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Thursday, September 1, 2016

Posts Tagged ‘colorado’

Obituary: Sandra K Larson

Obituary: Sandra K Larson

Sandra K Larson, 71, of Berthoud, Colorado passed away at her home May 25, 2016. Sandy was born in Denver, Colorado to Elmer and Pauline Milberger. Sandy is survived by her husband Russell Larson and daughters Christine and husband Bryan Herrick, Catherine (Kiki) Larson and partner Liz Leask, and grandchildren Casey and husband Ben Kurre, Kandy Herrick and boyfriend Bruce Rowden, Katryna and husband Corban Hughes, Karmen and husband Barry Brush and great grandchildren Amelia Kurre; Kamryn, ... Full Story

Obituary: Fred W Ohrn, Jr.

Obituary: Fred W Ohrn, Jr.

Fred W. Ohrn, Jr. October 3, 1969 ~ May 18, 2016 Fred W. Ohrn, Jr., 46, of Milliken, Colorado passed away on May 18, 2016. Fred was born on October 3, 1969 in Chandler, Arizona to Fred and Rita Ohrn. He was raised in Berthoud, Colorado and graduated from Berthoud High School in 1988 and received his Associates Degree from AIMS Community College. Fred was a Radiologic Technologist working at St. Joseph Hospital in Denver. His dream was to eventually work at the Children's ... Full Story

Another choice for Senator from Colorado

Another choice for Senator from Colorado

Meet The Senate Candidate Challenging The Corporate Takeover Of Democracy MINNEAPOLIS — The ballots may say Democrat or Republican, but this election cycle, it’s felt more like “imperialist neocon” or “racist fascist.” The corporate-aligned, two-party duopoly is dominating airwaves and screens. And in turn, the corporate-funded mainstream media is selling only candidates whose agendas don’t disrupt commercial fundraising. Donald Trump has turned out to be an ... Full Story

Lundberg letter: May 2016

May 3, 2016 Immunization Exemption Forms Senate Bill 150--What it is, What it is Not _____________________________________________________________ State Health Department Makes Laws Without the Legislature House Bill 1164, a bill that would have required parents to register immunization exemptions for their children online was killed on second reading in the House on April 25. This bill was a bad idea for many reasons. To read more, click here. One might breathe a sigh ... Full Story

Obituary: Clarence “CR” Svendsen

Obituary: Clarence “CR” Svendsen

Clarence “CR” Svendsen, 90, died April 23, 2016 at his home in Berthoud. He was preceded in death by his parents Lawrence and Anna Svendsen, sister-in-law Edna (Svendsen) Papik and brothers Howard, Laverne and Earl Svendsen. He is survived by sons Brian Svendsen of Larkspur, Colorado and Mark Svendsen of Castle Rock; grandchildren Kathryn (Svendsen) Adams, Tasha Svendsen and Nicole Svendsen. Clarence served in the Merchant Marines then went to college, graduating from The University of ... Full Story

Ticer chosen to lead Loveland Police Department

Ticer chosen to lead Loveland Police Department

26-year police veteran brings wide range of experience City of Loveland Press Release LOVELAND, April 25, 2016 – Veteran Colorado and Arizona law enforcement professional Robert Ticer is Loveland’s next police chief. Ticer, who has 26 years of experience in all levels of police work, emerged from a field of six finalists for the job who visited Loveland March 31-April 1. He accepted the offer from City Manager Bill Cahill at the conclusion of a final round of testing and ... Full Story

Obituary: Norma Jean Huffaker

Obituary: Norma Jean Huffaker

Norma Jean Swanson Huffaker, age 78, passed away at Pathways Hospice - McKee Medical Center in Loveland, on April 8, 2016. She was born on August 27, 1937 in Longmont, Colorado, to parents Carl M. Swanson and Frances Edmondson Swanson. She graduated from Berthoud High School as Class Valedictorian in 1955. After graduation, she attended Parks Business School in Denver and began what would become a long career in accounting, real estate and business management. On February 16, 1957, she ... Full Story

Green Party candidate for US Senate

Green Party candidate for US Senate

I’m Arn Menconi and I am a candidate for U.S. Senate for the Green Party. I am running, because as a dad of two young children, our generation must take back democracy back. I want to represent the people, not corporations and the top 1%. I will fight to end the military industrial dominance of our government with it's endless greed and killings, end our dependence on fossil fuels by 2050, providing single payer healthcare for all as a right not as a privilege and break up the Big Banks ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: March 2015

Berthoud Police Blotter: March 2015

Updated April 5, 2016: A vehicle traveling east bound crashed into a tree. A 39-year-old driver was found to be DUI. Provided by James Anderson Patrol Sergeant: Berthoud Squad Monday, February 29 Motor Vehicle Theft: 1500 block of Chokeberry Street, a resident was notified by Longmont Police Department that his Toyota Tundra was found damaged and abandoned on the side of the road. Vehicle Trespass: 1500 block of Chokeberry Street, a resident reported her two unlocked ... Full Story

Obituary: John W. Kinch

Obituary: John W. Kinch

John W. Kinch, 72, passed away March 29, 2016 at his home in Berthoud. He was born February 29, 1944 in Denver, to Harvey and Virginia (Gilliland) Kinch. John enlisted in the US Army on May 24, 1962 that began a distinguished 20 year career. He saw duty in Viet Nam among many duty stations. John was awarded the Bronze Star, Vietnam Cross of Gallantry w/Palm, Meritorious Serve Medal and Valorous Unit Award to name a few. He was honorably discharged to retirement with the rank of Chief ... Full Story

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