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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Chase Rayment receives academic award

Chase Rayment receives academic award

The Western Academic Talent Search recognizes Chase Rayment DENVER—The Western Academic Talent Search (WATS) celebrated the top scoring students from a seven-state region for the 2010-2011 academic year last Saturday at the Colorado School of Mines. Chase Rayment, from Berthoud, was recognized for achieving the highest eighth grade composite ACT score (33) in Colorado among eligible students in grades three through nine. The program assesses and recognizes academically talented youth in the ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Beat, May 2011

Berthoud Police Beat, May 2011

Berthoud Police Beat — May, 2011     Sunday, May 1 In a case of mischief, yard lights were broken in the area of Kansas Avenue and Greenwood Drive. Report at 3:26 a.m. A mailbox was knocked off of its post and damaged in the 300 block of South Eighth Street. Reported at 3:48 a.m. More mischief in Hillsdale Subdivision when a resident in the 500 bock of South Ninth Street reported that someone had dumped trash on her vehicle. A resident in the 100 block of E Michigan Avenue found ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Beat — April, 2011

Berthoud Police Beat — April, 2011

  Berthoud Police Beat — April/May, 2011   Friday, April 1 Police came across an abandoned vehicle on Highway 56 near I-25 at 12:52 a.m. The vehicle appeared to be inoperative. The Joe to Go building was shot with paint balls sometime during the previous night. A large black dog was reported running loose near the Guaranty Bank but the officer was unable to locate the animal. Police received a REDDI (Report Every Drunk Driver Immediately) report involving a red Dodge pickup truck ... Full Story

A public meeting to address bullying and suicide

A public meeting will be held to address bullying and suicide prevention in the Berthoud schools following a recent suicide. In attendance will be regional bullying and suicide prevention experts and concerned citizens.  School administrators and members of the local and surrounding police departments have been invited. May 3, 2011 at 7 p.m. in the Berthoud Area Community Center, 248 Welch Ave., Berthoud.

Turner Middle School, Students of the Month of April

Turner Middle School, Students of the Month of April

TMS April Student of the Month           Kayla Schloemer  - 6th grade Kayla does a super job being engaged in every classroom discussion. She does a nice job on her writing assignments and all her class projects. Keep up the great work.                         Shannyn McEntee – 6th grade Shannyn is a good friend to all. She has a smile for everyone and sets a great example for others. Her kindness and ... Full Story

Harmon arrested in Johnstown

The Larimer County Sheriff's Department is reporting Berthoud police have arrested a man in connection to an armed robbery in Laramie, Wyoming.  The sheriff's department says 22 year old Rayburn Scott Harmon was arrested in Johnstown without incident. Harmon was wanted for an alleged robbery in Laramie and and was also accused of stealing a 2006 Cadillac Escalade that he reported sinking into Carter Lake last Monday after he had taken it for a test drive from a Berthoud auto ... Full Story

Obituary: Elven Herbert Marshall

Obituary: Elven Herbert Marshall

Elven Herbert Marshall August 19, 1925 – April 26, 2011 Elven Herbert Marshall, 85, of Harvey, North Dakota, formerly of Berthoud, Colorado died Tuesday, April 26, 2011 at the St. Aloisius Nursing Home in Harvey. Elven was born on August 19, 1925 on the family homestead near Encampment, Wyoming. He was the son of Gale and Georgia (Hawkins) Marshall. In 1926 the family moved to Berthoud where his grandfather, John K. Marshall was the town marshal. The family moved around the area and Elven ... Full Story

One Happy Moment

One Happy Moment

      By J. Scott Crossen March, 2011         It happened, again. This morning I began my usual semi-conscious wobble through the kitchen turning on the coffee maker, television, and plopping my butt on a chair at the table. While leaning on my elbows, rubbing my eyes and running my hands through my hair, my brain eventually caught up to the TV monologue: Murders, robberies, rapes, natural disasters, animal cruelty, and, of course, war. The bulk of this ... Full Story

10th Annual Thompson Crystal Apple Awards

10th Annual Thompson Crystal Apple Awards

Teachers honoring teachers, that is what the Thompson Education Association Crystal Apple Awards are all about. The award ceremony on Friday, April 22 honored Thompson School District teachers for excellence. Twenty-three teachers were nominated for the Crystal Apple Awards which were presented to three educators, one elementary, one middle school and one high school teacher. The nominations for the Crystal Apple Award come from other teachers at the school with input from students as well. All ... Full Story

Berthoud Swans

Berthoud Swans

  People who drive past Riverglenn on County Road 17 are usually treated to the sight of a pair of swans swimming in Treena and Dave Milano’s pond. This week however, the swans are usually sequestered in their enclosure. The reason, on Tuesday the pen hatched three of the five eggs in her clutch and Milano was worried that the foxes and coyotes that frequent the area might find the cygnets a tasty meal. Treena Milano got her first pair of mute swans as a birthday gift 20 years ago. The ... Full Story

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