‘Local News’ Archives
Christmas in Berthoud (CIB) is celebrating its third year of joining together as a community to meet the needs of families, children and seniors in our town. This year the needs are even greater than ever before —Joblessness, loss of homes, reduced income and hopelessness and a pretty meager holiday in December. Our hope is that every child, resident, business owner and organization will have an opportunity to make a difference in the life of a family, a child or a senior by ... 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. ...
Thanksgiving Week DUI Crackdown Aims to Gobble Up Impaired Drivers in Colorado Heat is On enforcement begins Tuesday as holiday travelers hit the road November 22, 2010 Denver, CO – Motorists across Colorado have a lot to be thankful for this holiday week, as hundreds of law enforcement officers hit the road to protect them from the threat of impaired drivers. The Colorado State Patrol and 71 agencies are participating in a special Thanksgiving week “Heat Is On” ... Full Story
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 ... Full Story
Three military mothers started a local support group for each other and for their families. Laural Downer and Beth Sterck are the founding members and as one of their first projects, they want to send packages to local service men and women serving overseas. Downer and Lexi Dipentino addressed the Berthoud Trustees on Tuesday evening to explain their plan. Here are Downer's prepared remarks: The military family support group of Berthoud would like to send care packages to those ... Full Story
SWAT team kills Berthoud man Coloradoan.com By Robert Allen Ben Haskew, 36, is identifed as the Berthoud man shot and killed early Tuesday morning after opening fire on a Larimer County Sheriff's Office Swat team ... Haskew was a local cub scout leader and planned scout meetings at Berthoud Elementary School on Tuesday evening were cancelled. News Release Berthoud Colorado shooting death Department: Coroner Release Date: Nov 9, 2010 On November 9, 2010 there ... Full Story
RICHMOND, Ind. Berthoud High School 2010 graduate Abigail Yeagle, an Earlham College first-year and student and daughter of Theresa and Mark Yeagle of Berthoud, has been selected as a Bonner Scholar this semester at the college. The Bonner Scholars Program is a four-year developmental leadership program that is rooted in community service. Supported by the Bonner Foundation in Princeton, New Jersey, the Bonner Scholarship provides tuition and summer support for 15 Earlham students per class ... Full Story
O157:H7 Multi-State Outbreak DENVER—State health and Tri-County Health Department officials Friday warned consumers who purchased or sampled Dutch Style Gouda Cheese (Costco item 40654) at Costco locations that it has been linked to five-state outbreak of E.coli O157:H7 infections. Consumers who have any of this cheese should not eat it. They should return it to the place of purchase or dispose of it in a closed plastic bag and place it in a sealed trash can to prevent people or ... Full Story
There was a lot to celebrate in Berthoud on Nov. 1, and a large group in the community was present at the Lehman Printing Center to enjoy the festivities. During a time in our economy when money is tight, jobs are scarce and many are worried about the future, it is wonderful to know that those who can contribute to the community step forward and do it … with a smile. The Berthoud Community Fund Committee and the Berthoud Bequest, the local giving circle, organized under the Community ... Full Story