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Saturday, July 2, 2016

‘Local News’ Archives

“Small Grants for Community Partnering” 2013 Grant

  Larimer County Department of Natural Resources announces the 2013 “Small Grants for Community Partnering” grant cycle. Applications are due Friday, September 7, 2012, at 3 p.m., with awards announced by February, 2013. These grants are offered to individuals, organizations and groups, and homeowner/property owner associations for community, neighborhood, and group projects for: ·      Protection or enhancement of open space, trails, natural areas, wildlife habitat, river ... Full Story

Sexual Assault Arrest

Sexual Assault Arrest

          Larimer County Sheriff's Office deputies yesterday arrested Patrick Frank Cipolla, DOB: 12/08/41, of Loveland, formerly of Estes Park, on a felony warrant for multiple counts of sexual assault. His occupation is listed as retired military. Mr. Cipolla is alleged to have sexually assaulted a teenage girl over a period of several years. He is charged with: Four counts of CRS 18-3-402(1)(a)(4), Sexual Assault/Force, (F3) Three counts of CRS 18-3-405.3(1)(2)(a), ... Full Story

Berthoud High School Drama Presents

Once Upon a Fairytale BHS drama students will be presenting our spring play, Once Upon a Fairytale, April 18 -21. This play is a fun-filled parody of a fairy tale that involves a spoiled rotten princess, her wicked aunt, a clueless shepherd and a couple of trolls of questionable intelligence. There will be a special 4:00 p.m. performance on Wednesday, April 18 for children and families who might not be able to attend in the evening. The performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday are 7:00 ... Full Story

Berthoud student attacked

Berthoud student attacked

    Berthoud police investigate possible hate crime against exchange student BERTHOUD, Colo. (CBS4) – A black foreign exchange student from Germany says she was viciously attacked in a park in Berthoud. Now police are calling it a hate crime. Police say a group of white men accosted the 15-year-old student in Bein Park, which is right next to Berthoud High School. The girl is a junior at Berthoud High School. Last Thursday she was walking home through the park when she said she was ... Full Story

CSU wants pudgy puppies

CSU wants pudgy puppies

Colorado State University Wants Pudgy Puppies for Clinical Trial on Obesity and Diet Changes FORT COLLINS - Dogs with a New Year’s resolution to lose weight can try a new diet, thanks to a Colorado State University study. CSU’s Animal Cancer Center is recruiting overweight or obese dogs for a clinical trial that looks at how newly formulated food may improve Fido’s overall health and help him keep a girlish figure. The clinical trial will evaluate if a new food is more easily digested ... Full Story

Police Impersonation/Sexual Assault a hoax

Police Impersonation/Sexual Assault a hoax

Press Release Larimer County Sheriff's Office investigators have determined the report of a sexual assault by a police impersonator is false and did not happen. As a result, Heather Speicher, DOB: 08/19/84, of Fort Collins has been arrested for Attempting to Influence a Public Official (F4). Plans to seek restitution for the misdirection of valuable, limited law enforcement resources are being discussed with the District Attorney's office. Ms. Speicher is being held at the Larimer County Jail ... Full Story

Berthoud area resident to run for County Commissioner

Berthoud area resident to run for County Commissioner

Press Release Former Thompson Board of Education member and small business owner, Karen Stockley, has announced her candidacy for the Larimer County Board of Commissioners representing District 3. Karen has lived most of her life in Colorado, and in her district in Berthoud for over 13 years. She is married to Jay Stockley and is the mother of five children, all of whom have attended Berthoud schools. Stockley has an extensive history of community service. She recently completed four years as ... Full Story

Senator Udall Town Hall Meeting in Fort Collins

Udall to Talk about Jobs and the Economy at Town Hall Meeting  in Fort Collins U.S. Senator Mark Udall will hold a Town Hall Meeting in Fort Collins next Wednesday, January 18. He will be here  to discuss how he can partner with business and community leaders on policies that will help create jobs and spur the economy. He wishes to talk to community members about issues important to the region and his role in helping to bolster the local economy. Please note that seating is limited, and ... Full Story

Lundberg aims sights for Washington

Kevin Lundberg to run agains Polis in 2nd district Sen. Kevin Lundberg, R-Berthoud, has decided that he will run against Rep. Jared Polis, a Democrat representing the 2nd Congressional District, Larimer County's new district in 2013. "Based on strong support from citizens of the Second Congressional District Kevin has decided to move forward with a campaign," said Lundberg's campaign website,www.kevinlundberg2012.com.

Skinned Coyotes in Berthoud and Loveland

Skinned Coyotes in Berthoud and Loveland

                Skinned Coyotes Found In Colorado JANUARY 7, 2012 (WILDLIFE) COLORADO — After initial reports declared multiple dogs to have been found skinned and mutilated alongside a few roads in Berthoud, veterinarians and wildlife pathologists have now concluded the animals were actually coyotes. Why were these coyotes killed, skinned, and left to be found beside the road? Read on for more details and the number to call with any information on ... Full Story

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