Archive - Jun 2014 - News Article
Josey Inselman is about to join the ranks of Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods. Of course, the 7-year-old daughter of West Texas High School graduate Ashley (Phillips) Inselman would probably rather not.
In an effort to help second grader battle a serious form of cancer, residents of her hometown in Perkins, Oklahoma, have decided to stage a golf tournament and are reaching out to Hutchinson County residents who would like to get in a few strokes for a good cause. The tournament will be held on July 12 at the Cimarron Trails Golf Course in Perkins.
Let the fun – and fight begin.
Hutchinson County’s annual effort to help raise funds for the nation’s fight against cancer officially gets under way this evening in Huber Park when the 2014 Relay For Life event kiocks off. The event will begin at 7 p.m. and run through 7 a.m. on Saturday.
Hemphill County Sheriff Morse Burroughs said on Thursday afternoon the search for a missing woman near Canadian was going to be scaled back as no signs of Marquita Medrano have been found since she was reported missing.
Members of the Hemphill County Sheriff’s Department are continuing to search for a missing woman today, extending the lengthy effort into its third day.
If you have a hankering for some outdoor fun while celebrating the July 4th holiday, the Borger Youth Advisory Council may well deserve a place on your Christmas list as they are about to make your dreams come true.
Hutchinson County residents can help take a punch at cancer tomorrow when the 2014 Relay For Life event gets under way in Huber Park. The event is a fund raiser for the American Cancer Society.
The stars were certainly out last night in Borger. The stars of beating cancer at its own game, that is.
The Relay for Life Survivor’s Dinner held its annual banquet for cancer survivors on Tuesday, beginning at 6:30 p.m. at the Borger Union hall. This year’s dinner’s theme was ”Walk of Stars” a theme that treated cancer survivors as if they were the stars of Hollywood. Over 150 people attended the dinner in celebration of life and those fighting cancerous diseases.
Emergency crews worked through Tuesday afternoon attempting to restore power to hundreds of homes in the Pampa area. When the sun set on their third day of around-the-clock work, repair crews still faced a long road thanks to Mother Nature, according to Excel Energy spokesman Wes Reeves
Several volunteers are urgently needed to help at the High Plains Helping hands outlet in Borger. Able-bodied volunteers can work three hours at the outlet and help hundreds of needy residents.
For more information on how to volunteer please call 273-5601 or stop by the office at 517 B Bryan in Borger.
ident is hoping home really is the place where the heart – and marrow – is this weekend. If it is, then Ashley (Phillips) Inselman feels her daughter, Josey, can be a living testament to the people here.