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Borger Police Report - August 3-12, 2012

August 14, 2012

(Editor's Note: This police report is quite lengthy due to the fact that the Borger PD record keeper was on vacation last week. This report is current from Aug. 3 through Sunday, Aug. 12.)

Borger Police Report
Aug. 3-12, 2012

Aug. 3, 2012
1400 block of South Cedar – field interview
500 block of Mississippi – followup
Sandstone – alarm
400 block of Baylor – followup
100 block of Juanita – followup
600 block of Weatherly – followup
1900 block of Lister – investigation
Derr & McPherson – report of suspicious activity
900 block of Harrington – report of disturbance

Get pumped up for the HOPE 7K walk/run

August 14, 2012

The HOPE 7K run/walk is coming soon to raise funds for the American Cancer Society.
“Twenty-five years ago, a small group of people in Hutchinson County started HOPE to raise money to help support those affected by cancer. HOPE is able to raise enough money to fund research and other needs of the American Cancer Society. The ACS is a community-based, voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem by preventing cancer through research, education, advocacy, and service,” said HOPE chairman Wonder Smith.

Stinnett preparing for its annual celebration

August 14, 2012

It’s just a few more weeks until Stinnett’s annual community celebration.
This year’s theme is “Home Is Where The Heart Is.”
Gather your family and head out for some fun at the Stinnett Celebration on September 6, 2012.
The celebration includes a community picnic at the Stinnett City Park before the lighting of the big “WT” at 6 p.m.
On September 7, residents will gather for the West Texas homecoming game and on September 8 the parade and festivities will take place.

Borger ISD board approves resignations, new hires

August 14, 2012

The Borger ISD board approved two resignations and several new hires during its regular meeting last Thursday.
Resignations accepted by the board were from Kayla Barton, a teacher at Gateway Elementary, and Sarah Meier, a teacher at Borger High School.
The board approved the following new hires with the following contract terms for the upcoming school year:

Probationary – 11 month – 187 days
Roberto Duran, teacher, Crockett Elementary
Sharla Harmon, counselor, Paul Belton/Gateway/Crockett
Rachel Hughett, teacher, Crockett Elementary
Ginger Nunez, teacher, Paul Belton Elementary

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