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Sheriff, police receive new rifles

January 6, 2012

After 19 months of waiting, the Guymon Police Department and Texas County Sheriff’s Department are pleased to have received a shipment of army surplus rifles, which will better prepare law enforcement an additional tool to serve and protect, if the situation should arise.

Guymon kids circling the state with song

January 6, 2012

Several Guymon North Park and Jr. High school students will gathering in Turpin with students from other areas in the state, Saturday morning, to participate in the Circle the State With Song (CTSWS) Honor Choir.
According to Guymon School Choir Director Becky Jett, the Oklahoma Music Educators Association sponsors the statewide program.

Stark, Hyer this week’s Spotlight Seniors

January 6, 2012

Austin Stark is 17 years old, and was born in Perryton. He has lived in Guymon for about 3 and a half years. His favorite experience in High School was when he got the chance to go bungee jumping, but he has many to choose from. In school he enjoys art above everything else.
“It is the only class you can truly express yourself in. You can always be you,” he said.

The Hooker Bulldogs advanced to the Class 2A Area playoffs Tuesday afternoon with a 69-57 win over...
Heavy snow across most of Oklahoma Friday forced the basketball regional and area playoffs to be...
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