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Yearly Archives: 2018

Berthoud-based Rotary Club forming

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Nearby cities to Berthoud all have Rotary Clubs, so Berthoud couple Ken and Jan Grack figured the town should have one too. The Gracks, who… Read more »

Town board plans ahead on Mountain Ave.

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor On Friday, Sept. 14, 2018, a group of 12 people comprised of town trustees, planning commission members, and town staffers toured the Mountain Avenue corridor… Read more »

Berthoud dominates in first set – Frederick adjusts for win

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor A nearly two-week layoff in the middle of the season did not appear to have any adverse effect on the Berthoud High School (BHS) volleyball… Read more »

Lady Spartans best Mead in thrilling, walk-off fashion

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Even though they all count the same in the standings, some wins mean a little more than others. The Berthoud High School softball team got… Read more »

Nick Thomas independent for U.S. House

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Do not call Nick Thomas a long-shot. The independent running for the United States House of Representatives in Colorado’s second congressional district has built a… Read more »

Deputy Kevin Kingston loves his job

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Deputy Kevin Kingston loves his job because he gets to spend the day with middle schoolers. “I got the best job in the world. I… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – September 20, 2018

Obituary – Garran David Ryan

Garran David Ryan August 3, 1961 – September 9, 2018 Garran “Gary” David Ryan, 57, of Berthoud, Colo., passed away suddenly on Sunday, Sept. 9. Gary was born on Aug…. Read more »

County mourning loss of Commissioner Lew Gaiter III

Special to the Surveyor The Larimer County Board of Commissioners is saddened to announce that Commissioner Lew Gaiter III, passed away on September 18, 2018. “Lew was a man of… Read more »

Vincent Mosley of the LCSO to serve as BHS’s SRO

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Vincent Mosley of the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office immediately said yes to hanging out with high schoolers. Mosley began July 1 as the new school… Read more »