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Thanksgiving pie: Berthoud bakery fills the need for holiday favorite

A cellphone speaker played '80s rock Monday as a team of six women resumed their work after a 15-minute break, mixing and kneading dough to fill more than 100 pie orders for Thanksgiving. Berthoud-based RISE Artisan Bakery pumped out pies to residents who traveled to the bakery from across Northern

REPORTERHERALD.COM

Growth pushes need for more police staffing in Berthoud

As Larimer County's towns continue to grow, so do their policing needs. That's why Larimer County Sheriff's Office Capt. John Manago asked county commissioners on Tuesday to approve adding a corporal in the sheriff's office to be assigned to Berthoud. It's also why Manago anticipates making another

COLORADOAN

NHS Key Club works to expand Holiday Parade

The Niwot High School Key Club is working to help with this year's Holiday Parade for the Enchanted Evening. Key Club President Sara Bovaird said that the group has reached out to the school's athletic teams, clubs and the choir to be part of the parade on Friday. Along with Key Club Vice President

LHVC.COM - 2017-11-24 13:00:00

Loveland-area weather: Sunny, breezy; high near 65

Today, mostly sunny, with a high near 65. Breezy, with a west northwest wind 11 to 17 mph, with gusts as high as 26 mph. Tonight, mostly clear, with a low around 35. North-northwest wind 3 to 8 mph. Saturday, mostly sunny, with a high near 58. Calm wind becoming south-southwest around 5 mph in the a

REPORTERHERALD.COM - 2017-11-24 14:05:36

Holidays in style: Go local when it comes to fine apparel and gifts

When you think about the holidays - no, stop and really think - some of our annual traditions are really strange. People go into debt to buy gifts for pretty much everyone they know all at once. And for some of those people, it's to celebrate a holiday for a religion that they don't even believe. Wh

DAILY CAMERA - 2017-11-24 21:11:38

Joan Peck: Open records requests being used for personal attacks

Now that the 2017 election year has to come to a close, it's a good time to reflect on the current state of our electoral system and our ability as a society to attract the best and brightest to serve in government at all levels - from our local offices to the highest in the land. One clear example

LONGMONT DAILY TIMES-CALL - 2017-11-24 02:23:03

Just the good stuff at Loveland's Tortilleria La Autentica: Review

Loveland's Tortilleria La Autentica sits east of downtown in a mixed residential and commercial neighborhood. With its location set back from the street, it's easy to miss on a first pass, but it's worth seeking out for its exceptionally inexpensive and unfussy fare. Menu selections are straightforw

DAILY CAMERA - 2017-11-24 22:39:48

Daily Record: Loveland police calls Nov. 23-24

Loveland Police Department Calls Thursday 5 p.m. Shoplifting in the 4200 block of North Taft Avenue. 5 p.m. Forgery in the 2000 block of West Eisenhower Boulevard. 6 p.m. Harassment in the 1700 block of Rocky Mountain Avenue. 7 p.m. Fraud in the 5400 block of Stone Creek Circle. 11 p.m. Shoplif

REPORTERHERALD.COM - 2017-11-25 01:25:28

Four arrested in shooting death in Pascagoula

Four people are charged in the shooting death of a Gautier man, but Pascagoula authorities say more charges are possible. On Friday, officers responded to shots fired in the area of Regency Wood Apartments. Upon arrival, officers located a deceased male, 23-year-old Josten Washington from Gautier.

WXXV25.COM

Black Friday dawns cold but with hot sales to warm Coast shoppers

Those who were out on Thanksgiving scooping up big sales were back in line before dawn on a frosty Black Friday morning, ready for more shopping. About 125 people waited for the doors to open at Home Depot in Biloxi, estimated employee Nelson Davis of Gulfport, who handed out sales circulars and a w

BILOXI SUN HERALD - 2017-11-24 13:30:00

Home away from Home Project

Thanksgiving can be lonely for the dozens of airmen and women on Keesler Air Force Base who are thousands of miles away from their families. That is why Keesler has taken part in the Home away from home Project for 21 years. No soldier left behind and no soldier left unfed is Bobby Walker's Thanksg

WXXV25.COM - 2017-11-24 22:27:40

Firefighters spend Thanksgiving working to protect

Not everyone has the opportunity to spend Thanksgiving at home with their family. First responders all over the Coast are hard at work this holiday, making sure our community stays safe. An accident, fire or emergency could happen at any given time. Even on Thanksgiving Day as this holiday is one o

WXXV25.COM - 2017-11-24 22:06:37

Fourth annual First Responders Thanksgiving

A very special meal draws in first responders from all over Jackson County every year on Thanksgiving Day. Started up by Ocean Springs couple, Tim and Lisa Wold, the annual First Responders Thanksgiving is meant to thank those who put their life on the line to serve our community. Police officers,

WXXV25.COM - 2017-11-24 21:11:45

'Shop Small' means big bucks for locally owned businesses on the Coast

Vanessa Mueller said shopping at a small business is one of the best things someone can do for their community. "If you want your money to stay in and be used in the local community, then shop at a locally owned business," said Mueller, who owns Marina Cottage Soap Co. in Ocean Springs. "The money y

BILOXI SUN HERALD - 2017-11-24 11:00:00

Ocean Springs man serves up turkey feast for 58 Keesler Airmen

For many, being in the military may mean spending time away home on Thanksgiving Day. In the spirit of giving, one Ocean Springs man hopes to remedy homesickness by opening his doors to airmen at Keesler Air Force base. Bobby Walker welcomed them into his home to dine on a turkey meal Thursday aft

WLOX - 2017-11-24 02:11:29

Homeless families enjoy a free Thanksgiving

Everyone deserves a full stomach this Thanksgiving holiday including the less fortunate. A group of homeless and families-in-need got to enjoy a nice plate of hot holiday food in Pascagoula this afternoon. The free meal is an annual event put on by Prestigious Brothers and Sisters of Jackson County

WXXV25.COM - 2017-11-23 02:38:49

Poll: Tennesseans disapprove of congressional tax plan, fear changes won't help middle class

Tennesseans disapprove of the GOP-led congressional tax plan, fearing most benefits will flow to the wealthiest Americans, according to a new poll released this week. The poll, conducted by Democratic pollster Hart Research Associates, found 37 percent of the 400 registered Tennessee voters polled

DAILY NEWS JOURNAL

Duck season opener triggers enthusiasm

Since the curtain fell in late January and ended the duck season, waterfowlers have been anxious to kick start this year's season. Their long wait is about over. Tennessee's statewide duck season begins Saturday morning for a two-day segment. After a five-day closure, the season resumes for a 58-day

PARIS POST-INTELLIGENCER - 2017-11-24 14:57:00

Chandler resigns from Dickson Co. Commission, now a magistrate

Subscribed, but don't have a login? Shane Chandler on the same night was approved to serve as a judicial commissioner while stepping down as Dickson County commissioner after serving more than seven years in that role. The county commission at its regular meeting Monday voted for Chandler to serve a

THE TENNESSEAN

Dickson Aldi expanding, getting face lift

Grocery chain Aldi, which currently has about 1,700 stores in the United States, plans to open 800 more by 2022. Aldi, which started off as a small food store in Germany in the early 1900s, opened its first US location opened in southeastern Iowa in 1976. In addition, the chain has also pledged $5

THE TENNESSEAN