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People watch school board president Bob Kerrigan in the overflow room of the Board of Education meeting Wednesday. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

Teachers Association ‘redundant,’ according to Langner

By John Gardner The Surveyor People booed as they walked out of the crowded overflow room at the Thompson Valley School District offices after the Board of Education rejected–in a… Read more »


Marijuana at high school a concern for police chief

By John Gardner The Surveyor Sergeant Jim Anderson with the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Berthoud Squad presented information to the Berthoud Trustees at the May 12 meeting regarding crime statistics… Read more »

Berthoud’s Molli Boruff and coach Mary Durkin take shelter under an umbrella as the rain comes down on the 14th hole at River Valley Ranch in Carbondale
Tuesday during the girls 4A State Golf Championship. The wet and cold weather made for some challenging golf at the state tournament.
Colleen O’Neil / Special to The Surveyor

Golfin’ in the rain, Boruff cards experience

By John Gardner The Surveyor Before Molli Boruff even laced up her golf shoes at this year’s girls 4A Colorado State Golf Championship at River Valley Ranch in Carbondale on… Read more »

Berthoud’s Josie Spitz placed fifth in the pole vault and Alyssa Strong finished fifth in the triple jump at the Colorado state track and field meet, May 14-16.
Photo courtesy of Lisa Spitz / The Surveyor

Pair of fifth place finishes for Spitz and Strong

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor May 18 started early with the Berthoud team van leaving at 6:30 a.m. headed for Jefferson County Stadium in Lakewood. Most of Berthoud’s athletes competed… Read more »

Town, county schedule meetings to discuss GMA

By Surveyor Staff The Town of Berthoud, in conjunction with Larimer County, has scheduled three meetings regarding the coordination of the town’s Growth Management Area boundaries defined by Berthoud’s Comprehensive… Read more »

Ayden Wolf, 9, right, and his sister, Sydney Wolf, 7, both students at Ivy Stockwell Elementary, hold signs in support of Thompson School District Teachers Friday Afternoon at Fickel Park in Berthoud. 
A group of local parents and grandparents gathered at Fickel Park on Friday afternoon to gather signatures on a letter of support for Thompson School District teachers.
"We love our teachers and so we're just supporting them," said Ayden and Sydney's mother, Jamie Wolf. "We want the best for them like they want the best for our kids."

John Gardner / The Surveyor

Locals gather at Fickel Park to support teachers


One year since deputies began Berthoud patrols

By John Gardner The Surveyor April 30 marked the one-year anniversary of the Larimer County Sheriff’s Office taking over law enforcement operations for the Town of Berthoud, after a scandal… Read more »