Archive - Jun 13, 2012
Borger Police Report
June 6-7, 2012
June 6, 2012
2300 block of Huber Avenue â house/business check
Huber Park parking lot â field interview
1600 block of Bulldog Boulevard â report of suspicious vehicle
200 block of Deahl â report of open door/window
100 block of West Eighth â warrant service
1000 block of Thrams â warrant service
1200 block of Cedar â report of suspicious person
1400 block of Cooley â alarm
Old Sonic â report of recovered property
100 block of Gardner â report of theft
200 block of East Wilson â report of UUMV/auto theft
On Friday evening, Borgerâs Max Lusk will receive the Joe Frank Wheeler Scholarship in a ceremony prior to the Amarillo Sox baseball game against the Gary SouthShore Railcats.
Lusk is a 2012 graduate of Borger High School, where he earned District 1-3A All-District honors as part of the Borger Bulldog baseball and football teams.
Lottie Mae Sunderland, 83, of Oklahoma City, OK, formerly of Borger, passed away, Sunday, June 10, 2012 in Oklahoma City, OK.
Lottie Mae (Stafford) Sunderland was born September 1, 1928 in Gotebo, OK to James and Ruby (Glass) Stafford. She married Doyce Eugene Sunderland on December 30, 1947 in Wellington, TX. Lottie Mae retired from North Plains Hospital (now Golden Plains Community Hospital) as a dietitian.
Mrs. Sunderland is preceded in death by her parents; her husband, D.E. âSundayâ Sunderland and her sister, Lou Ella Smith.
The Sunshine Club Senior Citizens Group of Fritch has a spirit of patriotism, and it wants to see business owners and residents there showing theirs as well.
âWe want to put out the American flag at your business for a fee of $30 per year for one flag or $50 per year for two flags on the same property,â Kee Ruland, member of the Sunshine Club, said. âThe flags will be 3 ft. by 5 ft. and will be on a 10 ft. pole.â
A fire at a local business on Industrial Boulevard resulted in a total loss early yesterday morning.
Bulldog Electric, 401 Industrial Blvd., was engulfed in flames when the Borger Fire Department arrived at 2:17 a.m.
According to Fire Marshal Jerry Langwell of the Borger Fire Department, six trucks were on the scene for almost four and a half hours after arrival in an attempt to extinguish the fire. Damage to the building resulted in a total loss. There were no injuries reported.
The Service Above Self Award is Rotaryâs highest honor for individual Rotarians, recognizing those who have displayed exemplary humanitarian service with focus on active involvement in helping others through Rotary.
Each year, current and immediate past district governors and current and past Rotary International directors may submit up to three nominations for this award. Nominations must arrive at RI World Headquarters by September 1, and after all nominations are reviewed, the RI Board selects a maximum of 150 Rotarians to receive the award.