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Christmas in Berthoud encourages giving to those in need during the holidays

Courtesy photo – Berthoud residents gave donations and “nominated” locations to be “flocked” to raise money for this year’s Christmas in Berthoud. Flocks of flamingos could be seen all over… Read more »

Berthoud’s newest horse breeding facility to host open house Nov. 17

Honkytonk Wrangler of Avalon Appaloosa’s in Berthoud Colo. By Katie Harris The Surveyor Originally raised by the Nez Perce American Indians of the west coast for its coat’s camouflaging abilities… Read more »

FUMC to host Harvest Home Dinner on Nov. 18, silent auction

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Dinners and silent auctions often go together, but with First United Methodist Church of Berthoud’s annual Harvest Home Dinner, there’s a slight difference. The annual… Read more »

Shoveling sugar beets paid by the ton

Photo courtesy of the Mark French Collection, Berthoud Historical Society – The Berthoud beet dump was located near the railroad tracks on North Fourth Street. Sugar beets that were not… Read more »

Berthoud Dance Company to perform “The Nutcracker” at Rialto Theater Center

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Since she was five, Brooke Nelsen of Berthoud wanted to be in “The Nutcracker,” and now, after four years of ballet, she landed her dream… Read more »

Recycling business moving to Berthoud, 60 jobs

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Planning Commission held a regularly-scheduled meeting on Thursday, Nov. 8, 2018, and dispatched of two agenda items in relatively short order. The first… Read more »

Community Calendar & Legal Notices – November 15, 2017

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 »