Author Archives: editor

TSD hold community outreach forum in Berthoud

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor With a mounting list of challenges and a financial crisis on their hands, the Thompson School District (TSD) has been reaching out to community members… Read more »

Some of Berthoud’s finest homes built during 1902 building boom

By Mark French The Surveyor There was a building boom in Berthoud in 1902. That year the town of Berthoud was home to 300 residents and occupied a footprint that… Read more »

It’s better to give and give than to receive

Special to the Surveyor A chicken coop that was constructed as an Eagle Scout project by Berthoud resident Tristan Clarkson that was donated to the Luau for Lumber fundraising event… Read more »

Nine Spartans sign their letters to play in college

By Jordan Schachterle The Surveyor On Wednesday, March 28, nine Berthoud High School (BHS) athletes signed their National Letters of Intent to continue their athletic careers in college. Some of… Read more »

See you in the funny papers – “The Far Side” Part II

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor This month we will finish looking at what is arguably the most brilliant, trailblazing, and highly-evolved cartoon series of the past 40 years – Gary… Read more »

Ivy Stockwell, Berthoud Elementary recognized as award-winning schools

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor Ivy Stockwell and Berthoud Elementary were each recognized at a recent Thompson School District Board of Education  (TSD) meeting for receiving the John Irwin School… Read more »

Berthoud resident Susan McCrossin celebrates 30 years of eradicating learning difficulties through her BIT method

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Susan McCrossin of Berthoud discovered the key to eradicating learning difficulties by combining acupressure and muscle testing in a technique she founded in Australia. McCrossin… Read more »

Election mandate for Will Karspeck, the town’s new mayor elect

Special to the Surveyor A large turnout gave candidate Will Karspeck an overwhelming mandate in the Tuesday, April 3, election, winning by 69 percent over candidate Jeff Hindman. There are… Read more »

Board of Trustees approve development code updates

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor According to an information sheet provided by town staff, R. Wayne Ramey, President of Ramey Environmental Compliance, Inc. (REC, Inc.), made an offer to purchase… Read more »

Lundberg hosts town hall meeting on danger of 56/I25 interchange

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor On Saturday, March 24, 2018, approximately 40 residents of Berthoud and the surrounding area attended a town hall meeting to express their extreme displeasure with… Read more »