Archive - Sep 19, 2012
Most of us marvel at how far Tiger Woods, Dustin Johnson, and Bubba Watson can hit the golf ball. At the Region 5 Finals held at the Winstar Casino Golf Complex this past weekend, there were over 100 competitors that can hit longer than those three. Shawn Holcomb competed in the Open Class Division on Sunday, September 16th. The weather that morning was not ideal for long drives as it was overcast with a wet fairway and a light rain when the competition started. Thankfully there was not much wind.
200 block of Garrett - report of disorderly conduct
100 block of South Main (KelTex) - house/business check
100 block of Bunton (Conner Industries) - house/business check
1500 block of Bedivere - report of prowler
100 block of West Jefferson - report of prowler
500 block of North Florida - alarm
200 block of Brain - welfare check
800 block of O'Daniel - report of suspicious person
700 block of North Cedar - report of disturbance
200 block of North Cedar - report of reckless driver (traffic)
700 block of Stephens - followup
Whittenburg - followup
Living Water Ministries has planned a celebration for all the efforts put forth to help the community for a decade now.
This Sunday, September 23, Living Water, located at Fourth and Main Streets, invites the community to come and attend their 10 year anniversary from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m.
State representative Four Price will be speaking tomorrow to the Hutchinson County Retired School Personnel Association.
The Gallery Room of Frank Phillips College will be the site of the 12:30 program unless the number of attendees warrants using the FPC Auditorium.
Lunch will be available at 11:30 in the cafeteria. The public, as well as the membership, is invited and encouraged to attend to learn about the issues facing the Legislature, and to ask pertinent questions.
It is time again to bash that trash!
The City of Borger's Fall Trash Bash is set for the week of Oct. 1-6, 2012, and the city needs the help of citizens to clean up the community.
Once again, the city is sponsoring the free week for county residents to bring their trash to the transfer station. Tire disposal for residential customers will not have a limit during this week.
Kathie Harber of the City of Borger said that Beverly Benton and Crystal Irvin of the Chamber of Commerce are helping again this year and have several ads running to help get the word out to the public.