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Archive for October 29, 2011

Kiah Leonard, all-state 3A cross country honors

Kiah Leonard, all-state 3A cross country honors

          Berthoud's Kiah Leonard cool all the way to all-state 3A cross country honors By Kyle Koso Assistant Sports Editor Posted: 10/29/2011 09:03:48 PM MDT AURORA -- Getting comfortable in a pulse-pounding 5-kilometer footrace sounds next to impossible, but sometimes the youngest athletes seem to have the most reasonable plan of attack. Berthoud High School freshman Kiah Leonard knew her generally successful debut as a varsity cross country ... Full Story

Eagles’ in OT win

  Slattengren Gets Game-Tying & -Winning Goals in Eagles' OT Win   ONTARIO, Calif. - The Colorado Eagles, playing their third game in as many nights, defeated the Ontario Reign in overtime, 4-3, in the teams' first meeting. The Eagles got two goals from defensemen, scored on three power plays, and bounced back from a record-trying loss the night before thanks in large part to Aaron Slattengren's two tallies. A night after giving up four goals to a single player -- ... Full Story

Obituary: Timothy Allan Eisenbraun

Obituary: Timothy Allan Eisenbraun

Timothy Allan Eisenbraun, 48, passed away Oct 26 at his home in Berthoud. He was born Sept 9, 1963 in Hot Springs, South Dakota to Allan and Nancy Eisenbraun, welcomed home by a sister Annette. Tim grew up in Custer, South Dakota and Loveland, Colorado. He graduated from High School in Loveland. Tim worked various jobs for years before becoming disabled from heart disease. Tim loved the outdoors, cars, dogs, and his greatest love, fishing. Tim was preceded in death by both his ... Full Story

Volunteer of the month: Carissa Finnegan

Volunteer of the month: Carissa Finnegan

Carissa Finnegan is a freshman at Berthoud High School. One of her Facebook friends is family friend who is serving as a nurse in Kigali, Rwanda. Carissa was amazed at some of the photos her friend posted. The children in her photos did not have many toys or books and hardly had clothes to wear. Carissa wanted to do something to help those children. She set up an event on Facebook and asked for donations to purchase items to send to the kids in Kigali. Unfortunately, the response was ... Full Story

Loveland Saturday Update

Loveland Saturday Update

        Electric Service Crews are continuing to reconnect service throughout the day and will also support the 6 contract tree crews working to clear power lines. In some cases, Loveland Water and Power (W&P) crews are awaiting confirmation from customers that a licensed electrical contractor has repaired or replaced the property owner’s electric meter enabling power to be reconnected. The W&P dispatch center at 663-1043 will remain open ... Full Story

Corporations manufacture scientific doubt

Corporations manufacture scientific doubt

      Corporate campaigns manufacture scientific doubt by David Michaels From the September 27, 2008 issue of Science News In Doubt Is Their Product, published in April, epidemiologist David Michaels describes the growing corporate practice of “manufacturing” scientific uncertainty to thwart regulation of products that appear to pose risks. Michaels encountered the practice firsthand with beryllium, a metal used at U.S. nuclear weapons facilities, while he was ... Full Story

Mountain View upsets Berthoud

  ReporterHerald.com Mountain View able to take advantage of Berthoud turnovers in 3A Northern win By Adam Dunivan Sports Writer BERTHOUD -- The ability to capitalize on a turnover kept the Berthoud High School football team in contention for an upset against Mountain View on Friday night at Marr Field. Giving the ball away too many times is what prevented the upheaval to actually occur. Needing a win to keep in the playoff hunt out of the Class 3A Northern Conference, ... Full Story

Lampe Lights Lamp 4 Times; Las Vegas Wins 9-3

  LAS VEGAS, Nev. - Eric Lampe scored four goals on five shots, helping lead the way as Las Vegas defeated Colorado, 9-3, tying the Eagles' record for most goals allowed in a game. Judd Blackwater also had a strong night statistically, netting two power-play goals as the Wranglers went 3-for-8 with the man advantage. The Eagles got off to a good start when Akim Aliu finished off a give-and-go with Tommy Maxwell 4:12 into the opening frame. But the Wranglers scored three goals in just ... Full Story

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