by Meg Dunn | Nov 29, 2022 | Berthoud, Johnstown & Milliken, Historic Landmarks, Women of NoCoIn 1976, the mayor of the town of Berthoud (along with many other Colorado communities) created a Centennial-Bicentennial committee whose purpose was to plan events and festivities to recognize the Colorado Centennial and the United States Bicentennial. As Northern...
by Meg Dunn | Jun 28, 2020 | Berthoud, Johnstown & Milliken, Buckeye, Waverly & Wellington, Fort Collins, Frontier Faces, Red Feather, Livermore & Virginia Dale
You might think you’ve heard about Frank Miller from the 1800s and early 1900s. But… which one? The number of Frank Millers running around Northern Colorado during that time period is… well, quite frankly, it’s rather stunning!
by Meg Dunn | Apr 8, 2020 | Agricultural College / A&M / CSU, Berthoud, Johnstown & Milliken, Boulder, Buckeye, Waverly & Wellington, Fort Collins, Greeley, Laporte / Bellvue, Loveland, Masonville/Buckhorn Valley, Nunn & the High Plains, Schools K-12, Weld County, Windsor & Timnath
As the 1918 Influenza Pandemic swept through Northern Colorado, schools were shut down, churches stopped meeting, theaters were closed, and grocery shopping required calling in your order and picking it up at the door.