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Friday, April 25, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Obituary: Robert Eugene Anderson

Obituary: Robert Eugene Anderson

Robert Eugene Andersen - (b. October 12, 1928), passed away peacefully on August 6th, 2010 after a short illness from end stage prostate cancer. Robert was born on a farm in Rosalie, Nebraska to Emanuel and Anna Christensen Andersen. Robert was the youngest child born to the family of nine children. Robert worked on the family farm growing up and graduated high school in Rosalie. He continued to work the farm until he married Marion Brehmer on November 7th, 1954. They ... Full Story

Shields-Mondragon Wedding

Shields-Mondragon Wedding

Leonard and Cathy Shields of Wheat Ridge, Colorado would like to announce the wedding of their daughter, Tiffany Shields of Berthoud Colorado to George Mondragon of Denver, Colorado. The bride is a 2007 graduate of Berthoud High School. The groom is a graduate of Adams City High School, class of 2000. The groom’s parents are George and Marsha Mondragon of Osage City Kansas and Jodi Mondragon, Denver Colorado. The couple will take their vows in Faversham Park, Westminster, ... Full Story

Going for the Gold

Going for the Gold

By P.J. DiPentino Aug 7, 2010 Three local BMX riders competed in the Rocky Mountain State Games last weekend in Colorado Springs. All three come home from the three-day event with medals. Nine-year-old Phillip DiPentino, known locally as the Flying Meatball, took top honors in his age group with gold, silver and bronze medals. Six-year-old Willy Daignault, aka Wild Willy, brought home a bronze medal for his trophy case. Gabriella DiPentino, racing in the 16-year-old ... Full Story

Obituary: Marina V. Seering

Obituary: Marina V. Seering

Marina V. Seering, age 99, (working on a 100), of Berthoud went to heaven on July 23, 2010 at Good Samaritan Village in Loveland. Born in the Dominican Republic, immigrated in 1929 and became a naturalized citizen in 1943. Married and later divorced from Vincent LaRaque, they had three children, Denis (deceased military), Yvonne L. Dawdy (Jack) of Berthoud, and Gabriel LaRaque of California. Later she married Al Seering (deceased). A very strong believer of Salvation through Jesus, ... Full Story

Berthoud Trustees, August 10 agenda

BOARD OF TRUSTEES REGULAR MEETING AUGUST 10, 2010 BOARD ROOM 7:00 P.M. 1. Call to Order Mayor Tom Patterson 2. Roll Call Mayor Tom Patterson Mayor Pro-Tem David Gregg Trustee Thomas Jones Trustee David Skiles Trustee John Bauer Trustee Jeff Hindman Trustee Dick Shepard 3. Pledge of Allegiance Mayor Patterson 4. Citizen Participation 5. Reports All matters listed under Item 6, Consent Agenda, are considered to be routine by the Town Board and will ... Full Story

Karen Stockley’s true water agenda

As some readers might not have been aware of it, Karen Stockley’s (Democratic candidate for House District 49) recent column was a show of far-left environmentalism pretending to be someone credibly qualified to talk about financial feasibility. Restated, she should just be forthright in that she opposes the proposed Northern Integrated Supply Project (NISP) purely on environmental grounds instead of using misleading costs and facts to make her point that the project is a fiscal nightmare to ... Full Story

Town Administrator Hart talks water

By Judy Lehn Wednesday’s Citizen First forum on Berthoud water drew about 50 residents who wanted to hear what Town Administrator Michael Hart had to say. The subjects covered ranged from the annual foul smelling and tasting water, to the “exorbitant” water bills paid by town citizens. Hart began by saying that the Town is doing a full assessment of anything that has to do with water quality. The reservoir “went upside down” a month early this year, which did not give the town ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Beat, July 2010

Berthoud Police Beat, July 2010

Thursday, July 1 Dog days at the Police Department. In the early morning, 2 a.m., the Loveland Report Herald driver brought in a Jack Russell Terrier. Water bubbling up in a field at SE Second Street and East Colorado Avenue was cause enough for a concerned citizen to report it to authorities. Police turned the matter over to the water department. A dog left unattended in a vehicle at Grace Place brought a call from police. Police had to assist staff at the pool when a juvenile ... Full Story

Pre-Fair activity at The Ranch

Pre-Fair activity at The Ranch

With he fair only a couple of days away, the Ranch still looks barren, but plenty is going on behind the scenes. The carnival area is just in the beginning stages, but it won’t take the carnival workers long to set up. Meanwhile, the 4-H kids have been bringing their exhibits in for judging and display setup. Many of the animal activities take place before the official opening. 4-H dog and cat programs have finished and the equine events finish up on Wednesday so the horses can go ... Full Story

Habitat Thanks

Habitat Thanks

Berthoud Habitat for Humanity would like to thank Wind Swept Acres for holding the 2nd Annual Car, Truck and Tractor show benefiting Berthoud Habitat. We would like to thank our banner sponsors for their support and our donation sponsors for their gift items. Banner and donation sponsors: High Country Proco, Edward Lacy, Jr. DDS, PC. Integrated Cable Systems, Pinkee’s Rod Shop,  Aspen Heirloom Furnishings, A.J. Storage Specialists, Collins Muffler Shop, Speedy Sparkle Car Wash,  B ... Full Story

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