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Monthly Archives: February 2020

Cilantro & Lime offers food truck options

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Berthoud caterer Jeannie Wilcox wanted a way to bring her Mexican and Asian food to Berthoud without opening a restaurant. Breweries like City Star Brewing… Read more »

Berthoud girls claim 1st in conference, prepare for postseason

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Now the fun begins. The Berthoud High girls basketball team completed their 23-game regular season last Friday night at home with a 20-point win as… Read more »

PoliceFiles

Monday, February 17           Unlawful Sexual Contact:  Franklin Avenue, a resident reported a male, only known by his first name inappropriately touched her on the bus. Investigations notified. Tuesday, February 18… Read more »

Oil and gas presentation dominate board meeting

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud board of trustees heard from environmental researchers at Tuesday evening’s meeting. The board was alerted to health risks associated with oil and gas… Read more »

Local PEO Chapter hosts Valentine tea

Special to the Surveyor The Philanthropic Education Organization (P.E.O.) Chapter HA hosted a Valentine themed tea at the historic McCarty-Fickel Home Museum Saturday, Feb. 8, 2020. The event raised money… Read more »

Trustee-elect May Soricelli seeks to improve communication, build trust with Berthoud community

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The decision to seek elected office is not one to be taken lightly. For May Soricelli, now a Berthoud Trustee-elect, it was one that was… Read more »

Work on the I-25 Bridge will shut down Southbound I-25 Friday and Saturday night

Special to the Surveyor The I-25 North Express Lanes Project team will close southbound I-25 between Crossroads Boulevard and US 34 to place girders on the I-25 bridge over the… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – February 20, 2020

ReadingFiles

By Amie Pilla The Surveyor Why recommend one book when we can recommend 119?  Let’s shine the spotlight on our favorite mystery series.  To qualify for the mystery genre, someone… Read more »

A meet to remember for the Berthoud swim team at the state championships

By Jordan Schachterle The Surveyor Berthoud High School had entries for every event going into the 3A Colorado State Championships on Friday, and that in itself was reflective of the… Read more »