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July 3rd, 2014
The Fourth of July makes everyone smile - it’s grilled food, sparklers, and everything red, white, and blue. For many families, it is the best party of the summer.
This year, the City of Borger wants to make it one of the biggest celebrations of the summer.
Caprock Nursing and Rehabilitation employees will be honored today when the company receives its 5-star banner and plaque from state officials.
The members of the public are invited to the ceremony, which will start at 4 p.m. at the CN&R facility at 900 College Ave
The Frank Phillips College Board of Regents certainly received some hot news at its recent meeting. Really hot.
Jimmie McCarthy presented a slide show to the board members regarding the college’s newest program, the remote welding program.
Here’s the deal. If you want a furry friend, the Borger Animal Shelter is the place you need to visit. And, in so doing, you might find a life-long companion and friend that will listen to every story you have, and give a needy animal a home.
You just might save a life ... and make room for the next needy pup or kitten.
The idea of building a new fieldhouse at the Huber Park baseball facility struck out with the Borger City Council on Tuesday evening. And the pitch wasn’t even close.
Ever since she was young, Debra Lucio admits she has been fascinated with music videos. Not so much as to what they say or who they showcase, but rather how they were made.
Why lights were used there? What technique was used to film that? Where do you put the microphone?
Hutchinson County officials are hoping the county’s inmates can come home within the next few days once repairs are finished at the Hutchinson County Jail.
Sanford community members announced earlier this week they will once again be hosting an all-day July 4th event in the community center. The Independence Day activities will run through midnight.
Josey Inselman is about to join the ranks of Arnold Palmer and Tiger Woods. Of course, the 7-year-old daughter of West Texas High School graduate Ashley (Phillips) Inselman would probably rather not.
In an effort to help second grader battle a serious form of cancer, residents of her hometown in Perkins, Oklahoma, have decided to stage a golf tournament and are reaching out to Hutchinson County residents who would like to get in a few strokes for a good cause. The tournament will be held on July 12 at the Cimarron Trails Golf Course in Perkins.
Let the fun – and fight begin.
Hutchinson County’s annual effort to help raise funds for the nation’s fight against cancer officially gets under way this evening in Huber Park when the 2014 Relay For Life event kiocks off. The event will begin at 7 p.m. and run through 7 a.m. on Saturday.