For the first time in more than two decades, Commentator Gary Borders covered a football game. But he wasn't filing a story on deadline. He was showing his journalism students how to function in the press box, minus the whiskey shots downed by the sportswriters of yesteryear.
Commentator Gary Borders describes a unique hour-long goodbye video at the Pines Theater in Lufkin. It was replete with Mr. Peanut, monkey business and movie candy, resulting in a one-of-a-kind memorial service for a beloved art professor.
So, what do you do when the power goes out? You go outside and see if your neighbors are in the dark, too. But commentator Gary Borders finds that when the outage stretches on for hours in the heat of the summer, an impromptu car parade rolls through his neighborhood.
With October right around the corner, Major League Baseball fans are about to settle in to their easy chairs to watch their favorite teams battle it out on the road to the World Series. Commentator Gary Borders will back burner pretty much everything to watch his beloved Boston Red Sox make their first playoff appearance in four years.
Commentator Gary Borders is back in the classroom 40 years after taking night classes at Kilgore College. This time he's teaching journalism students, which is familiar territory for the career journalist and publisher. But as a first-year teacher, he's humbled by the challenge and just getting his feet on the ground.