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Monday, December 22, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Grand Nationals Offers Grand Time for Riders

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Explore Wildlife, Geology at Coyote Ridge

By Sandy Barnes Berthoud Recorder While its name may be Coyote Ridge, those who venture to the vast natural area a few miles north of Loveland will most likely see other wildlife, including prairie dogs and mule deer in the wintertime. The 1,000-acre open space offers hikers, cyclists and horseback riders a wonderful opportunity to enjoy sweeping vistas in a transitional area between prairie and the mountains. Whether on foot, bicycle or horseback, visitors can see prairie dogs scampering along ... Full Story

"Boom Boom Yum Yum" Hits Home

By Lizzy Scully Berthoud Recorder What do you know about child sex trafficking or prostitution? Did you know 300 children per night are trafficked for sex in Denver? Had you any clue that hundreds of thousands of American children are forced into the sex trade each year, or that 50 percent of the worldwide sex trade deals in children? I certainly didn’t realize these things before watching the University of Colorado’s student performance of “Boom Boom Yum Yum,” a disturbing play about ... Full Story

Luhrmann Delivers Flawed but Beautiful Film

By Shari Phiel Berthoud Recorder Director: Baz Luhrmann Starring: Nicole Kidman, Hugh Jackman, David Wenham, Brandon Walters, Bryan Brown Screenwriters: Baz Luhrmann, Stuart Beattie MPAA Rating: PG-13 3 ½  Stars out of 5 I seem to be fated lately to see movies that I have eagerly anticipated only to be left feeling distinctly underwhelmed. Such was the case with Baz Luhrmann’s latest directorial endeavor “Australia.” Starring Luhrmann’s fellow Aussies Nicole Kidman as Lady Sarah ... Full Story

Outdoors Near Your Backdoor: Look Up for

By Deborah Huth Price Berthoud Recorder In the midst of the holiday season, stars and lights twinkle on houses and lawns, illuminating the darkness. There is a natural decoration of stars and lights every night of the year, if we just remember to look up. Centuries ago, people used the stars to predict seasons, navigate directions, and incorporate stories and folklore into the heavens above. Every culture on the globe has their own stories about the constellations — stories that were created ... Full Story

Slow Start for Offense Dooms BHS Boys Against Fort


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Local Organizations Help Fill Empty Shelves at House

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder The Berthoud House of Neighborly Service (HNS) food banks were so low at the end of September they consistently had to get food from the Loveland HNS to make food baskets for their clients. But as word spread of the need, Berthoud responded. Within the last 45 days approximately 4,000 pounds of food has been collected.  Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts, Grace Place, the First United Methodist Church, the Presbyterian Church, who have hosted the HNS since 1990, ... Full Story

Fire Beat: Dec. 4, 2008

Monday, Nov. 24, 2008 BFPD responded to Ninth Stree for a carbon monoxide incident. The carbon monoxide detector was sounding and the monitor did report a small amount of CO in the air. It was recommended to the resident owner to have their furnace checked the same day. The fire crew followed up later in the day.  BFPD assisted TVEMS with a medical call on Sunnywood Place. The patient was transported. Tuesday, Nov. 25, 2008 BFPD was called to a structure fire on Sixth Street. Upon arrival ... Full Story

Police Beat: Dec. 4, 2008

Monday, Nov.  24 A Mitsubishi Eclipse was damaged overnight while parked on Redwood Circle. Someone had placed paint all over the car. In another case of criminal mischief, a window was broken out of heavy equipment on the construction site at Sixth St. and Mountain Avenue. A vehicle driving in circles at the high school drew the attention of a passing officer. It turned out to be a mother teaching her daughter how to drive a stick shift. The car was recently purchased and they did not ... Full Story

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