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May 12th, 2011

Early sign-ups for park rec program taking place May 14 and 21

May 12, 2011

For those wanting to get their kids signed up for the City of Borger Park Recreation Program, early sign-ups are being held the next two weekends.
Annadon Keys, Johnson Park Youth Center Supervisor, said signups will take place at the JPYC from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday, May 14, and Saturday, May 21. Parents can also get their children signed up at anytime during the week from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday.

May 11th

Hicks: Future of Frank Phillips is bright

May 11, 2011

Even in the midst of recent turmoil, the future of Frank Phillips College is still looking bright.
Dr. Jud Hicks, president of FPC, was the featured speaker for the Borger Rotary Club meeting Tuesday. He spoke candidly about some of the issues the college has faced in the past, as well as its future plans.
He said when the news broke on Jan. 19 about the possibility of FPC’s state funding being cut and the college facing potential closure, it was not a good day on campus.

Survivors need to register for RFL

May 11, 2011

The time for cancer survivors to get registered for the Relay For Life is quickly approaching!
The last chance for the cancer survivors or supporters residing in the Hutchinson County to register to take part in the Relay for Life and to get their invitation to the annual Survivor’s Dinner and receive their t-shirt is Friday, May 13.

May 10th

State Champions!!!

May 10, 2011

Tuesday morning the Borger Mixed Doubles team of senior Josh Madden and junior Abbie Madden won the 3A State Title at the State Tennis Tournament in Austin.
The pair won the championship match in straight sets over Laird Beaty and Courtney Johnson of Lindale 6-4, 6-2.

9/11 monument steel set to arrive Wednesday

May 10, 2011

The steel for a 9/11 monument to be constructed in Borger is set to arrive Wednesday.
Locals are encouraged to line for the streets for the arrival of the steel taking place at 1 p.m., which is coming straight from Ground Zero of the World Trade Center via Pierce Trucking.
The procession will start at Rice Construction and will then go down Cedar to Zachry Construction, where the monument will be made for the 9/11 memorial in Huber Park. Locals are encouraged to line Cedar Street and show their support.
The project has been overseen by Elks Lodge #1581.

City of Stinnett preparing for annual cleanup

May 10, 2011

The City of Stinnett is preparing for its annual cleanup.
The cleanup was discussed at the city council meeting, held Monday evening at Stinnett City Hall.
The annual cleanup for Stinnett will be held June 6 thru June 18, 2011. This year’s cleanup will be different from past years. There will be disposal bins at the recycling center and designated areas to drop off your items.

May 9th

City of Borger planning 2011 park rec program

May 9, 2011

With school just a few weeks from being out, the final touches are being put on the City of Borger’s Park Recreation Program for the summer.
Annadon Keys, Johnson Park Youth Center Supervisor, said the program is free and reaches out to children who are in first through seventh grades.
“Our goal is that each child receives the same attention, rewards, and fun equally, regardless of financial status,” she said. “It is very important for us to provide an exciting and fun-filled summer to as many children as possible.”

Danny Richards receives master’s degree

May 9, 2011

Borger and Hutchinson County’s emergency management coordinator has been hard at work on his higher education in order to continue keeping citizens safe.
Danny Richards graduated with a Master’s of Science Degree in Emergency Management from Jacksonville State University in Alabama on April 29, 2011.
He said Jacksonville State University offers one of the best curriculums for emergency managers wishing to further their professional studies.
“The program requires an in-depth study of government structure, emergency response, financial recovery, and hazard mitigation,” Richards said.

Sharp running for Borger ISD board of trustees

May 9, 2011

MICHELLE BERRY
Managing Editor
editor@borgernewsherald.com
Les Sharp is running for a seat on the Borger ISD Board of Trustees.
Sharp has lived in Borger for 22 years. He said he was welcomed by the people of Borger as a young science teacher straight out of school at Texas Tech who made him feel at home.
“I met a beautiful girl (Melanie Pepper) whom I was privileged to marry and we have been blessed with four terrific children,” he said. “Borger is a great community and a wonderful place to raise a family.”

May 7th

BPD investigating incident at local church

May 7, 2011

The Borger Police Department is currently investigating a criminal mischief incident involving a local church.
The criminal mischief took place at New Jerusalem Church, located at 1016 Brain Street. According to Lt. Anthony Griffin of the BPD, sometime between April 29 and 30, 2011, several windows were broken on the church.

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