Archive - Jul 2011
Vickie Kay Munsternan, 58, of Versailles, Missouri died friday, July 15, 2011 at her home.
Vickie was born March 31, 1953 in Garden City, Kansas
She is survived by her husband Darrell of the home; two sons - Lieutenant Colonel Kelly Kirby of Little Rock, Arkansas, and Attorney Kyle Kirby of Dallas; her mother and dad - Mary Kay and Dewey Mullens of Fritch; a brother Budd Kerr of Fritch, and five nephews, all of Amarillo.
Anyone who has worked in the education al system knows the area that probably sees the biggest turnover from year to year is in the members of a school districtâ€™s coaching staff.
The reason for the turnover is not always related to negative results on the playing field but many times is due to issues such as coaches just deciding to focus on teaching, going into school administration or exploring new opportunities in a different career field.
For the past month the top headline on the major television networks has focused on our national lawmakers trying to reach a deal on the nationâ€™s debt ceiling by an August 2nd deadline.
Many of us probably never heard the term â€śdebt ceilingâ€ť prior to the debate in Washington D.C this summer. However, if an increase in the limit is not given to Congress then borrowed funds would not be there to pay bills potentially causing the United States to default on its debit obligations.
The Borger City Council has signed off on legal documents that will help the construction of a new apartment building move forward.
During its regular meeting Tuesday, the council acted on legal documents between the Borger Tenth Street Apartments and the City of Borger pertaining to the 900 block of Brain Street.
These documents include the full release of an easement in essence and a parking covenant agreement and reservation, along with the grant of an easement.
(Editorâ€™s Note: This information was submitted to the Borger News-Herald by the Borger Police Department on Thursday, July 21.)
The Borger Police Department made an arrest during a routine traffic stop on Tuesday afternoon.
On Tuesday, June 12, 2011, at approximately 11:30 a.m. officers from the department conducted a traffic stop in the 300 block of Monroe Street. After conducting the stop, officers identified the driver of the vehicle as Randi Lee Smith, 54, of Borger.
The Hutchinson County United Way has a full slate of projects for its upcoming Day of Caring. Now all it needs is volunteers to make those projects happen.
This yearâ€™s event is set for Sept. 17, 2011. Teri Hogue of the HCUW said the organization has had a great response and is now looking for volunteers to work these requests.
â€śVolunteers are needed and will be put into teams to work together for this one day,â€ť she said.
FRITCH-W. C. â€śClaudeâ€ť Jenkins, 89, of Fritch passed away Saturday July 23 at his home. Funeral services will be 11:00 am Tuesday July 26th at Fritch Church of Christ with Mr. Richard Kasko, Minister officiating. Interment will be at Westlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Fritch.
Richard Coleman Ayers, 87, died July 23, 2011.
Graveside services will be in Fairview Cemetery, Memphis, TX at 10:00 AM Wednesday, July 27, 2011 with C.W. Parker officiating.
Borger Bulldogs fans can fondly look back on the 2010 football season, with the team finishing strong in winning the District 1-3A title outright and two playoff games.
As good as that season was for the Bulldogs, now is the time for the players and fans to put last yearâ€™s memories behind them and start getting ready for the 2011 season.
Two-A-Days for the state of Texas can officially begin on Monday, Aug. 1, and for the second year in a row, the Bulldogs will kickoff their two-a-day schedule with â€śMidnight Madnessâ€ť starting at 12:01 a.m. on Monday, Aug. 1, at Bulldog Stadium.
Work on the new Golden Plains Community Hospital is continuing to progress in a positive direction.