The Guymon City Council revisited the option of eventually moving city offices to the former City National Bank Building at 5th and Main at Thursdayâ€™s meeting.
The council took no action other than to have city manager Ted Graham look into it further.
City employees are quickly running out of space in the current offices at 219 NW 4th, and other age-related issues are becoming a problem. Council members want to compare the costs of buying the CNB building vs. renovating the current building.
The Texas County Coalition and TSET are proud to report, the Texas County Family YMCA has chosen to adopt a Tobacco Free Work Place policy.
Texas County Tobacco Coordinator, Kayla McCarter, told the Guymon Daily Herald, YMCA CEO, Rob Rixon, worked with the YMCA board to help get the tobacco free policy passed and it will go into effect on Oct. 15.
Thousands across the nation will gather for an hour Sunday afternoon, forming a Pro-Life Chain to pray and peacefully take a stand for the unborn and the sanctity of human life, which begins at the moment of conception.
Guymonâ€™s Life Chain Chairman 2011, Roz Keimig, said this will be the 18th year for Guymon to participate in the event, which will take place on Sunday from 2:30-3:30 p.m., beginning at 12th and Main St., with signs available for participants in the parking lot.