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Ivy Stockwell third grader Jack DeSousa shows off fresh vegetables from picked from the Ivy Cares garden.
Photo courtesy Lynne DeSousa

Ivy Cares Club school garden helps students grow

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Students at Ivy Stockwell reaped the benefits of growing their own food this season, thanks to the school-sponsored Ivy Cares Club. The club, which is… Read more »

Larimer County SWAT members enter the Subway with a K-9 deputy Tuesday to clear the building of a possible third suspect in the attempted burglary. Two local men were arrested in connection with the incident. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

Two locals booked for attempted burglary at Subway

By John Gardner The Surveyor Mountain Avenue and part of Third Street in Berthoud were closed for close to two hours Tuesday while local authorities searched the Subway restaurant for… Read more »

A Larimer County Sheriff's deputy searches one suspect in custody involved with an alleged robbery at Subway on Mountain Avenue while a second deputy keeps cover on a back door to the building Tuesday morning. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

Two in custody for alleged burglary at Subway

By John Gardner The Surveyor Larimer County Sheriff’s Deputies responded to an attempted burglary at the Subway on Mountain Avenue in Berthoud just before 10:30 a.m. Tuesday morning. According to… Read more »

Bill Moriarty, left, and his wife, France Moriarty, center, cut plywood while volunteering
at one of the under construction Habit for Humanity homes in Berthoud.
Another volunteer, Rick Huls, is part of the Car-A-Vaners group that was recently
in Berthoud.
Katie Harris / The Surveyor

Habitat’s RV Car-A-Vaners land in Berthoud, help make dreams come true

By Katie Harris The Surveyor On the dashboard of Bill and France Moriarty’s Freightliner sits a letter they received eight years ago. Though the woman who wrote it was all… Read more »

Local families set to receive Habitat homes in 2017

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Thanks to the help of the care-a-vanners, and others who have helped with the Habitat for Humanity homes, such as the AmeriCorps, who were in… Read more »

Kelly Hines Keller, right, from Plant A Row for the Hungry is photographed with First Presbyterian Church members Sally Seitz, left, and Donald Houle, center. Keller delivers extra produce grown locally to the House of Neighborly Services that operates out of the church on Tuesdays. Houle and Seitz contribute produce grown at the church. All the food goes to families in need. 
John Gardner / The Surveyor

Growing a gift

Berthoud organization helps beat hunger with fresh, local produce By Katie Harris The Surveyor In the fall of 2011, Kelly Hines Keller found herself with time on her hands, a… Read more »

The Chalet Dancers entertain Oktoberfesters with a traditional dance during the
fifth annual Berthoud Oktoberfest in Fickel Park.
Surveyor file photo

Raise a glass (or a wurst) to the sixth annual Berthoud Oktoberfest

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Don your dirndl or lederhosen for Berthoud’s sixth annual Oktoberfest at Fickel Park on Sat., Oct. 1. The festival begins at 11 a.m. with the… Read more »


Ivy Stockwell’s Carnival and Car Show: An event for the whole community

By Katie Harris The Surveyor Ivy Stockwell Elementary School’s sixth annual Carnival and Car Show will take place on Saturday, Sept. 24, from 11 a.m. – 3 p.m. in the… Read more »

The historic “Culp” house, located at 733 Fifth Street in Berthoud, was built in the 1890s but was recently purchased
by Heidi and Bryan Short. The Shorts applied for and received a historical designation for the property through the
Berthoud Historical Preservation Advisory Committee.

Culp house is historic

By Bob McDonnell The Surveyor Berthoud resident Heidi Short is a fan of history. Along with her husband, Bryan, she is helping preserve some of Berthoud’s history. Short’s interest in… Read more »

Cops: Lock your car doors

Vehicle trespasses in Berthoud Special to the Surveyor Between 10 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 16, and 6 a.m. on Saturday, Sept. 17, eight vehicle trespasses occurred in the Mary’s Farm… Read more »