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No second reading needed for recreation center funding

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor A recreation center in Waggener Farm Park is closer to reality today as the Berthoud Town Board approved Ordinance #1281, which authorizes an agreement between… Read more »

Trustee resignation

Special to the Surveyor Wednesday, Jan. 29 Trustee Pete Tomassi notified Mayor Will Karspeck of his decision to resign effective immediately. He has returned his tablet to the town and… Read more »

Being a Beekeeper 101

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Backyard beekeepers not only produce local raw honey, but if they garden or have fruit trees in their yards, they will reap bigger harvests from… Read more »

Russ Hopkins releases children's album, "Froggy"

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor When Berthoud singer/songwriter Russ Hopkins compiled his newest album he realized he had enough tunes to appeal to children for his December 2019 release, “Froggy.”… Read more »

Health warnings for Larimer County and nationwide

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Flu cases are on the rise in Larimer County, with 47 hospitalized flu cases so far this year.  Surveillance for the 2019-2020 flu season officially began… Read more »

Jeremy Olinger named Deputy Town Administrator

Special to the Surveyor For the past several years, the Town of Berthoud has operated without a Deputy Town Administrator. As of January 6, current Director of Parks and Recreation,… Read more »

Berthoud economy developing, more to come

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Berthoud is growing. Not just in terms of the town’s population but also with new businesses, offices and industrial outfits that will help to increase… Read more »

Man sentenced to six years for firing weapon outside Berthoud business

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Monday, Jan. 13, the Longmont man who was arrested for firing a weapon outside of the Lehman Printing Center in Berthoud in May 2019 was… Read more »

Berthoud students excel at Thompson District science fair

By Bob McDonnell The Surveyor Thompson School District held its eighth annual science fair Saturday, Jan. 11 at Thompson Valley High School in Loveland. A total of 66 students presented… Read more »

Colorado judicial branch posts draft of proposed rule on suppression of court records

By Jeffrey A. Roberts CFOIC Executive Director In a closed-door meeting Friday, a Colorado judicial branch committee is expected to consider a long-awaited new rule on the suppression and sealing… Read more »