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Sunday, May 29, 2016

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The underbelly of Berthoud politics

The underbelly of Berthoud politics

Berthoud Mayor-elect discusses resignation   BY PETER R. COWDIN Guest Columnist I am writing to thank the citizens of the Berthoud community for the tremendous outpouring of support and gratitude that I received during my campaign to be your next mayor and now, unfortunately, your tremendous concern for my personal well-being. I sincerely apologize formy sudden departure that may have led to the extra expense of a special election. It was certainly not my intention. ... Full Story

Found near Berthoud, a diamond ring

Found near Berthoud, a diamond ring

A diamond ring, perhaps a wedding band, was found on the shore of Loveland Reservoir at the Berthoud Sportsman's Club. Call 703-342-2072 and ask for Brandon to inquire about the ring.

Obituary: Norma Jean Huffaker

Obituary: Norma Jean Huffaker

Norma Jean Swanson Huffaker, age 78, passed away at Pathways Hospice - McKee Medical Center in Loveland, on April 8, 2016. She was born on August 27, 1937 in Longmont, Colorado, to parents Carl M. Swanson and Frances Edmondson Swanson. She graduated from Berthoud High School as Class Valedictorian in 1955. After graduation, she attended Parks Business School in Denver and began what would become a long career in accounting, real estate and business management. On February 16, 1957, she ... Full Story

Berthoud election results

Berthoud election results

  Berthoud voters choose new trustees Unofficial results show 2 ballot measures pass; 4 new trustees and new mayor to serve on town board By Saja Hindi Reporter-Herald Staff Writer BERTHOUD — More than 1,000 residents voted in the Berthoud election Tuesday either in person or by absentee ballot, according to unofficial election results, and they chose four new trustees, a new mayor and passed two ballot issues. Pete Cowdin, who was running unopposed for mayor, received 737 ... Full Story

Death in Berthoud mobil home fire

Death in Berthoud mobil home fire

Berthoud Fire Press Release One person was killed by a fast moving fire that destroyed a mobile home in Berthoud Friday. Units from Berthoud Fire and Loveland Fire were dispatched at 11:20 a.m. to a report of a residential structure fire with one party trapped. Heavy fire was showing from the front side of the home as firefighters made entry to locate the trapped party and extinguish the fire.  Firefighters found one unresponsive resident just inside the living room area and quickly removed ... Full Story

Attempted Burglary in Berthoud

On March 8, 2016, at approximately 6:57 pm, Larimer County Sheriff’s Office deputies were dispatched to the 1000 block of 3rd Street in Berthoud regarding a possible burglary in progress. The caller advised an unknown man had broken a window at a neighbor’s home. A deputy arrived a few minutes later and located the man behind a nearby home. The man was extremely intoxicated, refused to obey the deputy’s commands, and then aggressively advanced toward the deputy. The deputy used a Taser ... Full Story

Donnelly Announces Bid for Reelection to County Board

Donnelly Announces Bid for Reelection to County Board

District 3 County Commissioner Tom Donnelly announced today that he will seek reelection to the Larimer County Board of Commissioners. Donnelly, a Loveland resident, is currently serving his second term on the three-member Board. Donnelly said he was running to continue work on flood recovery and its budgetary impacts and to help implement regional projects, such as expanding I-25 and constructing a new County facility in Loveland. "The Board has really been working well with our ... Full Story

Keving Lundberg November Newsletter

Keving Lundberg November Newsletter

Fetal Tissue Hearing Syrian Refugees in Colorado Endorsing Ted Cruz for President Cambell Soup and G.A. Henty Lundberg, Kevin 0912.jpg Kevin Lundberg _______________________________________________________________________ Here is my report on the Fetal Tissue Trafficking Hearing I chaired last week. The hearing was a great success, despite a lack of participation from Planned Parenthood and most state agencies. With a standing-room-only crowd, several TV ... Full Story

Berthoud’s Hero Dog goes to Washington

Berthoud’s Hero Dog goes to Washington

One-eyed Chihuahua 'testifies' to Congress about puppy mills TheDenverChannel.com Team , KRDO WASHINGTON, D.C. - A little Colorado dog with a big message traveled to Washington, D.C. to bring awareness to puppy mills. “Dear Mr. President, I had to ask my mom to read this letter, because I am only a dog,” said Harley’s owner Rudi Taylor in a video before going. “I am a puppy mill survivor. I spent 10 years living in a small, filthy wire cage in a puppy mill.” Harley, ... Full Story

Larimer County Engages Residents

Larimer County Engages Residents

 By: Larimer County Commissioner Tom Donnelly The 2016 budget planning process is under way here at Larimer County. The Board of Commissioners have held a series of work sessions dealing with everything from a potential property tax rebate to various department service proposals to employee salary and benefits projections. Another featured topic has been the Larimer County 2015 Citizens Survey. Undertaken every two years, the survey is a statistically valid representation of residents ... Full Story

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