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Tuesday, June 28, 2016

‘Community News’ Archives

Serious accident at Highway 287 intersection

Serious accident at Highway 287 intersection

Demolished Subaru at the northeast corner of the intersection of US Highway 287 and Mountain Avenue. Berthoud emergency personnel responded to a report of a four-car motor vehicle accident on US Highway 287 at State Highway 56 on Wednesday afternoon. The accident happened a few minutes before 4 p.m. and scattered car parts and broken glass over a wide area of the usually busy intersection. Keith Burgess had a ringside seat for the accident. Burgess was sitting at the signal waiting to ... Full Story

Lions Club Reverse Raffle

Lions Club Reverse Raffle

Grace Place was bustling on Monday evening as the Berthoud Lions Club held their annual Reverse Raffle. Curtis Wilson, in his white coat and top hat added his usual wit and humor to the evening. Fort Collins Lion, Alan Beatty provide even more humor and delightful songs and tales. There were the usual groans and moans as the names were erased from the big board and dreams of the $1,000 prize evaporated. The eventual winner was not present to accept his prize. Here is the evening in ... Full Story

Hickenlooper visits Berthoud

Hickenlooper visits Berthoud

The EnergyLogic staff poses with Denver Mayor John Hickenlooper at the company office in downtown Berthoud Denver mayor and Democratic Party gubernatorial candidate John Hickenlooper, was in Berthoud on Friday morning. Hickenlooper and his campaign staff came to  visit EnergyLogic, a thriving Berthoud business. Hickenlooper, who says, “I view myself as an entrepreneur on loan to public service,” plans to visit as many towns and as many businesses as possible. In a private, interview ... Full Story

Nikko Landeros shines as defensman for US sled hockey

Nikko Landeros shines as defensman for US sled hockey team

Nikko Landeros is well know here and is now well known around the world. Nikko has energized much of the world with is determination and pluck following the tragic accident on County Road 17 in which he and Tyler Carron lost their legs and nearly their lives. Nikko's team is well chronicled by major news sources and you can follow these links to see his story. Paralympics Team USA wins first round of sled hockey From Examiner.com Paralympics Update Day 3 9NEWS Paralympics Day ... Full Story

Main Street Station scheduled to open Friday, March 12

By Judy Lehn The folks at Main Street Station, formerly J.B. Clymer’s, are still doing fix-up, clean-up and repairs on their new digs at the former Abeyta’s, 335 Mountain Avenue.  Bob Nixon, co-owner along with his wife, Shari and his mother-in-law, Sharon Dowling, are creating a whole new restaurant.  The next item of business is new carpeting, with furniture soon to follow. They hope to open on Friday, March 12, with a grand opening scheduled later.

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

Berthoud Fire to perform hydrant flushing

Press Release BERTHOUD — Berthoud Fire Protection District crews will perform fire hydrant flushing starting 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday in the Little Thompson Water District outside the town of Berthoud. Flushing there will continue through March 10. Starting March 11, crews will flush hydrants inside Berthoud. According to Fire Marshal P. Michael Bruner, it is possible that sediment may be stirred up, causing brown water. He said residents should run a couple of faucets in their homes until the ... Full Story

‘Cow Dung Dust’ – Reading at Sunrise

If you missed the reading of this latest Rick Padden play at the Berthoud Four Square Church, you have another opportunity this weekend. Sunrise Ranch west of Loveland will host a staged reading of "Cow Dung Dust" on Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in the domed auditorium at the ranch, 100 Sunrise Ranch Road. The play is about an unlikely mixture of hitchhikers is brought together in the back of an 18-wheel cattle truck going 80-miles-an-hour through the desolate stretches of Route 66 – all with reason to ... Full Story

Cub Scout Racers

Cub Scout Racers

The results for the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby race for Berthoud Pack 7: Finals:   ( Race between the fastest 2 cars from each of the Dens): 1.    Callen Zink 2.    Tyler Rotar 3.    William Payne 4.    Justin Bauer 5.    Maxwell Payne 6.    Taylor Rodgers 7.    Mark Harris 8.    Trevor Wright 9.    Trent Rees 10.  Hunter Hursey Tiger Den:  1st grade  5 racers: 1.    Tyler Rotar 2.    Maxwell  Payne 3.    Justin Carter 4.    Peter Bullett 5.    ... Full Story

Douglas Nichols, Ph.D., 1942-2010

Douglas Nichols, Ph.D., 1942-2010

February 19, 1942 – January 21, 2010 Doug Nichols, Ph. D., paleontologist and Berthoud resident, passed away unexpectedly on Jan. 21, 2010, at the age of 67. Born in Jamaica, Long Island, N.Y., he was the son of Kenneth C. and Beatrice O. Nichols. Doug lived in Long Island, N.Y. and New Jersey while growing up. Since settling in Berthoud in 2005, Doug enthusiastically embraced life here in Berthoud. He made so many friends in the short time he lived here and thoroughly enjoyed the ... Full Story

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