October 3rd, 2011
The West Texas Comanches improved their season record to 5-1 with a 42-7 win over the Claude Mustangs. Claude had only lost once until last night, but the Comanches left little doubt that they were in charge of the game. The Mustangs have a huge line but WT had an answer for that with the likes of big Ty Lay, Austin Ivy, Dylan Ewing, and Shane Keasler. The Comanche offense again put up big numbers behind their offensive line with 541 total offensive yards, 441 were on the ground.
(Editorâ€™s Note: In honor of Oct. 2-8 being National 4-H Week, the Hutchinson County 4-H will be running a series of articles throughout this weekâ€™s editions of the Borger News-Herald.)
On Monday, September 26th, the Hutchinson County Commissionerâ€™s court signed a proclamation officially recognizing October 2-8, 2011 as National 4-H Week in Hutchinson County.
Kimberly Ann Warren, 30, of Borger, went to be with the Lord September 24, 2011 in Hutchinson County.
Services will be 10:00 am Monday, Oct. 3, 2011, at Fairlanes Baptist Church with Rev. Paul Burwash and Rev. Terry Corbett officiating. Burial will be at Stinnett Cemetery under the direction of Minton-Chatwell Funeral Directors of Borger.
Kim was born Oct. 12, 1980 at Borger to Wade Pettie and Shela Johns. She graduated from Borger High School and married James Warren in 1999. She was a lifetime resident of Borger and participated in the Buddy Walk for Down Syndrome.
Fritch â€“ Funeral services for William Morgan â€śBillâ€ť Randall, 85, will be 2:00 p.m. Saturday at Riverview Baptist Church with Jimmy Gillmore, Preacher and Scott Wallace, Associate Pastor officiating. Interment will follow at Westlawn Memorial Park under the direction of Minton-Chatwell Funeral Directors of Fritch. Bill died Tuesday in Dallas.
Local citizens have been getting out and bashing the trash during the City of Borgerâ€™s Trash Bash week, taking place through Oct. 1. Among those working to keep the City of Borger clean are Cathy West, Tobie Slaybaugh, Jessica Ford, Carissa Wells, Tammie Bridwell, and Melinda Hudson. The City of Borger is sponsoring the week for county residents to bring their trash for free to the transfer station. Tire disposal will not have a limit during this week. The transfer station will be open Monday through Saturday from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
The Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument is preparing for its second annual â€śAlibates Rocks!â€ť FlintFest this weekend.
The event, set to take place Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 1-2, 2011, will kick off a month-long celebration of Texas Archeology Month at Alibates Flint Quarries, the only national monument in the State of Texas.
At this time last week, there were a lot of questions asked about how the Borger Bulldogs were going to respond after their disappointing loss to Dumas.
Fortunately, the answers to those questions were all positive, as the Bulldogs responded with an impressive 30-2 win last Friday against the Graham Steers.
The performance was a complete turnaround from the prior week, as the defense pitched a shutout and limited the Steer offense to 63 yards. The Bulldog offense also did a solid job mixing in the passing game with the ground game to control the clock and wear out the Steer defense.
On Friday evening, the West Texas High Comanches will try to end non-district play on a high note, when they take the short trip south to play the Claude Mustangs.
Last Friday in Wellington, the Comanches improved to 4-1 with a win over Electra. However the win came in dramatic fashion in the fourth quarter.
After jumping out to a 14 point lead, the Comanches found themselves playing catch up in the fourth quarter with Electra holding a 26-23 lead.
Last Friday evening, the Sanford-Fritch Eagles were able to put their non-district woes behind them by opening District 1-2A Division II play with a 33-19 win over the Tulia Hornets.
Through the first half of the game, the Hornets managed to play tough before the Eagles were able to pull away for the two touchdown win.
The game proved that the road to another district title is going to be tough for the Eagles this season, as the district as a whole has improved on the football field compared to 2010.
H & M Pharmacy has been serving Hutchinson County since 1962.
Co-owner John Moss has been with H&M for 44 out of the 45 years of operation. Moss states that H&M offers things like prescriptions, compounding, vaccines, diabetic supplies, delivery, and emergency calls.
â€śWe cater to prescriptions and offer more professional services,â€ť he said.
Moss continued to say, â€śClients can always expect a friendly smile, warm greetings, and immediate services. At H&M, we practice under the assumption that service to humanity is the best work of life.â€ť