Yearly Archives: 2018

Electronic smoking devices added to town ordinance

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor On Tuesday, Sept. 11, 2018, the town board adopted an ordinance amending the Berthoud Municipal Code addressing the use of smoking tobacco and the use… Read more »

Heritage Ridge sixth filing approved includes open space

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Planning Commission met the evening of Sept. 27, 2018, to conduct a public hearing for a tract within the Heritage Ridge development. According… Read more »

Town board gets update on Heron Lakes and changes to metro district proposed

Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor At Tuesday evening’s town board meeting Jim Birdsall, owner of TB Group and a principal of the Heron Lakes ownership group, gave the trustees an overview… Read more »

Support the school bond and MLO initiative – 5A & 5B

By David Levy, Thompson School District Board of Education Recent new housing construction and continued school funding reductions have challenged the Thompson School District (TSD) to provide a seat for… Read more »

Amendment 73 asks a long, complicated question – the best answer no

By Steve Miller Amendment 73 would increase annual income taxes in Colorado by $1.6 billion. Those tax dollars would go into a separate fund and be exempt from all TABOR… Read more »

Moon Theater and Four Square Church restoration projects

By Heidi Short In the past year we have seen some unfortunate things happening to historic properties in Berthoud. One historic place was subdivided, which contributed to an end to… Read more »

Obituary – Charles Walter Helsel

Charles Walter Helsel November 5, 1933 – October 8, 2018 Charles Walter Helsel, 84, of Berthoud, passed away on Monday, Oct. 8, 2018, at his home. Charles Walter Helsel Charles… Read more »

Obituary – Max M. Marr

Max M. Marr July 21, 1933 – October 5, 2018  Max M. Marr Max was born at home in Norfolk, Neb., on July 21, 1933, to Clinton J. and Gertie… Read more »

Spartans send the miners back to the cave

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor 57-0 That had to put a smile on Coach Max Marr’s face. Before they kicked off on what was a sunny-but-chilly Saturday afternoon in northern… Read more »

New Freedom to serve Thanksgiving meal to entire community

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Every Thanksgiving New Freedom Outreach Center turns its café and church into a dining hall and invites the public to come in for a free… Read more »