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Tag Archives: 2018

It’s official – Colorado is drought-free after a record amount of precipitation

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor This winter there was a record amount of precipitation that fell across the state of Colorado and that means, for the first time in 21… Read more »

Hollywood train wrecks of 2018

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor The best movies in a year deserve recognition. However, it is far more fun to poke fun at the worst. Not every movie released is… Read more »

Top Berthoud sports stories of 2018

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor For Berthoud sports, 2018 was a busy year. Below are our picks for the top-10 sports stories of the year, listed in chronological order. Austyn… Read more »

Top Berthoud news stories of 2018

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor I’m certain several of the town’s residents by now have asked themselves, “Where did last year go?” Hopefully, the article that follows will answer some… Read more »

Budget for 2019 approved Tuesday evening

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor At the meeting Tuesday evening the Berthoud Board of Trustees, in a series of unanimous votes, ratified the 2019 budget as proposed by town staff…. Read more »

Savour – December 2018

Christmas in Berthoud 2018

Town Board approves Heron Pointe, Lot 2, gets first look at 2019 budget

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor At the Berthoud Board of Trustee meeting held Nov. 13, 2018 the applicants for Lot 2 of the Heron Pointe development offered several updates and… Read more »

Women in the military: local veterans reflect on their time in the service

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Right now about 14.5% of active-duty military personnel are women. Although women have actively participated in protecting their homelands throughout history they have progressively gained… Read more »

Berthoud sales tax increase, Thompson schools property tax increase approved by voters

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Tuesday’s election results demonstrated voters in Berthoud, by a very slim margin, want more amenities for parks and recreation, including a proposed recreation center to… Read more »