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BFPD going to the goats

Firefighters don’t just rescue people! On Monday, Aug. 27 Berthoud Fire Protection District firefighters spent two hours rescuing a 5-day-old baby goat from an irrigation pipe in Berthoud. The goat… Read more »

ACLU demands Berthoud, along with 30 Colorado cities, repeal anti-panhandling laws

Special to the Surveyor ACLU of Colorado sent letters to 31 cities across the state this week demanding they repeal laws that restrict panhandling. The letters are part of a… Read more »

Cyclist dies in accident with semi on Berthoud Parkway

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor The cyclist killed near the intersection of Bunyan Avenue and Berthoud Parkway on Monday, Aug. 20, has been identified by the Larimer County Coroner’s Office… Read more »

Thompson School Board approves ballot language for November vote

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor At the most recent meeting of the Thompson School District Board of Education, held Wednesday night in Loveland, the board unanimously approved language for a… Read more »

Peter Yu, Republican candidate for Colorado’s second congressional district

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor For Peter Yu, Republican candidate for Colorado’s second congressional district, it’s all about facts. “Let’s make sure we understand the facts before we say all… Read more »

Joe Neguse, Democrat candidate for Colorado’s second congressional district

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Timing is everything When the opportunity to run for public office became available, Joe Neguse, Democrat Party candidate for Colorado’s second congressional district, jumped at… Read more »

TPC Colorado hosting Best-Ball Tournament to benefit BHS golf teams

Special to the Surveyor On Monday, Sept. 17, the TPC Colorado at Heron Lakes course will be hosting the inaugural Spartan Classic golf tournament to raise money for the Berthoud… Read more »

Street repairs and maintenance contract awarded by board

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The Berthoud Town Board of Trustees held their regularly scheduled meeting at town hall on Tuesday evening. Discussion of street repairs and maintenance constituted the… Read more »

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Fourteen-year-old Ayla Hermanson started shooting to hang out with her father, but now she’s heading to state for two of seven disciplines in 4-H Shooting… Read more »

Berthoud library staffer Elizabeth Lawrence to receive prestigious paralibrarian award

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Avid reader Elizabeth Lawrence turned a childhood pastime into a job and now has an award for her work as part of the staff at… Read more »