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Wednesday, October 22, 2014

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State News: Economy Might Raise Need for Energy Help

Recent data shows a rise in poverty in Colorado, but it doesn't reflect the worst of the current recession. (more…)

Power outage hits Berthoud

Recorder StaffBerthoud was among several towns that lost electrical power late Thursday afternoon. Berthoud Fire Protection District monitors recorded the outage at 3:10 p.m. for traffic, business and home lights east of CR17. Berthoud Police directed traffic and offered assistance during the four- to five-hour long outage. (more…)

Silk awarded for excellence

Recorder StaffAllstate Insurance Company recently recognized local Allstate agency owner Bob Silk with the Regional Champions award for high standards in customer satisfaction, customer retention and profitable business growth. (more…)

Berthoud and state’s firefighters memorialize fallen

Berthoud Fire Protection District, along with fire stations and government buildings across the state, lowered their U.S. and state flags to half-mast Sunday in observance of the 28th annual National Firefighters Memorial Service. A moment of silence was taken by those on duty at both Berthoud Fire stations, honoring their brothers and sisters who died in the line of duty. (more…)

Third-graders dive into indigenous Plains cultures

By Laurie HindmanBerthoud RecorderWhen the tipis rise on Berthoud Elementary front lawn, the community is put on notice that students are studying the Plains Indians cultures. For them, “Tipi Week” is the culmination of a district-wide social studies unit that begins in August for all third grade classes. (more…)

Spring 2009 AP Scholars named

More than 120 Thompson School District students, including 14 from Berthoud High, earned the designation of AP Scholar by the College Board in recognition of their exceptional achievement on the college-level AP Exams. (more…)

Shoots traps and leaves

By Gary WamsleyBerthoud RecorderIt has been another busy week in Berthoud. The repaving of Bunyan Avenue from First Street to the railroad tracks went smoothly. The project improved the westbound approach to the track crossing so that it no longer functions as a speed bump. That is probably a good effect as that route will probably become an often-used alternate route as soon as the digging starts at the roundabout. (more…)

Oct. 8, 2009

Berthoud Barley Days thanksI would like to take this opportunity to thank everyone involved in the Berthoud Barley Days & BBQ event at Fickel Park last Saturday on Oct. 3. Many thanks to High Country Beverage, ReMax Town & Country and the Weekly Surveyor who sponsored the event; many thanks to Grand Rental Station who ma (more…)

Breast cancer survivor Bowman advises women to follow

By Laurie HindmanBerthoud RecorderMichelle Bowman was living in Mexico when she dreamed she had breast cancer. She also had discomfort in her left breast. Upon return to her home in Berthoud she went immediately to her family physician, who did a thorough breast exam and assured her she had nothing to worry about. Bowman is a registered nurse, a licensed acupuncturist and the director of Longmont United Hospital’s Health Center of Integrative Therapies. (more…)

Oct. 8, 2009

Tuesday, Sept. 29 A report is due on a harassment call at the Berthoud Living Center. Police gave a verbal warning to individuals involved in a verbal disturbance at a business in the 1000 block of Second Street. Wednesday, Oct. 30 The Berthoud Conoco reported a counterfeit $10 bill. A woman came to the police station and asked for an officer to accompany her to retrieve her wallet. The wallet had been found by a local man who called her and said he would leave it on his front porch. A ... Full Story

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