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March 16th, 2015
Lake Meredith was beautiful on Sunday afternoon. Campers in tents, motor homes and fifth wheels could be seen at the picnic area overlooking the lake.
Gateway students dress up early for St. Patrick's Day at Gateway School in Borger.
Clovis and Bart Boren have generously donated signs to the BISD Althetic Department, which will be put at the entrance to various sport facilities. The signs remind the fans to be supportive during the activities.
The Hutchinson County Sheriff's Department received a donation of $2,500 from Alan Jones. The donaiton was made possible by a grant awarded to Jones by The America's Farmers Grow Communities Program.
Area weather spotters received training from the National Weather Service on May 5.
Everyone enjoyed the Altrusa Craft Show at the Aluminum Dome on Saturday and Sunday. Painting at one booth was a big hit with the kids.
Borger Youth Advisory Council Members attended the Borger City Council Meeting on Tuesday, March 3. They told the Council about their recent trip to Austin and thanked the Council for all their help.
These girls are awesome and they sold over 7000 boxes of Girl Scout cookies as a troop. Great job!
Fourth grade Book Munchers at Crockett School in Borger meet once a week to discuss their favorite book. Awesome kids!
Edith Guynes Stanley of Borger celebrates her 75th birthday on Saturday, Feb. 28 with an "Unselfish Birthday Party" at the First United Methodist Church in Borger. Stanley is asking for donations to the McCurdy School in Espanola, New Mexico instead of gifts for herself.