June 30th, 2015
The Guymon El Fuego 10U girls softball team went undefeated at the Tent City Tournament over the weekend in Dodge City. See Monday's paper for more photos from the tournament.
Jeremy Musgrave, 37 year old Guymon resident, passed away early Wednesday June 24, 2015 in Borger, Texas. Jeremy was born on October 9, 1977 in Tiffin, Ohio to Michael and Kathryn(Molyet) Musgrave.
Jeremy attended school In Logans Port, Indiana graduating with the class of 1996.
Jeremy moved to Oklahoma from Peru Indiana in 2008 and was working as a production worker for Seaboard Foods.
On June 12, 2015, Agents with the District One District Attorneyâ€™s Task Force wrapped up a three month investigation by serving search warrants and arresting fourteen (14) individuals involved in Operation High Explosive and Operation Wheat Penny. Individuals who were involved and arrested spanned across three states: Oklahoma, Texas, and Kansas.
To read all about it, pick up today's Guymon Daily Herald.
Two stores in Guymon have reported attempts to make purchases with counterfeit bills on Thursday, with at least one local bank being made aware of fake twenties and fifties.
Contact with the Guymon Police Department indicated while reports have been made, there are no suspects identified at this time.
Lieutenant Jason Bond referred to reports from the Liberal, Kansas police department. Bills identified in Liberal have matching serial numbers. 12 bills with the serial number JG76586628C have been seized.
Two men arrested earlier in June were booked on multiple alleged felony and misdemeanor charges.
Lex Gordon, 56 of Guymon and Nathan Gordon, 19 of Guymon were booked at the Texas County Jail on multiple alleged charges of possession, intent to distribute and other charges. Both men are currently out on $50,000 bonds.
For details on charges, see today's edition of The Guymon Daily Herald
The Guymon Panhandle Wind 12U girls travel softball team placed second in the Super C Tournament over the weekend in Dodge City, Kan. See more photos in Monday's edition.
The Team Adrenaline 14U girls softball team, made up of Guymon and Goodwell players placed second in their division over the weekend at the Super C Tournament in Dodge City, Kansas. See more photos in the Monday edition.
Ela Patrice "Pat" Meng, 84, of Hooker, Oklahoma passed away June 16, 2015 at Liberal Springs in Liberal, Kansas.
Pat was born January 11, 1931 in Hutchinson, Kansas, the daughter of Bryan Ernest and Lucy Ela Thompson Shaw. The family lived in Goodwell, Oklahoma where her father managed the Big Jo Lumberyard. Several years later the lumberyard chain relocated her father to Aztec, New Mexico where Pat attended Junior High School and then to Hooker, Oklahoma where she attended High School and graduated in 1948.
Erline Laverne Wilson, 89, of Guymon, passed away Tuesday afternoon, June 16th, 2015 at her home. The daughter of Henry Justus and Ella Flora (Bartels) Costner, she was born north of Guymon on May 30, 1926.
Erline was united in marriage to Delbert Dee Wilson on September 17, 1944 in Boise City, Oklahoma. The family had lived in Guymon and Gruver, Texas before returning to Guymon in 1977. Dee preceded her in death on June 29, 1978
She was a homemaker and a past active member of the Foursquare Church.