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March 19th, 2012

Time to bash the trash!

March 19, 2012

It is time once again for local citizens to bash their trash!
The City of Borger will be holding its upcoming trash bash April 9-14, 2012. It is sponsoring this free week for county residents to bring their trash to the transfer station.
Kathie Harber, who is with the City of Borger, said tire disposal will also be an available service for locals during Trash Bash Week.
“Tire disposal, for residential customers, will not have a limit during this week,” she said.

March 17th

FPC Board of Regents to cancel 2012 election

March 17, 2012

On Monday, March 19th, the Frank Phillips College Board of Regents will take action on canceling the 2012 Board of Regents Election.
This year the Board of Regents had three full, six year at-large terms and one four-year, unexpired Spring Creek term scheduled to expire in 2012. As of the March 6th deadline for the candidates to file for the 2012 election, the applications received for the open positions were from Jay Campbell, Sandra Hilbert, and Dr. Shad Goldston for the three at-large terms, and Tonya Moore for the unexpired Spring Creek term.

For Hicks, work is all about making signs

March 17, 2012

(Editor’s Note: The Borger News-Herald will be featuring Borger’s City Departments throughout the next several weeks, highlighting the services that the city performs for citizens on a daily basis.)

There is one City of Borger employee whose career is all about making signs.
Rosa Hicks, Public Works, produces all city signs for citizen safety and awareness. She has been performing this service for 15 years and counting.

Balloon incident addressed before Borger ISD board

March 17, 2012

A water balloon fight at Borger High School the week prior to spring break took an ugly turn for one BHS student.
Roper Cox addressed the Borger ISD school board at its recent meeting on her son’s behalf. During the water balloon fight, her son was hit with a balloon filled with urine.
She said she wanted to know what the school district was going to do, and would rather see the district handle it than taking it to the police.

March 16th

Fugitive arrested by BPD

March 16, 2012

An armed and dangerous fugitive was arrested by the Borger Police Department on Tuesday.
According to Lt. Anthony Griffin of BPD, the department received information on March 13 that Levi Whitecrow Ollis, 24, of Borger, was currently at a residence in the 1000 block of North Coble Street.
BPD had knowledge of the fact that Ollis had an outstanding parole violation warrant for his arrest. The warrant was for possession of a controlled substance. The department also had knowledge of the fact that Ollis was listed as an armed and dangerous fugitive, Lt. Griffin said.

Borger Creative Arts Club seeking donations for possible relocation

March 16, 2012

Borger Creative Arts Club is a non-profit club for citizens of Borger and the surrounding area to meet and share their love of art. Borger Creative Arts Club has been at the same location for 56 years. The club owns the building.
However, there is now a new owner of the land and the club needs to make new arrangements. The club operates on a limited budget and is attempting to purchase property for the club to meet.
If you feel you could help with a donation, please contact Dee Duncan at 806-898-8515, Margie Dean at 806-282-5303 or Dorothy Cates at 806-886-0299.

March 15th

Borger Police Report

March 15, 2012

Borger Police Report
March 13, 2012

6th & Florida – followup
136 South Stinnett City Limit – report of DWI (traffic)
1000 block of Monroe – report of prowler
900 block of East Davis, Sanford – report of building burglary
1000 block of Coble – warrant service
1600 block of Primrose – report of suspicious activity
3100 block of Fairlanes – report of attempted suicide
1300 block of Boyd – report of suspicious activity
1000 block of Coble – report of suspicious activity
200 block of Opal – alarm
600 block of West First – alarm
1400 block of Primrose – alarm

Friends of the Library to hold book sale

March 15, 2012

Are you ready to find some great books at a great price?
The Spring Book Sale, offered by the Hutchinson County Friends of the Library, is just around the corner. On April 19-21, books of all kinds and jigsaw puzzles will be available at the Borger library for low prices.
Hours for the sale are 2-7 p.m. Thursday, April 19; 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Friday, April 20; and 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, April 21. Prices are 50 cents for adult hardbacks, 25 cents for children’s hardbacks, and all paperbacks will be two for 25 cents. In addition, puzzles are 50 cents and gift books are only 25 cents each.

Fritch driver involved in crash near county line

March 15, 2012

A Fritch driver was involved in a car crash near the Hutchinson County line Wednesday.
Around 2:16 a.m. on March 14, 2012, Deamber D. Neal, 33, of Fritch, was driving a 2001 Dodge pickup northbound on Highway 136.
The vehicle entered a curve in the roadway about three miles south of the Hutchinson County line in Potter County and veered off of the roadway to her right. She then overcorrected back to the left, causing the vehicle to overturn once and flip end over end twice before coming to rest.

March 14th

Borger Police Report

March 14, 2012

Borger Police Report
March 12, 2012

100 block of Garrett – report of open door/window
200 block of South Florida – field interview
1000 block of Coble – report of criminal mischief
600 block of North Main – report of abandoned vehicle
800 block of North Main – alarm
2100 block of Huber Avenue – report of welfare check
1200 block of Roberts – report of disturbance
1200 block of Roberts – followup
1200 block of Cooley – assist agency
Castle and Fairlanes – report of abandoned vehicle
100 block of Veta – welfare check
1300 block of Davis – report of harassment

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