Archive - News Article
July 18th, 2013
In a continuing rash of vandalism across Borger, the Hutchinson County Veteran's Memorial at Huber Park was damaged as large segments of marble across the top of the monument were removed and shattered.
Zee's Summer Sweets was broken into and is offering a $300.00 reward for information on who is responsible.
Mickey Wright is enjoying the day in the rain.
The First Place Winners of the Phillips High School Reunion Golf Tournament was JJ Jones, Jeff Hart, Cooper Jones and Mike Spradling.
Paul Burkhalt from Wonderland Park speaks at the Borger Rotary Luncheon.
Body & Sol had their ribbon cutting today with the Borger Chamber of Commerce. Today only everything is 30% off.
The National Weather Service in Amarillo is en route to Borger today to study the damage caused by last night's storm to examine the possibilities of straight-line winds or micro-burst phenomena. Micro-bursts, which are almost impossible to predict, can be as destructive as a small tornado.
Caprock Nursing & Rehabilitation Center has volunteered to feed the Borger Fire Department Hamburgers tomorrow at noon.
SPC Ryan French returned from a year long deployment in Afghanistan on May 1, 2013. SPC French is a combat medic attached to the 306th Military Intelligence Unit and was stationed at Bagram Airfield in Bagram, Afghanistan.