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Tuesday, July 22, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Taylor Made: What Makes the Logan County Fair So

By Taylor Lee Berthoud Recorder For as long as I can remember, my family and I have gone down to Sterling every year to the Logan County Fair. Some people might wonder why we would go that far when there are two county fairs within 20 miles. Well, I believe that there is something different about the Logan County Fair, and that’s not to say other fairs don’t offer something of their own. It runs at about the same time as the Boulder and Larimer county fairs. This year it’s July 31 ... Full Story

Loveland High Class of '64 Hosts Multi-Class

Loveland High School Class of 1964 invites members of the classes of 1961-1966 to attend a multi-class social on Friday evening, July 24, 7 to 11 p.m., at the Loveland Elks Club, 103 East Fourth Street. A cash bar will be available.  RSVP’s are not required. For more information, please visit the LHS Class of ’64 Web site at www.lhs64.info, send an e-mail to lhs64web@msn.com, or call (970) 577-1374. Category:  News - School Category Lead:  Category Secondary Featured ... Full Story

The Healthy Gourmand: Summertime … and the

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder On warm summer evenings, it’s nice to have meals prepared ahead of time that can either be eaten cold, or briefly reheated. Here are two recipes for main dishes with interesting flavors, which would also make good picnic foods. A fresh vegetable salad completes the meal, while adding a crunchy texture and important nutrients. (more…)


Longmont Outdoor Cinema 2009 Free movies under the stars in Thompson Park, Fourth Avenue and Bross Street in Longmont Saturday, July 18: “Kung Fu Panda” Saturday, July 25: “The Goonies” Saturday, Aug. 1: “The Princess Bride” Films start at dusk, bring your own chairs. No Pets, Glass Or Alcohol, Concessions Available.   More info: www.LongmontFilm.org OpenStage Theatre Auditions for 2009-10 Season OpenStage Theatre & Company will hold two individual rounds of auditions ... Full Story

Editorial: All Voices Considered

By Jamie Folsom, Managing Editor Berthoud Recorder As a true reflection of the community, this paper has changed over the years. New families, new businesses and new ideas have come to Berthoud, and at times, it’s a challenge to have our pages include the new along with the existing voices in the community. But we feel a great duty in our role as history keepers and that means listening and watching for those changes. To bring news that’s balanced, fair and non-partisan, we have to go ... Full Story

1642 — What's Next? Traditions, or Just

By Ralph Trenary Berthoud Recorder Musicals have always been a significant part of my family life. As a small guy I learned all of the boys’ songs from “Oliver.” Then, after my voice changed I moved on to learn songs that were beyond my stage presence or character to be able to perform. They were just great tunes or had meaningful lyrics. In these tumultuous times “Fiddler on the Roof” is worth considering in light of the controversy over “change.”  For several decades now ... Full Story

Around Town: On the Fence

By Gary Wamsley Berthoud Recorder We had a busy Fourth of July morning. There is nothing like having company coming to energize you into trying to make the place look presentable and doing all that repair work that you’ve been putting off. The repair work in question was the replacement of two cedar posts in our split rail fence. Even cedar doesn’t last forever. I think the posts in question were placed about 25 years ago. I have learned a lot about fencing since then and wanted to fill ... Full Story

Auto Registration Fees Unreasonable

By Sen. Kevin Lundberg State Senate District 15 Senate bill 108 is a quarter of a billion dollar (per year) car tax. Some are calling it Bill Ritter's Car Tax, for it was a bill that the governor urged the legislature to pass. Never in my legislative experience have I seen such a strong reaction from the people of Colorado after a law has begun to take effect. For the last several weeks hardly a day goes by without at least one constituent calling me to complain about SB-108. The bill is ... Full Story

FASTER Jobs Bill a Responsible Way to Create Jobs and

By State Representative Randy Fischer House District 53 I am a civil engineer by training, but it doesn’t take an engineer to tell you that you that many of Colorado’s roads are rutted and bridges are crumbling. And you don’t need to read the business pages to know that we are suffering terrible job losses. I know folks who have lost their jobs recently and I bet you do, too. These are tough times for most folks in Northern Colorado. Lawmakers like me don’t get to just complain or ... Full Story

Water Sources by Design: Where Do We Go From Here?

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder Last week we looked at the history and structure of the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District’s eastern slope facilities. But of course, no discussion about water in Colorado would be complete without looking at how the NCWCD will respond to growing needs for water along the northern Front Range and environmental changes could affect our water supplies. The NCWCD currently delivers 213,000 acre feet of water each year to 30 towns and cities across ... Full Story

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