November 3rd, 2011
Thomas Joseph Salazar, 23, was given an unsecured bond of $25,000 during his arraignment hearing in Amarillo this afternoon. He will also be placed in the custody of his mother, who lives in Amarillo, and is required to participate in a home confinement program and home detention. He cannot possess drugs, alcohol, weapons, etc., and is restricted to the Amarillo area unless deemed otherwise by a probation officer.
Crockett and Gateway Elementary schools will be honoring our countryâ€™s Veterans on Friday, Nov. 11, 2011 at 9:30 a.m. It will be held in the Gateway/Crockett cafeteria. A special program will be performed by the students and local Boy Scouts.
All Veterans and their families are invited. If you are a Veteran and plan to attend, please arrive at the cafeteria by 9 a.m. for your special seat
What former Borger businesses do you miss not being around the most?
K-Mart? TG&Y? Revco? Burger King? Taco Villa?
Lets us know what you wish was still around.
The Borger Band Boosters Annual Brisket Dinner,is scheduled from 4-7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 4, at the American Legion Hall, 1000 Bulldog Lane.
Tickets can be purchased from BHS Band Students or at the door for $5 each. To go orders are available.
June 08, 1939 -
November 01, 2011
Chester Gayle Anglen, 72 was born to Morris and Edwina Anglen on June 08, 1939 in Malta Bend, Missouri and went home to be with the Lord on November 01, 2011 after a brief battle with cancer.
The Borger Lady Bulldogs didnâ€™t have long to celebrate their 3A Bi-District playoff round win over Lamesa on Tuesday. The team has to swing back around and travel to Seminole tonight to take on the Clint Lady Lions in the 3A Area playoff round.
Borger Interim Head Coach Ken Barbour was pleased with the teamâ€™s performance, saying, â€śLamesa has a style that can get a team out of sync. However, our defense adapted easily and allowed our offense to put the ball on the floor for many impressive kills.â€ť
The Frank Phillips College Lady Plainsmen opened the 2011-12 season on a high note by defeating Trinidad State College 75-55 in Trinidad, Colo.
In the second half, Trinidad St. was able to pull within six with ten minutes to go, but a 9-0 run gave the Lady Plainsmen the separation the team needed to get the 20 point win.
Laura Martinez had a big night off the bench scoring 18 points.
After a very cold start to the day today, we will see plenty of sunshine
and highs in the middle to upper 50s! Another strong upper-level storm
system will cause very windy conditions on Saturday with gusts over 55 mph
(Courtesy of KVII Storm Search 7)
Teams are seeded for the Region Volleyball Championship at Clarendon College
#1 Midland College
#2 New Mexico Military Institute
#3 Westren Texas College
#4 Frank Phillips College
10:30 #1 Midland College vs #4 Frank Phillips College
12:30 #2 New Mexico Military Institute vs #3 Western Texas College
4:30 Region V Championship
Wednesday afternoon, bond was set for Francisco "Frank" Fernandez, and Jose Fernandez, Jr., at $50,000 each during arraignment hearing in Amarillo.
Aaron Fernandez had his bond set at $25,000.
All three have been indicted on drug trafficking charges and must take part in the home confinement program and wear an electronic ankle monitoring device.
In addition, travel for the men is restricted, they cannot be around firearms, alcohol or narcotics and they are subject to medical testing.