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A Wildfire of a festival this weekend

Wildfire Arts Street Festival gearing up for Saturday By Robin Ferruggia The Surveyor The streets of Berthoud will come alive on Saturday, Sept. 13 with the annual Wildfire Arts Street… Read more »

Volleyball improves during busy week

By Paula Megenhardt The Surveyor The Spartans volleyball team dominated the Skyline Falcons in three sets, winning the first home conference match on Sept. 4. It was an emotional evening… Read more »

Hunting season opens for Spartans

By John Hall The Surveyor An exuberant student body poured on to Max Marr Field after the Berthoud High School Spartans football team dismantled the Arvada Bulldogs 54-0 on Sept…. Read more »

Lady Spartans reign supreme at Spartan Classic

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor It can be amazing what one small change can make. Something that may seem minute or even insignificant can, if altered, make a world of… Read more »

Obituaries: Wykoff, Webb

Ruby V. Wykoff: March 20, 1938 – Sept. 6, 2014 Ruby V. Wykoff (96) died Sept. 6, 2014, at Loveland Good Samaritan Village. Ruby was born March 16, 1918, in… Read more »

Community Calendar: Sept. 11-17

Community Calendar: Sept. 11, 2014

Cottage industry market opens in Berthoud

By Sylvanna Zurbrick The Surveyor Kelly Canino has always wanted to be the “rancher’s wife” − the woman of yesteryear who drove her community together on the open range. She… Read more »

No surrender for Spartans

John Hall The Surveyor The Berthoud Spartans football team adopted a quote from the film “300”; a film about 300 Spartans fighting one million Persians in the Battle of Thermopylae…. Read more »

Polis Discussed immigration at Berthoud town hall meeting

By John Gardner The Surveyor About 20 people attended a town hall meeting at the Berthoud Community Center Aug. 27 with U.S. Representative Jared Polis (D-Colo.). Immigration and the controversial… Read more »

Spartans dominate Vikings in season opener

Spartans’ first win a big one By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor It might sound like hyperbole to classify a first-of-the-season game against a lower-conference opponent as an “important win,” but… Read more »