November 20th, 2014
Megan Parr was honored on Thursday for her role as Hutchinson County Extension Agent, and for all her hard work with the Hutchinson County 4-H Program.
Borger is beginning to look a bit like Christmas.
The Lady Plainsmen took care of business here in Borger against Wayland Baptist JV tonight, 107-33. The Lady Plainsmen are now 7-1 on the season.
The Borger Bulldogs boys basketball team didn't get the start they wanted, dropping their first game of the season to Texline, 61-48. The boys will look to bounce back against Caprock on Friday.
The Borger Lady Bulldogs rolled over Texline, 64-27. Look for results in Thursday's sports section.
The Frank Phillips Plainsmen beat Lamar College's Jv 102-57 on Tuesday night to push their record to 7-2 on the season. The Plainsmen will be back in action this Saturday here in Borger at the BCAC at 3 p.m.
The City of Borger has purchased a new communication system to replace the old system that will save the city from $2000 to $2500 a month, according to Danny Richards. Richards is the Emergency Management/Communications Director for the City of Borger.
Hope Sharp, an eighth grader at Borger Middle School, received state recognition for her performance on the ACT test,
Gateway and Crockett students honor Veterans.
The FPC Plainsmen won big on the road tonight in Big Spring against SWCID, 108-36.