Archive - Mar 4, 2011
Sometimes, the biggest step a team can make is gaining the belief that it can win.
That is exactly what appears to have happened for the Guymon girlsâ soccer team.
Following the programâs first winning season and first trip to the playoffs, there is a sense of invigoration surrounding the team as it hopes to build on that success this year.
The Balko Lady Bison liked their first-ever trip to the state tournament so much they decided to extend their stay.
After trailing by double digits in the first half, the eighth-ranked Lady Bison rallied to the lead in the fourth quarter and held on for a 49-45 win over No. 3 Red Oak in the opening round of the OSSAA Class B Girlsâ State Tournament on Thursday in Oklahoma City.
Balko (25-3), which advances to play Corn Bible Academy at 4:30 p.m. in todayâs semifinals, struggled to get shots to fall in the first half and headed into the locker room down 23-14.
The former manager of the Guymon Hibbett Sports has been arrested on a felony charge of embezzlement.
Natalie Dawn Marler, 40, of Guymon, was arrested by the Guymon Police Department on Feb. 24, 2011, according to the arrest warrant filed Feb. 24, 2011 with the Texas County District Court. TheÂ affidavit statesÂ Marler allegedly appropriated merchandise and cash equaling $2,283.
Dr. Sara Jane Richter is the recipient of the Oklahoma Humanities Councilâs 2011 Public Humanities Award which honors an individual scholar for outstanding public humanities programming.
A little hard work and dedication really pays off and thanks to the Texas County Coalition's Youth Shelter Service Planning Board, the evidence is shining through.
After the Texas County Coalition conducted a Community Needs Survey two years ago, the need for a youth shelter in this area was evident. They began the Youth Shelter Service Planning Board more than a year ago, which has taken the survey and made it a reality by completing the construction on the Emergency Youth Shelter and currently seeking licensing to open the much needed establishment.