May 19th, 2013
Guymon Chamber of Commerce Director Jada Breeden has been in contact with producers of the popular show, American Pickers and guess what?
You got it - they are making the trip to Oklahoma and specifically to Guymon.
Breeden said she has been busy working on gathering local and area folks who may have just what the two hosts, Mike Wolfe and Frank Fritz, may be looking for.
To find out more about an upcoming visit of "The Pickers" See Saturday's edition of the Herald!
Sometimes the innocence and determination from a young teen goes beyond what anyone ever expected, and that is the case for 16-year-old Spencer Redcorn.
Spencer sat down with his mother, Shea Krier, one day to figure out a good idea for a school project and after their collaboration of finding ideas, Spencer decided he wanted to have a fundraiser for eighth grade Guymon girl, Mayra Jimenez.
Read more about this remarkable young man in Saturday's edition of the Herald!
DURANT, Okla. - Alice âStellaâ Tramel Perry died May 16 in Durant, Okla.
She was born Feb. 15, 1946, in Roy, N.M., to Antonio and Pauline (Montoya) Sandoval.
She married Harvey Lee Tramel June 26, 1964. He died June 11, 2002.
She married Benny Perry March 19, 2011.
Alice loved going out to eat, shopping and loved her plants. She especially enjoyed spending time with her family and attending church. She was a member of the Rock Assembly of God in Ft. Towson, Ok.
Most high school athletes work their entire high school career before they truly get their chance to shine. However, every now and then an extremely exceptional athlete comes along and is off and running just as soon as he or she hits the doors of their local high school.
Guymon High School Sophomore Jake Test is such an athlete. As pitcher for the Guymon Tigers baseball team, Test came incredibly close to breaking the school record for strikeouts pitched.
See Saturday's Guymon Daily Herald for the full story.
Editorâs Note: This is the 18th in a series about the current status of Memorial Hospital of Texas County.
Time is not a friend for a solution in the financial status of Memorial Hospital of Texas County.
However, Texas County Commissioners and MHTC Board of Control members continue to work diligently towards the goal of saving the hospital, all the while keeping in mind that time is definitely of the essence.
Read more on this sensitive issue in Thursday's edition of the Herald!
One day, life is good. And you go about the business of taking care of your family. But then, in an instant, all of that changes and your world is turned upside down.
That has been the case for the daughter of Guymon resident Shawn Barbaree - Ashley Layton.
Read more about Ashley Layton in Thursday's edition of the Herald!
Graduation is an exciting and bittersweet time for seniors all over the country as they end one chapter of their life stories, and begin another.
Found out more on the future plans of some of the 2013 seniors in Thursday's edition of the Herald!
HARDESTY - Beau Brewer, 27, died Wednesday morning, May 1, at his home north of Hardesty.
Beau Lucas Brewer was born in Guymon, November 21, 1985, to Susan J. (Muir) Brewer and Randy E. Brewer.
He was an incredibly talented craftsman, fixing and building things from a very young age. Most may remember him riding around on his lawn mower all over town as he worked during most of his school years.
He was a gifted athlete and graduated from Hardesty High School in 2004. He worked in the oil fields and as a mechanic.
The Board of County Commissioners of Texas County met for their weekly meeting on Monday to discuss a short list of topics on the agenda.
Read more about what business was conducted by the County Commission in Wednesday's edition of the Herald!
The Heritage Community had a special birthday party for a very special resident on Friday of last week and she could not have been more excited.
One hundred years is a long time, but Lois Boston said multiple times that this 100th birthday was the best birthday she has ever had.
Lois Boston says she has had a "wonderful life" - read more about it in Wednesday's edition of the Herald!