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Sunday, December 21, 2014

Posts Tagged ‘berthoud’

Obituary: Edward J. Lempka

Obituary: Edward J. Lempka

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

Benefit poker run starts at the Derby

Friends and family are hosting a benefit poker run for Randy Guild and Brenda Smith of Loveland. Randy and Brenda were injured in a serious motorcycle accident on the Peak to Peak highway while on a ride in July. Their cycle malfunctioned and they lost control, hitting a guardrail and fell 15-35 feet down the canyon. Randy has severe spinal injuries that will require several months of rehabilitation and Brenda sustained severe body trauma that has required numerous operations and will ... Full Story

Political Candidates save Herb Meeker

Political Candidates save Herb Meeker

Berthoud's oldest base ball player and civic volunteer nearly died while attending a Republican training session on Wednesday. According to the Loveland Reporter-Herald, 78-year-old Herb Meeker slumped over and then slid from his chair to the floor. Quick action by local politicians probably saved his life. Loveland Reporter-Herald 'Right place, right time': Political candidates save Berthoud man's life at training session

Berthoud says “goodbye” to Jeremy Roush

Berthoud says “goodbye” to Jeremy Roush

By Claudia Todd-Young “Amherst’s gain is Berthoud’s loss,” said a local businessman as he spoke of Jeremy Roush’s upcoming move to Massachusetts. Roush has accepted the position of executive chef at Amherst College in Amherst, Mass., about 85 miles from Boston. The college is situated on about 1,000 acres and has about 1,600 students. “As director of the culinary department, my main emphasis will be to elevate the student dining program. That will include involving ... Full Story

Mayor to hand out Bike Rodeo Trophies

Mayor to hand out Bike Rodeo Trophies

  Bike Rodeo Awards Earlier this month several area children attended the Berthoud Public Safety Day and Bike Rodeo. Co-sponsored by the Town of Berthoud and the Berthoud Fire Protection District, the event was designed to make the children safer riders. After having their bicycles inspected and receiving an update on the rules of the road, the riders participated in a Bike Rodeo. The seven events in the rodeo were designed to be fun and to teach road manners and bicycle agility and ... Full Story

No Berthoud Town Board meeting August 24

No Berthoud Town Board meeting August 24

  Board Of Trustees Regular Meeting August 24, 2010 Board Room 7:00 P.m.   No Meeting

Library Youth Events for September

Berthoud Community Library Youth Events For September 236 Welch Ave. Berthoud, CO 80513 For more information on any of our programs, please call (970)532-2757 or visit www.berthoudpubliclibrary.org FAMILY MOVIE MONDAYS! 5:30 p.m. ~ 7:30 p.m. Enjoy dinner and a movie!  Bring in dinner and we’ll supply the large screen family movie and snacks! September 13 ~ BRIDGE TO TERABITHIA - Check out the book and then watch the movie of the beloved, yet banned ... Full Story

Berthoud loses two more restaurants

Berthoud loses two more restaurants

By Judy Lehn Berthoud loses two more restaurants Berthoud is losing both Main Street Station Eatery and Santiago’s Mexican Restaurant. The Main Street Station Eatery has closed after almost two years of frustration. Sharon Dowling, who opened the restaurant in March of this year, said that she had to close down the eatery due to financial difficulties. Dowling and her family originally had leased the J. B. Clymer house in 2009, but were forced to close it when the ... Full Story

Citizens report on prop 101 and amendments 60 and 61

The Loveland Citizens' Finance Advisory Commission submitted their report on the proposed ballot issues at Tuesday's council meeting. The commission is appointed by the Loveland City Council to participate in a review of the budget, evaluate all financial policies and report its findings to the council. The nine member commission delivered a comprehensive report on the effects of the ballot initiatives, Amendments 60 and 61 and Proposition 101. The report, though designed for Loveland, is a ... Full Story

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