Archive - Jan 8, 2012
Denise Keylon has spent her life in service to the community. Even after losing her son in a car wreck two years ago, Keylon used that tragedy to help the community in her late son Kodyâ€™s name.
The Texas County community gave back to Denise on Saturday.
Keylon was struck by another vehicle while helping a motorist who had become stranded in the snow outside Texhoma on Dec. 23. She has undergone several surgeries and a partial amputation.
ENID, Okla. â€” The Guymon Lady Tigers could taste victory and the consolation championship of the Wheat Capital Tournament, Saturday at Chisholm High School in Enid.
But in the end, the Perry Lady Maroons hit the big shots when they needed to, forced overtime and eventually downed Guymon 56-49.
Guymon falls to 3-9 and Perry improves to 4-5.
David Buford Stump, 91, of Hardesty passed away Friday, Jan. 6, 2012 in Amarillo.Â
Funeral services will be Monday, Jan. 9 at 10 a.m. at the Hardesty Community Church with former pastor, Rev. Ted Barker, officiating.Â Interment will follow in Hartville Cemetery under the care of Henson-Novak Funeral Directors of Guymon.
Buford was born July 14, 1920 the 12th and youngest child of James Lewis Stump and Mary Elizabeth Fansler Stump.Â He was born in the family home southeast of Hardesty and lived his entire life in the Hardesty community.