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Volunteers turned a blank storage container into  a colorful mural for the Berthoud Habitat for Humanity on 4th Street in Berthoud. 
Photo courtesy Meghan O'Brien Marks

Mural on Fourth Street

By May Soricelli The Surveyor A mural reflecting the Berthoud Habitat for Humanity’s (BHFH) charitable character was painted on the sides of a storage container that is used on-site for… Read more »

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Community calender Oct. 9-15

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Berthoud and Niwot take the field Friday night as the sun sets on Berthoud. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

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. 
All images John Gardner / The Surveyor

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's Luke Spitz, center, runs in the middle of the lead pack at the Region 4 cross country meet on Oct. 16. Spitz finished fifth and qualified to the state meet that will be held on Oct. 25 at the Norris-Penrose Event Center in Colorado Springs. 
Photo courtesy of Lisa Spitz / The Surveyor

Berthoud trio heads to state

Spitz, Grewal and Leonard qualify for state By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor In order to reap the benefits in October, the hard work begins in June for cross country. Just… Read more »

Berthoud quarterback, Cody Braesh, 7, passes for another completion to wide receiver Jackson Hall during the game against Frederick on Oct. 17 at Max Marr Field. Braesh and Hall connected for both Berthoud touchdowns in the game. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

Spartans narrowly avoid the Warriors trap

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Coming off a hard-fought, come-from-behind win in Mead the week prior, and perhaps looking ahead to what figures to be two very tough games –… Read more »

The Berthoud High School boys soccer team comes together after its final game. 
Angie Purdy / The Surveyor

Berthoud High boys soccer finished tough season with loss against Mead

By Angie Purdy The Surveyor The Berthoud High School boys soccer team wrapped up its season last Wednesday against Mead. And despite being a rough go for the Spartans, losing… 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.
Photo courtesy of Berthoud Historical Society

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.
Mark French / The Surveyor

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 »