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Preparing for the worst

Law enforcement agencies use Berthoud High School to prepare for worst-case scenario By John Gardner The Surveyor “The safety word is orange,” Larimer County Sheriff’s Office Sergeant Brad Harkin told… Read more »

Work ’em Cowboy

Local fitness trainer “Cowboy Ryan” introduces Berthoud to unique workout program By May Soricelli The Surveyor “It’s not the events that shape your life, it’s what you do with those… Read more »

Berthoud Brewing closer to tapping that keg

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor Berthoud Brewing Co. is so close to opening we can almost taste it. Shawn Fitzgerald, owner of Berthoud Brewing Co., is anxious to introduce Berthoud… Read more »

Despite growth, Berthoud Day retains small-town feel

By John Gardner The Surveyor Mary Wooldridge stood on the curb of Mountain Avenue in front of the Wayside Inn, Saturday, as the Berthoud Day parade slugged past, just feet… Read more »

Trustees agree to continue allowing mobile vendors ‘at’ Fickel Park

Trustees agree to continue allowing mobile vendors, but see need to clarify ordinance By May Soricelli The Surveyor The Berthoud Board of Trustees unanimously agreed to allow a vendor to… Read more »

10 years and counting

Berthoud’s hometown newspaper celebrates first decade of business By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Weekly Surveyor celebrates 10 years of business on June 16. The current publisher, Becky Justice-Hemmann,… Read more »

Hall of Fame dinner and awards embraced community, past and present

By John Gardner The Surveyor Even though Derek Good only lived in Berthoud for the four years he attended Berthoud High School (BHS), he considers the Berthoud community his family…. Read more »

Forever Spartans

Celebrating Heidi’s life

Berthoud’s Heidi Purdy celebrates her 18th birthday 15 years after accident nearly took her life By John Gardner The Surveyor The miracle On May 16, 1999, Angie Purdy said goodbye… Read more »

Berthoud High School buckles up to win Seat Belt Challenge

By John Gardner The Surveyor When winning a prize like the Seat Belt Challenge, the money isn’t the best reward – life is. When Tad Johnson visited Berthoud High School… Read more »