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Archive for January, 2020

Concert in Estes Park

Concert in Estes Park

The Fine Arts Guild of the Rockies is excited to present the first concert of our 2020 program: On the Rocks together with The Denver Dolls! On the Rocks is Denver’s own modern Rat-Pack quartet, conjuring the smooth vocal styles of Frank Sinatra, as well as modern classics like Rascal Flatts, and bringing them together for the audience in a spirited and handsome package. For this special Estes Park concert, they are teaming up with Colorado’s most beloved Andrew’s Sisters ... Full Story

Audubon Club: February Program

Audubon Club: February Program

Obituary: Jennifer Lynne Markham Schlagel

Obituary: Jennifer Lynne Markham Schlagel

Jennifer Lynne Markham Schlagel, 48, of Berthoud, Colorado passed away on January 17, 2020. Jennifer was born July 25, 1971 in Loveland, Colorado to proud parents Bill and Elizabeth Markham of Berthoud, Colorado.  She grew up learning and loving farm life and graduated from Roosevelt High School in Johnstown, Colorado in 1989.  She attended Adams State College and earned a Bachelor's in Psychology.  Education was very important to Jennifer.  She continued on to Colorado State ... Full Story

Letter to the Editor: Impeachment

Letter to the Editor: Impeachment

Dear editor,  After spending 20 years in the US Army defending our Constitution, I feel I must speak out. The upcoming impeachment trial must be fair. Witnesses must be allowed for an honest and fair trial. Senators must base their decisions only on the evidence. The House must be allowed to present its full case -- calling necessary witnesses and allowing all evidence from the impeachment inquiry into the trial record. The American people deserve to see what this administration has done ... Full Story

Star Night: January 2020

Star Night: January 2020

The guest speakers for this public star night will be Deborah Price and Rebecca Dickson.  The title of their presentation is “Dark Skies Matter”. Light pollution blots out much of our night sky and prevents us from seeing the views that our ancestors enjoyed, but there are also other reasons to protect the night sky. More than half of wildlife species depend on darkness to survive, and a lack of light is important for human health. Deborah Price, Natural History Program Specialist ... Full Story

Berthoud Police Blotter: December 2019

Sunday, December 1 Vehicle Fire: Gray Mountain Road, a report was received of a vehicle on fire at this location. Deputies got fire out with extinguishers. Monday, December 2 Neighbor Problem: West Hill Drive, a resident plowed snow out onto West Hill Drive to block access to stop people from cutting through West Hill Drive which is public access, and this is the second time they have done it. Little Thompson Water District employees dug through the snow wall on the road to get ... Full Story

Berthoud Fire Calls: December 2019

Berthoud Fire Calls: December 2019

Incident Activity Dec. 1 – 8 Sunday, December 1 Berthoud Squad 1 responded to E 3rd Street and E Colorado Avenue for a medical assist. The patient was with LCSO deputies. The patient was assessed by TVEMS and cleared. Berthoud Squad 2 responded to the 800 block of N. County Road 23E for a gas leak. The homeowner was concerned about a vent hooked up to an old furnace. The crew used the monitoring equipment, which did not read any elevated percentages of any kind. Berthoud ... Full Story