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One of the Chihuahuas rescued Monday from a residence in Larimer
County being transported to Larimer Humane Society for processing. All 63
dogs were given medical evaluations and appeared to be in good health.
Photo courtesy of Larimer County Humane Society

63 dogs rescued from Larimer County residence

By Surveyor Staff Larimer Humane Society’s Animal Protection and Control removed 63 Chihuahuas from a home in southern Larimer County on July 25. The dogs were taken to the Larimer… Read more »

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Quick response saves homes in 30-acre fire

By Surveyor Staff A fire sparked by a welder burned roughly 30 acres near the Sedona Hills community west of Berthoud on July 22. The fire caused evacuations of more… Read more »

Berthoud High School graduate Patrick
Barron signs his letter of intent, to
play baseball at York College in Nebraska,
at Berthoud High School last
week.
Courtesy photo

Berthoud’s Patrick Barron to play college baseball

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Throughout his senior year, Berthoud High School’s Patrick Barron watched as 14 of his friends, teammates and classmates signed letters of intent to compete as… Read more »

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Obituary: Stephen Peter Ackerman

Stephen Peter Ackerman, 81, died peacefully on July 22, 2016, at his home in Longmont, Colo., surrounded by family. Steve was born in New York City to his parents, Sydney… Read more »

CDOT receives $15 million for I-25 project

By Surveyor Staff The Colorado Department of Transportation will receive $15 million from the U.S. Department of Transportation to expand and improve Interstate 25 between Fort Collins and Loveland. The… Read more »

Board approves changes to subdivisions

By Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Town Board approved changes to the Vantage and Heron Lakes subdivisions at its Tuesday meeting. A proposal brought forward by Bill Zech, acting… Read more »

Berthoud High School students Chris Creager, Hannah Miller, Holly Kozlowski, and Connor Siruta, along with science teacher Brianne Wold, spent part of the summer studying leatherback turtles in Costa Rica as part of the Sea Turtle Ecology Program as part of Ecology Project International. 
Photo courtesy of Brianne Wold

BHS students spend summer studying endangered species

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor For teenagers, summer is an excellent time to take a break from school to hang out with friends and do whatever else of interest and,… Read more »

Elijah Grewal
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Elijah Grewal will continue running career in Illinois

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor Elijah Grewal ran one final race as a Berthoud Spartan this summer as he competed in the Colorado High School Athletic Association’s (CHSAA) All-State cross-country… Read more »

Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce Director
Deanne Mulvihill dances with a young girl at a previous Oktoberfest in Berthoud. Mulvihill is in her fourth year as chamber director and memberships are stronger than ever.
Surveyor file photo

Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce: looking back and looking ahead

By Bob McDonnell The Surveyor Saturday, July 9, marked the third anniversary of Deanne Mulvihill as executive director for the Berthoud Area Chamber of Commerce (BACC). The BACC has seen… Read more »

Planning commission nixes Gateway Park Patio Homes plan

Rudy Hemmann The Surveyor The Berthoud Planning Commission voted down plans for a nine-home subdivision at the northeast corner of Gateway Park. The proposal was brought forward by Craig Wrigley,… Read more »