July 2018
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Archive for July, 2018

Obituary: Ray D. Dudley

May 07, 1927 - July 25, 2018 Ray Douglas “aka Donkey” (there’s a story there) Dudley was born on May 7, 1927 in Ina, Illinois, to Clyde E. & Bertha Davis Dudley. He went to his heavenly home on July 25, 2018 at the age of 91. He met his future wife while picking up milk at her father’s dairy farm. On September 18, 1949 he married Dorothy Dixon at her parent’s home in Montgomery County Missouri. After they married, he worked at Hoffman’s IGA Grocery Store in ... Full Story

Some Dare Call It Treason

  by Mel Gurtov Is Donald Trump not merely gullible, uninformed, and indifferent but actually treasonous when it comes to Russia? More and more high-profile people are saying so. He’s acting like “a Russian mole,” in the words of conservative columnist Max Boot. “America is under attack and its president absolutely refuses to defend it. Simply put, Trump is a traitor and may well be treasonous,” argues New York Times op-ed writer Charles M. Blow. The former CIA ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: June 2018

      Updated July 3, 2018 Friday, June 1 Found Property: Elm Dr., a resident called to turn over CS canisters (tear gas) he found in his attic. Northern Colorado Bomb Squad took custody and will destroy.  Theft: WCR 40, a worker reported that two welders were stolen from this job site sometime within the last week. Saturday, June 2 Berthoud Day = Great Day Vehicle Trespass: Jenny Lane, 2 separate residents had property stolen from ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire Calls: June 2018

Update July 2, 2018 Friday, June 1 Citizen assist at Station 1 for installing a car seat. The Technician instructed the parents on the correct use of the child restraint system. BFPD responded to the 500 block of Gateway Blvd for a man having an asthma attack. TVEMS assumed patient care. Berthoud Fire was dispatched to I-25 mm 252 NB for a RV fire. After looking at the cause it was clear that the tire had been rubbing the fender well, melted the tire and created molting rubber ... Full Story