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Archive - May 29, 2012

Paulsell earns NJCAA All-American honors

May 29, 2012

Earlier this month, Will Paulsell, a 2011 Borger High School graduate, received second team All-American golf honors as a freshman at Garden City Community College in Kansas.
At the NJCAA Division III National Championships in Newton, Kan., Paulsell shot a 9-over 297 to finish in 10th place overall after tiebreakers.
Paulsell is the first golfer from Garden City CC to receive All-American honors since the school resurrected its golf program in May of 2011.

Mary K. Mullens

May 29, 2012

Mary K. Mullens, 82, of Fritch died Friday May 25th in Borger.
Funeral services were at 11:00 am Tuesday May 29, 2012, at First Southern Baptist Church in Fritch with Rev. Calvin Winters, pastor officiating. Burial was in the Garden of Serenity at Westlawn Memorial Park Cemetery under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Fritch.

Borger PD investigating fraudulent money orders

May 29, 2012

The Borger Police Department is currently conducting an investigation regarding some fraudulent money orders.
On Friday, May 18, at approximately 4 p.m., a detective sergeant with the BPD’s Criminal Investigations Division received reliable information in reference to the location of numerous fraudulent United States Postal Service money orders, according to Lt. Anthony Griffin of the BPD.
The division had been investigating these suspected money orders due to several already being passed at a local federal credit union.

FPC receives JET grant valued at over $140,000

May 29, 2012

During the Frank Phillips College May Board of Regents Meeting, FPC President Dr. Jud Hicks informed the Board of Regents that the college has been awarded a Round Six Jobs and Education for Texans (JET) Grant in the amount of $140,534, which will be used to purchase equipment for the Pump & Engine (P&E) and Instrument & Electrical (I&E) Technology Programs.

Borger High School seniors Max Lusk and Abbie Madden receive Ward and Webb Awards

May 29, 2012

Lusk receives T.E. Ward Award
Borger High School senior Max Lusk was selected as the 2011-12 recipient of the T.E. Ward Award.
Qualifications to be nominated for the award include being an outstanding senior male athlete, exemplify the highest moral character, behavior and leadership; regulate his actions at all times so that he will be a credit to the team, school, and community; and display good sportsmanship at all times by being modest in victory and gracious in defeat.

Ranch Sorting competition coming to Borger on June 2nd

May 29, 2012

The Panhandle Team Penners Association (PTPA) is hosting a RSNC Ranch Sorting competition at the Frank Phillips College Rodeo Arena on Saturday, June 2nd.
Events will get underway at 8:30 a.m. with competition to take place in eight different classes, including youth class, all levels handicap, #13 HC, #10 HC, #10 HC Masters, #11 Rookie HC w/2 cap on sorter, #8 HC and #4 class.
Entry fees are $20 for the youth class, $25 for the #4 class, and $35 for the other divisions.

PD warns locals to be aware of phone scam

May 29, 2012

The Borger Police Department wants citizens to be aware of a recent telephone scam circulating in the Hutchinson County area, one that has already directly affected some residents.
Lt. Anthony Griffin of the BPD said this telephone scam targets mainly the elderly population.
The scan begins with a telephone call to the victim, in which the caller identifies himself as a son or a grandson.
“The caller advises that they have either been in an accident or are stranded in Mexico and are in need of assistance,” he said.

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