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Sky Tonight—May 13, Moon near golden Saturn

Sky Tonight—May 13, Moon near golden Saturn

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org You’ll find the moon in a waxing gibbous phase this evening – more than half lighted but less than full – in the sky from sunset until after midnight. Tonight’s moon will be visible near a bright object in our sky. It is not a star, but a planet – Saturn, planet of the rings. Given clear skies, almost everyone around the world can see the moon and Saturn near each other this evening. Earth passed between ... Full Story

Berthoud Girls knocked out in first round

The Berthoud Girls Soccer team was eliminated from the playoffs by Alexander Dawson. The Mustangs were  seeded #14 and defeated the #19 Spartans by a score of 7 -0. Dawson scored 4 goals in the first half and added 3 more in the second period while holding Berthoud scoreless. Loveland Reporter-Herald BHS soccer team falls in first round In Alexander Dawson High School, Berthoud ran into something they haven’t seen on the soccer pitch this year. ... Read More

Summer Camp with a Cooperative Twist

Summer Camp with a Cooperative Twist

Summer Camp is not just a luxury for wealthy suburban families. For more than 70 years, Rocky Mountain Farmers Union has offered a camp program that is affordable, educational, and fun. The RMFU Cooperative Leadership Camps are held at the beginning of June in Bailey, Colorado, at the National Farmers Union Educational Center. Each year the camp curriculum covers a topic important to rural families. The campers come from all over the state, from inner city and 'burbs to little towns on the ... Full Story

Water, jobs and the economy: business leaders to rally

Water, jobs and the economy: business leaders to rally for NISP

LOVELAND – Colorado business leaders, chamber members, residents and public officials will gather May 19 to show their support for the Northern Integrated Supply Project. The Business Rally for NISP will be from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. at the Larimer County Fairgrounds and Events Complex at The Ranch in Loveland. U.S. Rep. Cory Gardner will be the keynote speaker at the event. The program will also include business owners, mayors from participating NISP communities, county commissioners, ... Full Story

Larimer and Boulder County on flood watch

The Colorado Water Conservation Board has issued a a flood watch advisory for Larimer and Boulder Counties. Outlook for Larimer County: Flash Flood Watch issued by NWS for foothills portion of Larimer County. Snowmelting with additional rainfall on top of what has already fallen could lead to flooding issues later today. An additional 1"-1.5" of liquid equivalent is possible through today Outlook for Boulder County: Flash Flood Watch issued by NWS for foothills portion of Boulder County. ... Full Story

Eagles Win Turner Conference, Advance to

Colorado to Face Bossier-Shreveport in Fifth Trip to Finals WINDSOR, Colo. - With their win over the defending CHL champion Rapid City Rush this evening, the Colorado Eagles have advanced to the Presidents' Cup Finals where they'll have home-ice advantage over the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in a best-of-seven series to claim the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup. This marks the fifth time in eight seasons of existence that Colorado has advanced to the CHL's championship round, winning in 2005 & ... Full Story

Eagles Advance to Presidents’ Cup Finals in

Colorado to Face Bossier-Shreveport Starting Friday at BEC   RAPID CITY, S.D. - The Colorado Eagles defeated the defending CHL champion Rapid City Rush in the deciding Game 7 of the Turner Conference Finals, earning the Turner Conference championship and the right to face the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup Finals. In a game that featured two extremely evenly-matched rivals -- Colorado and Rapid City ended the regular season with identical records -- Colorado ... Full Story

Berthoud Golf Team Fails to Qualify for State

Berthoud Golf Team Fails to Qualify for State

Promising season ends on a disappointing note By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer In the world of sports, the difference between winning and losing can often be measured in inches. This is especially true in the game of golf. For Berthoud High junior golfer Brandi Peter, a putt on a sudden-death playoff hole missed the cup by a few inches and cost Peter her third trip to the state tournament. After posting a score of 95, Peter found herself tied with Thompson Valley’s Regan Musilek and Haley ... Full Story

Sky Tonight—May 12, How to see the green flash

Sky Tonight—May 12, How to see the green flash

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science Visit EarthSky at www.EarthSky.org The image today is a classic image of a detached green flash, seen at sunset. You can see green flashes with the eye, sometimes, if you are looking toward a very clear horizon. You must be looking just at sunset, at the last moment before the sun disappears below the horizon and you have to be careful not to look too soon. Wait until just the thinnest rim of the sun appears above the horizon. If you look too soon, ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Beat, May 2011

Berthoud Police Beat, May 2011

Berthoud Police Beat — May, 2011     Sunday, May 1 In a case of mischief, yard lights were broken in the area of Kansas Avenue and Greenwood Drive. Report at 3:26 a.m. A mailbox was knocked off of its post and damaged in the 300 block of South Eighth Street. Reported at 3:48 a.m. More mischief in Hillsdale Subdivision when a resident in the 500 bock of South Ninth Street reported that someone had dumped trash on her vehicle. A resident in the 100 block of E Michigan Avenue found ... Full Story

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