‘Local News’ Archives
Saturday, January 1 Police assisted a motorist at Mountain Avenue and Second Street when his tire came off the rim. Someone at the Hamilton Apartments received a strange letter. The case is being handled as harassment. A fence and a sign in the 400 block of E County Road 8 were damaged by a hit and run driver. Following a non-injury motor vehicle accident at County Road 17 and US Highway 287, officers arrested one person for driving under the influence and Underage Consumption of ... Full Story
MediaNews buys Lehman Communications January 21, 2011 -- LONGMONT — Prairie Mountain Publishing Co., a subsidiary of MediaNews Group, is set to acquire all Lehman Communications Corp. of Longmont. ...
Berthoud Police Beat - December Wednesday, December 1 A motor vehicle accident involving a Toyota and a Jeep at County Road 5 and E Highway 56 resulted in injuries. An argument in progress in the 400 block of Mountain Avenue remained verbal and the officer found no criminal violation. A physical disturbance call in the 900 block of Mountain Avenue resulted in the officer giving a verbal warning to two adult males and one adult female Fireworks were reported in the area of Fourth Street ... Full Story
Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Summary for December 2010 Wednesday, December 1 BFPD responded to a motor vehicle accident with very minor injuries on E Highway 56 and Weld County Road 5. The patient was treated and released on scene and BFPD assisted with traffic control. BFPD responded to a report of a power line down at 415 Mountain Avenue. The area was searched and nothing was found. BFPD cleared the scene. BFPD assisted a resident at 300 Victoria Street for a possible power ... Full Story
The Town of Berthoud would like to remind its citizens that they need to remove snow from the sidewalks within 24 hours from the time the snow stops. The following town ordinance applies: 15.12 of the ordinances of the Town of Berthoud: Removal of Snow and Ice. It shall be unlawful for any owner or occupant of any lot, block or parcel of ground within the Town, or for any agent in charge of such property, to allow any snow or ice to accumulate or remain upon any sidewalk alongside such ... Full Story
Lyons man identified as pilot in deadly plane crash west of Loveland The Coloradoan - LOVELAND – The man who died in a plane crash west of Loveland, near Carter Lake on Monday has been identified as 50-year-old Charles R. Cullum of Lyons. ... Pilot killed in plane crash ID'd as Charles Cullum, of Lyons Daily Camera - The Larimer County Coroner's Office today identified Charles Cullum, of Lyons, as the pilot killed after his single-engine aircraft went down near ... Full Story
denverpost.com One dead after plane crash in Larimer County by Joey Bunch The pilot and lone flyer in a fatal plane crash this afternoon called out a distress signal several times on his radio before plummeting into rugged terrain in Larimer County ...
DENVER, Colo. --The Colorado Division of Wildlife is seeking information on the poaching of a bighorn sheep in the Poudre Canyon before Thanksgiving. "Visitors to the Poudre Canyon value and enjoy seeing the sheep here," said Chad Morgan, Poudre Canyon District Wildlife Officer."It is a shame that someone would poach in an area like this, as we are trying very hard to rebuild the herd and ensure their health in the canyon." Morgan asked that anyone who may have information about the case to ... Full Story
During the month of January, the elementary schools in Berthoud will be conducting information nights for parents and prospective parents to learn about the programs and instruction offered at the schools. Information night at Ivy Stockwell Elementary is Monday, January 10 from 6:30-7:30 pm and at Information night at Berthoud Elementary is Wednesday, January 19 from 6:30-8:00 p.m. Discussion wil cover academic programming, curriculum, specialized programs, programs for students with ... Full Story
SH 14 over Cameron Pass remains closed following an avalanche that occurred last night around 8 p.m. Currently, it is snowing heavily and visibility is poor. Due to the large amount of snow and the potential for additional snow slides, crews cannot clean up the current slide or assess avalanche risk in the area. CDOT is working closely with the Colorado Avalanche Information Center who will wait 24 hours after it stops snowing to assess the avalanche risk and decide if mitigation is ... Full Story