Archive - 2012
Three Borger, Texas, residents indicted in November 2011 on various offenses related to narcotics trafficking and gambling pleaded guilty in federal court in Amarillo,on Jan 5, 2012, before U.S. District Judge Mary Lou Robinson.
Phyllis Goins, 88, of Ozark, Arkansas, died Saturday, December 31, 2011 in Ozark.
She was a member of the First United Methodist Church in Ozark, Ark., a member of Jane Phillips Sorority, and a board member of Sr. Citizens. She was born August 4, 1923 to Ross and Nora Craig Mullins. She was preceded in death by her parents; her husband James H. Goins and a sister Glenda Sue Cole.
Memorial services were held at 2:00 PM, Tuesday, January 3, 2011 at Shaffer Funeral Home Chapel in Ozark, Ark.
One of the most familiar faces of the Borger News-Herald is celebrating a significant milestone this year!
Don Rice will be celebrating 50 years as the photographer for the BNH this March. He came to work for the paper in 1962.
In his honor, the BNH is doing a special section featuring some of his most prominent photos from the decades he has been on staff here. However, the BNH plans to take it one step further, and this will require help from you!
Borger PD is seeking answers in connection with a robbery that occurred on New Yearâ€™s Eve.
The robbery occurred the morning of Saturday, December 31, 2011 around 7 a.m. at Allsupâ€™s 416 W. Wilson. Lieutenant Anthony Griffin stated three employees were inside during the incident at the rear of the store, and one employee was taking out the trash through the back door.
SPEARMAN-Tuesday evening can be considered one of the more dominating performances the Borger Bulldog basketball team has seen on the court in a couple of years.
Despite the Spearman Lynx attempts to slow down the game and limit scoring opportunities for Borger, the Bulldogs controlled the action from the opening tip off on their way to getting a 50-20 win in Spearman.
SPEARMAN-On Tuesday evening, the Borger Lady Bulldogs were able to get off to a fast start against the Spearman Lynxettes by opening the game taking an 9-0 lead.
Yet despite the fast start, Spearman took advantage of 13 Lady Bulldog turnovers in the first half to battle back and set the tone in the second half, which saw the Lynxettes pull away for the 57-33 win.
The game opened with sophomore Nellie Embers hitting a jumper to get Borger a 2-0 lead just ten seconds into the game.
Sanford-Fritch 41 Miami 40
Panhandle 59 West Texas High 22
JV-Spearman 48 Borger 38
JV-Sanford-Fritch 31 Miami 26
JV-Panhandle 44 West Texas High 35
Panhandle 63 West Texas High 40
Miami 75 Sanford-Fritch 70 Double OT
JV-Panhandle 63 West Texas High 25
Borger Police Report
Dec. 29, 2011
1500 block of South Main â€“ report of criminal mischief
700 block of South McGee â€“ report of suspicious vehicle
1400 block of South Main â€“ report of suspicious vehicle
1400 block of South Cedar â€“ report of building burglary
1300 block of Jim Hall â€“ meet complainant/public service
200 block of Teague â€“ meet complainant/public service
600 block of Elizabeth â€“ warrant service
400 block of South Cedar â€“ welfare check
600 block of Weatherly â€“ meet complainant/public service
1300 block of West Wilson â€“ meet complainant/public service
AMARILLO â€“ Irma Lee Whiteley, 85, died Jan. 2, 2012.
Graveside services will be at 11 a.m. Thursday, Jan. 5, 2012, at Llano Cemetery with Pastor Larry McKnight officiating. Arrangements are by LaGrone-Blackburn-Shaw Martin Road Chapel, Amarillo, TX.
Mrs. Whiteley was born on Sept. 11, 1926, in Lelia Lake to C.W. and Ida Robinette. She married James Whiteley on Feb. 9, 1946, in Amarillo, TX. Irma loved her family and friends and had a special place in her heart for her little dog â€śAbby.â€ť
She was preceded in death by her parents and her two sisters.
What can we call a â€śsafe environmentâ€ť when children and young adults can alter their state of mind with basic household items?
According to Captain Aaron K. McWilliams of the Hutchinson County Sheriffâ€™s Office, the office have seen an increase in theses behaviors to just keep up a quick â€śhigh.â€ť McWilliams says, â€śA common practice is still using forms of inhalants; however, we have seen the following toxic aerosols to include: compressed difluorethane (compressed gas dusters for computers, etc.... ) as well as the continued use of spray paint and gasoline.â€ť