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Berthoud’s Kelly Chamberlain soars almost a foot above her personal best in teh pole vault, clearing
10 feet at the Runner’s Roost Invitational in Fort Collins on March 21.
Photo courtesy of Lisa Spitz / The Surveyor

Three Spartans best 10 teams at Runner’s Roost

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor The majority of the Berthoud High School track team did not compete because of a weather-related meet withdrawal on Thursday. However, three girls and one… Read more »


Savour: March 2015

BREAKING NEWS: Second Heron Pointe petition rejected

Town Clerk says group missed deadline to file petition By John Gardner The Surveyor Berthoud Town Clerk Mary Cowdin rejected an addendum petition Friday afternoon, submitted by Heron Pointe opposition… Read more »

Heron Pointe opposition turns in second petition

First petition deemed insufficient due to missing information from signers By John Gardner The Surveyor The group opposed to the Heron Pointe development, in Berthoud’s northern stretch, have, for a… Read more »

Alex Sabados

Orange you spreading kindness?

Everything’s coming up orange with a sprinkle of kindness   By Jan Dowker The Surveyor One of spring’s first signs in Berthoud is the brightly colored orange balloons that sprout… Read more »

Don’t forget to donate nonperishable foods, Saturday

By Surveyor staff On March 21, three local Boy Scouts troops, two Cub Scouts packs and six Girl Scouts troops will collect food for their annual Scouting For Food donation… Read more »

Berthoud Hall at the Colorado School of Mines in Golden, Colo., was named in
honor of Captain E.L. Berthoud. Also the namesake of the town of Berthoud,
Captain Berthoud surveyed the course of the Colorado Central Railroad between
Longmont and Cheyenne (and through the Little Thompson Valley) in the
Photo courtesy of Berthoud Historical Society

School of Mines building bears name of Berthoud’s namesake

Mark French Tales of the Little Thompson Capt. Edward L. Berthoud was one of the men who helped establish the Colorado School of Mines. In 1870 he was among the… Read more »