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By Judy Lehn The folks at Main Street Station, formerly J.B. Clymer’s, are still doing fix-up, clean-up and repairs on their new digs at the former Abeyta’s, 335 Mountain Avenue. Bob Nixon, co-owner along with his wife, Shari and his mother-in-law, Sharon Dowling, are creating a whole new restaurant. The next item of business is new carpeting, with furniture soon to follow. They hope to open on Friday, March 12, with a grand opening scheduled later.
The Ivy Stockwell Second Grade Showcase performance on Thursday night was Something’s Musical, with singers, dancers and instruments directed by Mr. Bill Hordinski. While these showcases are a delight to the parents and grandparents, the main idea is to teach the students something valuable. The Music standards include learning to read and notate music, create music and explore culture through music and history. An important part of the showcase is the art the children created to go ... Full Story
As most of you know, I am a "victims advocate" for domestic violence and sexual assaults victims. All of you that know me personally, also know this has been my passion for nearly 10 years now. Most of you also know, my full time position is as an Allstate Insurance Agent. Allstate, in return, is a Huge sponsor and supporter of domestic violence programs. Attached is a link to vote for our Video. Please take just a few minutes to view this video and make a vote! I need your support, ... Full Story
Leo Dick: September 10, 1921 – March 2, 2010 Leo Dick, 88, of Longmont, passed away March 2, 2010 at his home. He was born September 10, 1921 in Padroni, Colorado to Samuel and Elizabeth (Roah) Dick. He grew up on the family farm. He served in the U.S. Navy from 1942 – 1945 during World War II and was honorably discharged as a Radioman Second Class. Leo married Virginia Reitz in 1944 in St. Francis, Kansas. He lived in Sterling, Denver and ... Full Story
Press Release BERTHOUD — Berthoud Fire Protection District crews will perform fire hydrant flushing starting 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday in the Little Thompson Water District outside the town of Berthoud. Flushing there will continue through March 10. Starting March 11, crews will flush hydrants inside Berthoud. According to Fire Marshal P. Michael Bruner, it is possible that sediment may be stirred up, causing brown water. He said residents should run a couple of faucets in their ... Full Story
Will this be Berthoud’s last snowman of the year? Addison and Wyatt Spear thought they might have a fun snowball fight with the snow remaining in Fickel Park. Their friend Cliff Worrel thought the snow packed so well that they could make a snowman. With Cliff’s help, Addison and Wyatt made three snowmen. You can see them in the park as long as the weather permits.
If you missed the reading of this latest Rick Padden play at the Berthoud Four Square Church, you have another opportunity this weekend. Sunrise Ranch west of Loveland will host a staged reading of "Cow Dung Dust" on Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. in the domed auditorium at the ranch, 100 Sunrise Ranch Road. The play is about an unlikely mixture of hitchhikers is brought together in the back of an 18-wheel cattle truck going 80-miles-an-hour through the desolate stretches of Route 66 – all with reason ... Full Story
For six years as a state representative, Kevin Lundberg advocated common sense energy policies to benefit all of Colorado. His consistent support over the years for safely developing Colorado’s plentiful energy reserves looks prudent today, when so many enemies of America control oil supplies overseas. Now a state senator, Lundberg continues to work toward energy independence and a cleaner environment, trying to reduce red tape that keeps locally made biodiesel out of Colorado filling ... Full Story
The staff of J. B. Clymer’s restaurant served its last meal at the corner of Fourth Street and Mountain Avenue on Valentine’s Day. In the wake of last month’s threat of imminent seizure of the building to satisfy unpaid state sales taxes, Sharon Dowling and Shari Nixon determined that it was time to move. At the time, Dowling said that she felt the lease contract with John Solliday had been broken by the events and certainly, the trust had been lost. Dowling immediately began ... Full Story