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November 20th, 2014

BREAKING NEWS UPDATE: Both injured gentlemen have been transferred to Lubbock

November 20, 2014

An explosion occurred Thursday afternoon at DCP Straight Compressor station located at mile 32N and County Rd. 7. Both injured were transferred to Lubbock. The road passing the station will be closed for the remainder of the evening. Updates will follow as information becomes available.

Breaking News: Explosion at DCP Straight Compressor Station

November 20, 2014

An explosion occurred Thursday afternoon at DCP Straight Compressor station located at mile 32N and County Rd. 7. Two believed to be injured. The road passing the station will be closed for the remainder of the evening. Updates will follow as information becomes available.

Guymon 8th graders continue play at Hooker Tournament Thursday

November 20, 2014

Courtney Fox dribble drives around a Hooker defender in 8th grade basketball action last week. The Lady Tiger 8th graders play Thursday at the Hooker Tournament.

Goodwell Police Department shares basic self-defense at OPSU

November 20, 2014

Goodwell Police Department Chief Andrew Ramirez presented statistics, advice and basic self-defense techniques for women to prevent sexual assault Monday at the Oklahoma Panhandle State University ballroom, located inside the campus student union.

The class offered periodically is based on the S.P.E.A.R. System, or Spontaneous Protection Enabling Accelerated Response. This system uses natural flinches and reactions to fear or violence and hones them into effective tactical choices against attackers.

Learn more in today's edition of the GDH!

November 19th

Guymon Farmer’s Market boasts seven successful years

November 19, 2014

For the past seven years, local growers and producers have gathered on the sidewalk in front of the Texas County courthouse to share the fruits of their collective labors with the community. The location affords shoppers plenty of parking and sellers excellent visibility.
Read more in today's edition of the GDH!

Clarification to City of Guymon Utility Changes

November 19, 2014

On Nov. 13, the Guymon City Council approved Resolution No. 14-10 to encourage citizens to pay their bills, as well as ease the cost the City has to absorb as a result of unpaid bills. This resolution increases some deposits and fees Guymon residents pay for their utilities (water, gas, sewer and garbage services).

SUDIE FAE STAMBAUGH

November 19, 2014

Sudie Fae Stambaugh, 96, passed away Monday morning, November 17, 2014 at her home here in Guymon.
The son of Rene Ruth (Miller) and Martin S. Green, she was born May 15, 1918 in Negra, New Mexico. Sudie Fae was raised in Enid, Oklahoma. She graduated from Northwestern State Teachers College in Alva, Oklahoma. She was united in marriage to Noah Bernard Stambaugh in July, 1935 in Oxford, Kansas. The Stambaughs lived in Alva and Cherokee, before moving to Woodward in 1971.

HELEN RUTH BARNETT

November 19, 2014

Helen Ruth (Imel) Barnett, 91, went home to meet Jesus on November 10, 2014, at Tulsa Oklahoma.

The daughter of Lester and Lee (Lawrence) Imel, she was born on August 18, 1923 near Forgan, Oklahoma. She graduated as valedictorian of her 1941 class from Forgan High School.

Helen was married to Harold Barnett on October 14, 1941. He preceded her in death on August 17, 1982. They made their home in Guymon for many years, where she worked for Adams Hardfacing Company and they owned Pierce-Barnett Dodge and New Holland dealerships.

GERTRUDE MARSHALL

November 19, 2014

Gertrude “Trudy” Rose (Carroll) Marshall, 89, of Guymon passed away Saturday morning, November 15, 2014 at the Memorial Hospital of Texas County.

The daughter of Theodore O. and Edna E. (Kennedy) Carroll, she was born December 15, 1924 in Larned, Kansas. She lived in the Great Bend and Larned, Kansas area until moving to Goodland, Kansas in 1959.

November 18th

Guymon is getting into the Christmas Parade spirit

November 18, 2014

The Guymon parade planning committee met on Monday to discuss further needs for the upcoming Dec. 13 Christmas parade, “A Cowboy Christmas.”
The Guymon Chamber of Commerce is currently seeking entertainers to participate during the parade. Carolers, singers, musicians, and dance/cheer groups are being sought for the evening’s festivities.
Learn more about parade plans in Tuesday's Guymon Daily Herald.

 

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