Archive - News Article
February 26th, 2015
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.
Cub Scout Pack 565's Blue and Gold Banquet was held on Saturday, Feb 21. The evening was truly inspiring and the scouts and their leaders are to be commended for their dedication and service. Great Job!
EMT Rochelle Daffern and EMS Supervisor Mike Barter stand by the new ambulance that they began using 2 weeks ago.
Borger High School students were able to learn about job opportunities and area colleges on Thursday night during Borger High School's College and Career Night. Over 400 students attended the event within the first hour and eighteen minutes, according to Borger High School Associate Principal Dede Conaway. Conaway commented, the event was a "huge success". XCEL Energy's Myrna Flores, Joey Shuffield and Randy Meek are pictured with Kaylee Campbell (Borger High School senior).
Pancakes, waffles, bacon, sausage, juice, coffee.....Yum! Yum! Saint Andrews United Methodist Men are cooking up a wonderful breakfast on Saturday morning at St Andrews Church in Borger from 6:30 a.m. until 11:00 a.m.
The Borger City Council met Tuesday, Feb. 17, and named Anthony "Bud" Griffin as the new Municipal Court Judge.
Jim Clegg and Harlan Conrow are very happy with the care they receive during their therapy session at Borger Heathcare Center
The Benevolent and Protective Order of the Elks will celebrate their 147th year of community Service on February 16th. The Elks continue to live up to their vow of "Elks Care-Elks Share" within communities around the world.
Misti McClendon, Borger Middle School math teacher, was named as the January 2015 "Teacher on the Rise" by Mrs Baird's Bread. One of her sixth grade math students, Jason Sanford, nominated her for the award.