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Saturday, August 2, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Rabies Confirmed in Skunks, Foxes, Horses and Cat

Rabies Confirmed in Skunks, Foxes, Horses and Cat

Department of Public Health and Environment Thursday, Aug, 19, 2010 DENVER—So far in 2010, the Colorado Department of Public Health and Environment Laboratory and Colorado State University Diagnostic Laboratory have confirmed rabies in 99 animals. According to state health officials, 34 skunks, 54 bats, seven foxes, one domestic cat, one horse, one mule deer and one muskrat have tested positive for rabies this year. In 2009, 103 animals tested positive for rabies in Colorado, ... Full Story

Berthoud man charged in attack on cyclists

Berthoud driver charged after witnesses said he attacked Fort Collins cyclists A Berthoud man is facing charges that he attacked a group of cyclists with an aluminum baseball bat, destroying a $4,800 bicycle. The Coloradoan

Many choices in November general election

Many choices in November general election

In this fall’s general election, voters will be deciding the winners in contests for a number of federal, state and county government posts as well as judges, constitutional amendments and propositions. Following is a list of area candidates for office expected to be on the general-election ballots in November. • U. S. Senate: Democrat: Michael F. Bennet, Denver (incumbent) Republican: Ken Buck, Greeley Libertarian Maclyn “Mac” Stringer, Centennial Green ... Full Story

Berthoud, Board agendas

Berthoud, Board agendas

Tree Board No Meeting in August   Board Of Trustees Study Session August 17, 2010 No Meeting     Town Of Berthoud Utility Advisory Board Town Hall August 18, 2010 5:30 p.m. 1. Update on water quality improvement project                                                                                   Stephanie Brothers 2, Update on the opportunities for electric service for the Prairie Star development ... Full Story

School Board member Dennis Brietbarth passes away

I received the following press release from Thompson School District this morning. I am deeply saddened by the loss. Dennis and I served together on the McKee Foundation board and we always visited at the meetings and at the Board of Education meetings. He was dedicated to public service and his passing is a great loss to the community and to me personally. Gary Wamsley Update :Services will be held at Trinity Lutheran Church, 3333 North Dunfield Ave., Loveland, Colorado on Tuesday, ... Full Story

Selling a piece of the Berthoud Meteorite

Selling a piece of the Berthoud Meteorite

The following notice was sent to people on the "meteorite-list." It indicates new owners of the Berthoud meteorite and a desire to sell at lease a piece of it. Hello list members, We have recently acquired the Berthoud, Colorado eucrite. Many of you remember this event on October 5, 2004 when a gorgeous 960 gram single mass landed just 96 feet away from Megan Whiteis moments after she stepped out of her house. Megan told me that she and her son heard a whooshing and whistling ... Full Story

Cannabis church in Berthoud

Cannabis church in Berthoud

Longmont TimesCall "Holy Smoke: Dispensary owner starts church based on 'one of God's tools' BERTHOUD — Last month, Larry Hill traded in his medical marijuana dispensary in Longmont to start a cannabis church in Berthoud.

Berthoud Public Safety Day

Berthoud Public Safety Day

BERTHOUD PUBLIC SAFETY DAY August 14, 2010 9:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m. Bein Park The Town of Berthoud, in partnership with the Berthoud Police Department, Berthoud Fire Department, Thompson Valley Emergency Services, and Colorado State Patrol, is sponsoring a Public Safety Day. With children returning to school the following week, Town officials felt it was a good time to refresh safety information for elementary and middle school children. There will be bike helmet checks, ... Full Story

Master Gardeners, ground cover and more

Master Gardeners, ground cover and more

GROUND COVERS By: Dick Christensen Colorado State University Extension Master Gardener in Larimer County Turfgrass is arguably Colorado’s best-known ground cover, but it is not ideally suited to all locations. Deep shade, steep slopes, and areas with exposed tree roots may be good places to establish other plants, such as low-growing perennial ground covers. From a purely practical point of view, ground covers offer alternatives to turf in hard-to-mow sites and reduce the ... Full Story

Hepatitis at Grand Lake Restaurants

Grand County Public Health announced that a case of hepatitis A in a food worker employed at two Grand Lake, Colorado restaurants, Sagebrush BBQ & Grill and Max & T’s Bar and Grill, has been confirmed. Both restaurants have had very good records of inspections in the past and both are cooperating in the investigation. There are no other confirmed cases of hepatitis A at this time. People who ate at Max and T’s between July 26-30, or Sagebrush BBQ and Grill between July 24-Aug. 3, ... Full Story

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