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Support local children in need this holiday season

By Katie Harris The Surveyor It all started in 1960, when a group of church elders took out second mortgages on their homes to purchase 155 acres in rural Longmont…. Read more »

Lady Spartans remain undefeated

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Nine games into the season and things are looking pretty good for the Berthoud High School girls basketball team. After squeaking past Niwot by a… Read more »

“The Last Jedi” paves way for new generation of Star Wars fanatics

4 out of 5 Stars By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor Perhaps fans’ expectations were far too high, or perhaps the movies were just that poor, but George Lucas’ attempt to… Read more »

Planning commission denies waiver

Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Planning Commission held a regular business meeting the evening of Thursday, Dec. 14, 2017, and considered a variance for a property located at 625… Read more »

Santa gives interview ahead of big day, reveals keys for making “nice” list

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor As we all know, Santa Claus is coming to town very soon. We at the Surveyor are fortunate to have a publisher, Becky Justice-Hemmann, who… Read more »

Berthoud artist Lory Ohs to lead Wildfire Community Arts Center

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Until Dec. 1, the Wildfire Community Arts Center opened its doors on a limited basis — mainly for classes and the drop-in U-Create Studio on… Read more »

Flying into Christmas – Drones, the toys with all the buzz

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor While the vast majority of toys wrapped in gift paper and resting under the Christmas tree will be reserved for the little ones, it doesn’t… Read more »

Boys split final two games before holiday break

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The often-used sports cliché that defense wins championships might be a bit over-blown, but that does not mean it is without merit. Offensively, the Berthoud… Read more »