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Berthoud Police Beat, March 2010

Berthoud Police Beat, March 2010

Monday, March 1 Police responded to an early morning verbal disturbance in the 200 block of Second Street. The situation was handled by the officer. A report of fraud came in from the 200 block of Victoria Street. The woman had received an email trying to lure her into being a “WalMart Secret Shopper.” This is a well-known fraud and is even profiled on the WalMart website. Since the savvy resident did not fall for the scam, there was no criminal violation. Police responded to a motor ... Full Story

DOW captures bull at large

Press Release: Larimer County Sheriff's Department At approximately 8:30 a. m. on Friday, March 26, Larimer County Sheriff's Office received a call about a bull running loose in the County. Sheriff's deputies responded along with Larimer County Animal Control and the Colorado Division of Wildlife. Members of the LCSO Posse also responded to provide assistance. The bull had escaped from a pasture near County Road 11C and County Road 30 and wandered almost three miles to the area of Ziegler Road ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight — Earthsky Tonight

Earthsky Tonight — Earthsky Tonight

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Tonight, the waxing gibbous moon shines in front of the constellation Gemini, and is flanked by two beautiful stars. To the north of the moon is Capella, the beacon star in the constellation Auriga the Charioteer. To the moon’s south you will find Procyon, the brightest light in the constellation Canis Minor the Little Dog. When you look at the moon at the same time each day, the moon appears to be farther east of where it ... Full Story

Odyssey of the Mind for Second Grade

Odyssey of the Mind for Second Grade

Berthoud Elementary School fielded two teams in Saturdays Odyssey of the Mind Long’s Peak Tournament at Berthoud High School. Odyssey is an international educational program that provides creative problem solving opportunities for students from kindergarten through college. The kindergarten through second grade students participates in the non-competitive Primary category. All primary teams use the same problem to create their skits and all students receive a medal for participation. ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight — March 6, 2010: Last quarter moon

Earthsky Tonight — March 6, 2010: Last quarter moon near red star Antares

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org If you are an early riser, look out a south-facing window on the morning of March 7 (Sunday) to see a lovely last quarter moon in front of the constellation Scorpius the Scorpion. The reddish star near the moon is Antares, considered the Scorpion’s ruby Heart. Antares is a red supergiant star, located roughly opposite in the sky to another famous red supergiant star, Betelgeuse in the constellation Orion the Hunter. Both ... Full Story

Fire Beat: February 2010

Fire Beat: February 2010

Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Reports- February, 2010 Updated March 2 Monday, Feb. 1 BFPD assisted with a medical call on Megan Way. The patient was transported. BFPD assisted with a medical call for injury from an assault at Berthoud High School. BFPD dive rescue team responded to a call for two dogs found in the lake near the Northern Colorado Water Conservancy District. A responsible party rescued one dog before the dive team’s arrival. The BFPD dive team searched the area, ... Full Story

Doug Nichols—scientist, colleague, mentor, friend

By Gary Wamsley The Recorder Online Several of us from Berthoud braved the slick streets and Denver traffic to pay our respects to friend and neighbor, Doug Nichols. For the celebration of his life, we joined his family, other friends and colleagues in the Ricketson Auditorium  at the Denver Museum of Science and Nature. They came from afar to honor a man who obviously meant so much to them. The collaborators on his most recent research project came from Japan and Europe to pay their ... Full Story

Fire Beat: January 2010

Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Activity for January 2010 Friday, Jan. 1, 2010 BFPD responded to a propane leak in a structure on So. County Road 31. The resident owner was not on scene. The fire crew searched the property and determined there were no hazards present. Saturday, Jan. 2, 2010 BFPD assisted with a medical call for a patient having chest pains on Fourth St. Sunday, Jan. 3, 2009 BFPD responded to Highway 287 for a reported outside fire in the Riverglen area.  After ... Full Story

Former Recorder columnist Doug Nichols passes away

We were saddened to learn that our friend and colleague Doug Nicols passed away this afternoon. Doug had taken a fall in December and suffered a broken leg. He seemed to be recovering when he suddenly lost consciousness and was rushed to the hospital where he remained in a coma until today. The preliminary report indicates a blood clot in the brain. Nichols was a retired micropaleontologist who volunteered at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science and wrote the column "Our Natural World" for ... Full Story

Berthoud High School 2010 Semester 1 Honor Roll

Berthoud High School 2010 Semester 1 Honor Roll 4.0 And Above Grade  9 Sarah Brickey, Mimi Garcia, Hannah Haggas, Richard Lawler, Alexandra Liebman, Lindsey Loberg, Megan Loberg, Aja Mattise Lorenzen, Stefani Messick, Tucker Skoric, Sierra Stippich, Morgan Thonhoff, Nathaniel Ver Steeg, Kellie Ward Grade 10 Britney Berens, Daniel Bosnich, Dillon Fagler, Nicholas Fleegal, Maddison Funk, NataLee Hawkins, Lindsey Pott, Luke Read, Dalton Sannes, Lucille Skrobacz, ... Full Story

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