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Emerald Ash Borer detected near Berthoud

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor National and state experts have confirmed the presence of emerald ash borer (EAB) – an invasive, highly destructive tree pest – only three miles from… Read more »

Community gets an up-close look at TSDs new Career and Technical Education Center

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor Tuesday evening on the campus of what was formerly known as Van Buren Elementary School in Loveland, parents, students, members of the Thompson School District… Read more »


For over 15 years now the Berthoud Weekly Surveyor has been Berthoud’s No. 1 source for news. For Berthoud, by Berthoud, in Berthoud. The Surveyor has covered the good news… Read more »

ECD Metalworks relocates from Denver to Berthoud

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Emmett Culligan needed more space for his metalworking shop, so five months ago he relocated ECD Metalworks from Denver to the Berthoud area. ECD Metalworks… Read more »

Enjoy the great outdoors

By Jim Kilpatrick The Surveyor It is hard to believe we have come to the end of another summer. School has started and the amount of daylight in each day… Read more »

Berthoud wins two of last three keeping “eye on the prize”

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor It’s all about keeping their collective eye on the prize. That is the message Berthoud High head softball coach, Buddy Kouns, is trying to impart… Read more »

Reinventing the sci-fi genre

By Aaron Reynolds The Surveyor 4.5 Out of 5 Stars Brad Pitt first emerged in Hollywood as a handsome 28-year-old stud in “Thelma & Louise,” and was known largely for… Read more »

Kô-fē Drive-Thru greets customers with new mural

By Shelley Widhalm The Surveyor Visitors to Kô-fē Drive-Thru will be greeted by flowers holding coffee cups and swirling coffee creamer as they pull up to order. The vibrant design… Read more »

Town board hears plea to help prevent youth suicide

By Dan Karpiel The Surveyor The Berthoud Board of Trustees held their regularly scheduled meeting at town hall on Tuesday evening and a diverse set of issues came before the… Read more »

“Noodle King” continues the legacy of his “Queen”

By Amber McIver-Traywick The Surveyor A 44-year tradition was about to come to an end, until 92-year-old retired farmer, Bob Lebsack, decided to do something about it. It would take… Read more »