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Monthly Archives: July 2014

Berthoud’s Creager is a woman of influence

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor After attending a career day in high school, Caroline Creager knew that she wanted to study physical therapy. She moved from the tiny town of… Read more »

Wheels: July 2014

Public input sought on Berthoud Common zoning

By John Gardner The Surveyor The Town of Berthoud is once again looking to sell the piece of property that was recently the site of the popular BMX track. However,… Read more »

Keirnes family settled at Twin Mounds in 1880

Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French The Surveyor Charles Keirnes was one of Berthoud’s early homesteaders. Along with his wife Harriet, Keirnes came to the valley in 1880… Read more »

Community Calendar: July 31- Aug. 6

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Spartans football call audible after hailstorm

By John Hall The Surveyor In the aftermath of the July 14 hailstorm, the Berthoud High School football team saw a need and took action. The Berthoud football players and… Read more »

Old City Restaurant building added to City Star Brewing

Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French The Surveyor Another chapter is being added to the book about Jake Zoller’s shoe shop. The small frame building at 315 Mountain… Read more »

Ukraine crisis hits close to home for one Berthoud Family

Editor’s note: This is the second story in our two-part series on the Ukrainian crisis’ effects on local Ukrainians. The first part of the series ran in the July 10… Read more »

Many families celebrate AAC’s 20-year anniversary

By May Soricelli The Surveyor Berthoud Town Park was decorated with tents and festive booths for the annual Celebration Picnic hosted by Berthoud’s own Adoption for All Children (AAC) on… Read more »

Exercise with a beer chaser

By John Gardner The Surveyor It can be difficult meeting people when you move to a new place. But for Jason and Jessica Plunkett, who recently moved to Berthoud from… Read more »