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Meals on Wheels clients, Opportunity Center members and volunteers recieved a goodie bag from the Borger Opportunity Center. Two hundred goodie bags were delivered and Lida Whitehead wishes to thank everyone who made this possible.
Demolition began Wednesday of severals old buildings around the Hutchinson County Museum. The space will be used for a new oil patch exhibit. Stay tuned for more details.
Lanie Hazle and B.J. Brittain were downtown Borger on Monday afternoon to check on tuxes at Jim's Diamond Shop. They are getting married on Saturday. Congratulations to the happy couple!
Faith makes all things possible. Hope makes all things work. Love makes all things beautiful. May you have all three this Christmas Season.
Around 4:34 this morning a 911 call was received about an aggrivated assault with a deadly weapon at 1021 Thrams St.The altercation occurred between two men. Upon arrival, auhorities found Ryan Andrew Gilstrap, 27, who was then transported to a local hospital, where he was prounced deceased. As of now, the authorities to do not have a suspect I.D. but are following some leads. The police are focusing on securing the scene and questioning the witness. Will be reporting more information as it becomes available.
Cool Boose celebates Christmas and helps the Rainbow Room on Monday, Dec. 15th from 6 p.m. until 7:30 p.m.
Borger Middle School students collected 3,057 cans of food during a recent canned food drive and celebrated with a Hunger Games themed pep rally. Great job!
Due to all the moisture in the last few months, the Lake Meredith Recreational Area will begin multiple prescribed burns in the park area from December 15, 2014 through March 31, 2015.
A large house fire broke loose around Midnight on Wednesday night on Jim Hall. According to the Borger Fire Department, the fire has been put out. Further information was not available at time of press.
Valero donates $40,000 to Hutchinson County Cares.