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Larimer County, Colorado—Beginning at 8 a.m., Monday, December 20, vehicles bringing trash to the Larimer County Landfill will be routed over one of two new incoming scales at the previous gatehouse sites. Customers will exit over another scale to be weighed out as they leave the landfill. Cubic yard rates will continue to be charged once the scales are open. Additional construction will occur as gate arms, directional signs and other final details are completed. Installation of new ... Full Story
A gift of life: Berthoud man to be featured in Rose Parade By Magdalena Wegrzyn © 2010 Longmont Times-Call Lamirato, a 2007 Berthoud High School graduate and organ donor, will be honored with a floragraph — a memorial portrait crafted from floral and organic materials — at the 122nd Tournament of Roses Parade on New Year’s Day.
Kindergarten teacher Millie McCloy was taken by surprise Thursday morning when she was recognized with the Champions Excellence In Education Award. Champions’ area manager, Stephanie Roberts, used the occasion of the Berthoud Elementary teachers’ breakfast to make the presentation. McCloy teaches kindergarten classes at the school, but is employed by Champions®, an organization that provides extended learning experiences. McCloy provides the extra half-day of kindergarten teaching that ... Full Story
The University of Northern Colorado hosted its fall graduation ceremonies Friday, Dec. 10, and Saturday, Dec. 11, at Butler-Hancock Hall. Approximately 175 candidates received their master’s, doctoral and specialist degrees in the Graduate School ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday, December 10. The featured speaker was UNC professor emerita of Psychological Sciences and author Jeanne Ellis Ormrod. Ormand taught at UNC for 22 years between 1976 and 1998, and has authored several popular textbooks. Her ... Full Story
Arc Thrift Stores of Colorado Announces its 2010 “Must Have” White Elephant Gifts
Berthoud Police Beat - November Monday, November 1 A 1978 Ford truck was taken from the parking lot at Log Cabin Liquor. A report from 400 Mountain Avenue was attributed to wind damage. A noise complaint in the 1500 block of Fourth Street was a loud music system and the responding officer gave the players a verbal warning. A written warning was placed upon an unlicensed vehicle parked in the 900 block of Seventh Street. Police responded to the 100 block of Welch Avenue on the report of dogs ... Full Story
Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Summary for November 2010 Monday, November 1 BFPD assisted with a medical call on Fourth Street for a person having seizures. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to a medical call on Sioux Drive for a patient who had fallen. The crew assisted TVEMS with transporting the patient. Tuesday, November 2 BFPD assisted TVEMS with a medical call for breathing problems on Welch Ave. The patient was transported. BFPD assisted with a medical call for ... Full Story
Berthoud’s Arnold named to All-Big Sky volleyball squad Loveland Reporter-Herald Former Berthoud High School standout Kelley Arnold was one of two University of Northern Colorado volleyball players selected to the All-Big Sky Conference first team. ...
Commissioner Tom Donnelly will meet with citizens in Berthoud on Wednesday - Nov. 24 - 8:30 a.m. at the Light House Cafe in Grace Place, 250 Mountain Avenue, Berthoud. This Citizen Meeting is a great way to meet with Commissioner Donnelly in an informal atmosphere to discuss issues important to you! Special Guest: Marc Engemoen to talk about Public Works/Road projects in Larimer County.
Berthoud: November 9, 2010 The Berthoud Trustees moved through their agenda quickly on Tuesday night, finishing the session in slightly over 45 minutes. Speaking in the Citizen Participation time, Lexi DiPentino and Laurel Downer told the board about their new group, Berthoud Military Family Support. DiPentio, Downer and Terri Rivera started the group for mutual support for families with sons and daughters in the military. They explained that they wanted to send CARE packages to our local ... Full Story