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Mark French and David Norrie take the red-hot iron bar from the furnace and hammer a punch through to make a square shaped opening in the center of bar that will eventually allow another bar to pass through when assembled.
May Soricelli / The Surveyor

History forged at museum

By May Soricelli The Surveyor The Berthoud Historical Society has commissioned the talents of local blacksmith David Norrie to design and forge a fence and gate structure that will connect… Read more »

Scarlett Sabin enjoys the warm weather and pumpkin lined steps as she joins her mother Macayla on the patio of the Berthoud Inn at the Farm to Table Dinner. 
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Farm to table dinner satisfies locals’ appetite

By May Soricelli The Surveyor An event many months in the making was held Saturday at the Berthoud Inn and Events Center in Berthoud. The first Farm to Table Dinner,… Read more »

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Grace Place hosts first downtown Halloween carnival

By May Soricelli The Surveyor This Halloween, Berthoud’s trick-or-treaters are invited to Mountain Avenue for the first Treat-On-The-Street carnival, sponsored by Grace Place Church. Families looking for a safe, fun… Read more »

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Berthoud and Niwot take the field Friday night as the sun sets on Berthoud. 
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Photos: BHS Homecoming parade and football game

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Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum’s History Camp photo gallery

All photos by May Soricelli / The Surveyor

Despite it being July, George Jacobo uses a snow shovel to clear the sidewalk in front of Mi Cocina Mexican Restaurant in Berthoud Monday afternoon after a powerful hailstorm came through. 
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Photos: Severe hailstorm pummels Berthoud

Despite it being July, George Jacobo uses a snow shovel to clear the sidewalk in front of Mi Cocina Mexican Restaurant in Berthoud Monday afternoon after a powerful hailstorm came… Read more »

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Berthoud wide receiver Jackson Hall, 83, breaks a tackle against a Northridge defender on Oct. 24 at Max Marr Field in Berthoud. This was Hall’s second touchdown in the game, and two-TD game for the second week in a row, but that wasn’t enough to overcome Northridge. 
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Grizzlies roar, best Spartans 32-20

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Some losses are tougher to stomach than others. The Berthoud High School football team experienced one of those losses last Friday night as they fell… Read more »

Berthoud setter, sophomore Jessa Megenhardt, jump sets against Bear Creek in the final at the 
Golden Volleyball Invite on Oct. 25. Berthoud went undefeated and beat 5A Bear Creek for the title. 
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Spartans defeat 5A Bear Creek for Golden Invite title

Berthoud preps for regionals on Nov. 1 at home By Paula Megenhardt The Surveyor Strong efforts by every player led the Lady Spartans to win the Golden Invite on Oct…. Read more »

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Great run for Berthoud long-distance trio

  Berthoud’s three entrants in the state cross country meet this past Saturday included​ Elijah Grewal, left, who finished in 111th, Kiah Leonard, center, finished in 11th, and Luke Spitz,… Read more »

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The Great Western Sugar Company's "High Ten" growers for the 1941 season included (back row right-to-left) Cyriel Darrus, Nels Peterson, Henry Weber, John W. Waggener, Rasmus Jordaner, S.P. Crowley (front row right-to-left) Abe Abrams, Jake Stroh, Howard Binder and S.A. Gray.
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Sugar beets dominated local news in 1941

Mark French Tales of the Little Thompson The Surveyor Growing sugar beets was serious business in Berthoud’s rural districts in 1941. The Great Western Sugar Company garnered farmers’ enthusiasm by… Read more »

The Mrs. Eler Brown house at 349 Welch Ave. in Berthoud was built by contractor John A. Bell in 1904. Mrs. Brown lived in the three-room house for a few months before renting it to Mr. and Mrs. C.A. Rockwell.
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The history of Mrs. Brown’s Welch Avenue home

Mrs. Eler Brown house was among first built on Berthoud’s Welch Avenue Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French The Surveyor The house at 349 Welch Ave. was built… Read more »

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Rattlesnakes were main hazard at Berthoud Golf Course

Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French On Jan. 19, 1933, readers of The Berthoud Bulletin were greeted with news that “A group of men in Berthoud and vicinity… Read more »