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Saturday, April 19, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Legal Notice: Town of Berthoud Bills Allowed March

Bills Allowed, March 2010 Bills Allowed, March 2010 in alphabetical order.

Berthoud BOT agenda, April 27

BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING APRIL 27, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. 1.     Call to Order                    Mayor Tom Patterson 2.     Roll Call Mayor Tom Patterson Mayor Pro-Tem David Gregg Trustee Thomas Jones Trustee David Skiles Trustee John Bauer Trustee Jeff Hindman Trustee Dick Shepard 3.     Pledge of Allegiance               Mayor Patterson 4.     Citizen Participation 5.     ... Full Story

McKee Medical Center dedicates new Chapel

McKee Medical Center dedicates new Chapel

After years of planning, the McKee Medical Center Chapel was dedicated on April 15. Many of the hospital staff took the opportunity to stop by and see the finished product. Hospital Chaplin Bruce Rippe said he was very actively involved with the process of designing this space. He wanted a place that was spiritual, where people could meditate without the space having an overly religious tone. “What better way to do that than bring in the natural world,” ... Full Story

“Hello Dolly,” the ladies of Loveland come

“Hello Dolly,” the ladies of Loveland come to Berthoud

Virginia Huppe and Fran Robison “I’m not a doll person, I’m a clothes person.” said Fran Robison as she began her presentation to those gathered at the McCarty-Fickel house to hear about the Ladies of Loveland. Robison said she never had doll when she was a girl. Instead, she cut out the models from the Sears and Roebuck catalogue and made dresses for them. She has always liked clothing and when she was blessed with a daughter, she delighted in making her ... Full Story

Abby Yeagle recipient of Jabaily Community Service

Abby Yeagle recipient of Jabaily Community Service Scholorship

The Jabaily Community Service Scholarship commorates Dr. Joe Jabaily’s deep commitment to community service. The Scholarship is given annually to graduating seniors in the Thompson School District. Jabaily served as president of the Thompson Board of Education. The award is available to any college bound senior in good standing whose life activities include political and environmental activism, concern for civil rights and minorities, support for world peace and respect for the ... Full Story

Yak, Yak at the Berthoud Library

Yak, Yak at the Berthoud Library

The Berthoud By the Book Planning Committee put together an entertaining finale for this year’s book selection. The setting for Three Cups of Tea is Pakistan and Afghanistan and the committee brought together many elements to highlight the culture of the region. Visitors to Friday’s Persian New Year's party were greeted by two yaks. These are local yaks, born at Gillette Farms of Berthoud. Mindy and Maggie are yearlings now, but when they grow up, they will weigh about 800 pounds. ... Full Story

Just Another High School Play

Just Another High School Play

Stage Manager Sonya Ropek is disgusted with the Assistant Director Austin Puckett who does not seem to understand the seriousness of their situation. No disrespect intended, that is the title of the upcoming Berthoud High School drama production. The play opens as a group of high school actors, who have been abandoned by their drama teacher, have to fend for themselves on opening night in front of an impatient audience. In fact, the teacher has left them hanging because no ... Full Story

Berthoud and Loveland Teams Complete Preparations for

Berthoud and Loveland Teams Complete Preparations for VEX World Championship in Dallas, TX

Berthoud, CO (Action Works) The two Berthoud High School teams and the Bill Reed Middle School team completed preparations for the VEX World Championship being held this week in Dallas, TX.  This highly anticipated event brings over 400 teams from all over the globe for competition.  Teams come from as far away as New Zealand, Australia, China and Europe. “We are very well prepared this year,” said Brad Von Seggern, coach of the Berthoud High Robotics teams.  “Usually ... Full Story

Clue to Rapidly Progressing Alzheimer’s Disease?

Clue to Rapidly Progressing Alzheimer’s Disease?

MADISON, Wis. -- People who are not aware they are developing mild memory problems as they age may develop Alzheimer’s disease at a faster rate than those who do notice their memory is slipping. Studying the part of the brain that appraises and makes decisions could help predict who is at risk for rapidly advancing Alzheimer’s disease, according to a University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health researcher. “The disease is a significant public health concern with the ... Full Story

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