October 11th, 2011
As plans are being made to amend the animal control ordinance for the City of Borger, one of the issues addressed in the ordinance is the number of pets that can be owned by an individual at any one time.
Except as authorized, a person commits an offense if he or she owns or harbors on the premises of a single residence more than four pets or companion animals in any combination.
Instead of making a trip to Amarillo for a good scare, check out the Johnson Park Insane Asylum.
The Johnson Park Youth Center, along with support from the Borger City Council, made the project possible. Residents can visit the haunted house for an inexpensive price between October 17 and October 29, 2011.
Johnson Park Insane Asylum will be open Mondays, Tuesday and Thursdays from 7 p.m. - 10 p.m. and from 7 p.m. till midnight on Fridays and Saturdays.
Admission will be $5. Children under 11 years old should be accompanied by an adult.
Christmas in October is here again!
Every year, the Frank Phillips Nurse Club hosts a â€śChristmas in October Drive,â€ť helping surrounding nursing home residents.
This particular drive collects items that will help make life for nursing home residents a little simpler. These items include lotions, puzzle books, stationery, razors, socks, deodorant, lap blankets, soap, pens, pencils, etc.
The Borger Lady Bulldogs were missing their top outside hitter and had to face the best team in District 1-3A in the No. 14 Pampa Lady Harvesters. Borger made the Lady Harvesters work but were eventually swept (20-25, 22-25, 20-25) Saturday in Borger.
Interim head coach Ken Barbour said he was pleased with how the team competed.
â€śI was very proud of how the girls responded and competed,â€ť Barbour said. â€śWe just wanted to play well. Iâ€™m disappointed that we lost but Iâ€™m pleased with the effort they gave.â€ť
LUBBOCK - Edith Luellen Noble, 96, formerly of Skellytown, died Saturday, October 8, 2011 in Lubbock.
Graveside services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011, at Memory Gardens Cemetery in Pampa, Texas, with Reverend Sam Line of Groom Church of Christ officiating. Services are under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
FRITCH - Glenda Roberts Stone, 52, died Friday, October 7, 2011 at her home in Fritch.
Memorial services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, 2011, at Wesley United Methodist Church with Richard Kasko, of Fritch Church of Christ, and her brother Todd Moss of Norman, Okla., officiating. Arrangements and cremation are under the direction of Minton Chatwell Funeral Directors of Fritch.
Officials seeking opinions from the public prior to passage
The City of Borger is considering changes to its animal control ordinance. However, before these changes are made, it is seeking input from the public regarding these pending changes.
Eddie Edwards, Borger City Manager, said that in order to allow ample time for public comment, the city council will conduct a public hearing on the proposed Animal Control Ordinance at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 1, 2011.
Those wanting to read the ordinance in its entirety can find it on the City of Borger web site at www.ci.borger.tx.us.
Glenn Hubert White, 82, of Ozark, died October 6, 2011 in Charleston, Arkansas.
He was born March 30, 1929 in Clovis, new Mexico to Ernest and Mary White.
He owned Whites Janitorial Service in Ozark, Arkansas since 1974. Prior to 1974 Glenn was in the oil industry in New Mexico.
He was a member of the Kingdom Hall of Jehovahâ€™s Witnesses in Ozark, Arkansas and was a graduate of Canadian High School in Canadian, Texas in 1947.
He is preceded in death by his wife, Virginia Sue White, His parents, Ernest and Mary White, and two brothers, Leroy and Don White.
On Saturday, October 15th former Pampa Harvesters and former Borger Bulldogs will square off at Bulldogs Stadium for the Pampa vs. Borger Alumni Game.
The Bulldogs will feature Borger High School alumni who graduated as recently as this spring to players who graduated in the late 1980s and early 1990s who just have a love for playing the game of football and representing the Borger community.
The high winds and distant storms didnâ€™t scare the Sanford-Fritch Eagles when they arrived at Highland Park Stadium.
The Eagles knew this would be a game they felt confident with and put up big stats for key players.
The first Eaglesâ€™ touchdown came rather quickly, for none other, than junior running back Colton Valle.
The offense pound the ball on the ground before Valle finally got a break for a 28 yard touchdown.