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One student’s vision evolves into school-wide service project at Berthoud Elementary

By Katie Harris      The Surveyor The students at Berthoud Elementary are helping make the world a brighter place this year, thanks to one little girl with a big heart and… Read more »

TMS student wins Thompson School District Spelling Bee

Special to the Surveyor Streusel? Parfait? Piccolo? Those are just a few words that Turner eighth-grader Zoë Schoo conquered to win the Thompson District Spelling Bee in Loveland on Saturday,… Read more »

Trustees discuss annexation and retail marijuana for April 3 mail-ballot

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor A special meeting of the Berthoud Board of Trustees was called Tuesday evening in order for the board to consider ballot language for two resolutions… Read more »

Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce announces annual award winners

Special to the Surveyor The Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce held its annual membership celebration and installation dinner Jan. 27 at Grace Place. The event included a silent auction and… Read more »

PoliceFiles

Monday, Jan. 22        Warrant arrest/possession of drug paraphernalia/violation of a protection order: S. First Street, a 36-year-old Greeley man was arrested on the warrant as well as the above charges…. Read more »

Guardian Angels Catholic Church offers services in new building, retains original church

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor The Catholic Church, serving the Berthoud and Mead communities, added three guardian angels to the new church building for two reasons. First, the church’s name… Read more »

Threes and free-throws push Spartans past Tigers

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor It can really be a thing of beauty when everything goes according to plan. In getting a much-needed 68-65 win over Tri-Valley Conference rival Erie… Read more »

BHS cheer team reaches milestone as largest team in school’s history

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor This year, Berthoud High School (BHS)  has the largest cheer team in the school’s history, as the organizers try to grow the program. “We are… Read more »

Classes help caregivers get the support they need in Larimer County

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Sometimes caregivers need a little caregiving, so Larimer County Office on Aging will offer two classes focused on self-care. “Caregivers are notorious for putting their… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – February 1, 2018