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Molding minds through clay

Berthoud Library hosts hands-on Anatomy in Clay classes By Jan Dowker The Surveyor Known as the Library Project, the Berthoud Community Library District is one of six libraries along the… Read more »

Holy Family loss could be Spartans’ gain

By John Hall The Surveyor The Berthoud High School football team (5-1) came into last Friday’s game as the no. 8 ranked squad in the state and lined up against… Read more »

Cross country keeping pace

By Kristi Leonard The Surveyor Rain clouds hovered around the Denver Botanical Gardens at Chatfield on Wednesday afternoon as the Berthoud High School cross country team set up the team… Read more »

Rough Riders get thrown by Berthoud

By Paula Megenhardt The Surveyor The Lady Spartans focused on energy, communication, and having fun, to sweep the Roosevelt Rough Riders in three sets, 25-21, 25-17 and 25-23, on their… Read more »

The history of Mrs. Brown’s Welch Avenue home

Mrs. Eler Brown house was among first built on Berthoud’s Welch Avenue Tales of the Little Thompson By Mark French The Surveyor The house at 349 Welch Ave. was built… Read more »

Web Exclusive: BHS softball

Lady Spartans prepping for Regionals By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor After all the work put in − a full slate of 19 regular season games, 12 conference games and the… Read more »

Community Calendar: Oct. 9-15

Community calender Oct. 9-15

Community Calendar: Oct. 2-8

Comm Calendar: Oct. 2, 2014

Spartans rid eerie feeling in Tigers’ lair

By John Hall The Surveyor On a hot Friday night where the air temperature topped out at 90 degrees during warm-ups, the synthetic turf at Erie High School was surely… Read more »

Berthoud sweeps Skyline for second time

By Paula Megenhardt The Surveyor The Skyline Falcons didn’t stand a chance against the positive attitudes on the other side of the net. Berthoud went into the match against Skyline… Read more »