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Obituary – Mark Edward Frazier

Mark Edward Frazier June 22, 1961 – June 1, 2020 Beloved brother Mark Edward Frazier passed away unexpectedly of natural causes at the age of 58 on Monday, June 1,… Read more »

Berthoud Reservoir and Waggener Farm park construction update

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The Town of Berthoud is currently working on a pair of recreation projects, one on the north shore of Berthoud Reservoir and the other on… Read more »

Town Board approves Harvest Ridge plan, receives clean financial bill of health, opens offices

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor At the regular meeting of the Berthoud Board of Trustees, once again held virtually via Zoom conference, the lion’s share of the discussion centered around… Read more »

News bites

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor ****Larimer County as of June 10, has had 626 confirmed COVID-19 cases and 181 suspected cases. This represents an increase of 83 cases associated with… Read more »

Larimer County Fair is on for August 2020!

By Katie Harris The Surveyor After months of uncertainty, a decision was reached earlier this month, and Larimer County Fair will take place as scheduled in 2020! Despite restrictions on… Read more »

Timed entry required in RMNP this summer

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Rocky Mountain National Park began a phased reopening Wednesday, May 27, with limited services including basic park road and trail access. Visitor centers will remain… Read more »

OPINION – Moving toward justice requires all of us

By Javier Alberto Soto – CEO of The Denver Foundation “In these uncertain times.” For the past two-and-a-half months, I’ve struggled with this phrase. While much about this moment is,… Read more »

TSD high school sports on hold until July

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor While the school year just (officially) ended last week, the prospects for what will happen in the fall have a lot of Berthoud students and… Read more »

Ali started making masks for her family, now has 39 members

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Ali Thompson of Berthoud wanted to make three masks for her family and ended up making a hundred—and when the requests kept pouring in, she… Read more »

OPINION – Letter to Gov. Polis from Senator Woodward

A message to the Governor calling for an end to the ‘Disaster Emergency Declaration’ from State Senator Rob Woodward. Dear Governor Polis, The Legislature allowed you significant leeway to respond… Read more »