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Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Berthoud Woman set to Report on Missionary Service in

Berthoud Woman set to Report on Missionary Service in Florida

Summer Eland, a Berthoud High School graduate of 2005 and founder of “A Touch of Summer” salon, returned this month from serving as a missionary for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints for 18 months in Florida. She will report of her service at two separate meetings in Berthoud, Sunday morning, October 17 – at 9:00 a. m. at the Berthoud Ward, and at 11:00 a. m. at the Twin Peaks Young Single Adult Ward. Both meetings are at the Berthoud LDS. Chapel at 550 Spartan ... Full Story

Obituary:Barbara D. Nelson

Obituary:Barbara D. Nelson

Barbara D. Nelson died Saturday, September 11, 2010 at her home in Greeley. She was born January 11, 1943 in Circleville, Ohio to Ned H. and Jeanne (Thatcher) Barnes. She was baptized on July 9, 1943. Barbara married Fred Nelson on October 8, 1971. They later divorced. Barbara lived in Circleville, Ohio and Arvada, Colorado. She attended Colorado Women’s College and enjoyed a long work history of working in tack shops in Boulder and Berthoud, Colorado. Barbara loved her ... Full Story

Citizens First Political Forum in Berthoud

Citizens First Political Forum in Berthoud

  Citizens First Political Forum Wednesday, October 13 Berthoud Public Library Conference Room 239 Welch Avenue, Berthoud, Colorado Begins at 7 p.m.   The following candidates for public office, or their representatives, will be speaking: (a click on the candidates name will take you to their web site) U.S. Senate U.S Representative District 4 State Senate District 15 State Representative District 49 County Commissioner Michael ... Full Story

Senator Kevin Lundberg

Senator Kevin Lundberg has done an outstanding job representing “we the people” in Colorado’s legislature.   He believes that government should never become so big and powerful that it overwhelms our liberties with mandates, taxes, fees and endless bureaucracies.  He fought against the recently enacted car tax, the constitution-defying property tax increase, the elimination of the senior homestead property tax exemption, to name a few.  He has fought to rein in undisciplined spending ... Full Story

Obituary: Lisa Lynn Adams

Obituary: Lisa Lynn Adams

Lisa Lynn Adams, 40, of Berthoud, passed away October 6, 2010. She was born on October 26, 1969 in Loveland, Colorado to Sheryl and Brian Adams. Lisa was a Colorado native. She graduated from Loveland High School in 1988. She graduated from North East Junior College, Sterling, Colorado in 1982 where she majored in Music and Theater. She was an Executive Assistant in Real Estate and Food Manufacturing and a Project Coordinator at A.O.R.N. Lisa was a lifetime mascot of the City of ... Full Story

New traffic signal at State Highway 56 and 4th Street

BERTHOUD— The Colorado Department of Transportation (CDOT) has completed a traffic signal upgrade project on State Highway 56 (Mountain Avenue) at Fourth Street in Berthoud. The project replaced the span wire traffic signal with poles and mast arms, which required crews to temporary remove the signal and put in stop signs. The signal is currently in four-way flash red mode until 10 a. m. on Monday, October 11th at which time the signal will become fully operational. Until the signal is ... Full Story

“Staff Sergeant Justin Bauer Memorial Highway”

“Staff Sergeant Justin Bauer Memorial Highway”

Larimer County— Today, October 7, Colorado Senator Kevin Lundberg joined the family of Justin Bauer to designate a five-mile portion of State Highway (SH) 56 between I-25 and US 287 as the “Staff Sergeant Justin Bauer Memorial Highway.” The designation comes months after the Colorado Legislature passed a resolution to honor Staff Sergeant Justin Bauer of Berthoud, Colorado. Staff Sergeant Bauer lost his life on January 10, 2009 when an improvised explosive ... Full Story

What is newsworthy in Loveland, Colorado?

This week a woman was sitting on a bus stop bench in downtown Loveland when a very intoxicated man approached and verbally attacked her with vile, ignorant language. The woman ran into the Alternatives to Violence office on Fourth Street with the man in pursuit, where he threatened and verbally attacked her and the staff. When he was asked to leave, he put his fist through the front office window. He stood threatening and bleeding on Fourth Street. Several Loveland Police  officers came and ... Full Story

Ball can get job done

Ball can get job done

Rich Ball should be elected to the Senate District 15 post. He believes in performance-based audits of government departments and incentives for them to stop use-it-or-lose-it spending gimmicks that can be wasteful. Results would have to be proven before budgets are allocated. As a former small-business man, he will help businesses bring jobs to Colorado. He has volunteered with Habitat for Humanity, Meals on Wheels, Rotary Club and many more. He will take his public-service ... Full Story

John Erickson honored for service to Berthoud Fire

John Erickson honored for service to Berthoud Fire Protection District

The Special District Association of Colorado (SDA) recently awarded its Board Member of the Year to John Erickson for his service to the Berthoud Fire Protection District. The SDA awards several Distinguished Board Member Awards each year, but only one board member is chosen to receive the Board Member of the Year Award. This year that honor went to Erickson. Berthoud Fire Chief Steve Charles had this to say about Erickson’s award, “There are 1,600 special districts in Colorado; it ... Full Story

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