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Tuesday, October 21, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Colorado hay crisis and help for horses

Colorado hay crisis and help for horses

    Colorado is on the brink of a hay crisis because both the cost and need for hay are rising. Hay prices are expected to skyrocket due to demand from neighboring states that are coping with below-average hay production in the midst of a serious drought. Local hay suppliers say that the state of Colorado will be out of hay by January. This is distressing news for horse owners, especially those who are currently struggling financially to feed their horses. The recent ... Full Story

How to roast and use pumpkins

How to roast and use pumpkins

 By Tawra Kellam Peter Piper Picked a Profoundly Plump Pumpkin -- Now what does he do with it? How to Roast a Pumpkin You can only do this with a fresh or freshly carved pumpkin! Do not use on a pumpkin that has been carved and sitting out for several days. To bake a fresh 6 to 7 pound pumpkin, halve the pumpkin crosswise and scoop out the seeds and strings. Place halves, hollow side down, in a large baking pan covered with aluminum foil and add a little water. Bake, uncovered, ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire calls for September

Berthoud Fire calls for September

  BFPD Incident Activity for September 6 - September 30   September 6 BFPD response was cancelled en route to a motor vehicle accident on I-25 MM 252. BFPD call was cancelled en route to a motor vehicle accident on I-25 MM 250. BFPD responded to a residential fire alarm at 4250 Malibu Drive. The resident was contacted and there was no emergency. September 7 BFPD responded to a Carbon Monoxide alarm at 2041 Burbank Street. No CO was detected and the monitor needed to be ... Full Story

Berthoud United Methodist Craft and Food Fair

Berthoud United Methodist Craft and Food Fair

  Ninth Street and Lake Avenue, Berthoud October 8, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Lunch from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.   One of Berthoud most anticipated events is coming this weekend. The United Methodist Women’s Craft and Food Fair is in its 36th year and is offering a new look with new vendors. The fair takes place in the church fellowship hall with lunch available from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m. The fair is famous for its noodles and angle food cakes as well as the craft vendors. The church ... Full Story

Lieutenant Andy Josey graduates from the FBI National

Lieutenant Andy Josey graduates from the FBI National Academy

 Lieutenant Andy Josey of the Larimer County Sheriff's Office Graduates from the FBI National Academy   Larimer County Sheriff Justin Smith is pleased to announce that Lieutenant Andy Josey has graduated from the FBI's National Academy Program at Quantico, Virginia. The 246th session of the National Academy included participants from 46 states, the District of Columbia, 28 international countries, three military organizations and five federal civilian organizations. FBI Director ... Full Story

Loveland KFC closes

    Loveland Reporter-Herald Loveland KFC on Lincoln Avenue will close doors Friday night By Madeline Novey LOVELAND -- Debbie Mestas is sad to say goodbye today to the many loyal customers and friends she has met while working at the KFC restaurant on North Lincoln Avenue. Read More

Red Rock Academy Forum

Thomson School District is holding a community forum regarding the charter school application for Red Rock Academy in Berthoud. The meeting is scheduled for Oct. 13 from 6:30-8 p.m. at Berthoud High School. The public will have an opportunity to provide input regarding the application. One group has already voiced an opinon. The organizers of a new website, Support Berthoud Schools, is asking community members to sign the petition on the website to ask the Board of Education to reject ... Full Story

Marching Band washes cars

Marching Band washes cars

Football: Frederick shuts out Berthoud

  BOCOpreps.com Frederick shuts out Berthoud One week after a disappointing loss to Silver Creek, Frederick shut out host Berthoud 27-0. Read More

Alicia Lentz dies at Denver Hospital

Alicia Lentz dies at Denver Hospital

Denver   Alicia Lentz, a 2009 graduate of Berthoud High School and a student at the University of Northern Colorado, died Wednesday at the Swedish Medical Center in Denver, a hospital spokeswoman said Friday. Lentz was a junior studying ecology and evolutionary biology. The UNC Mirror reported that Lentz died of a brain aneurysm. She played mellophone in the Pride of the Rockies marching band. The band is tentatively planning to wear red carnations and play “Amazing ... Full Story

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