Archive - Jun 2012
Borger Police Report
June 12, 2012
Highpoint â€“ report of suspicious vehicle
1000 block of North Cedar â€“ report of suspicious vehicle
GPCH â€“ followup
FM 1551 â€“ welfare check
600 block of Montana â€“ assist agency
300 block of Houston â€“ alarm
Hemlock & Lee â€“ report of criminal mischief
500 block of Roosevelt â€“ followup
100 block of Pecan â€“ alarm
1300 block of Baker â€“ welfare check
600 block of Weatherly â€“ followup
300 block of Estireno â€“ followup
800 block of South McGee â€“ house/business check
Harrington & Nelson â€“ field interview
In the first two weeks of summer vacation, several Hutchinson County youth golfers have been busy on the links competing in Junior Northern Texas PGA golf tournaments in Amarillo.
West Texas High senior Nathan Forrest continues to establish himself as one of the best young golfers in the Texas Panhandle by taking first place in three events in Amarillo, including the Ryan Palmer Foundation Junior Classic at Tascosa Country Club, the Junior Dr. Pepper Classic at Ross Rogers, and at Comanche Trails in the Boys Age 17 & 18 division.
Rachel L. Chasteen-Trammell 71, of Borger died Tuesday, June 12, 2012 at her home.
Services will be at 11:00 AM Friday at Grace Fellowship Church, 401 Gardner in Borger with Marshall Ford, senior pastor officiating. Graveside services will be at 2:00 PM Friday at Llano East Cemetery with burial rites rendered by the Elks Lodge #1581 of Borger.
Mrs. Trammell was born on April 13, 1941 in Amarillo to Thomas and Allie Chasteen. She moved to Borger in 1979. She was a homemaker and loved spending time with her family.
The Borger Summer Celebration is set for tomorrow evening!
The event will be held from 5:30-9:30 p.m. tomorrow at Huber Park, and is being sponsored by the Borger Chamber of Commerce. ProNews 7 has tentative plans to be in attendance at the event.
The event will have a huge selection of booths to include games, food, prizes, and activities for children. Live entertainment will be provided by the Prairie Dogs.
There will also be a variety of vendors on hand for those attending the event. Those participating in the Borger Summer Celebration are as follows:
Xcel Energy held its annual FFA Electric Workshop at FPC this week in the FPC ag building.
There were 21 area schools participating in this workshop.
The FFA Electric Workshop includes four main courses for the students â€“ loaders, controls, wiring I and wiring II.
The workshops not only teach students the basics of electricity, but also teach the principles of electric safety.
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, Borgerâ€™s 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. â€śSundayâ€ť 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.
â€śWe 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€ť Kee Ruland, member of the Sunshine Club, said. â€śThe flags will be 3 ft. by 5 ft. and will be on a 10 ft. pole.â€ť
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.