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Archive for September, 2011

Berthoud girls drop game to Valley

Berthoud girls drop game to Valley

Warriors Out-Muscle Spartans

Warriors Out-Muscle Spartans

Berthoud Football Shut Out By Frederick 27-0 By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer In sports, size does matter. That fact was painfully clear to the Berthoud High football team on Friday night as they were blanked 27-0 by a bigger, more physical Frederick team. Asked how a physically smaller team like the Spartans can overcome such a disadvantage, Berthoud Head Coach Dan McGinn said, “You counter it with technique and you counter with the things we do in execution. We’ve been size-challenged ... Full Story

Audubon Club presents “Wild Birding

Audubon Club presents “Wild Birding Colorado”

    The Foothills Audubon Club will be having their program on Monday, October 3 at 7 p.m. at the Berthoud Area Community Center, 248 Welch Avenue, Berthoud, Colorado. Please join in for the October program, “Wild Birding Colorado.” Cole Wild is the speaker for the October program and will review his successful 2010 quest to set a record for the most bird species seen in Colorado in one year. Cole tallied an amazing 412 species last year and his presentation will ... Full Story

Kyle Orton Remains Starter For Broncos

Kyle Orton Remains Starter For Broncos

    Football Nation     Kyle Orton Remains Starter For Broncos By Dan Karpiel As the Denver Broncos prepare to take on the Cincinnati Bengals, Coach John Fox left no doubt that Kyle Orton would remain his team's starting QB. READ MORE

Football: Frederick shuts out Berthoud

  BOCOpreps.com Frederick shuts out Berthoud One week after a disappointing loss to Silver Creek, Frederick shut out host Berthoud 27-0. Read More

Alicia Lentz dies at Denver Hospital

Alicia Lentz dies at Denver Hospital

Denver   Alicia Lentz, a 2009 graduate of Berthoud High School and a student at the University of Northern Colorado, died Wednesday at the Swedish Medical Center in Denver, a hospital spokeswoman said Friday. Lentz was a junior studying ecology and evolutionary biology. The UNC Mirror reported that Lentz died of a brain aneurysm. She played mellophone in the Pride of the Rockies marching band. The band is tentatively planning to wear red carnations and play “Amazing ... Full Story

Spartans Edge Past Tigers

Spartans Edge Past Tigers

Berthoud Football Defeats Sterling 27-21 In OT By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer The Berthoud High football team was able to overcome a couple of big mistakes and a few unlucky breaks to eke out their second consecutive victory of the 2011 season Friday night at Max Marr Field. It took an overtime period – where Berthoud’s defense shined – to top Sterling 27-21. “When the chips were down, we made some plays. We didn’t play well for about five or six minutes there, again, when we ... Full Story

Broncos Not Ready For Primetime

Broncos Not Ready For Primetime

Football Nation Broncos Not Ready For Primetime By Dan Karpiel In what cannot be described as anything other than a sickening display of football, Denver dropped their opening game to Oakland 23-20 (and it was not that close),. READ MORE

Help the library, take a survey

Help the library, take a survey

          Dear Editor, I want to draw our community’s attention to an important opportunity. From September 12 to October 2, the Berthoud Community Library will be conducting a survey to better understand how our community benefits from free access to computers and the Internet at the library. The IMPACT Survey is anonymous, available in English and Spanish, and takes 10-15 minutes to complete. People from all walks of life use library ... Full Story

“Son of Stim”

“Son of Stim”

          The President's "Jobs Plan" calls for another $400 billion dollars in BORROWING. Yes, that's what you call it when you spend money now and say you'll pay for it somehow over the next ten years. Oh, and by the way, exactly how does having workers and employers NOT pay into Social Security stimulate the economy? Isn't Social Security going broke one of the major concerns causing insecurity in this economy? And how again does increasing ... Full Story

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