Archive - Feb 3, 2012
Two of the candidates for Hutchinson County Sheriff shared their campaign platforms during the monthly meeting of the Hutchinson County Republican Women on Thursday.
Mickey Blackmon and James Qualls each spoke briefly to the crowd present. Fellow candidate Don Johnson was unable to attend due to illness.
Tonight, the Borger Bulldogs (1-4, 10-15 ) and West Texas High Comanches (2-5, 18-10) will try to keep their basketball playoff hopes alive in district action.
The Bulldogs travel north to take on the Dalhart Golden Wolves (4-1, 17-9) in District 1-3A action beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Going into tonight, the Bulldog sit one game behind the Pampa Harvesters for the third playoff spot in the district race with four games to go.
Wanda Spelce Barbee, 79, of Pampa, formerly of Borger, passed away, Wednesday, February 1, 2012.
Wanda Lee Taylor Barbee was born Sunday, August 7, 1932 in Pampa, TX to Albert and Lula Mae (Renfro) Taylor. She was a homemaker. Wanda was formerly married to Bill R. Spelce in 1951 and then married Jack Barbee on September 28, 1984.
She is preceded in death by her parents; and her husband Jack.
Recently Hutchinson County Precinct Three received a donated previously leased F550 Ford Diesel truck from DCP Midstream to help aid grass fires throughout the Texas Panhandle.
The truck was donated to the Hutchinson County on November 30, 2011.
A Hutchinson County sheriffâ€™s deputy made a drug arrest in Fritch city limits Tuesday evening.
On Tuesday night, a vehicle was stopped in Fritch city limits on a traffic-related offense, according to Hutchinson County Sheriff Guy Rowh. The investigation resulted in a discovery of approximately 16 grams of a substance which tested positive for methamphetamine. Paraphernalia associated with controlled substance offenses was also discovered.