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Archive for December, 2010

Berthoud residents need to remove snow

Berthoud residents need to remove snow

The Town of Berthoud would like to remind its citizens that they need to remove snow from the sidewalks within 24 hours from the time the snow stops. The following town ordinance applies: 15.12 of the ordinances of the Town of Berthoud: Removal of Snow and Ice. It shall be unlawful for any owner or occupant of any lot, block or parcel of ground within the Town, or for any agent in charge of such property, to allow any snow or ice to accumulate or remain upon any sidewalk ... Full Story

Redistricting Committee formed

House and Senate Leaders Announce Appointments To Bipartisan Redistricting Committee House Speaker-designee Frank McNulty, R-Highlands Ranch, Senate President Brandon Shaffer, D-Longmont, Senate Minority Leader Mike Kopp, R-Littleton, and House Minority Leader Sal Pace, D-Pueblo, today announced their appointments to serve on the joint legislative committee tasked with drawing Colorado’s congressional lines. “Our goal in creating this committee is to take a new approach to the ... Full Story

Christmas in Afghanistan

Christmas in Afghanistan

CDOT Snow update for Larimer County

CDOT Snow update for Larimer County

CDOT maintenance crews in Larimer County including Loveland, Fort Collins, Berthoud, Wellington, Poudre Canyon and Cameron Pass are on full snow shift.  Currently, there are 25 plows working I-25, US 287 and State Highway (SH) 14.  Secondary routes include SH 1, US 34, SH 56, SH 60, SH 392 and SH 402.  The highways in this area are wet with some slushy and icy spots.  Crews are using liquid and solid de-icers and as temperatures drop will use only solid de-icers. CDOT would like to ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—December 30, Moon and Venus will shine

Sky Tonight—December 30, Moon and Venus will shine before dawn tomorrow

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org The final morning of 2010 – tomorrow morning, December 31 – will feature the moon with the planet Venus in the eastern sky before sunrise. It should be quite a treat, because the moon and Venus rank as the second- and third-brightest celestial bodies in Earth’s sky. Depending on where you live worldwide, Venus and the moon will rise above the eastern horizon some 3 to 4 hours before sunup, to light ... Full Story

Rush Double-Up Eagles, 4-2

Rush Double-Up Eagles, 4-2

By JP Puma LOVELAND, Colo. - The Colorado Eagles fell to the Rapid City Rush, 4-2, in the teams' second consecutive meeting. A pair of Rush players scored a pair of goals each in the win, helping the defending champs maintain their second place spot in the Turner Conference. Both teams tossed 10 shots on net in the opening period, but Colorado failed to take advantage of back-to-back penalties midway though the frame and Rapid City added a pair of scores late to take a 2-0 lead into ... Full Story

180-Day reservation window implemented for campgrounds

Monday, January 3, 2011, at 9 a.m. starts the beginning of a 180-day camping reservation window for Larimer County-managed campgrounds!  Reservations for Memorial Day weekend, Father’s Day weekend, and the first week in July can be made during the first week of January. In response to requests from our customers, the Larimer County Department of Natural Resources will implement a 180-day reservation window for reservation camping at Carter Lake, Flatiron Reservoir, Estes Park ... Full Story

Federal Judge rejects Miller’s challenges in

U.S. District Judge Ralph Biestline today rejected all of Joe Millers claims of election fraud. He also lifted the restraining order on certifying Lisa Murkowski as the winner of the Alaska election. It has been a long road as the Alaskan courts had already ruled against Miller and the federal court said he raised no issues applicable to the federal courts. In spite of the chain of losses, Miller still is contemplating his next step in his legal battle. The Anchorage Daily News has the ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—December 29, Moon and Venus before dawn

Sky Tonight—December 29, Moon and Venus before dawn tomorrow

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org If you look in the eastern predawn sky in the coming mornings, you will find the moon and planet Venus close together. They will be a beautiful sight tomorrow morning, shining nearly side by side. Venus is easy. It is the brightest object there other than the sun and moon. However, Mercury –the most elusive planet – is also up before dawn, closer to the horizon. Now here is a challenge. Did you see ... Full Story

Health Department forecloses on Gingerbread Houses

Health Department forecloses on Gingerbread Houses

Gingerbread Houses Sold at Whole Foods Markets Recalled Due to Bacterial Contamination Press Release: Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment DENVER-State health officials are warning consumers who purchased assembled gingerbread houses from Whole Foods Market between Nov. 1 and Dec. 23 that the product has been recalled by the manufacturer due to bacterial contamination. The gingerbread houses have been linked to several food poisoning outbreaks across the nation caused ... Full Story

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