On Tuesday, the Guymon Central Junior High held its annual Thanksgiving dinner. Each class was asked to decorate a table with a theme.
Tables were judged.
More than 500 students, teachers and special guests attended the dinner, which took place in the Tiger gym.
Before dinner was served, Brayden Lehew and Annie Aubrey said a prayer reminding us to be thankful.
Blanca Miralda was one of the many students who enjoyed the dinner.
â€śThe food was good and I enjoyed it with my friends,â€ť she said.
Although going away for the holidayâ€™s may be on the agenda of many Guymon residents, returning home to find their home burglarized, definitely is not. The Guymon Police Department (GPD) strives to stay a step ahead of criminals and in an attempt to prevent scenarios such as this from happening, has implemented a â€śHouse Watchâ€ť program.
A one-vehicle rollover early Monday morning claimed the life of a 24 year-old Kansas man.
The accident took place at 5:34 Monday morning on a county road 16 miles north and five miles west of Guymon when a 1993 Dodge pickup driven by Jason Lee Marshall, 24, of Great Bend, was northbound. The vehicle went off the roadway on the left and hit an embankment, went airborne and rolled two times, coming to rest on its wheels.
The driver was ejected from the vehicle. He was taken to Memorial Hospital of Texas County in Guymon, where he was pronounced dead.