Firefighters from across the area responded to a fire in the Antelope Creek area Thursday afternoon.
Yesterday, a 911 call from a cell phone was received at 2 p.m. in Antelope Creek that was warning of a grass fire.
Sanford-Fritch High School has named its top two graduates for the Class of 2011.
Celeste Renea Flood is this yearâ€™s valedictorian and Taylor Lane Council-Church has been named salutatorian.
While at SFHS, Flood was involved in National Honor Society and Student Council, ran track, participated in cheerleading, and was named Class Favorite, Prom Queen, and Miss SFHS.
She plans to attend Texas Tech University to study pre-medicine. She received a scholarship from the Texas Classroom Teacherâ€™s Association and the Texas Tech Merit Scholarship.
The City of Borger Park Recreation Program has gotten a huge boost as it prepares to kick off this June.
Hutchinson County Cares recently gave a donation of $5,000 on behalf of the cityâ€™s program. Tony Powell, Jim Bridwell, Jerri Aylor, and Toby Nutter presented the money to Annadon Keys, supervisor of the Johnson Park Youth Center.
Keys said because of the donation, children from Fritch and Stinnett will be allowed to attend the program absolutely free this year.