 23 Harvest Moon, Jupiter, equinox

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org The Harvest Moon and the blazing planet Jupiter shine all night long tonight to commemorate the first full night of the autumn season. By common practice, we use the September equinox to mark the start of autumn, and call the closest full moon to the autumnal equinox the Full Harvest Moon. In 2010, the Harvest Moon comes only 6 hours after the September equinox. If you live in the southern hemisphere, the September equinox ... Full Story

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