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LAKEWOOD, Colo. – As a service to hay producers and buyers, the Colorado Department of Agriculture publishes the Colorado Hay Directory annually. The 2010 edition of the directory is available to the public at no cost. “Hay is one of Colorado’s top crops, with nearly 5 million tons produced in 2009, ” said Wendy White, marketing specialist for the Colorado Department of Agriculture. “The directory helps Colorado’s hay producers market their hay, and is an important resource ... Full Story
Berthoud Fire Protection District Incident Activity for August 2010 Sunday, August 1 BFPD responded to a motor vehicle accident at Hays Market on Mountain Ave. A vehicle had hit part of the structure but no damage was done to the building. The driver was transported. Tuesday, August 3, BFPD assisted with a medical call on North 83rd Street for a patient having breathing difficulties due to a fall earlier that morning. The patient was transported. BFPD responded to a ... Full Story
The Berthoud Community Library District is conducting a survey that will run through October 15, 2010. Surveys are available online at www.berthoudpubliclibrary.org and in print at the library, 236 Welch Avenue, Berthoud. As a thank you for participating, you can enter a drawing for a $25.00 gift certificate to Grandpa’s Café after completing the survey. Speak up and help us make the Library the best it can possibly be. Even if you are not a library user, your feedback is ... Full Story
By Gary Wamsley The Berthoud Community Library Board joined a long list of agencies officially opposing Amendments 60 & 61 and Proposition 101. At Thursday’s meeting, Library Director, Sara Wright briefed the board on what she had learned about the ballot initiative's effect on the library. Proposition 101 would, over time, reduce revenue by an estimated $22,000 yearly. Wright explained that while 60 and 61 would not have an immediate impact on revenue, they would restrict the ... Full Story
Sunday, August 1 A barking dog at 12:25 a.m. resulted in a written warning to its Sixth Street owner. Police stopped a driver at 1:44 a.m. shortly after he left the ramp from First Street to Highway 287. The driver, a 39-year-old Loveland resident, was cited for DUI and failure to drive in a single lane. The case of the vehicle running in to the building at 919 Mountain Avenue is under investigation. Someone tipped over the port-a-potty at the BMX track during the ... Full Story
Berthoud fire responded to a fire at the BMX track on Tuesday afternoon. Old hay bales lined up agains the Berthoud High School fence were ablaze. Firefighters got the fire out quickly with water and foam. The bales had been laying in the same location all summer and were dry so that spontaneous combustion was probably not the cause. The fire call came in shortly after classes finished at the high school.
August 31 The Lady Spartans wasted no time getting on the scoreboard, with 4 runs in the first inning. That would have been enough to win the game, but the Berthoud girls added two more runs in the second, fifth and sixth innings while holding Roosevelt to only six hits, including one triple.
by Gary Wamsley The town board, mayor and staff got a little break with no town board meeting last Tuesday, but that doesn’t mean they don’t have official duties to perform. Administrator Hart attended the Wednesday morning Citizens’ Meeting with Commissioner Donnelly. Accompanying Commissioner Donnelly this week was Jerry Blehm from Environmental Health Services and Jane Viste, the Public Information Officer for the Departmet of Health and Environment. Medical Marijuana ... Full Story
Edward J. Lempka, 89, of Berthoud, CO passed away on August 28, 2010. He was born July 1, 1921 near St. Mary, Nebr. to Lawrence and Anna Kontny Lempka. Following his graduation from Sterling High School in 1941, he trained as an aircraft electrician in Omaha and Baltimore. In Omaha, just prior to his entry into the Army Air Force in 1944, he met Irene Iwan. Ed was first stationed in Norfolk, VA where he and Irene were married on February 13, 1945. Following WWII they ... Full Story