Archive - Sep 2012 - News Article
Tonight is the night!
HOPE 2012, with a theme of â€śThis Is Cure Country, A Tribute to 25 years of HOPE,â€ť is set to begin at 7 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 29, 2012, at the Crutch Ranch.
Robert Earl Keen will be the headliner for the event, and the Buster Bledsoe Band will be this year's dance band. Honorary chairs this year are Brandon Beagle and Melissa Hansen.
The meal for this year is a prime rib dinner with all of the fixings from Big Texan Catering.
Just a few more days and the annual FlintFest will be here for the public to indulge in and have a good time with nature.
This month Alibates Flint Quarries National Monument will celebrate Texas Archeology Month with the third annual â€śAlibates Rocks! FlintFestâ€ť on September 29-30 to celebrate the special resource known as Alibates flint. FlintFest runs from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday, and from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on Sunday. All events are free.
200 block of West Tenth â€“ report of DWI (traffic)
2nd and Deahl â€“ house/business check
900 block of Western â€“ report of disorderly conduct
300 block of Baylor â€“ assist agency
800 block of Derr â€“ assist agency
800 block of North Main â€“ alarm
100 block of Willowick â€“ report of disorderly conduct
300 block of North Hedgecoke â€“ report of disturbance
600 block of California â€“ report of harassment
300 block of South Cedar â€“ report of fight in progress
100 block of Dolomita â€“ report of disturbance
800 block of Derr â€“ report of disturbance
1000 block of Bowman â€“ report of theft
The Hutchinson County United Way Golf Scramble is coming up soon!
The event will be held on Saturday, Oct. 6, 2012, at the Borger Country Club Golf Course, located at 301 Broadmoor.
The format of the event is a four-person scramble ($180 for the team and $45 per person). Mulligans are two for $5. The event is limited to the first 24 teams.
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Xcel Energy residential and small commercial customers in Texas will see a small fuel cost surcharge on year-end bills, pending regulatory approval, as the company balances fuel accounts.
Texas industrial and large commercial customer classes will receive refunds.
500 block of Whittenburg - report of disorderly conduct
700 block of McGee - report of disturbance
900 block of Harrison - report of prowler
100 block of St. John's - traffic escort
700 block of South McGee - followup
700 block of Delaware - report of criminal trespass
Jim's Diamond Shop - followup
1400 block of Lancelot - warrant service
1400 block of Primrose - alarm
Florida & Carolina - report of reckless driver (traffic)
900 block of Sterling - report of harassment
6th & Delaware - report of suspicious vehicle
900 block of Western - report of disorderly conduct
A giant arrow, donated by sculptor and artist Charles Smith of New Home, was installed June 15 at Crawford Park on Main Street between the Hutchinson County Museum and City Hall in Borger. Be sure to attend the dedication of this arrow on Sept. 28 at 2 p.m.
The arrow stands about 22â€™ tall and has steel rods that resemble fletching of feathers that vibrate in the wind. The arrow also places Hutchinson County on the Quanah Parker Trail map.
Sanford-Fritch is doing things a little different during its homecoming this year.
This year Sanford-Fritch ISD has taken out the annual bonfire and parade.
But there will be a pep rally this Friday at 10:09 a.m. in the high schoolâ€™s new gym.
All this week, students have shown their spirit by participating in spirit week and dressing up in different themes each day.
Monday was Nerd Day, Tuesday was Rock Star Day, Wednesday was Super Hero Day, Thursday is Twin Day, and Friday students will dress for school spirit.
The Borger Choir Boosters are busy gearing up for their annual Spud Stuff to be held at the Borger High School Cafeteria, on Friday, Oct. 5. The dinner will take place before the Borger vs Palo Duro football game, from 5-7 p.m. Tickets are $5 each and can be purchased from any middle school or high school choir student or at the door. You will be able to stuff your spud with a variety of toppings, including the traditional butter, cheese, and sour cream. Chili and broccoli will also be available.