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May 13th, 2015
Margo Hood was named as the 2015 Borger High School Valedictorian at the Academic Banquet on Monday, May 11.
The Borger High School Theatre students will present "The Bully Plays" on Saturday, May 16 at 7:00 pm in the Borger High School Auditorium.
Charlene Flanagan turned 88 on May 6 and some of the downtown merchants treated her to a birthday party. Happy Birthday to Charlene!
Cancer survivors, caregivers and cancer patients all attended the dinner to show that there is hope and that cancer can be beat.
COPD education class to be held at Golden Plains Community Hospital on Thursday, May 7 at 6 p.m. in the cafeteria.
The Texas Department of Public Safety (DPS) today announced the arrest of a Borger woman for allegedly sexually asssaulting a child. The Texas Rangers arrested Corisa Tosh, 41, after conducting an investigation into the alleged assault in 2009. The Rangers began investigating after being notified by the Borger Police Department. Tosh is a former police officer, and the alleged assault occurred prior to her employment as a Borger police officer. Tosh was booked into the Hutchinson OCunty Jail for sexual assault of a child, a second-degree felony.
Junior Ranger Day on Saturday, April 25. The National Park Service invites kids and adults to enjoy all the activites they have planned. Great way to spend a Saturday!
Sweet Things Snowcone stand recently donated to the Snack Pak 4 Kids Program. They gave 50% of their total Saturday sales to help the program provide nutritious food for the kids to have over the weekend.
The Harrington's played an important part in the development of the Borger area. They moved "shotgun" houses from Panhandle, across Dixon Creek and into Borger and the surrounding area using horses and wagons. This is hard to imagine and shows the tenacity and expertise of the early Borgan's as they created a city that many of us now call home.
The Borger Boy's Taveling Basketball Team played in a tournament this past weekend in Canadian. The Borger team, made up mostly of 5th graders from Borger Intermediate School, wore hot pink t-shirts to honor the memory of former classmate, Keara Brown.