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Saturday, April 19, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Give your child a “Bright Beginning” in Berthoud

Give your child a “Bright Beginning” in Berthoud

  Eighty-five percent of a baby’s intellect, personality and social skills are developed in the first three years of life. Every parent wants to provide quality learning experiences for their child.  Early parenting can be both amazing and challenging. Bright Beginnings promotes the importance of positive parent-child interactions and relationship building to give children the best start in life. You have the power to shape your child’s future. We’ll give you some simple ways to ... Full Story

Dump truck loses balance

Dump truck loses balance

    Fortunately, no one was injured when this truck tipped over on Friday. The truck from Vialpando trucking was delivering 25 tons of gravel to the Berthoud Street Department facility on Welch Avenue when the incident occurred. According to employees on the scene, the trucks can not fit into to the compound so the normal procedure is to unload in front of the building and then use the front loader to move the gravel into the yard. Observers said that the driver ... Full Story

Obituary: George D. Huff

George D. Huff (October 10, 1923 - March 3, 2011) George “Bud” Dean Huff was born October 10, 1923 to George and Ethel Huff in Oxford, Nebr. Bud passed away on March 3, 2011 at the age of 87 at Sierra Vista in Loveland, Colo. Bud enlisted in the U.S. Army in February 1943. On July 14, 1943 he married Clara “Pauline” Harrold in Phillipsburg, Kan. In August of 1943 Bud left New York for England to fight in WWII. Bud was in the 5th Infantry Division. He landed in Normandy in July ... Full Story

Turner Students of the Month-February

Turner Students of the Month-February

Turner Middle School Students of the Month for February Boys           Caleb Jordan – 6th Grade Caleb is an outstanding student and a great positive leader! He recently spent a couple lunch periods with a friend to help teachers clean up and organize the classroom – What a great leader and role model.                   Max Bump – 7th Grade Max is willing to ... Full Story

Turner Students of the Month

Turner Students of the Month

Turner Middle School Students of the Month for February Girls   Michelle Farabaugh – 6th Grade Michelle puts 100% effort into all that she does. She brings a great attitude into the class. Michelle takes responsibility for her education and her efforts are reflected in her quality work.   Hannah Stippich – 7th Grade Hannah is an outstanding role model for her peers. Hannah is consistently on task and completes her work ... Full Story

Berthoud man found guilty of menacing cyclists

Berthoud man found guilty of menacing cyclists

9News.com Jury finds Barker guilty of menacing cyclists by Jeffrey Wolf LOVELAND - After nearly eight hours of deliberation, a jury Friday found Bryce Barker, 24, guilty of criminal mischief and menacing for attacking a group of cyclists in Berthoud last summer.  

Berthoud Police Beat, February, 2011

Berthoud Police Beat, February, 2011

Tuesday, February 1 A vehicle ran into a fence in the 400 Block of East County Road 8. No injuries were reported. An injured cat was returned to its owner in the 600 block of Sunnywood Place. A 1980 Pontiac was reported stolen from the 200 block of Welch Avenue. A resident in the 200 block of Second Street saw footprints in the snow and reported having a prowler. The police though otherwise and listed the report as unfounded. Wednesday, January 2 Police assisted ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire Beat, February 2011

Berthoud Fire Beat, February 2011

  Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Summary, February 2011   Tuesday, February 1 BFPD responded to a citizen request for assistance on West County Road 6. The homeowner reported an electronic flue control devise had malfunctioned and was burning. The crew located the valve for the gas supply and turned it off, extinguishing the fire. Wednesday, February 2 BFPD responded with Loveland Fire to a report of a vehicle that had left the roadway at the intersection of ... Full Story

Eaton Puts Berthoud in the Red

Eaton Puts Berthoud in the Red

Lady Spartans fall to Eaton in District Semifinals By Dan Karpiel Sports Writer As the wind blew and the snow fell outside of Butler-Hancock Hall on the campus of the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley, the Berthoud High girls basketball team was inside battling the number-one seeded Eaton Reds in semifinals of the 3A Patriot League district tournament. The Lady Spartans wound up losing the game by a score of 53-34. With the loss, Berthoud will face off against Valley for ... Full Story

2011 Scouting for Food

2011 Scouting for Food

Scout Food Drive February 26, 2011 It is time for the annual Scouting for Food drive. In Southern Larimer County the food collected goes to the House of Neighborly Service for distribution to families in our area. Local Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Girl Scouts  will be in Berthoud neighborhoods to collect food for local families in need on Saturday February 26. Please fill a bag with any canned or non-perishable foods that you would like to contribute and leave it on your ... Full Story

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