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Wilmer J. Perry

February 25, 2011

Wilmer Jess Perry, age 94, died Friday, February 25, 2011 at Pioneer Manor in Hugoton, Kansas. He was born November 26, 1916 in Stevens County, Kansas, the son of Jesse Norton and Birtha Ann (Gore) Perry.

Ernest Clifford Betterton

February 25, 2011

Ernest Clifford Betterton, 78, of Guymon; passed away Friday morning, February 25, 2011 at the Grove Nursing Center in Grove, Oklahoma.
 
The son of Ernest C. and Ruth (Knight) Betterton, he was born on October 7, 1932 in Wewoka, Oklahoma.
 
Ernest and Jeanette Griffis were united in marriage on March 31, 1957 in Las Vegas, Nevada.  They moved to Guymon from Belle Fourche, South Dakota in 1967.
 

Get your tickets to the gun show

February 25, 2011

The Friends of the NRA will be hosting their 18th Annual Banquet on March 5, 2011, at the Texas County Activity Center.
The event is one of 24 held throughout Oklahoma each year, to raise money for the NRA Foundation and various shoot sporting scholarships in Oklahoma.
Proceeds from these statewide fundraisers are divided with half going to the NRA Foundation and the other half going for the various scholarships. The Guymon event normally raises around $25,000.

Heartbroken family fights for stronger DUI laws

February 25, 2011

Keith and Dixie Swezey, an Edmond, Okla., couple, shared their heartbreaking story Wednesday afternoon, of their daughter Erin, who was killed by a drunk driver. The couple hopes their story will help to elect stronger DUI laws.
"This is not an easy process for us, but we're willing to share our story for Erin in the hopes of passing legislation that may prevent another family from going though such a senseless tragedy," said Dixie Swezey

Guymon eliminated

February 25, 2011

The Guymon Tigers couldn’t hold Heritage Hall off any longer.
With the Tigers leading 27-14 in the second quarter, the flood gates opened for the Chargers, who rallied to win the Class 4-A, Region A Tournament consolation opener, 72-60 and end Guymon’s season Thursday in Woodward.

“In the third quarter, they caught fire and they got back in the ball game,” Guymon coach Tyler Chapman said. “Their big post kid (Quintez Struble) went off. He had 14 points in the fourth quarter.

Hooker suffers heartbreak in area tournament

February 25, 2011

Few teams were better in the clutch this season than the Hooker Bulldogs.

But on Thursday, they finally felt what it was like to be on the wrong end of a nail-biter.

The Bulldogs led with 1 minute to play before falling behind and missing a potential game-winning shot in the final seconds as Okeene held on to win 41-40 in their consolation bracket opener of Class A, Area 1 Tournament in Woodward.

“It was just the case of two really evenly matched teams,” Hooker coach Bud Valerius said. “We just didn’t make enough plays.”

GUYMON — The high school football season is down to the do-or-die portion of the 2014 season, and...
The Hooker girls and boys each won their respective regional cross country championships Saturday...
HOOKER — Dayton Metcalf threw for three touchdowns and rushed for another and the Hooker Bulldogs...

 

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