‘Area News’ Archives
The Greeley High School Class of '61’ is planning a very special fiftieth reunion the weekend of August 5-7, 2011. If you were a member of this class at any time, or know somebody who was, please contact Pat Jones Best (970) 330-7927 firstname.lastname@example.org Or Priscilla Hager Judge (970) 353-3131 email@example.com.
The Western Academic Talent Search recognizes Chase Rayment DENVER—The Western Academic Talent Search (WATS) celebrated the top scoring students from a seven-state region for the 2010-2011 academic year last Saturday at the Colorado School of Mines. Chase Rayment, from Berthoud, was recognized for achieving the highest eighth grade composite ACT score (33) in Colorado among eligible students in grades three through nine. The program assesses and recognizes academically talented youth in the ... Full Story
Due to the the possibility of inclement weather, the May 20 Ferguson High School graduation has been moved from the Foote Lagoon to the Rialto Theater at 228 East 4th Street. The starting time remains the same: 1:00 p.m.
Colorado to Face Bossier-Shreveport in Fifth Trip to Finals WINDSOR, Colo. - With their win over the defending CHL champion Rapid City Rush this evening, the Colorado Eagles have advanced to the Presidents' Cup Finals where they'll have home-ice advantage over the Bossier-Shreveport Mudbugs in a best-of-seven series to claim the Ray Miron Presidents' Cup. This marks the fifth time in eight seasons of existence that Colorado has advanced to the CHL's championship round, winning in 2005 & ... Full Story
Berthoud Police Beat — May, 2011 Sunday, May 1 In a case of mischief, yard lights were broken in the area of Kansas Avenue and Greenwood Drive. Report at 3:26 a.m. A mailbox was knocked off of its post and damaged in the 300 block of South Eighth Street. Reported at 3:48 a.m. More mischief in Hillsdale Subdivision when a resident in the 500 bock of South Ninth Street reported that someone had dumped trash on her vehicle. A resident in the 100 block of E Michigan Avenue found ... Full Story
This weekend is the annual plant sale at the McCarty-Fickel house. The garden committee has been busy getting the plants ready! There is a wide variety of flowers, heirloom vegetables, and herbs to choose from. Everything from Patty Pan Squash to nasturtiums to Pink Caspian tomatoes will be available. The sale officially opens the next day and will be open to the public Saturday May 14, from 8 a.m.-2 p.m. Stuffed Pattypan Squash By: ... Full Story
Berthoud Town Board to Conduct a Community Dialogue Fort Collins, Colorado— The Berthoud Town Board and the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO) will be holding a Community Dialogue in conjunction with the 2035 Regional Transportation Plan Update. The discussion will be during the Town Board study session meeting: Community Dialogue Berthoud Town Board Study Session Meeting 328 Massachusetts Ave May 17, 2011 - 7:00pm The discussion will begin with a presentation ... Full Story
Berthoud Police Beat — April/May, 2011 Friday, April 1 Police came across an abandoned vehicle on Highway 56 near I-25 at 12:52 a.m. The vehicle appeared to be inoperative. The Joe to Go building was shot with paint balls sometime during the previous night. A large black dog was reported running loose near the Guaranty Bank but the officer was unable to locate the animal. Police received a REDDI (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately) report involving a red Dodge pickup truck ... Full Story
It is teacher appreciation week in the Thompson School District and it was Teacher Appreciation night at the Thompson Board of Education meeting on Wednesday night. This recognition for teachers comes from students and plays to a packed house at the district headquarters. Each student had a rose to give to their teacher as Deputy Superintendent, Dr. Judy Skupa read quotes from the student's letters. School: Berthoud High School Student’s Name: Lauren ... Full Story
Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Summary, April 2011 Saturday, April 2 BFPD responded to a commercial structure fire alarm at 1328 N First Street. The alarm turned out to be a false alarm. BFPD responded to a motor vehicle accident with injuries on I-25 at MM 252. Units were cancelled en route by Loveland Fire, as there was enough manpower already on scene. BFPD responded to a possible dive rescue at 1300 N County Road 17. A boat had gone astray in the lake with no ... Full Story