Archive - Nov 8, 2011 - News Article
Hutchinson County Cares, Inc. made a $500 donation on behalf of â€śAiden's Closetâ€ť at Golden Plains Community Hospital in Borger. This closet helps meet the needs of expectant and new moms with various items on hand that will be of use to them. Present for the giving of the donation were Lisa Riggle, LVN; Tammy Phares, RNC; and HCC members Jim Bridwell, Anita Crabtree, Toby Nutter, Jerri Aylor, and Roberta Sewell.
PHOTO BY DON RICE
On Friday night, the Borger Bulldogs will take on the Lubbock Cooper Pirates in the 3A Division I Bi-District playoff round at Kimbrough Memorial Stadium in Canyon at 7:30 p.m.
Borger Bulldog fans are asked to wear something black and bring something that makes noise.
The weather Friday is going to be beautiful, the drive isn't very far, and it promises to be a great game.
Pass the word around town, Blackout Blowout Friday night at Kimbrough
The Borger City Council has introduced an ordinance that will provide for the continued taxation of â€śgoods-in-transit.â€ť The council took the action during its regular meeting last Tuesday.
Eddie Edwards, Borger City Manager, said in 2001, Texas voters approved an amendment to the Constitution which would allow a property tax exemption on â€śgoods-in-transitâ€ť once enabling legislation was passed.
Jefferson and McGee â€“ habitation burglary
300 block of Jackson St. - alarm
600 N. Main St. - warrant service
300 block of Madison St. - disturbance
400 block of Cedar St. - welfare check
600 block of N. Florida St. - alarm
1100 block of S. Cedar St. - disorderly conduct
900 block of E. Sixth â€“ disorderly conduct
200 block of W. Ninth St. - prowler
600 block of N. Weatherly St. - harassment
400 block of N. Harvey St. - Disturbance
1100 block of Valley Drive â€“ public service
100 0 block of Thrams â€“ disturbance
Third and Florida â€“ abandoned vehicle