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Archive for January, 2014

Berthoud Athlete Signs with Mount Marty College

Berthoud Athlete Signs with Mount Marty College

  Article appeared in the   Sara Sterck of Berthoud, Colo. (center), flanked by parents Beth (left) and Bill Sterck, signs to attend Mount Marty College. She will participate in the women's soccer program, as well as the archery club program.   Sara Sterck of Berthoud, Colo., will attend Mount Marty College and play women’s soccer for the Lancers. She also plans to participate in the Lancers’ club archery program, according to a release from MMC. Sterck was a three-year ... Full Story

Gun Fail LI

Welcome to Lowe's! How may I shoot you? (P.S. 23 kids accidentally shot last week) GunFAIL L  By David Waldman We have an extraordinarily long list this time around, and it took extra time to compile it and sort through it, which accounts for its late publication. New Year's Eve, like July 4th, is like Black Friday for GunFAIL. Brand-new guns are given as gifts for Christmas (at least one of which went off and shot the gift giver this week), a little extra drinking is going on, the kids are ... Full Story

Christie just doing New Jersey Stuff

Christie just doing New Jersey Stuff

  Hey, it's just New Jersey stuff!   By Eugene Elander As a one-time New Jersey resident, I can't say that I am surprised by the bizarre "punish Fort Lee by causing gridlock" tactic perpetrated knowingly by top staff of Governor Chris Christie, with the complicity of their friends at the Port Authority.  That's just a typical example of what I learned during my tenure in the Garden State; it's called New Jersey Stuff -- and if those outside of New Jersey have trouble understanding ... Full Story

Loveland Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan.

Loveland Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Jan. 20

    LOVELAND—Dr. Ryan Ross, Dean of Student Development and Retention at Community College of Denver and esteemed recipient of the 2013 Humanitarian Award of the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Colorado Holiday Commission will headline the annual Loveland MLK Celebration to honor the memory and vision of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr., on Monday, Jan. 20. The Colorado Holiday Commission’s Humanitarian Award is given to individuals who have given freely of their hearts to others, who ... Full Story

Aurora borealis in Colorado?

Aurora borealis in Colorado?

  Aurora borealis may dip into state tonight, say CU-Boulder experts University of Colorado Boulder space weather experts say a powerful solar storm may cause the aurora borealis to light up as far south as Colorado and New Mexico in the coming nights. Daniel Baker, director of CU-Boulder’s Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics, said space weather forecasts indicate there is a good chance a coronal mass ejection tied to a large solar flare from the sun Tuesday may impact Earth ... Full Story

Rocky Mountain National Park is Underfunded, Under

Rocky Mountain National Park is Underfunded, Under Threat

  New Environment Colorado Research and Policy Center Analysis Details Impacts of Budget Cuts to Beloved Parks By Lindsey A Wilson, Field Associate Environment Colorado Denver - As Congress approaches another deadline on the federal budget, a new Environment Colorado Research & Policy Center analysis, entitled Death by a Thousand Cuts, exposes the challenges facing Rocky Mountain National Park as a result of mounting funding cuts to the National Park Service. “At Rocky Mountain National ... Full Story

Your New Puppy and Parvo

Your New Puppy and Parvo

  Danielle Huval, DVM Emergency Clinician Supervisor   Having a new puppy is such a fun time for a family. Showing them off to friends and family, teaching them to walk on a leash, and socializing with other dogs are important steps to forming a great lifelong relationship. First visits to the veterinarian are packed full of information, which can be overwhelming. At an early age, puppies are vaccinated against many viruses, with Parvovirus, more commonly referred to as Parvo, being one ... Full Story

Voice against Berthoud Annexation

Voice against Berthoud Annexation

Dear Editor: The Town Administrator and Town Board made a huge mistake to pursue and pass the Haworth annexation in the face of strong public opposition. Next Tuesday they have an opportunity to correct their mistake. Here is a thumbnail history of how the Town has handled this issue, despite a clear consensus in 2007 that the Town should not expand west into rural Larimer County. First, on October 23rd, 2012, at the urging of Town staff, the Town Trustees opposed a Larimer County Rural Land ... Full Story

Latchaw Twins Birth Announcement

Latchaw Twins Birth Announcement

  David and Amanda Latchaw of Loveland are pleased to announce the arrival of their daughters Lily Colette Latchaw and Evelyn Cedar Latchaw. The twins were born on Monday, December 2, 2013 at Medical Center of the Rockies. Lily arrived at 8:22 a.m. weighing 6 pounds, 14 ounces, and was 19 inches long. Evelyn arrived at 8:23 a.m. weighing 6 pounds, 8 ounces, and was 18.5 inches long. The twins are joining their big sister Molly, age 2. Also celebrating Lily and Evelyn’s arrival are ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire Calls: December 2013

Berthoud Fire Calls: December 2013

Incident activity for December, 2013 Sunday, December 1 BFPD responded with TVEMS to a medical call on Marshal Place. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to a medical call on Douglas Place for a person having a seizure. The crew assisted TVEMS with medical care. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to a four-vehicle accident on Interstate 25 at mile marker 250. There was moderate to heavy damage to the vehicles. One occupant required medical attention. The crew helped with ... Full Story

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