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Tuesday, September 30, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Scouting for Food

Scouting for Food

      February 25, 2012 Local Berthoud Boy Scout Packs/Troops & Girl Scout Troops will be in your neighborhood to collect food for local families in need on Saturday February 25. Please fill a bag with any canned or non-perishable foods that you would like to contribute and leave it on your front porch before 8:30 a.m.  Saturday. Scouts will be by early Saturday morning to pick up donations and take them to the House of Neighborly Service for distribution for ... Full Story

Geek out at your library®

Geek out at your library®

Geek out at your library® during Teen Tech Week 2012 Local teens will be tuning in at the library as Berthoud Community Library celebrates the annual Teen Tech Week March 4-10, 2012. We join thousands of other libraries and schools across the country in celebrating this year’s theme, Geek Out @ your library®.  Teen Tech Week is a national initiative of the Young Adult Library Services Association (YALSA) aimed at teens, their parents, educators and other concerned adults. The purpose ... Full Story

Deni LaRue to fill in for Commissioner Donnelly

Deni LaRue to fill in for Commissioner Donnelly citizens’ meeting

Berthoud: Wednesday, February 22, 8:30a.m.@ the Light House Cafe @ Grace Place, 250 Mountain Ave., Berthoud. This last minute note from Deni: Commissioner Donnelly needs to attend a county-sponsored economic summit tomorrow morning and won't be able to make it to Berthoud. I volunteered to come and talk about Larimer County 101, our citizens college and other county topics. I know I'm not as entertaining as Commissioner Donnelly, however I hope you can still make it! Deni  

The state of Cain in the modern world

The state of Cain in the modern world

    21 February 2012 Dear Editor: It is not just wishful thinking that states can live without the death penalty. Generally, states that do not have capital punishment have lower homicide rates than states that have capital punishment. People of New Testament times need to consider what Jesus did when asked about the legality of divorce. Jesus was aware of His present time and of what the law stated, but He referenced a time before the law was ever given to reveal ... Full Story

Berthoud Library goes to the dogs

Berthoud Library goes to the dogs

The Berthoud Community Library will be hosting its second "Paws to Read" this Monday February 27 from 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm. This program is sponsored by Paws for Responsibility, a Colorado non-profit organization. Screened, trained and registered therapy dogs and their volunteer handlers offer opportunities for children grades 1-5 to improve reading skills. There are still have spots open for readers to sign up!  Please call the library at 970-532-2757 and sign up today!

Heartland Institute and the FBI

I received this interesting message from John Reisman who points out the the FBI may not appreciate the Heartland Institute using them as their corporate enforcer. Mr. Reisman has submitted a complaint on my behalf in this matter. The Text of his message follows. Attn. Joseph Bast,
Attn. Jim Lakely,
and your legal team, You should be ashamed of yourself. How dare you threaten a Retired Military Officer, or any American Citizen with such tripe. The audacity of your ilk knows no sensible ... Full Story

Stories from the heart

Stories from the heart

        Sweet stories at the Library on Valentines Day. Fables, classic & modern stories, plus folktales were told by these enchanting spellbinders: Sharon Bauer, Nora Heaton, Kathy Weddel, Jody Glasgow, Constance Holland and Elektra Greer.   Photos by Robyn Hutson

Shelton Announces for HD 49

James Shelton Announces Candidacy for House District 49 BERTHOUD, COLO—Berthoud resident James Shelton announced his candidacy for Colorado House District 49 this week. “The issues facing rural Northern Colorado are not red or blue, and they don’t affect just independents, republicans, or democrats; they impact us all,” said Shelton. “Solutions need to be brainstormed and collaborated. We need to seek out the facts, gain perspective, draft a plan and attack the issue, not the ... Full Story

Jeremy Roush cooking it up at Amherst

Local celebrity Chef Jeremy Roush has a cooking video in the "Mass Appeal." Jeremy is the former operator of the Berthoud Wayside Inn and is now the Executive Chef at Amherst College. Thanks to Jeremy's father Dave for sending this link to  the video from a local TV broadcast. The video window is in the upper left and starts with some delicious looking cookies. A short advertisement follows and our friend Jeremy takes center ... Full Story

Winter Storm Fire Safety

Safety tips from the Berthoud Fire Protection District A wide range of natural disasters occurs within the United States every year. Natural disasters can have a devastating effect on you and your home. The U.S. Fire Administration encourages you to use the following safety tips to help protect yourself, your family and your home from the potential threat of fire during or after a winter storm. You can greatly reduce your chances of becoming a fire casualty by being able to identify ... Full Story

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