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Monthly Archives: December 2017

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – December 28, 2017

Obituary – Jacqueline Rene (Smith) Medina

Jacqueline Rene (Smith) Medina May 4, 1962 – December 16, 2017 Jacque passed away peacefully in her sleep to be with Jesus on December 16, 2017, no cause is yet… Read more »

Don’t Drop the Ball: Increased DUI Patrols until January 2

Special to the Surveyor For many, the new year marks a time for self-improvement, reflection and growth. For those who decide to drive under the influence of alcohol or other… Read more »

From dogs to dragons – physical therapy for the love of animals

By Robin Ferruggia The Surveyor The bite of a Komodo dragon can be deadly. That’s why four Denver Zoo employees holding brooms, “just in case he didn’t like what I… Read more »

Santa and the Berthoud Fire Department bring holiday magic to a special group

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Jingling bells and anticipatory whispers announced Santa’s arrival at Berthoud Elementary’s early childhood classroom Thursday, Dec. 21, just hours before the preschoolers were dismissed for… Read more »

Wendy B Fotos – the fine art of capturing memories

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Berthoud resident Wendy Boedeker travels Northern Colorado with her photography studio, keeping her equipment simple, as she turns black-and-white portraiture into fine art. “They’re artistic… Read more »

City Star emcee holds fundraiser in Berthoud, delivers instruments to Flint, Mich.

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor City Star Brewing emcee Ian Phillips wanted to give the gift of music so, just before Christmas, he traveled to Flint, Mich., to drop off… Read more »

Housing Authority helps local governments to attract, promote and secure affordable housing

By Guest Columnist Patrick Dillon The Surveyor One out of every three children in Colorado lives in a household with a high housing cost burden, and one out of four… Read more »

Wildlife encounters should be undertaken with safety in mind

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor For Colorado residents, an encounter with wildlife is a common and often daily experience, from squirrels in the backyard to bears in the back country…. Read more »

Winter generator useage – tops for staying safe while keeping warm

Special to the Surveyor Generators are critical during severe weather events, when the power can go out, as well as bringing power to remote job sites and in disaster recovery… Read more »