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FPC board to meet Monday

April 14, 2012

On Monday afternoon, the Frank Phillips College Board of Regents will take action on giving the college the permission to sell a 2006 Featherlite 53’ specialty, double slide-out semi-trailer and a 2001 Freight Liner, Century Class truck during their April board meeting.
The semi-trailer and truck were used as a mobile classroom unit by the college to provide training and classes away from the main campus.
The board will also take action on approving the sale of three properties owned by the college in Hutchinson County.

Carol Lynn Moon

April 14, 2012

Carol Lynn Moon, 60, died April 11, 2012 in Borger.
Memorial services will be Monday, April 16, at 2:00 p.m. at the Borger Missionary Baptist Church, with Bruce Riddling officiating.

Troy Laster

April 14, 2012

Troy Laster, 46, of Stinnett, passed away, Thursday, April 12, 2012.
Troy Dee Laster was born May 13, 1965 in Borger, TX to Jerry Laster and Gail (Davis) Ray. He was a stocker and meat cutter for Market Square in Stinnett, TX. Troy was a member of Safari Club International and North West Hunters Association. He was an avid hunter and expert marksman.
He is preceded in death by his grandparents.

Browns: Don’t drive under the influence of your social life

April 14, 2012

Why would a wrecked pickup truck be pulled around the country with bumper stickers that read B.U.S.T (Buckle-Up, Stop Texting) or TXT & DRVNG - KLLER IDEA?
The R.A.B.. (Remember Alex Brown Foundation) is being promoted nationwide by her parents and sister. Johnny Mac, Jeanne Brown and their younger daughter Katrina delivered a heart-wrenching presentation to the public Thursday afternoon at Frank Phillips College.
The Brown Family, from Wellman, Texas, near Brownfield, have been featured on Extreme Makeover Home Edition, and the Oprah Winfrey Show.

Clarendon takes first two in series with Frank Phillips

April 14, 2012

On Friday afternoon, the Frank Phillips College Plainsmen plan to climb up the WJCAC baseball standings hit a snag, as the Clarendon College Bulldogs won both games of the Friday doubleheader, 8-6 and 8-3.
Game One: Clarendon College 8 Frank Phillips College 6
Game one started promising for the home team, as the Plainsmen scored six runs off of seven hits. But the Bulldogs chipped away at the lead the final five innings for the comeback win.

Comanches fall apart late, lose to Shamrock

April 14, 2012

West Texas High was sitting in third place alone in the District standings Friday, but after a 17-12 loss to the Irish in Stinnett yesterday, things are looking messy. It was a one point game until the top of the sixth, when things went bad for WT. They were trailing 8-7 when Alex Ramirez walked 2, hit 2, and the Irish also banged out four hits to take a 16-7 lead the Comanches couldn’t overcome.

District 1-2A Track Meet results

April 14, 2012

District 1-2A
At Sanford-Fritch High School, Fritch
Note: Top three finishers qualify for Region I-2A meet April 27-28 at Ratliff Stadium in Odessa.
*Sanford-Fritch results

Girls
Team results: 1. Bushland, 233; 2. Spearman, 151; 3. River Road, 115; 4. Childress, 41; 5. Sanford-Fritch, 40; 6. Highland Park, 38.

100: 1. Randa Stone, Bushland, 12.66; 2. Amberly Carter, Bushland, 12.76; 3. Kylee Quillin, Highland, 12.97; 5. Bailee King, Sandford-Fritch, 13.20.

The Bulldogs dropped a heartbreaker in overtime 42-35. See weekend sports for full results.
The Borger Bulldog tennis team will be playing in Lubbock Friday for a chance to move on to...
The West Texas Comanches travel to Panhandle Friday night to take on the Panthers. Game starts at 7...

 

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