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Saturday, December 3, 2016

‘Area News’ Archives

Update on Berthoud Shooting

SWAT team kills Berthoud man Coloradoan.com By Robert Allen Ben Haskew, 36, is identifed as the Berthoud man shot and killed early Tuesday morning after opening fire on a Larimer County Sheriff's Office Swat team ...   Haskew was a local cub scout leader and planned scout meetings at Berthoud Elementary School on Tuesday evening were cancelled. News Release Berthoud Colorado shooting death Department: Coroner Release Date: Nov 9, 2010 On November 9, 2010 there was a police involved ... Full Story

First Coffee with Cabrera scheduled

First Coffee with Cabrera scheduled

Thompson School District Superintendent Ron Cabrera will be available to meet with members of the community during an informal session Thursday, Nov. 18, from 6:30 to 8 a.m. at Schmidt’s Bakery and Delicatessen, 808 14th Street SW. Dr. Cabrera will answer questions from staff, parents and other members of the community during the first of several informal gatherings scheduled in the weeks to come at various locations within the district. The next one is Dec. 15 at the Loveland Coffee ... Full Story

Berthoud Town Board: Agenda, Nov 9

Berthoud Town Board: Agenda, Nov 9

Thompson School District Accountability Advisory

The Thompson School District Accountability Advisory Committee which monitors school effectiveness plans and the district's accountability process will meet at 6:00 p.m. Tuesday, November 9th at the Administration Building in the Boardroom, 800 South Taft Avenue, Loveland. The public is invited.

Abby Yeagle recognized for community service

Abby Yeagle recognized for community service

RICHMOND, Ind. Berthoud High School 2010 graduate Abigail Yeagle, an Earlham College first-year and student and daughter of Theresa and Mark Yeagle of Berthoud, has been selected as a Bonner Scholar this semester at the college. The Bonner Scholars Program is a four-year developmental leadership program that is rooted in community service. Supported by the Bonner Foundation in Princeton, New Jersey, the Bonner Scholarship provides tuition and summer support for 15 Earlham students per class ... Full Story

Gouda Cheese Purchased at Costco Linked to E.coli

Gouda Cheese Purchased at Costco Linked to E.coli

O157:H7 Multi-State Outbreak DENVER—State health and Tri-County Health Department officials Friday warned consumers who purchased or sampled Dutch Style Gouda Cheese (Costco item 40654) at Costco locations that it has been linked to five-state outbreak of E.coli O157:H7 infections. Consumers who have any of this cheese should not eat it. They should return it to the place of purchase or dispose of it in a closed plastic bag and place it in a sealed trash can to prevent people or animals, ... Full Story

N2N in support of United Way

N2N in support of United Way

To the editor: Economists tell us the recession is nearly over. Meanwhile, here in Larimer County, the ongoing ripple effects of the economic downturn have devastating impacts, as unstable housing disrupts employment, education, health and family stability. Job loss and foreclosures are forcing homeowners to return to renting. This drives vacancy rates down and rental prices up. And, it’s not just homeowners feeling the pinch: more and more families are living in poverty and on the brink ... Full Story

Meningitis, a mother’s story

Meningitis, a mother’s story

  Help Protect Your Children from Meningitis By Shara Ludlum As a mother of two active preteen children, I do all that I can to keep them healthy and safe. Now that school is back in session, I encourage all parents to learn about meningococcal meningitis and speak with their child’s health-care provider about vaccination. Meningococcal meningitis is a rare, but serious bacterial infection that can take an otherwise healthy child’s life in just a single day. The Centers for Disease ... Full Story

Turner Middle School, October Students of the Month

Turner Middle School, October Students of the Month

Jack comes to class ready to learn.  He takes responsibility for his learning by being a good listener and participating.  Jack asks great questions that reflect his high level of thinking.       Shawn is a very consistently strong student in science.  He is dependable and reliable.  Shawn is a great contributor to the class and is always completing exceptional work.  Thanks, Shaw, for your positive participation in ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Beat, October 2010

Berthoud Police Beat, October 2010

Berthoud Police Beat October Friday, October 1 Police responded to a report of liquor in Berthoud Park, but found no violation. Two barking dog complaints were received between 7:30 and 8 p.m. The first in the 800 block of Longview, the second on Sage Place. Both pet owners were give verbal warnings. Seven drivers were stopped for traffic or vehicle violations and three were issued summonses. Citations: Darren Palombo: Parked vehicle on wrong side of roadway Danielle Sciortino: Speed ... Full Story

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