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After completing the mornings chores on the Meining homestead the children line up at the sound of the teacher ringing the school bell. Boys and girls eagerly took their places in separate lines. 
May Soricelli / The Surveyor

Learning Berthoud’s history

Area children learn about local history at Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum By May Soricelli The Surveyor The history of pioneering in Berthoud in the 1880s was brought to life… Read more »


Little Thompson Valley Pioneer Museum’s History Camp photo gallery

All photos by May Soricelli / The Surveyor

Brandy Mattson and Tami Spaulding presented Caroline Creager, center, with her award at the Colorado Women of Influence ceremony on July 16.
Photo courtesy of Colorado Women of Influence

Berthoud’s Creager is a woman of influence

By Heidi Kerr-Schlaefer The Surveyor After attending a career day in high school, Caroline Creager knew that she wanted to study physical therapy. She moved from the tiny town of… Read more »


Wheels: July 2014

Public input sought on Berthoud Common zoning

By John Gardner The Surveyor The Town of Berthoud is once again looking to sell the piece of property that was recently the site of the popular BMX track. However,… Read more »

Charles and Harriet Keirnes came to the Little Thompson Valley and established a homestead near Twin Mounds in 1880. Upon their retirement from farming, they moved to a house at 549 Fifth St. in Berthoud.

Photo courtesy of the Ludlow Collection/Berthoud Historical Society

Keirnes family settled at Twin Mounds in 1880

Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French The Surveyor Charles Keirnes was one of Berthoud’s early homesteaders. Along with his wife Harriet, Keirnes came to the valley in 1880… Read more »

Community Calendar: July 31- Aug. 6

Community Calendar: July 31, 2014