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Archive for April, 2011

“Reflections on Christ”

A community Easter celebration Featuring music and art presented by The Loveland Stake Of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints   With special Humanitarian Award Presented to Sally A. Wabeke President of the Loveland Community Kitchen Board   Friday evening, April 22 at 7:00 p.m. The LDS Church at 3800 Mt. Lion Drive, Loveland (Eisenhower and Boyd Lake Avenue)   Everyone 12 years of age and older is invited. Dress is “Business ... Full Story

Anne’s Kitchen products now at Hays and

Anne's Kitchen recently announced two new outlets for its products.  Hays Market is now carrying Anne's Kitchen Gourmet Chocolates for Easter and Johnson's Corner convenience store is now carrying Anne's Kitchen fresh salsa in their refrigerated section. Anne's Kitchen is a Berthoud based business.

Udall Statement on Equal Pay Day

  Today, Mark Udall released the following statement to recognize Equal Pay Day: “As a father and a husband, it saddens me that women are still getting paid on average 77 cents to the dollar that men get for doing the same work,” Udall said.  “Our economic recovery can only be as strong as the productivity of our workers.  When half our workforce is unfairly told their work isn’t as valuable as that of their male counterparts, we cripple our own progress.  I support ... Full Story

Lundberg Legislative Report, 4/12/11

April 12, 2011 Topics: 1. My SIP Bill 2. Third Annual Loveland Tax Day Tea Party 3. Long Bill Debate and Vote   ------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------ 1. On Friday I introduced SB-237, concerning the SIP (State Implementation Plan) for controlling haze. This bill modifies the SIP submitted by the Public Utilities Commission in January. The bill also calls for a clear and transparent examination of what the SIP ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—April 13, Moon close to Regulus – a

Sky Tonight—April 13, Moon close to Regulus – a Royal Star

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at Tonight, the waxing gibbous moon shines close to Regulus, the brightest star in the constellation Leo the Lion. Regulus is considered to be the Heart of the Lion in Leo. Regulus is also one of the four “Royal Stars” of ancient Persia. These Royal Stars mark the four quadrants of the heavens. They are Regulus, Antares, Fomalhaut, and Aldebaran. Regulus: Heart of the Lion Four to five thousand ... Full Story

Spartan Sports Scoreboard 4/11 – 4/16

Spartan Spring Sports Monday 4/11/11 Girls Golf Centaurus League Meet @ Indian Peaks Golf Course (Lafayette) Team Results: 1. Broomfield: 370 2. Estes Park: 373 3. Thompson Valley: 395 4. Mountain View: 404 5. Centaurus: 430 6. Berthoud: 478 Individual Results: Hannah Haggis: 104 Amber Newby: 114 Kaitlyn Baker: 128 Katie Asa: 132   Tuesday 4/12/11 Girls Tennis Teams: Berthoud: 1 Windsor: 6   Individuals: Singles: Jemal Yaryyeva (WHS) def. Jessica ... Full Story

Obituary: Henrietta Skinner-Hale

Obituary: Henrietta Skinner-Hale

  Henrietta Skinner-Hale of Colorado Springs passed away on April 10, 2011 at Brookdale Place after a short illness. Henrietta was born on April 22, 1917 near Longmont, Colorado to the late John and Henrietta (Eckhart) Lebsack Sr. She graduated from Longmont High School and worked for the Bowman Family in Denver. Henrietta married Richard N. Skinner on January 4, 1942 in El Paso, Texas while he was serving in WWII. They moved to Berthoud, Colorado where they owned and operated a TV ... Full Story

The Wizard comes to Berthoud

The Wizard comes to Berthoud

Berthoud High School Play Premiers Thursday Night   By Thomas N.   The Berthoud High School drama department will premiere a production of The Wonderful Wizard of OZ on Thursday April 14. The play is an adaptation the book by L. Frank Baum and looks to be a good time with many experienced actors. Casting for the play began in late February and the actors began practicing scenes in March. The cast has been rehearsing three times a week and will hold their dress ... Full Story

Astronomy Picture of the Day

Astronomy Picture of the Day

    50 Years Ago: Yuri's Planet Credit: ISS Expedition 7 Crew, EOL, NASA Explanation: On April 12th, 1961, Soviet cosmonaut Yuri Alexseyevich Gagarin became the first human in space. His remotely controlled Vostok 1 spacecraft lofted him to an altitude of 200 miles and carried him once around planet Earth. Commenting on the first view from space he reported, "The sky is very dark; the Earth is bluish. Everything is seen very clearly". His view could have resembled this ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—April 12, Use moon to locate Cancer the

Sky Tonight—April 12, Use moon to locate Cancer the Crab

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at The moon can guide you to Cancer the Crab tonight – if you are patient. You have probably heard of the constellation Cancer, but there is a good chance you have never seen it. As constellations go, Cancer the Crab is probably the most famous constellation that the fewest people can actually identify in the night sky. Its primary competitors in the famous-but-not-recognizable category are probably Aries the ... Full Story

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