Yearly Archives: 2018

Women in the military: local veterans reflect on their time in the service

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Right now about 14.5% of active-duty military personnel are women. Although women have actively participated in protecting their homelands throughout history they have progressively gained… Read more »

Berthoud sales tax increase, Thompson schools property tax increase approved by voters

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Tuesday’s election results demonstrated voters in Berthoud, by a very slim margin, want more amenities for parks and recreation, including a proposed recreation center to… Read more »

A WWI letter home from Wyatt Smith

Photo courtesy of the Welty Collection, Berthoud Historical Society. – Following military service in World War I, Wyatt Smith returned to Berthoud and continued his life as a rancher and… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – November 8, 2018

Blacksmith school being passed on to two Berthoud residents

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Berthoud blacksmiths Otto Engel and Dakota Myers are expanding the offerings at David Norrie Blacksmith School in Berthoud as David Norrie shifts his involvement to… Read more »

Lady Spartans are state bound

Photo Courtesy of Dana Holmes – Kathryn Worrell (left) and Kailey Berry hold the regional championship trophy as the Berthoud High School volleyball team celebrates their victory last Saturday in… Read more »

Obituary – Helen Jamieson

Helen Jamieson Helen Jamieson Helen Jamieson, 95, passed away on Thursday Oct. 25, 2018. The last of the original Jamieson clan, she was preceded in death by her husband of… Read more »

Tune-in for “Clue” New BHS production showcases wealth of talent

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor There has been a trend ever since Cheryl and Chris Kouns took over the Berthoud High School drama team in 2014. Every school year the… Read more »

Secure perimeter a precautionary measure at TMS

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor Turner Middle School (TMS) implemented a secure perimeter as a precautionary measure for 37 minutes in the late morning hours of Tuesday Nov. 6. According… Read more »

OPINION – letters to the editor

To the editor: I call Estes Park home. But we Estes Park residents also reside in Larimer County, and as residents of the county, we rely heavily on county services…. Read more »