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November 7th, 2014
Borger's Gateway School will have it's "Watch Dogs", Dads of Great Students" helping out at the school this year. Volunteers are needed. Contact the school if you could help out to keep the kids safe at school.
Governor Rick Perry speaks on the future of the Republican Party in Texas, at Austin City Limits Live at The Moody Theater where Republican nominee for Governor Greg Abbott's 2014 Texas Victory Election Night party is being held.
Polling places are open today until 7 p.m. Area residents are urged to go out and cast their vote!
Precinct 11- Faith Covenant Church, 1501 S. Florida St, Borger.
Precinct 14- Fairlanes Baptist Church, 3000 Fair lanes Blvd. in Borger.
Precinct 21- SFISD Administration building, 540 Eagle Blvd. in Fritch.
Precinct 23- St. Andrews United Methodist Church, 100 Amaryllis in Borger.
Precinct 31- WTHS Commons Room, 600 Stewart St. in Stinnett.
Precinct 33- Service Drilling Southwest Center for Access and innovation, 901 S. Opal, Room 102.
Bloomberg -- Eurasia Group's Corey Boles, Bloomberg Business Week's Josh Green and Bloomberg's Peter Cook discuss the midterm elections with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton on "Bottom Line."
Halloween is the perfect time to have fun, pet owners! Why not let your pet in on the fun with a new costume this season.
Low gas prices at several Borger stations are a hit with residents. Shemecka Glover stops at United Express on Thursday to put gas in her vehicle.
Borger area residents are very creative, especially around Halloween.
Richard Hogue's paintings are on display at Borger Bank.
On Saturday, Oct. 25, an explosion occurred in Borger in the 300 block of Deahl. Crews are working to remove debris from the area.
Nurses and health care staff hold a rally in support of their colleagues Nina Pham and Amber Vinson, who are now in treatment after contracting the Ebola virus, outside the Texas Presbyterian Hospital in Dallas October 17, 2014. Dallas nurse Nina Pham, the first American to contract Ebola in the U.S., was discharged from the National Institutes of Health hospital in Bethesda this morning with no sign of the virus left in her system. Six other Americans have been infected while working in Ebola-affected countries in West Africa, but zero Americans have died.