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Berthoud’s Taylor Armitage grabs a
rebound during the contest versus
Windsor on Feb. 10.
Karen Fate / The Surveyor

Wizards hold off Lady Spartans

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor It is amazing how quickly two teams’ fortunes can turn. On Tuesday night in Windsor, the fortunes of both the Lady Wizards and the Lady… Read more »

Woman bitten, dog killed by three dogs in Berthoud neighborhood

By John Gardner The Surveyor On Dec. 9, Berthoud resident Lisa Crook went for a walk with her two dogs, Kahn, a 5-year old golden retriever, and Maggie, a 6-year-old… Read more »

Berthoud girls’ head coach, Randy Earl, speaks to his team during a break in
the game against Erie on Jan. 30.
Karen Fate / The Surveyor

Sharp-shooting lady Spartans soar over Falcons

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The Berthoud High School (BHS) girls basketball team appears to be hitting its stride. And their timing could not be better as, following their 41-22… Read more »

Berthoud's 126-pound junior wrestler, Kyler Bailey, works his opponent at the Valley Viking Invitational in Gilcrest on Jan. 31. 
Karen Fate / The Surveyor

Senior wrestlers honored as Spartans complete successful week

By Surveyor Staff Berthoud wrestling welcomed the Holy Family Tigers to the mat as they celebrated Senior Night on Jan. 28. Hometown seniors Matt Bonds, Sebastian Gonzalez and Ivan Warehime… Read more »

The home of Berthoud’s day marshal, Ross Haworth, was targeted by thieves in
June 1932. Haworth and his wife bought the house at 725 W. Welch Ave. earlier
that year for the sum of $1,500. On the evening of the crime wave, Berthoud’s
night marshal was L.O. Rockwell.
Photo courtesy Berthoud Historical Society, A. Haworth Collection

Depression crime wave swept Welch Avenue in June 1932

By Mark French Tales of the Little Thompson Times were hard in 1932. America was at the depth of the Depression, and little farm hamlets like Berthoud felt its full… Read more »

Eat a meal, support the students

By Surveyor Staff What a better way to provide a safe evening for local students than by eating a fabulous meal provided by several local eateries? We can’t think of… Read more »

Thompson School District Chief Financial Officer Stephen Towne.
Photo courtesy of TVSD / The Surveyor

Thompson School District, community mourns Steven Towne

By Surveyor Staff Thompson School District’s Chief Financial Officer, Steven Towne, passed away after sustaining injuries from a car accident early Friday morning in Fort Collins. According to a press… Read more »