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Friday, October 24, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Winners announced in Berthoud Schools Fund Writing

Winners announced in Berthoud Schools Fund Writing Contest

In the age of abbreviated Twitter messages writing may become a lost art, but some of Berthoud’s youth can still put a sentence together . The Berthoud Schools Fund (BSF) challenged Berthoud students to write about how the technology provided by the money raised at the last two Berthoud Bashes has influenced their education. While some of you may not know a Promethean Board from a document camera, these kids do. The BSF recieved 39 entries covering the suggested genre of essay, play, ... Full Story

Goodbye “Doc” Fickel

Goodbye “Doc” Fickel

Dr. Robert Bruce (Doc) Fickel, DDS March 30, 1912 – March 9, 2011 Berthoud lost one of its most beloved residents today when R. Bruce (Doc) Fickel died this morning (March 9) in Longmont United Hospital. Doc was born to Lee and Lottie Fickel in Edina, Missouri, on March 30 1912. According to Doc, the Fickel’s were minority Protestant Republicans in a Catholic Democratic town. He remained a staunch Republican his whole life. He attended the University of ... Full Story

Dump truck loses balance

Dump truck loses balance

    Fortunately, no one was injured when this truck tipped over on Friday. The truck from Vialpando trucking was delivering 25 tons of gravel to the Berthoud Street Department facility on Welch Avenue when the incident occurred. According to employees on the scene, the trucks can not fit into to the compound so the normal procedure is to unload in front of the building and then use the front loader to move the gravel into the yard. Observers said that the driver ... Full Story

Turner Students of the Month-February

Turner Students of the Month-February

Turner Middle School Students of the Month for February Boys           Caleb Jordan – 6th Grade Caleb is an outstanding student and a great positive leader! He recently spent a couple lunch periods with a friend to help teachers clean up and organize the classroom – What a great leader and role model.                   Max Bump – 7th Grade Max is willing to ... Full Story

Turner Students of the Month

Turner Students of the Month

Turner Middle School Students of the Month for February Girls   Michelle Farabaugh – 6th Grade Michelle puts 100% effort into all that she does. She brings a great attitude into the class. Michelle takes responsibility for her education and her efforts are reflected in her quality work.   Hannah Stippich – 7th Grade Hannah is an outstanding role model for her peers. Hannah is consistently on task and completes her work ... Full Story

Legal Notice: Ish Reservoir Company Annual Meeting

  CALL TO ORDER The regular Annual Meeting of the Stockholders, of the Ish Reservoir Company, for year ending December 31, 2010, will be held: Place: Highland Ditch Conference Room, 4311 State Highway 66, Longmont CO DATE: Saturday, March 26, 2011 Start Time: 10:40 a.m. For the purpose of electing trustee(s) and the transactions(s) of any other business as may properly come before the meeting. Jill A. Baty, Secretary

Two opposing Views of CSAP

Colorado Department of Education Commissioner Robert Hammond Reaffirms Importance Of CSAP In Student Learning As schools across Colorado begin administering the Colorado Student Assessment Program (CSAP) this week, Commissioner Robert Hammond today encouraged students to do their best on the statewide exams. “Colorado students have shown tremendous commitment to CSAP for years and we encourage all students to show what they know on this important assessment,” said Commissioner Hammond. ... Full Story

Berthoud man found guilty of menacing cyclists

Berthoud man found guilty of menacing cyclists

9News.com Jury finds Barker guilty of menacing cyclists by Jeffrey Wolf LOVELAND - After nearly eight hours of deliberation, a jury Friday found Bryce Barker, 24, guilty of criminal mischief and menacing for attacking a group of cyclists in Berthoud last summer.  

Berthoud Police Beat, February, 2011

Berthoud Police Beat, February, 2011

Tuesday, February 1 A vehicle ran into a fence in the 400 Block of East County Road 8. No injuries were reported. An injured cat was returned to its owner in the 600 block of Sunnywood Place. A 1980 Pontiac was reported stolen from the 200 block of Welch Avenue. A resident in the 200 block of Second Street saw footprints in the snow and reported having a prowler. The police though otherwise and listed the report as unfounded. Wednesday, January 2 Police assisted ... Full Story

Schmidt’s Bakery closed down, again

Schmidt’s Bakery closed down, again

According to an employee, agents of the Colorado Department of Revenue entered the Loveland Schmidt's Olde Time Bakery this morning and locked the doors and then asked the customers to leave. Employees were give time to put food back into freezers and coolers and then they too had to leave. Apparently, the deal struck last year to allow the popular restaurant to reopen had fallen through. The documents posted on the front door showed the bakery still owing July 2009 taxes plus several ... Full Story

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