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Archive for May, 2011

Eagles Turn Tables, Force Championship-Deciding Game 7

Eagles Turn Tables, Force Championship-Deciding Game 7

Eagles Turn Tables, Force Championship-Deciding Game 7   LOVELAND, Colo. - After losing 7-2 in Game 5 of the Central Hockey League's Presidents' Cup Finals, the Colorado Eagles took Game 6 over the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs, 8-1. Not only did the win force a championship-deciding Game 7, it marked both the most goals ever scored by the Eagles in a playoff game & their largest margin of victory in a playoff game as well. The Mudbugs out-shot the Eagles 10-8 in the first ... Full Story

Loveland Library and Chilson close early Thursday

Loveland Library and Chilson close early Thursday

      Loveland Public Library will close two hours early at 6 p.m., Thurs., May 26 to accommodate some electrical work as part of the major expansion project currently under way.  The library should reopen at its regular time, 9 a.m., Fri., May 27. Next door to the library, the Chilson Recreation Center will also need to close early that day, at 5:45 p.m. due to the power shutoff.   It will reopen at its regular time the next day, 5:30 a.m. Also, the library ... Full Story

Slices of Life, Our house rules

Slices of Life, Our house rules

  Slices of Life By: Jill Pertler The title of this column may lead you to believe I entertain a lofty perception of my house – as in my house rules the universe. While that may be true (but not really), the “rules” cited in the title refer to a noun, not a verb. Rules: Directives involving the correct time to go to bed, the necessity of frequent tooth brushing and the value of vegetables. In other words, the things every kid detests. I penned the following tidbits ... Full Story

Singing To The End Of Life

By Daris Howard Without warning, and with no time to take cover, a German shell exploded, causing Tommy’s world to go black. When he awoke in the field hospital, he could only see shadows, which faded until his vision was gone completely. When Tommy returned from the war, his determination and positive attitude amazed everyone. Often, others were more concerned about his disability than he was. He desired to major in Dairy Management at the state agricultural school, but those in ... Full Story

Udall Says he will Oppose PATRIOT Act Extension

Udall Says he will Oppose PATRIOT Act Extension

May 24, 2011 Udall Says he will Oppose PATRIOT Act Extension as Senate Leaders Refuse to Allow Critical Changes Udall Wants Amendments to Improve Law, Ensure Constitutional Freedoms are Protected VIDEO: http://markudall.senate.gov/?p=video&id=1088 Today, Mark Udall objected to a move by the Senate’s leadership to shut down debate on the PATRIOT Act, saying he will vote against the proposed four-year reauthorization of the most controversial sections of the PATRIOT Act ... Full Story

Poudre River Dams Delayed

Poudre River Dams Delayed

  Press Release: Save The Poudre: Poudre Waterkeeper Fort Collins, CO -- On Monday May 23, 2011, Chandler Peter from the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers confirmed that the permitting processes for the Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP) and other proposed dams and reservoirs on the Poudre River (Halligan and Seaman) have been delayed yet again, now for the third time. The initial release for the Supplemental Draft Environmental Impact Statement (SDEIS) for NISP was supposed ... Full Story

Photos from Berthoud High School Graduation

Photos from Berthoud High School Graduation

Sandy Barnes did a nice story for the Loveland Reporter Herald. Read it here   Berthoud High School Class 02011 Valedictorian: Alexander Ross Hughes Salutatorian: Joshua Joseph Krokowski   Principal Garcia and Assistant Principal Avery lead the Class of 2011 out of Berthoud High School A line of almost 170 seniors Finally, 2 by 2 on their way to commencement seating The Berthoud High School Band provided the music for the ceremony ... Full Story

Berthoud Girls #1 in State Track and Field

Berthoud Girls #1 in State Track and Field

  Spartans Race to State Track Title Girls team claims top spot in class 3A By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer Only a fully motivated  athlete can win a championship. It takes a complete team of inspired performers to a win a team title. The Berthoud Spartans girls track team had motivation in droves this weekend as they took home first place in the 3A state track and field championships. The Spartans’ individual motivations come in many forms. For senior athlete Cheyenne Hall, ... Full Story

Colorado 3A Track and Field Results

LAKEWOOD, Colo. — Here are Friday's results in the finals of the Colorado Class 3A state track and field championships at Jefferson County Stadium. (Running events in meters): Berthoud takes one 1st place, one 2nd place and five 3rd places. Courtney Mills sets a new record: Loveland Reporter-Herald Mills leaps into state record books by Brad Cochi Berthoud High School’s Courtney Mills wanted to jump 39 feet at state. She didn’t quite get there, but blew everyone else out of ... Full Story

Rutherford Leads ‘Bugs to Lopsided Win in Game 5

  BOSSIER-SHREVEPORT, La. - David Rutherford recorded a hat trick as part of a four-point night in leading the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs to a 7-2 victory over the Colorado Eagles in Game 5 of the Presidents' Cup Finals. The 'Bugs scored the game's first five goals, while Ryan Munce stopped 31 of 33 shots in his first start of the series. The Mudbugs used a 4:1 power play disparity in the first period to build a 2-0 lead via a pair of power-play goals by Rutherford. The first came ... Full Story

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