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Thursday, May 5, 2016

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Larimer County “Nature Notes Club”

Larimer County  “Nature Notes Club”

Larimer County Department of Natural Resources is excited to announce the formation of the Nature Notes Club for the County’s Open Spaces, a guided, nature-journaling experience.  Participants will be led through the process of creating their own nature journals in the style of John Muir or Aldo Leopold with Volunteer Naturalist Lisa. The club will have several outings throughout the county’s Open-Spaces system, allowing members to immerse themselves in the full range and scope of what ... Full Story

BLM Gears Up to Help Prevent Spread of White-nose

BLM Gears Up to Help Prevent Spread of White-nose Syndrome in Bats

Today the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) announced an interim strategy to help the agency respond to the anticipated occurrence of white-nose syndrome (WNS) on BLM-administered lands nationwide. It is anticipated this strategy will be in place until more detailed guidance is developed, including applicable components of the Interagency National Response Plan (INRP) effort being led by the U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, in which BLM is an active participant. WNS was first observed in ... Full Story

Scales Installation Project to Begin at Landfill

Scales Installation Project to Begin at Landfill

Larimer County, Colorado—Beginning January 1, 2011, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations require us to report the weight of trash being dumped at the Larimer County Landfill. Incoming vehicles will be required to weigh in as they enter and weigh out as they exit. This requires us to install scales, and will bring us into compliance with EPA regulations. The installation of scales at the Larimer County Landfill will begin Monday, August 30, 2010, and is estimated to take two ... Full Story

Political Candidates save Herb Meeker

Political Candidates save Herb Meeker

Berthoud's oldest base ball player and civic volunteer nearly died while attending a Republican training session on Wednesday. According to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, 78-year-old Herb Meeker slumped over and then slid from his chair to the floor. Quick action by local politicians probably saved his life. Loveland Reporter-Herald 'Right place, right time': Political candidates save Berthoud man's life at training session

Berthoud says “goodbye” to Jeremy Roush

Berthoud says “goodbye” to Jeremy Roush

By Claudia Todd-Young “Amherst’s gain is Berthoud’s loss,” said a local businessman as he spoke of Jeremy Roush’s upcoming move to Massachusetts. Roush has accepted the position of executive chef at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass., about 85 miles from Boston. The college is situated on about 1,000 acres and has about 1,600 students. “As director of the culinary department, my main emphasis will be to elevate the student dining program. That will include involving locally raised ... Full Story

Daniel Skeen home from mission

Daniel Skeen home from mission

Daniel Skeen Reports on French-speaking Missionary Service in Canada Daniel Skeen, a graduate of Berthoud High School has completed a two-year missionary assignment in Canada for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints.  Skeen served in the Canada French Speaking Montreal Mission. The areas of the Mission included all of Quebec and Eastern Ontario, Canada. He will report on his missionary service in Sacrament Meeting of the Big Thompson Ward August 29 at l:00 p.m.  The ward meets in ... Full Story

No Berthoud Town Board meeting August 24

No Berthoud Town Board meeting August 24

  Board Of Trustees Regular Meeting August 24, 2010 Board Room 7:00 P.m.   No Meeting

Hunter Hawkins to serve 2-year Mission in Mexico

Hunter Hawkins to serve 2-year Mission in Mexico

Hunter Hawkins, a 2009 graduate of Berthoud High School, has been called to serve for two years in the Mexico City West Mission of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Hawkins, son of Bryce and Nancy Hawkins, will serve the people of Mexico and teach about Jesus Christ in the Spanish language. He is an Eagle Scout, and while attending Berthoud High School played varsity lacrosse and soccer, sang with the Bridge Between Show Choir, performed in various school musicals and with ... Full Story

School Board honors Breitbarth’s service to

School Board honors Breitbarth’s service to community

Wednesday’s Thompson Board of Education meeting began on a very special note. Quite apparent was the empty chair where Dennis Brietbarth normally sat. Also noticeable was the single rose, placed there by members of the Thompson Education Association. Seeing the head of the teacher’s union with tears in her eyes over the loss of a school board member speaks volumes about the man and his relationship with the teachers of the Thompson School District. Board president Lucille Steiner was ... Full Story

Rabies Confirmed in Skunks, Foxes, Horses and Cat

Rabies Confirmed in Skunks, Foxes, Horses and Cat

Department of Public Health and Environment Thursday, Aug, 19, 2010 DENVER—So far in 2010, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Laboratory and Colorado State University Diagnostic Laboratory have confirmed rabies in 99 animals. According to state health officials, 34 skunks, 54 bats, seven foxes, one domestic cat, one horse, one mule deer and one muskrat have tested positive for rabies this year. In 2009, 103 animals tested positive for rabies in Colorado, which broke the ... Full Story

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