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Larimer County to open Loveland Campus on Sept. 25

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Customers entering the new county building in Loveland will get a much different experience from the library-converted, overcrowded facility in downtown. Larimer County will move… Read more »

Ivy Stockwell tops Berthoud, R2-J in state assessment results

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Berthoud’s Ivy Stockwell Elementary School earned a 98.6 rating (out of a possible 100) on the 2018 School Performance Rankings from the Colorado Department of… Read more »

Fort Collins woman killed in head-on collision on Highway 287 south of Berthoud

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor A head-on collision along U.S. Highway 287 near mile marker 322 south of Berthoud on Sunday, Sept. 2 resulted in the death of a Fort… Read more »

Standoff in Prairie Star neighborhood ends with no injuries

Special to the Surveyor On August 30, 2018, at approximately 11:23 a.m., the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office was notified of a distraught adult male making threats of self-harm inside a… Read more »

Magic in the air and on the ground at Newell Farm

    By Becky Justice-Hemmann The Surveyor Rudy and I attended the 16th Annual Farm Concert on Sunday evening and were blown away by the amazing talent Butch Hause and… Read more »

Sheriff Smith appointed to state board

Special to the Surveyor Last week Governor Hickenlooper issued an executive order appointing Sheriff Justin Smith to the Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) Board. Smith’s appointment took effect… Read more »

OPINION – Rec Center > Schools?

To the editor: My name is Andrea Sutton and I live in Berthoud. I believe many of our board members and town staff participated in the school tours and the… Read more »

Antique doctor’s wagon rounds out collection at M&M Farms

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Three years ago Berthoud’s Bill Markham set out to find a chuck wagon to display at M&M Farms in east Berthoud. The farm, which Markham… Read more »

BFPD going to the goats

Firefighters don’t just rescue people! On Monday, Aug. 27 Berthoud Fire Protection District firefighters spent two hours rescuing a 5-day-old baby goat from an irrigation pipe in Berthoud. The goat… Read more »

ACLU demands Berthoud, along with 30 Colorado cities, repeal anti-panhandling laws

Special to the Surveyor ACLU of Colorado sent letters to 31 cities across the state this week demanding they repeal laws that restrict panhandling. The letters are part of a… Read more »