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New payment methods available at the YMCA

January 6, 2011

The Texas County YMCA is making a few changes to their membership payment methods to better serve the community.
Y members now have the option to pay cash or check monthly. Before, members had only the options of paying for memberships through automatic monthly bank transfer or for those wishing to pay with cash or check by paying quarterly or yearly at a time.
"The Board has approved new a way of accepting memberships," said Rob Rixon, YMCA CEO.
"We were missing out on a lot of individuals who wanted to pay by cash every month and might not otherwise be able to participate."

Ralph E. Bryan

January 6, 2011

Ralph Eugene Bryan, 69, lifelong Guymon resident, passed away Monday evening, January 3rd, 2011 at the Memorial Hospital of Texas County.
The son of James LaRoy and Katie (Davis) Bryan, he was born on December 13, 1941 in Guymon.
Ralph attended Guymon schools, graduating with the Class of 1959. He was united in marriage to Betty Palmer on October 7, 1961 in Guymon.
Mr. Bryan worked for Tri-State Supermarket, was a parts man with Woolwines for several years, and retired with Donrey Cable in the mid 1990’s.
He was preceded in death by his parents, and two brothers, R.C. and Cyrus Bryan.

Is this the Last Step?

January 6, 2011

Next Step Board of Directors met for an emergency meeting last night to discuss the facility's very possible closure and last chance at ideas to keep it open.
Several people were present, including three members of the board, Chuck Erickson, Barbara Dow and Faye Costner, Next Step's Director Ken Burton, concerned employees Holly Mikles and Kayla McCarter, law enforcement agencies represented by Sherriff Rick Caddell and Chief of Police for the Guymon Police Department Eddie Adamson, District Attorney Mike Boring and District Court Judge Greg Zigler.

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