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Tag Archives: 2018

OPINION – letters to the editor

To the editor: I call Estes Park home. But we Estes Park residents also reside in Larimer County, and as residents of the county, we rely heavily on county services…. Read more »

Colorado Amendment 73 asks for tax hike for education funding

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Currently all Coloradans, regardless of earned income, pay the same rate (4.63 percent) in state income taxes. Amendment 73 would change that, increasing taxes on… Read more »

OPINION: Letters to the editor

To the editor: When I first heard John Kefalas was running for county commissioner, I was thrilled. But then I realized I had no idea what the commissioner did. So… Read more »

BWS Voter Guide 2018

“Brat” time is it? It’s “stein” for Okotberfest in Berthoud

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor This Saturday, Oct. 6, from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in Fickel Park, Oktoberfest will be polka dancing its lederhosen-wearing, bratwurst-eating, beer-drinking self into Berthoud…. Read more »

YOURVOICE – Campaign Endorsements

To the editor: Experience in Larimer County matters, and Sean Dougherty has spent many years preparing to be a Larimer County Commissioner. He has worked on land use issues, the… Read more »

Berthoud Fire puts 7B on the November ballot

Special to the Surveyor Berthoud Fire Protection District has served the Berthoud community for 130 years, and is a Statutory Special District governed by a Board of Directors. Berthoud Fire… Read more »

Nick Thomas independent for U.S. House

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Do not call Nick Thomas a long-shot. The independent running for the United States House of Representatives in Colorado’s second congressional district has built a… Read more »

OPINION – November Elections

Letter to the editor I write to encourage readers to elect Sean Dougherty as our next county commissioner. Sean is a long-time resident and businessman in Larimer County and is… Read more »

2018 Street Festival this Saturday

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor There will be dragons this year at the 15th annual Wildfire Community Arts Center’s 2018 Street Festival which will take place on Saturday, Sept. 8,… Read more »