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RH Line calls printed March 9, 2014
"There is something fundamentally wrong when a board whose mission it is to help educate our children chooses as its first task to hire a very expensive lawyer who knows nothing about our district and then immediately drafts a multi-page document restricting public comment."
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Fri Mar 07, 2014
T-C Line: Proud of Nikko and Tyler
As long time members of the Berthoud community, we watched and prayed for Nikko and Tyler following that dark night.
Thompson Education Foundation presents 2014 Educators of the Year awards
Loretta Martens, right, counseling secretary at Loveland High School, receives a congratulatory kiss from her former co-worker Lisa Foxworth, administrative assistant for the district's human resources department, for her 2014 Thompson Education Foundation Educator of the Year award, presented Friday during the TEF Educator Appreciation Breakfast ... (more)
Tue Mar 04, 2014
8 seek election to Berthoud town board
The ballot is set for Berthoud's April 1 municipal election, with eight candidates set to vie for three available spots on the town's seven-member board of trustees.
Loveland Area Preschool Fair on Saturday will display options for...
Notes: The first 50 preschoolers will receive free Dr. Seuss books. There will be activities for preschoolers, such as crafts, coloring and storytime.
Thu Feb 27, 2014
No Berthoud trustee candidates yet, but 10 might run
On April 1, the town's approximately 3,800 registered voters will elect three members to the seven-person board.
Sat Feb 22, 2014
The Miami Herald
Colorado 4A High School Wrestling Final Results
Team Scores - Broomfield 127.5; Thompson Valley 120; Windsor 112; Pueblo County 106; Pueblo South 106; Discovery Canyon 94.5; Mesa Ridge 60; Berthoud 51; Mead 51; Pueblo East 46; Air Academy 44; Pueblo Central 44; Pueblo Centennial 43; Longmont 41.5; Erie 40; Elizabeth 39; Lewis-Palmer 36; Palisade 35; Durango 33; Ft.
Berthoud meeting will focus on rural area vision
Larimer County staff will hold a community meeting in Berthoud on Monday to ask residents about their long-term rural area vision.
Fri Feb 21, 2014
Longmont judge: Pumphouse can sell liquor
Bartender Lucas Pollock pours a beer at the Pumphouse, 540 Main St., on Friday, the day the brewpub got its liquor license back after being without it for nearly eight weeks.
Thu Feb 20, 2014
State Legislature offers tax relief for property destroyed by flooding
For Terry Mayes, the past five months have been filled with hours of often circuitous phone calls with insurance companies, banks, restoration services and countless other federal, state and local entities.
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Janie Allen Kenyon
Mrs. Kenyon was the daughter of the late Everett Allen and his wife, Olive Allen of Chattanooga, Tenn.
Hickenlooper signs flood disaster recovery bill
Under a bill that Gov. John Hickenlooper signed into law on Wednesday, county commissioners can now transfer money from their general budget fund into their budget's road and bridge fund after the governor declares a disaster emergency for such a county.
Wed Feb 19, 2014
Recreational pot moves forward in Larimer County
There was a noticeable absence of marijuana naysayers at the Larimer County Planning Commision's public hearing, where the county's first consideration for a retail shop and cultivation center was discussed on Wednesday.
First flood-related bill signed by Colorado governor
According to a release from the Capitol, the new law will allow counties to use money from their general to repair roads and bridges during a declared emergency.
Tue Feb 18, 2014
Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County plan to expand services
Within the next 10 years, the Boys & Girls Clubs of Larimer County wants to help out 1,100 youths a day instead of that same number every month.
Mon Feb 17, 2014
Three trustee seats up Berthoud's April election
The deadline to petition to join Berthoud's town board of trustees is Feb. 28, and as many as three seats will be up for grabs, as terms for trustees John Bauer, Thomas Jones and Dick Shepard all will expire this year.
Fort Collins Coloradoan
Soapbox: Companies need to get on board with air quality standards
Most of us living in the Larimer, Weld and eastern Boulder "gas patch" know that the expansion of oil and gas has led to unhealthy levels of air pollution and ozone during extraction, production, processing, flaring, transportation and distribution processes.
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Rural Area Vision workshops scheduled for Berthoud, LaPorte
The Larimer County Community Development Division's Rural Team is back up and running with rural area outreach efforts that ask residents about their long term rural area vision.
Berthoud police transition plan being drawn up Transition plan being drawn up
In less than three months, Berthoud Police will be no more, as the town's board of trustees voted last week to suspend the struggling department and contract law enforcement services from the Larimer County Sheriff's Office.
Pastors see waves of revival converging on Front Range churches
In fulfillment of Jesus ' prayer for unity among his followers, 13 pastors from diverse personal and church backgrounds rallied around two common denominators at a recent conference in the Rocky Mountain West: the finished work of the cross and the Lordship of Jesus Christ.