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Monday, December 22, 2014

‘Area News’ Archives

Zinc-y foods for optimal performance

By Megan Reece Thomas Berthoud Recorder Despite the health problems we have in our country, in America we still have access to the safest and most varied food supply in the world. If you eat a balanced diet, you are properly feeding your body for optimal health and well-being. (more…)

Around Town: Strawberry tea and barking dogs

By Gary Wamsley Berthoud Recorder This week is a potpourri of ideas. I noticed that some of you might have lost quarters in the newspaper vending machine at the post office. (more…)

Nutrition, lifestyle choices key to reducing breast

By Laurie Hindman Berthoud Recorder Michelle Bowman is a woman on a mission: to educate as many women as possible on breast health and the prevention of breast cancer. “I don’t want anyone to ever have to go through what I experienced,” she says. A breast cancer survivor, Bowman is also a registered nurse, licensed acupuncturist and the director of Longmont United Hospital’s Health Center of Integrated Therapies. Last week the Berthoud Recorder profiled Bowman’s diagnosis of breast ... Full Story

Police Beat: Oct. 15, 2009

Tuesday, Oct. 6 Police responded to suspicious activity at the First Baptist Church on Bunyan Ave. but found no criminal violation. Several warnings and one summons were issued after traffic stops. An officer responded to the report that five kids were tearing up the basketball hoop at the First United Methodist Church. The officer reported that he found no signs of vandalism. Wednesday, Oct. 7 A man who had rented a unit at the self storage reported to police that everything was missing, ... Full Story

Fire Beat: Oct. 15, 2009

Monday, Oct. 5 BFPD assisted with a medical call on Fifth St. The patient was transported. Wednesday, Oct. 7 BFPD assisted with a medical call for breathing difficulties on Horseshoe Dr. The patient was transported. (more…)

Berthoud High grad Yannutz wills way to Ironman finish

View from the SidelinesBy Michael HicksBerthoud RecorderThe last time Dave Yannutz visited his son, Brian, then a sophomore at the University of Hawaii at Hilo, they were working out in the weight room. On the wall was a poster for the Ford Ironman World Championship. “I told him that I’m going to do that some day,” said the 2006 Berthoud High graduate and 21-year-old senior majoring in marine science.Dave Yannutz thought his son was crazy.“He’s never been very ... Full Story

Scary movies for Halloweenies

By Dani WhiteBerthoud RecorderIt is always fun to watch a scary movie on Halloween. It isn’t fun to be frightened beyond one’s threshold of tolerable fear, however. Not all of us were programmed to revere the bloodcurdling, nailbiting, ultra-grisly horror movie, yet we can certainly enjoy the less terrifying avenues of the genre. (more…)

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…)

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