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Monthly Archives: July 2014

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Green Frog Fine Art hops into town

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor Kathleen Gruman, a real estate agent at Re/Max Town & Country, has always wanted to open an art gallery. So, when Re/Max was looking for… Read more »

A patch of purple at Heritage Lavender in rural Berthoud

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor The word lavender often conjures up images of the South of France, where the lovely plant turns the rolling landscape a stunning hue of purple…. Read more »

Jeremy Yachik sentenced

Former Berthoud police officer sentenced to work release and 3 years probation By John Gardner The Surveyor Former Berthoud Police officer Jeremy Yachik will serve 30 days in the Larimer… Read more »

Berthoud Local plants seeds for farmers’ market

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor It’s already been a long, hot summer for the group that’s been working to get the Berthoud farmers’ market off the ground this year. Berthoud… Read more »

Chamber of Commerce ‘boosted’ Berthoud in 1907

Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French The Surveyor In September 1907, local residents organized a chamber of commerce to “boost” the Berthoud community. One of the first efforts… Read more »

Community calendar: July 17-23

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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 »

Simply Shabulous bids farewell to community

By May Soricelli The Surveyor In May of 2012, Chris Gischel eagerly opened up Simply Shabulous on Mountain Avenue. Although she had the intention of setting up shop there forever,… Read more »

Adjusting to new life can be challenging

By Robin Ferruggia The Surveyor While many people are aware of the current conflict between Ukraine and Russia, there’s another crisis unfolding there that few know about. It’s a struggle… Read more »