November 2010
S M T W T F S
« Oct   Dec »
 123456
78910111213
14151617181920
21222324252627
282930  
News for Norther Colorado and the world

Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Archive for November, 2010

Berthoud BOT November 16 2010 agenda

Berthoud Football Commemorates 2010 Season

By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High football team finished the 2010 season with a 3-7 record and last place finish in the 3A Northern conference. The disappointing record did not stop the team from celebrating their achievements and honoring the graduating seniors on Wednesday evening. Two seniors were singled out for special recognition. Jesse Lyman was given the Spartan Football Warrior Award and Steven Fiske was recognized with the Jeff Shriver Award. Both awards are ... Full Story

Berthoud Veterans place flags at cemetery

Berthoud Veterans place flags at cemetery

Berthoud Lions Club veterans did not let the weather deter them from putting up flags at the Greenlawn cemetery in honor of Veterans Day. The twice-yearly event (Memorial Day and Veterans Day) has been done for so many years that none of the participants can remember when it started. Curtis Wilson said he may have been in the original group, but couldn’t be sure. He did remember that the flagpoles were purchased, indicating that he may well have participated in the inaugural posting ... Full Story

Star Night at the LTO

Star Night at the LTO

  Public Star Night at the Little Thompson Observatory Friday, November 19, 2010 from 7:00 – 11:00 p. m.   850 Spartan Ave at Berthoud High School (park east of the high school; directions are posted on the website, www.starkids.org). The guest speaker for Friday, November 19 is Mark Shannon from Ball Aerospace in Boulder. His talk will be on the Wide-field Infrared Survey Exployer (WISE) mission. WISE is a NASA-funded Explorer mission that will provide a vast storehouse of ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 11, North Taurid meteors during

EarthSky Tonight—Nov 11, North Taurid meteors during night

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org You’re likely to see the most North Taurid meteors in the wee hours – just after midnight. This shower is going on now and might continue through the weekend. The North Taurids are generally a very modest shower, offering perhaps 10 meteors per hour. However, even one bright meteor can be a treat. The North Taurid meteors derive their name from the constellation Taurus the Bull. If you trace the paths of the Taurid ... Full Story

Berthoud Softball Team Honored

Berthoud Softball Team Honored

  Spartans Softball Celebrates State Runner-Up Season By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Players, coaches, family and friends gathered at Berthoud High School on Tuesday evening to honor the Berthoud Spartan softball team. The Softball Awards Night celebrated the Berthoud softball team’s 2010 season and second place finish in the state championship tournament. In addition to their runner-up finish in the 3A state tournament, the Spartans boasted a 231 – 71 run differential and a ... Full Story

Trustees approve Museum lease agreement

Trustees approve Museum lease agreement

Berthoud: November 9, 2010 The Berthoud Trustees moved through their agenda quickly on Tuesday night, finishing the session in slightly over 45 minutes. Speaking in the Citizen Participation time, Lexi DiPentino and Laurel Downer told the board about their new group, Berthoud Military Family Support. DiPentio, Downer and Terri Rivera started the group for mutual support for families with sons and daughters in the military. They explained that they wanted to send CARE packages ... Full Story

Military moms start support group

Military moms start support group

Three military mothers started a local support group for each other and for their families. Laural Downer and Beth Sterck are the founding members and as one of their first projects, they want to send packages to local service men and women serving overseas. Downer and Lexi Dipentino addressed the Berthoud Trustees on Tuesday evening to explain their plan. Here are Downer's prepared remarks: The military family support group of Berthoud would like to send care packages to those ... Full Story

Update on Berthoud Shooting

SWAT team kills Berthoud man Coloradoan.com By Robert Allen Ben Haskew, 36, is identifed as the Berthoud man shot and killed early Tuesday morning after opening fire on a Larimer County Sheriff's Office Swat team ...   Haskew was a local cub scout leader and planned scout meetings at Berthoud Elementary School on Tuesday evening were cancelled. News Release Berthoud Colorado shooting death Department: Coroner Release Date: Nov 9, 2010 On November 9, 2010 there ... Full Story

EarthSky Tonight—Tonight Nov 10, Can we see stars

EarthSky Tonight—Tonight Nov 10, Can we see stars outside our Milky Way galaxy?

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org One of you wrote, “Are there any stars outside our own galaxy that we can see with just the eye?” The answer is no – unless you count seeing the combined light of many billions of stars. From the northern hemisphere, the only galaxy outside our Milky Way that is easily visible to the eye is the great galaxy in the constellation Andromeda – also known as M31. It is shown in the image at the top of this post. In ... Full Story

Page 10 of 15« First...9101112...Last »