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Wednesday, May 25, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Horses helping kids

Horses helping kids

By Anna Waser Reflections for Youth Community Development Director Reflections for Youth has three youth who are currently working with Hearts for Horses. They are a wonderful group who give us a lot of support and services for our youth. The program is called “Changing Leads” and we work with Tamara Merritt. Last Friday morning our kids had a show to accent the progress they have made with the horses they have been working with for the last eight weeks. They were able to show their ... Full Story

Wildfire mural’s bold colors stand out

Wildfire mural’s bold colors stand out

The Wildfire Summer Mural project is nearing completion as the crew puts on the finishing touches. Julia Lamb and Lane Foley were on the job early Thursday morning. The youngsters work under the direction of Anita Yeh. Yeh’s specialty is Asian Inspired Design. A multicultural artist, Yeh was raised in the U.S. but has lived in China and Taiwan. The mural design is inspired by Chinese Farmer Paintings. The style is characterized by bold graphics and repeating elements. Yeh wanted her ... Full Story

Obituary: Richard Vives

Obituary: Richard Vives

Richard Vives born Feb 19, 1979, died July 22, 2010 in Berthoud, Colorado. Richard was a graduate of Parkland High School, El Paso, Texas, class of 2000. He was born in Puerto Rico and raised in El Paso. He was a wonderful person, loving and loyal! He was a great friend, always happy and had the biggest smile! He will be missed dearly!! He is survived by his children: sons, Richard, Angel and Andy Vives; daughters, Haley and Tatyana Vives; his parents, Gladys Schuetta and Dionisio Vives; ... Full Story

LTO 24-Inch telescope installation

LTO 24-Inch telescope installation

The Little Thompson Observatory 24-inch telescope has had a long journey. Brought to Berthoud a couple of years ago it had to await the construction of the second pier and dome at the observatory. The instrument was finally put in place last October and has been awaiting funding to complete the installation. The Loveland Reporter-Herald gives an update: "Newly installed 24-inch telescope nearly ready" By Sandy Barnes For a history of the telescope go to ... Full Story

Update on Berthoud Suicide

Richard Vivez's body was discovered by an overnight guest at his residence at 506 Welch Avenue, Berthoud, Colorado. When Berthoud  Officer Vasquez responded to the complaint of a barking dog, the guest contacted the officer to inform him about the deceased. The initial investigation indicates that the the probable cause of death was from self inflicted injuries. the police press release does not indicate the type of injuries. There has been a tremendous outpouring of comments to this site ... Full Story

Obituary: William “Bill” Schreiner

Obituary: William “Bill” Schreiner

William "Bill" Schreiner May 1, 1924 – July 19, 2010 William "Bill" Albert Schreiner passed away peacefully at Family Health West in Fruita, Colorado on July 19, 2010. He was 86 years old. Bill was born May 1, 1924 to Fred and Amelia Schreiner in Fort Morgan, Colorado. He was the youngest of ten children. He spent his childhood in Fort Morgan and graduated from Fort Morgan High School in May, 1942. He was drafted into the military the day after his high school graduation and spent the next ... Full Story

Obituary: E. Eugene Bashor

Obituary: E. Eugene Bashor

E. Eugene “Gene” Bashor, 89 of Berthoud, passed away at the Berthoud Living Center in Berthoud on Wednesday, July 21, 2010. Gene was born in Berthoud, Colorado on October 28, 1920 to Emery Edmond and Belva E. (Turner) Bashor. He attended and graduated from Berthoud High School, class of 1938 and then went to Glendale, California where he attended Glendale City College to obtain a business and music degree. While attending Glendale City College, Gene met Betty H. Ferry and they married on ... Full Story

Berthoud Police investigate apparent suicide

Berthoud Police investigate apparent suicide

The call came in as an animal noise complaint just before 8 a.m. The caller complained that a dog at 506 Welch Avenue had been howling and barking since 3:30 a.m. Officer Vasquez responded to the call and soon called dispatch requesting an ambulance and the assistance of Chief Glen Johnson. Shortly after arriving at the apartment on Welch, Chief Johnson called for the coroner. The victim is a black male (Puerto Rican) who had been living in the apartment and operating a tattoo shop in the ... Full Story

Josh Schumacher advances to state finals

Josh Schumacher advances to state finals

By Gail Schumacher Josh Schumacher competed in the Rockies Baseball Skills Challenge in Berthoud on June 9. He won first place in his age division of 10 and 11-year-old boys. This gave him the chance to go onto the Sectional Final in Longmont on July 11. He won first place in that event and will be competing in the State Final on August 14 at Coca-Cola All Star Park in Lakewood. All State Finalists receive three Colorado Rockies tickets for the game that evening. This is Josh's third year ... Full Story

Berthoud youths among 250 persons re-creating pioneer

Berthoud youths among 250 persons re-creating pioneer trail trek

Press Release: In the mid 1800s, nearly 70,000 members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints traveled across the plains from Nebraska and Iowa to the Salt Lake Valley. Most were in wagon trains, but ten companies of pioneers (totaling around 3,000 persons) pushed handcarts containing all of their possessions for more than 1,000 miles. This month nearly 200 youths and 75 accompanying adults from Berthoud, Loveland, Windsor, and Fort Collins-- all in pioneer attire, re-created ... Full Story

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