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Little Visibility

February 8, 2011

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KATIE MARTIRE/GDH

Motorist need to take extreme caution while traveling in these wintery conditions. Visibility is very low in Guymon and surrounding areas. Wind chills are predicted to get as low as -30 in some parts of the Oklahoma and Texas Panhandles.

What is Good for the Goose...

February 7, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

Many Guymon residents noticed this huge flock of approximately one hundred geese, who stopped for a rest at the Texas County Fair Grounds, Friday afternoon.

Arctic Winds Stir Up Trash and Debris

February 4, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

The cold arctic wind blowing for the past couple of days, not only stirs up sinus problems but trash and debris. Living in the Panhandle, we're used to wind but this has been quite a different experience.

Feels About Right

February 2, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

Dangerously cold temperatures with this winter storm were dramatic enough to close area schools and kept many indoors on Tuesday. Outside activities were discouraged as just before 9 a.m. the temperature was 0 degrees.

Service With a Smile

February 1, 2011

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KATIE MARTIRE/GDH

Mr. Burger employee Shayla Romero braved the winter winds with a smile Tuesday morning as she waited on customers at the drive-thru.

Cold Carrier

February 1, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

This dedicated Guymon Daily Herald Newspaper Carrier, eleven year old Yessi Fleming, faces the already arctic north wind chill on Monday afternoon to ensure her subscribers receive their paper.

Ag Community

January 28, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

This cow, along with the windmill in the background, sum up what our part of the World is all about, agriculture.

A Rainbow After A Fire

January 27, 2011

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KATIE MARTIRE/GDH

This caktus was still shining with it's bright colors after being charred by the fire Tuesday afternoon.

Semi Runs Red Light

January 25, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

Guymon Police Department were dispatched to the scene of a wreck at HWY 64 and Tiger Blvd. Monday afternoon. A semi-truck failed to stop at a red light, crashing into this SUV. The driver of the SUV was the only one in the vehicle and was shaken up, but appeared unhurt. The situation could have been so much worse as the point of impact was very close to the driver's door.

High Speeds Result in Rollover

January 21, 2011

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MIRANDA FLEMING/GDH

Guymon Police Department and EMS were dispatched to a rollover behind the rodeo grounds, in front of the Game Reserve, Thursday afternoon. A teenage driver and passenger were driving at a high rate of speed and lost control of the vehicle after impacting a high point on the side of the dirt road. The driver was transported to the ER by ambulance with unknown injuries, while the passenger was transported to the ER by his mother with unknown injuries as well. A citation for reckless driving was issued to the driver.

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