Archive - Sep 21, 2012
The Frank Phillips Lady Plainsmen prevailed in a thriller of a volleyball match against conference foes the NMMI Broncos. FPC took it to five sets, fought hard, and came out on top.
In the first set, the ladies were up early, but NMMI came back to tie it at 12. A kill from Allison Kieweit put FPC up again, but they fell behind 20-18. NMMI would outscore the ladies 5-2 in the final points to take it 25-20.
Set two began with a lot of errors and the Lady Plainsmen found themselves down 5-2. After being down by 5, FPC tied it at 15 but eventually lost it 25-21.
According to 87th District Representative Four Price, there are many crucial issues facing the state of Texas in the upcoming legislative session.
Price stopped in Borger Thursday to speak to the Hutchinson County Retired School Personnel Association at Frank Phillips College. He said when the 82nd legislative session began, there was a $27 billion shortfall, and many agencies saw their funds cut. He said the field of education saw some of the biggest cuts, because it is the largest recipient of state dollars.
Borger, Texas - Chelsea Brooke Brantwein, 15, of Borger, passed away, Thursday, September 20, 2012 in Amarillo after a long battle with brain cancer.
Funeral Services will be 10:00 a.m. Saturday, September 22, 2012 at the Grace Church with Pastor Tim Hall officiating. Interment will follow at Westlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
Chelsea was born December 19, 1996 in Amarillo, Texas to Bobby Brantwein and Tami (Johnson) Brantwein. Of her precious 15 years she lived 12 years in the Fritch-Borger area, and 3 years in
Melba Colleen Hamilton was born July 2, 1930 in Amarillo Texas to Samuel Eugene and Mary Pearl Morris.
Melba attended schools in Amarillo through her junior year of high school at Amarillo High. She moved to Borger, Texas and graduated from Borger High School in 1948. She received her secretarial certification from Texas Womenâ€™s University in Denton.