Monthly Archives: March 2018

Board of Trustees approve development code updates

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor According to an information sheet provided by town staff, R. Wayne Ramey, President of Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. (REC, Inc.), made an offer to purchase… Read more »

Lundberg hosts town hall meeting on danger of 56/I25 interchange

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor On Saturday, March 24, 2018, approximately 40 residents of Berthoud and the surrounding area attended a town hall meeting to express their extreme displeasure with… Read more »

Town seeks input on recreation at Berthoud Reservoir and trail system

Special to the Surveyor The Town of Berthoud is hosting an open house on Wednesday, April 4, from 5 – 6:30 p.m. to gather community input and share information about… Read more »

Glendale Raptors – Pro Rugby comes to Colorado

By Nick Yuska The Surveyor Colorado is home to many popular professional sport teams, such as the Broncos, Nuggets, Rockies, and Avalanche. And now one of the fastest growing sports… Read more »

No fooling

  By Clay Peck, lead pastor, Grace Place The Surveyor Easter falls this year on April 1. But it’s not an April Fool’s joke. A Sunday-school kindergarten teacher was trying… Read more »

Girls soccer show their strength in two non-conference wins

By Jordan Schachterle The Surveyor Momentum is a key to success in any sport and it is a huge part to winning important games. When a team has momentum on… Read more »

Berthoud Spike Meet a win-fest for the Spartans

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor The Berthoud High School (BHS) track and field team posted a total of 33 first- through third-place finishes at the Berthoud Spike Meet held last… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – March 29, 2018

Author David Besch moves “From Bullied to Blessed”

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor As a ‘50s-something author, David Besch can clearly recall many incidents of bullying, and found a way to move “From Bullied to Blessed.” The first-time… Read more »

Wheels – March 2018