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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Meningitis outbreak in Larimer County

Meningitis outbreak in Larimer County

The Larimer County Department of Health and Environment is investigating several cases of meningococcal disease that have occurred over the past two weeks in Fort Collins, resulting in one death. Three cases have been confirmed as invasive meningococcal infections. Test results are still pending on one case with symptoms of bacterial meningitis. The Health Department is looking into connections among any of the cases, and this investigation is ongoing. Meningococcal disease is a severe ... Full Story

Poudre flooding closes Greeley roads

Poudre flooding closes Greeley roads

River Flooding Prompts Greeley Public Works to Close 35th Avenue & Poudre River Trail. The Cache La Poudre River through Greeley continues to run at or near flood stage due to rain and snowmelt. As a result, Greeley’s public works department has now added 35th Avenue between F Street and O Street to the list of closed streets. These Greeley Streets remain closed: 6th Ave from 5th St. to the Poudre River bridge; 71st Ave from Poudre River Ranch north to O Street; 83rd Ave and 95th ... Full Story

Obituary: Orlando Franklin Platzek

Obituary: Orlando Franklin Platzek

Orlando Franklin Platzek March 3, 1914 – June 14, 2010 Orlando F. Platzek of Berthoud died Monday, 14 June 2010. He was 96. He was born in Crested Butte on 3 March 1914. He was a World War II combat veteran in the United States Navy. He was preceded in death by his wife Jean and his son Ronald. He is survived by his sister Lena James of Claremont, California; his son Roger (Sue) Platzek of Berthoud; and his daughter Rita (Mark) Larsen of Thornton. He also has nine grandchildren and ... Full Story

Cold Murder Cases Solved

Cold Murder Cases Solved

DATE: June 14, 2010 Larimer County: In a press conference today, the Larimer County Sheriff's Office Investigators announced they have closed two cold case files from the 1980's. The body of Orma B. Smith, 02/29/1888, of Longmont, was found on July 9, 1982, in a stream three miles east of Big Elk Meadows with multiple stab wounds. John Agrue, 09/11/1947, was considered a suspect at that time but no charges were filed. In 1966, Agrue pled guilty in Will County, Illinois, to the ... Full Story

Berthoud High School 2010 Semester 2 Honor Roll

Berthoud High School 2010 Semester 2 Honor Roll

  GPA 4.0 And Above   Grade 09 Kelsey Angus, Sarah Brickey, Mimi Garcia, Emilie Henning, Lindsey Karlin, Lindsey Loberg, Megan Loberg, Aja Mattise Lorenzen, Stefani Messick, Sierra Stippich, Nathaniel Ver Steeg, Kellie Ward Grade 10 Britney Berens, Daniel Bosnich, Rachael Carter, Dillon Fagler, Maddison Funk, Tara Groat, NataLee Hawkins, Lindsey Pott, Luke Read, Dalton Sannes, Rachel Vaughan Grade 11 Marie Allison, Jess Angus, ... Full Story

DOW meeting in Berthoud

DOW meeting in Berthoud

Colorado Division of Wildlife Commissioner Bob Streeter will hold a public meeting Monday in Berthoud to hear constituents' concerns about wildlife issues in the northeast region. Streeter, who represents northern and northeastern Colorado and the public at large, will discuss landowner vouchers, recent issues from the angler roundtables for the five-year fishing regulation plan, management of state wildlife areas and any other issues of concern. Streeter is a retired wildlife ... Full Story

First Presbyterian Church sings farewell to Beth

First Presbyterian Church sings farewell to Beth Sommers

By Claudia Todd-Young When she was recently asked why she chose this particular time to retire from her 45-year long position as choir director at the First Presbyterian Church in Berthoud, Beth Sommers said, “Why now? I figured that God would let me know when it was time to quit. Now is the time,” Sommers said. Her tenure of 45 years has allowed Sommers to see church history in the making. She saw three pastors and three interim pastors come into the church. She has also seen many ... Full Story

Earthsky Tonight—June 9: Ophiuchus and the Serpent

Earthsky Tonight—June 9: Ophiuchus and the Serpent

Courtesy of EarthSky A Clear Voice for Science www.EarthSky.org Hopefully, you will have a dark, country sky for today’s view. If so, you might catch a glimpse of the constellation Ophiuchus the Serpent Bearer. Its head is marked by the star Rasalhague. Ophiuchus is joined in legend and in the sky to the constellation of the Serpent, called Serpens. This is one constellation that looks to me like what it is supposed to: a big guy holding a snake. The constellation is identified ... Full Story

Final Paving Operations to Close I-25 Ramps At

Final Paving Operations to Close I-25 Ramps At Crossroads Boulevard This Week

Loveland— This week, crews will conduct final paving operations on the new on and off-ramps at I-25 and Crossroads Boulevard. This work will require full closures of the ramps for approximately one day. The northbound ramp closures will take place tomorrow, June 8 and the southbound ramp closures will take place on Wednesday, June 9. To complete the work, the following closures will be in place, weather permitting: Tuesday, June 8 Crossroads Boulevard to Northbound I-25: The on-ramp ... Full Story

Legal Notice, NFRMPO-Availability of FTA Funding

Notice of FTA funding availability for FY 2010 The purpose of this notice is to announce the availability of financial assistance for Federal Fiscal Year 2010 for Federal Transit Administration (FTA) grant funds administered by the North Front Range Metropolitan Planning Organization (NFRMPO).  This grant cycle offers one new funding opportunity for those interested in receiving FTA funding assistance  - Section 5316/Job Access/Reverse Commute (JARC). The NFRMPO expects to have ... Full Story

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