Archive - Jun 7, 2012 - News Article
Borger Police Report
June 5, 2012
900 block of North Florida â alarm
300 block of North Main â alarm
500 block of North Circle â alarm
1100 block of Sterling â report of disturbance
Allsupâs-Florida & 6th â followup
300 block of South Cedar â report of traffic accident
Grand and Main â report of lost/found property
1100 block of Illinois â followup
500 block of South Main, Stinnett â investigation
1300 block of West Wilson â report of suspicious vehicle
800 block of Monroe â followup
300 block of South Hedgecoke â traffic escort
Sandstone â followup
The land annexation for a new Wal-Mart Supercenter in Borger is close to completion.
During its regular meeting Tuesday, the Borger City Council acted to introduce an ordinance that will annex a 16.361 acre tract of land in Section 23, Block Y, Arnold and Barrett-Morris & Cummings Survey.
The final reading of this ordinance will take place at the councilâs next regular meeting, set for June 19.
The council also acted to approve the rezoning of the entire tract of land, which is 19.773 acres, from estate agricultural to commercial.
The Hutchinson County Historical Museum welcomes a new volunteer.
Sandra Hilbert is the newest volunteer at the museum.
Hilbert has been a part of the museum for many years and is now working at the front desk greeting visitors and helping to label artifacts on Mondays.
Born and raised in Borger, Sandra, her husband Harvey, their son Mark and daughter Christy were all born at North Plains Hospital in July.
Hilbert grew up in Borger and her husband grew up in Phillips. They met at Frank Phillips College, where she later graduated from and serves on the Board of Regents.
With the American Cancer Society Relay For Life of Hutchinson County just around the corner, participants are going into the event with a âfight backâ attitude.
This âcelebration of lifeâ brings the community together in an effort to fight cancer and symbolizes the fight that patients face after they are diagnosed with the disease.
RFL is an overnight team effort to raise funds for American Cancer Societyâs programs and services. According to Cathy Phillips, RFL co-chair for Hutchinson County, cancer does not stop when the sun goes down.