Archive - Jan 11, 2012
1:38 a.m. â€” Suspicious person 1000 NE Highway 54. Gone on arrival.
1:49 a.m. â€” Traffic stop 700 South Main. Warning disobeying stop sign.
2:02 a.m. â€” Traffic stop Highway 54 and Hurliman Road. Warning speed.
8:13 a.m. â€” Traffic stop 1200 North May. Citation for speed, citation for expired drivers license.
8:46 a.m. â€” Ambulance run 3200 NE Highway 54.
10:48 a.m. â€” Attempt to contact 300 SW Highway 54. Contact was made.
11:53 a.m. â€” Burglary 800 SE Sixth Street. Loss $1,000. Case No. 2012-0048.
12:56 p.m. â€” Traffic stop 600 North Main. Warning speed.
Thang Kap Dal Siingh, 62, of Guymon; passed away Tuesday afternoon Jan. 10, 2012 at his home.
The son of Kaiza Khen and Vung Za Cing, he was born on April 15, 1949 in Kalemyo, Burma.
Graveside services will be Saturday, Jan. 14 at 2 p.m. at the Elmhurst Cemetery in Guymon with Lian Pau officiating. Services are under the care of the Bunch â€“ Roberts Funeral Home of Guymon.
Friends can sign the online guest book and leave condolences at www.bunchroberts.com.
The Hooker Lady Bulldogs were much like a locomotive Tuesday night at Rolla. It took them a few minutes to get to full speed, but once they got going, they were tough to stop, winning 52-17.
We got off to a really slow start, but finally caught fire and it snowballed on them," Lady Bulldogs Coach Ray Kennedy said. "They played hard. It's good to have one of those games where you can get everyone in every once in a while."
ROLLA, Kan. â€” The Hooker Bulldogs showed they had no problems bouncing back from a long tournament weekend, as they traveled to Rolla and picked up a 76-37 win over the Pirates.
"I was pretty pleased," Hooker head coach Bud Valerius said. "Usually the first game after a tournament is one of the hardest to get ready to play, because you expend so much energy and don't have much time to prepare for the next one. I was very pleased with our effort. We talked about some things we didn't do well in the tournament, and we got those corrected."
CLAYTON, N.M. â€” The Guymon junior varsity basketball teams rolled to victory Tuesday night in Clayton. The Tiger boys downed Clayton 68-12 and the Lady Tigers handled the Jackettes 49-28.
The boys dominated from the beginning, jumping to a 20-0 lead after the first quarter, extending that advantage to 44-7 at halftime.
Jassen Maldonado 14 led Guymon with 14 points, Corey NuĂ±ez added 11, Colby Martin 10, Marco Carrasco 8, Mernon Valenzuela 6, Brody Nolan 5, Joey Carrasco 4, Carson Kane and Kerrick Ray 3 each, Griffin Novak and Gus Rios 2 each.
CLAYTON, N.M. â€” The Guymon Lady Tigers once again found themselves on the short end of the stick in a close game. The Lady Tigers (3-10) slowed their style to take the Clayton Lady Jackettes out of thereâ€™s, but in the end, Clayton executed when it needed to and downed Guymon 39-34 on Tuesday night.
Plans are nearly complete for this yearâ€™s Guymon Athletic Booster Club silent auction fundraising opportunity, which is scheduled for Sat., Jan. 14.
According to member of the group, Crystal Landes, the event is generally held every year and helps funds need of the various athletic groups throughout the year.
â€śThis is one of the booster clubs bigger fundraisers,â€ť Landes said. â€śWe use the money to help out with sporting events and when the coaches need things, they come to us.â€ť
Several students and faculty from Guymonâ€™s North Park Elementary School gathered at the schoolâ€™s flagpole, early Tuesday morning, to show their respects to America, the U.S. Armed forces and local heroes serving with a special flag raising ceremony.
The event was a result of the relentless patriotism of Mrs. Kathryn Duffyâ€™s 6th grade, homeroom class, who Mrs. Duffy refers to as, â€śthe best class in the world.â€ť
Daryl Lee Black, 60, of Perryton, Texas; passed away Friday, Dec. 23, 2011 in Lubbock, Texas following a brief illness.Â He is remembered as a kind caring friend and companion.
The son of Charles and Orvetta Black, he was born on Aug. 7, 1951 in Russell, Kan.Â Daryl lived his early years in Chase, Kan. and Plainville, Kan. where his father worked for Sohio Petroleum Company.