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Friday, January 30, 2015

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

“B” Sweet Cupcakes opening in Loveland

“B” Sweet Cupcakes opening in Loveland

Dana Brungardt is holding a grand opening for her "B" Sweet Cupcakes on Saturday, April 16. The new kitchen and outlet are at 425 E. 4th Street in Loveland. It is just across the street from Anthology Book Store. The hours for the grand opening are 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. and there will be cupcakes for sampling and for sale. Ad in drawings for door prizes and you have the combination for a pleasant noon hour.  

Obituary: Henrietta Skinner-Hale

Obituary: Henrietta Skinner-Hale

  Henrietta Skinner-Hale of Colorado Springs passed away on April 10, 2011 at Brookdale Place after a short illness. Henrietta was born on April 22, 1917 near Longmont, Colorado to the late John and Henrietta (Eckhart) Lebsack Sr. She graduated from Longmont High School and worked for the Bowman Family in Denver. Henrietta married Richard N. Skinner on January 4, 1942 in El Paso, Texas while he was serving in WWII. They moved to Berthoud, Colorado where they owned and operated a TV ... Full Story

Fund raiser for Zach Dunkelberger

Fund raiser for Zach Dunkelberger

  Friends are hosting a Spaghetti Dinner and Silent Auction to help defray the Dunkelberger's medical expenses. The event takes place on April 16 at the Berthoud Area Community Center. See the poster below for more information      

Obituary: Edith A Nusser

Obituary: Edith A Nusser

Edith Ava Nusser, 93, of Berthoud passed away at the Berthoud Living Center in Berthoud, Colorado on Thursday, April 7, 2011. Edith was born on July 17, 1917 in Fulton, Missouri to Sherman T. and Ava (Strong) Pash.  She married Carl William Nusser, Jr. on May 19, 1967 in Rock Port, Missouri and they moved to Berthoud, Colorado in 1970 from Hancock, Iowa. Edith and Carl managed the Pinederosa Mobile Park in Berthoud for thirty years.  Carl passed away in June 2008. Edith was a devoted ... Full Story

“B” Sweet Cupcakes opens in Loveland

Berthoud Police Beat, March 2011

Berthoud Police Beat, March 2011

  Berthoud Police Beat — March, 2011 Tuesday, March 1 A Border Collie on the loose in the 500 block of First Street led to his owner being given a written warning. A resident reported the unauthorized use of a credit card number by an unknown person.   Wednesday, March 2 A dispute between a landlord and the tenant in the 1000 block of Seventh Street was mediated by the officer. Police responded to Berthoud Elementary School to assist with a physical disturbance ... Full Story

Crystal Fire: A resident’s story

Crystal Fire: A resident’s story

By Ardella Hawks formerly of Loveland and Berthoud I saw smoke five miles west of my house up Buckhorn Road on Friday evening. Emergency responders kept going up the road throughout the day. On Saturday the fire burned all day, moving east with wind gusts of 70 mile per hour. Everything happened so fast, and before we knew it, the fire was on the ridge south of our house. At midnight we got the reverse 911 call. We were so grateful that our Pastor, Kelly Wheat, and his wife showed up ... Full Story

Turner MS Students of the Month-March

Turner MS Students of the Month-March

          RENEE RAAK – 6th grade Renee is a true example of a PRO student!  She is always prepared with all school work and always presents her best on all assignments.  She sets a great example in the classroom with her responsibility and knowledge in all content areas.  Thanks Renee!                   JOHN SEVY – 6th grade John is always working to ... Full Story

Fox in Berthoud

Fox in Berthoud

Neil Oberg took this photo early on Thursday morning. From behind Indigo Sky he photographed the fox in the planter box in front of the Habitat ReStore. It is that time of year again when the creatures venture out looking for food. The Division of Wildlife has recently publicized that it is illegal to feed wild animals. While the foxes are "cute," they can be dangerous, especially if cornered. It is best to use the same guidelines applied in State and Federal parklands, keep all food ... Full Story

Obituary: Stephen Gerard Sanford

Obituary: Stephen Gerard Sanford

Stephen Gerard Sanford met his heavenly father face to face on March 28, 2011, as he peacefully passed away at the Hospice and Palliative Care of Western Colorado, after a hard-fought five-year battle with leukemia and lymphoma. He was born November 29, 1963 in Kingston, New York to Edward and Barbara Sanford. In 1965 the family moved to Boulder, Colorado and in 1971 moved to Berthoud, Colorado. Steve was raised on a small farm and became an active 4-H member, raising pigs, sheep and dairy ... Full Story

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