Archive: Page 89

Local student athletes taking up rugby

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor In the wide world of sports, rugby is one that flies under the radar, at least in the United States. Yet the sport is one… Read more »

Charity Stripe proves charitable for Lady Spartans

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor In basketball, the free-throw line is often referred to as the “charity stripe,” as players get to take their shots uncontested from an opposing defense…. Read more »

April 3 election important to future of Berthoud

By Mayor Steve Mulvihill On April 3 we have an election that is very important to the future and the character of this town.  Many of you are new to… Read more »

Mother-son team at RE/MAX Town & Country celebrate 25 years

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Mother and son real estate team Marian and Gary Maggi launched their business 25 years ago out of Marian’s Berthoud home. Two locations and another… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – February 22, 2018

Obituary – Diane Elizabeth McNalley

Diane Elizabeth McNalley 1940 – Feb. 16, 2018 Diane Elizabeth McNalley, 77, of Berthoud, Colo., passed away in her home on Feb. 16, 2018. She was preceded in death by… Read more »

Obituary – Brandon Douglas Vancil

Brandon Douglas Vancil Feb. 23, 1978 – Feb. 4, 2018 Brandon Douglas Vancil passed away at his home in Westminster, Colo., on Feb. 4, 2018.  He was 39. Brandon will… Read more »

Candidate Forum – Thursday March 15

Berthoud’s Austyn Binkly a State Champion – Spartans finish fourth as a team, five wrestlers medal

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor For Austyn Binkly there was always one more match to win. Binkly, a junior who reached the podium with sixth- and third-place finishes as a… Read more »

This year’s Berthoud Bash celebrates history while supporting Berthoud schools

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor The idea of the 10th annual Berthoud Bash is to bring students into the future, while letting the adults celebrate “Making History.” Tickets are now… Read more »