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Friday, May 27, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Dr. Julie Anderson honored in Minnesota

Dr. Julie Anderson honored in Minnesota

  Julie Anderson, MD, FAAFP (Fellow of the American Academy of Family Physicians), was recently installed as President of the Minnesota Academy of Family Physicians, which represents over 3,000 Family Physicians in Minnesota. She is an Alumnus of Berthoud High School, Class of 1991, as well as the University of Colorado at Boulder, Class of 1995. She attended the University of Minnesota Medical School and also currently serves as Vice President of her clinic, St Cloud Medical Group, in ... Full Story

Little Thompson Water candidate

Little Thompson Water candidate

To the Editor: I am a candidate from South Loveland for the Little Thompson Water District board to serve as a voice for customers, including seniors, on future water policies and rate-setting including the issue of water for fracking purposes if it comes at the expense of other customers or leads to a rise in rates. Currently I am on the Advisory Board of the Larimer County Office on Aging and “graduated” from Larimer County 101 in 2011, a class run by the county to encourage more informed ... Full Story

Kevin Lundberg vs the IRS

Kevin Lundberg vs the IRS

Editor’ Note: Senator Lundberg is trying to make “political hay” on a non-issue. It is true that approximately 400,000 non-profits lost their status when they did not heed the notices about the need to start submitting annual reports to the IRS. However, as a board member a local non-profit, I know that our treasurer received the notice and found it easy to comply and there was no problem. I continued making the reports after she retired. Another organization, of which I am a member, did ... Full Story

Berthoud police release sketch of suspect

Berthoud police release sketch of suspect

  Berthoud police release composite sketch of alleged hate crime suspect Reporter-Herald Staff Report Posted:   04/18/2012 06:08:52 PM MDT Updated:   04/18/2012 06:23:09 PM MDT The Berthoud Police Department Wednesday released a composite sketch of a man suspected of participating in a hate crime committed against a black Berthoud High School foreign exchange student. Police described the man as white with blonde hair and greenish eyes, standing between 6-feet to 6-foot-5. He was last ... Full Story

Berthoud High School Drama Presents

Once Upon a Fairytale BHS drama students will be presenting our spring play, Once Upon a Fairytale, April 18 -21. This play is a fun-filled parody of a fairy tale that involves a spoiled rotten princess, her wicked aunt, a clueless shepherd and a couple of trolls of questionable intelligence. There will be a special 4:00 p.m. performance on Wednesday, April 18 for children and families who might not be able to attend in the evening. The performances on Thursday, Friday and Saturday are 7:00 ... Full Story

Berthoud student attacked

Berthoud student attacked

    Berthoud police investigate possible hate crime against exchange student BERTHOUD, Colo. (CBS4) – A black foreign exchange student from Germany says she was viciously attacked in a park in Berthoud. Now police are calling it a hate crime. Police say a group of white men accosted the 15-year-old student in Bein Park, which is right next to Berthoud High School. The girl is a junior at Berthoud High School. Last Thursday she was walking home through the park when she said she was ... Full Story

Obituary: Maurice “Red” Haworth

Obituary: Maurice “Red” Haworth

                      Maurice “Red” Haworth                     Sept 20, 1928 – April 3, 2012 Maurice “Red” Haworth, a lifelong resident of the Berthoud area, died peacefully in the comfort of his home, at the age of 83 on April 3, 2012. His pioneer farm west of Berthoud has been in the Haworth family since 1901. Maurice was born Sept 20, 1928 to Everett and Ina Haworth. He was active in farming all his life. He also worked various construction jobs ... Full Story

Manns named Emergency Manager of the Year

Manns named Emergency Manager of the Year

Emergency Manager, Todd Manns of the Berthoud Fire Protection District received the “Northeast Emergency Manager of the Year” award on Tuesday, March 7, 2012 during the Colorado Emergency Management Association annual conference at the Embassy Suites in Loveland. This prestigious award recognizes Emergency Manager Todd Manns for representing the ideals of professional emergency management. Manns has been employed by the District for six years; his position as an Emergency Manager with the ... Full Story

Berthoud man sanctioned in Ponzi scheme

Berthoud man sanctioned in Ponzi scheme

        Utahns among six sanctioned over Ponzi scheme By Tom Harvey The Salt Lake Tribune Federal regulators have imposed sanctions on six Utah and Colorado men for their involvement with Jeffrey Mowen, the Utah County man who pleaded guilty to fraud charges for running a Ponzi scheme that took in about $18 million from investors on promises of returns of 2 percent or more a month. The Securities and Exchange Commission said the six solicited millions of dollars of ... Full Story

Choir Concert at Berthoud High School

Choir Concert at Berthoud High School

The combined Berthoud High School and Turner Middle School Choirs will perform on Tuesday, March 6 at 7 p.m. in the Berthoud High School Auditorium

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