Skip to main content

Archive - News Article

April 22nd, 2011

Suspicious death classified as homicide

April 22, 2011

A suspicious death in the Keeler Heights area that is being investigated by the Borger Police Department and the Texas Rangers has now been classified as a homicide.
On Thursday, April 21, 2011, at approximately 11:14 a.m., officers from the Borger Police Department were dispatched to 120 Garrett Street in reference to an unattended death.

Local, state officials investigating suspicious death

April 22, 2011

(UPDATE: According to information received from the Borger Police Department, this has been ruled a homicide. More details will be available later this evening.)

Local and state officials are currently investigating a suspicious death in the Keeler Heights area.
According to Lt. Anthony Griffin of the Borger Police Department, yesterday morning before noon, officers responded to Garrett Street in reference to a death.
Once they got over there and began to investigate, the Texas Rangers were called to assist in the investigation.

Superintendents: It’s a difficult time for school districts

April 22, 2011

It is a difficult time for school districts.
This was the sentiment shared by two local superintendents, Jim McClellan of Sanford-Fritch ISD and Chance Welch of Borger ISD. The two men shared about their backgrounds, along with the struggles their districts are facing, during a gathering of the Hutchinson County Retired School Personnel Association meeting Thursday.

MacAhan passionate about MS cause

April 22, 2011

When it comes to Walk MS, there is a local citizen whose heart is truly passionate about the cause.
Don MacAhan of Borger was the top fundraiser for the 2010 Walk MS Fundraiser for the panhandle area, collecting well over $6,000 just by himself.
He made the ConocoPhillips team the areas top fundraising team just by “asking everybody I run in to,” he said. Last year’s Borger MS Walk raised over $16,000.

April 21st

Officials investigating death of Fritch infant

April 21, 2011

Officials are currently investigating circumstances surrounding the death of a three-month-old in Fritch.
The Hutchinson County Sheriff’s Office was contacted this morning for information on the investigation of what caused the death.
Deputies from the office responded to a call at a home in the Sanford Estates housing development on Tuesday night around 8:20 p.m. Upon arrival, they found the infant had died.
According to reports from Department of Public Safety spokesman Gabriel Medrano, preliminary autopsy results determine the child died from asphyxiation.

Welcome home!

April 21, 2011

Sgt. Joseph A. Jett truly received a hero’s welcome Wednesday afternoon from students at West Texas Elementary School in Stinnett. Holding a sign made in his honor is Sgt. Jett’s niece, six-year-old Alyssa Beagle. Sgt. Jett and his wife Liz have a three-year-old daughter Chloe, who holds on to her dad tightly. He has come home after service in Afghanistan.

County court releases latest disposition report

April 21, 2011

The Hutchinson County Court has released its latest disposition report as of April 20, 2011.
The cases in the report are as follows:
•Skylar Denham – appeal failure to attend school,
final conviction (fine only)
•Amanda Michelle Fought, theft of property >=$20<$500 by check, case dismissed (restitution made)
•Katherine Nanette Landrum, disorderly conduct Class C, order suspending sentence
•Phillip Lee Mitchell, driving while intoxicated, county jail
•Amber Dawn Reeves, driving while intoxicated (2nd), order revoking probation

BISD board member recognized for service

April 21, 2011

The Borger ISD board of trustees took time to honor a longtime board member who will be stepping off this May.
Gary Schneck was recognized for his service to the board. Schneck, who has served on the board for 15 years, was up for reelection in the upcoming May general election, but chose not to run for another term.
Robert Bradley is seeking another term of office as a BISD school member. Also seeking election to the school board are Scott Mills, Diedre Hood, and Les Sharp. The top two vote-getters will be elected to the board in the May general election.

April 20th

Lake marina acting on abandoned boats

April 20, 2011

With some abandoned boats moved from The Marina at Lake Meredith, workers out there are trying to figure out the best course of action for those boats.
With the low lake levels, the decision was made by the National Park Service late last year that the drop had resulted in lake levels that could no longer support marina services. The services that were provided at LMNRA were discontinued on Jan. 1, 2011.
Abandoned boats were moved to a parking lot and all docks and dock buildings will be demolished and recycled.

Council makes decisions on property demolitions

April 20, 2011

The Borger City Council has made decisions on two property demolitions that were appealed by local citizens.
The actions were taken during the regular meeting of the council, held Tuesday afternoon at Borger City Hall.
The first property in question was 821 Moody, owned by C.C. “Bud” Reynolds. He told the council that he planned to demolish the property and clear the lot on his own. However, he said he had some workers he plans to put to work on the demolition and didn’t want to put them out of business.

The Borger Lady Bulldog wrestling team had a great showing in Amarillo recently. Borger competed...
The Lady Bulldogs traveled to Canadian on Tuesday night to take on the Lady Wildcats. See results...
The Frank Phillips Plainsmen took care of Wayland Baptist Jv in Plainview Monday afternoon, 121-64...

 

Premium Drupal Themes by Adaptivethemes