September 28th, 2011
H & M Pharmacy has been serving Hutchinson County since 1962.
Co-owner John Moss has been with H&M for 44 out of the 45 years of operation. Moss states that H&M offers things like prescriptions, compounding, vaccines, diabetic supplies, delivery, and emergency calls.
â€śWe cater to prescriptions and offer more professional services,â€ť he said.
Moss continued to say, â€śClients can always expect a friendly smile, warm greetings, and immediate services. At H&M, we practice under the assumption that service to humanity is the best work of life.â€ť
Frank Phillips College will have an Oscar-winning guest on campus tomorrow.
Michael Blake, who is an Oscar-winning screenwriter and author of the bestseller â€śDances With Wolves,â€ť will speak to the student body and the public in the FPC Community Activity Center this Thursday, Sept. 29, 2011. The event is free and the community is invited.
Blakeâ€™s visit to FPC is part of the collegeâ€™s Common Experience program. His speech will include events from his life, going from a struggling writer to an Oscar winner.
Over the weekend, the Frank Phillips College Lady Plainsmen volleyball team traveled to Hutchinson, Kan. to take part in tournament play.
The Lady Plainsmen made a strong showing going 3-1 in the tournament to improve their overall season record to 14-7.
In the tournament, the Lady Plainsmen defeated Pratt CC 25-22, 25-18, 25-23; Cloud County CC 25-22, 25-16, 25-11; and Hutchinson JC 25-12, 25-22, 23-25, 25-18. The Lady Plainsmenâ€™s lone loss came against Seminole JC 25-20, 17-25, 24-26, 17-25.
A Borger resident was killed and another critically injured in an accident occurring late Saturday evening.
On September 24, 2011, an eastbound Ford Mustang traveling on Highway 152 slid into a ravine, causing the vehicle to overturn.
According to Department of Public Safety reports, the driver, identified as Jimmy Dale Ream, 35, was ejected from the vehicle. He was not wearing a seat belt and suffered severe head injures.
The passenger, Kimberly Ann Warren, 30, was pronounced dead at the scene around 10:25 p.m. by a Justice of the Peace, who ordered an autopsy be performed.
A local citizen with interest in the old hospital building brought her request before the Hutchinson County Hospital District Board of Directors last Monday evening.
Mary Kay Phelan, an employee of ConocoPhillips and Director of High Plains Helping Hands, said there has been interest from churches in the community to start a facility that would house a soup kitchen and shelter. She asked the board if there was a possibility of the add-on portion of the hospital being saved for such usage.
Sue Lundy Davis 78, of Amarillo died September 18, 2011. Memorial Services will be held 2:00 PM Saturday, September 24, 2011 at Bell Avenue Church of Christ with Mr. Glenn Walton officiating. Arrangements are by Schooler Funeral Home, 4100 South Georgia.
A Memorial Service for Helen Clack, 89, Lawton, will be held at the Wesley United Methodist Church in Borger, TX on Friday, Sept. 23, 2011, at 2:00 pm.
She was born April 17, 1922, in Caney, Oklahoma to Albert Lee and Paris City (Brawner) Gunkel. Helen married Kenneth H. Ledgerwood in Walters, OK on October 20, 1940 and he passed away on July 29, 1956.
She later married Weldon Clack in Borger, Texas on May 20, 1967 and he passed away in 1984.
Over the past couple of years, one of the best rivalries within the WJCAC has been found on the volleyball court between the Frank Phillips College Lady Plainsmen and the New Mexico Military Institute (NMMI) Lady Broncos.
After Wednesday evening, the rivalry appears to still be going strong as the two teams squared off in a great five game match in Roswell, N.M., where the Lady Plainsmen came away with the win 25-18, 19-25, 21-25, 25-20, 15-13.
As the game with the Dumas Demons moved along last Friday, it was hard not to notice a little bit of frustration creeping into the Borger Bulldogs sideline in their 20-12 loss to send them to 1-3 for the season.
Through three quarters, the Bulldog offense struggled to get much going which led to the defense spending a lot of time out on the field.
After going through a tough non-district schedule, the Sanford-Fritch Eagles are getting to push the reset button on the season by starting District 1-2A play on Friday on the road against the Tulia Hornets.
The Eagles enter district play as the defending champions where they won the crown by going undefeated in their six district games last season.
But in order to defend their title, the Eagles will need to tighten up their defense that has given up an average of 38 points per game in the teamâ€™s four non-district losses.