Local Photographer Tim Hardy has put together a video slide show of the Habitat Kids Fun Run and the 5K race and the Berthoud Day Parade. He would like to share this essay with our readers. Click on the links below. Berthoud Habitat for Humanity 1K and 5K run. Berthoud Day Parade.
Thursday, June 13, from noon to 9 p.m., Grandpa's Cafe will donate 25% of proceeds to Project Self-Sufficiency. Project Sel-Sufficiency helps low-income single parents become self-sufficient. With offices in Loveland and Fort Collins, Project Self-Sufficiency serves Berthoud families out of their Loveland office. Visit www.ps-s.org to learn more about Project Self-Sufficiency.
The style of historical Colorado women comes alive for the "Change of Seasons, Change of Clothes" doll exhibition at the McCarty-Fickel house on June 10 at 7 p. m. As the seasons change, so did the elaborate outfits of Colorado's notable ladies. Petticoats, hats, and exquisitely intricate dresses were part of the daily costume of women from all walks of life in the 19th and early 20th centuries, and the local ladies kept up with the looks of the time. As summer weather grew warmer, women ... Full Story
It was a beautiful day and everything seemed to go off smoothly. From the pancake breakfast to the evening shows, everyone seemed to be enjoying themselves. We will give a recap of the days activities in pictures. The 90 photos of the parade include nearly every entry. If you missed it, you can watch the parade online. We will start with the Habitat 5K race. First the results. 1K kids run Girls 1st place: Jessa Pirkey, age 9 2nd place: Sophia Kathol, age 8 3rd place: ... Full Story
Update June 4. The investigating officers of the Colorado State Patrol have concluded that the pickup truck crossed into the eastbound lane in front of the empty cement truck. The driver of the pickup was Travis McPherson, 20, of Loveland. The driver of the cement truck was Edward Brown, 59, of Johnstown. Brown suffered a broken rib in the accident. At 11:52 a.m. on Thursday, June 3, Berthoud Police, Weld County Sheriff and Colorado State Patrol received calls about an accident on ... Full Story
Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Activity for May Monday, May 3 BFPD had a medical Assist on Michigan Avenue. Patient was transported. Tuesday, May 4 BFPD responded to a power line down/arcing, nothing was found on arrival. Wednesday, May 5 BFPD was cancelled en route to a MVA on the interstate. BFPD responded to a medical assist on Spartan Avenue. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to a medial assist on Iowa Avenue. Crews assisted family ... Full Story
Shortly after 5 p.m. on May 31, Berthoud fire responded to 4529 West County Road 4 where they found a motor home with the front engulfed in flames. The motor home was parked in the vicinity of the log home but the crew from Station #2 managed to keep the fire contained. However, It was not until another unit arrived from Station #1 to assist that fire fighters were able to extinguish the flames. There were apparently no injuries as the Thompson Valley Emergency Medical Service ... Full Story
Lions Club members Sam MacDonald, John Bona, Curtis Wilson, Mike Waldo and Jon Erickson placed 14 flags at Greenlawn Cemetery early on Monday morning. The annual observance of Memorial Day was marked by the Berthoud Lions Club putting up a row of flags at Greenlawn Cemetery. The flag raising has been a Lions’ tradition for more years than the volunteers can recall. Inside the cemetery, the graves of veterans had already been marked with small individual flags. Initially ... Full Story
2nd Annual Wind Swept Acres ￼ Car, Truck Tractor Show Saturday, June 12 2 pm-6 pm 1228 N. County Road 23, Berthoud Free Spectators Admission 1st 100 Participant entries will receive a free T-Shirt Food Provided – Water & Soda Available - Donations Happily Accepted- This show is powered by Volunteers and Donations All Proceeds to Benefit Berthoud Habitat for Humanity Sponsor this event with a 2’ x 6’ banner for ... Full Story