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Tuesday, August 30, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘Berthou’

Turner Middle School: September Students of the Month

Turner Middle School: September Students of the Month

6th Grade – Shelby Braesch Shelby comes to class prepared and ready to learn.  Her work is top quality and reflects her effort.  Shelby participates and always contributes to our class discussions.  She is a great thinker. 7th Grade – Bailey Patterson Bailey is very meticulous in her work and demonstrates great enthusiasm for learning.  She consistently produces outstanding work and is eager to help others with activities or projects. ... Full Story

Colorado’s Natural Fireworks—Volcanoes

By Doug Nichols Berthoud Recorder Recently, fireworks have been heard around town, but they were nothing compared with Colorado’s natural fireworks -- volcanoes. Volcanoes in Colorado? Yes! Well, not recently, but definitely in the geological past. The most recent volcanic eruption in Colorado took place about 4,200 years ago near the present day town of Dotsero, by the confluence of the Colorado and Eagle Rivers, in the north-central part of the state. Interstate 70 cuts across the lava ... Full Story

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