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Two men injured in Sunday Morning unrelated accidents

October 20, 2014

Two injury accidents occurred early Sunday morning, both were investigated by the Oklahoma Highway Patrol. The accidents occurred approximately four hours apart. Both parties were initially taken to Memorial Hospital to Texas County for treatment.
Read more in today's edition of the GDH.

VIDEO: Bob Stoops postgame news conference after loss to Kansas St.

October 20, 2014

VIDEO: Ebola - Everything You Need to Know in 94 Seconds

October 17, 2014

TXCO Girl Scouts to host Jamboree on the Air

October 17, 2014

Few events are as unique as the kind that let kids make friends with their peers - from hundreds of miles away.
Organized by Perryton local Jim Lear with the Golden Spread scouting council, Jamboree-on-the-Air is an opportunity for girl and boy scouts of all ages to gather together.
The event moves to different locations throughout the Texas and Oklahoma panhandles. This year, it will he hosted at the Texas County girl scouts building, located at Fifth and Sunset.
Learn more in the Friday edition of the GDH!

TXCO Jr. Livestock Show makes two changes to rule book

October 13, 2014

It is time for local youth to get in gear for the Texas County Junior Livestock Show. However, Chairman of the Texas County Stock Show Board, Edward Mueller said there are some changes to this year’s rule book, and we wants to make sure all interested and active participants are aware of the changes.

Guymon resident, Jody Griffing, awaits double lung transplant

October 13, 2014

Meet Jody Griffing, a Guymon woman waiting for a double lung transplant. Learn what keeps Jody's attitude positive when things seem difficult in Monday's edition of the GDH.

Michele Cornelius is this Week’s Familiar Face

October 13, 2014

Meet Michele Cornelius, owner of Top Dawg Grooming in Monday's edition of the GDH!

VIDEO: Red River Revenge For Oklahoma's Julian Wilson

October 10, 2014

City Manager says drinking water is safe

October 10, 2014

An announcement Wednesday evening regarding E.coli in the city water supply left many cautious. However, Thursday, City Manager Kim Meek gave to water the all-clear.
“We had a positive E-coli test in a raw water sample earlier this week,” Meek said. “We just wanted everyone to know that that water is treated, or disinfected, before it is actually served to the customers.There was no interuption in treatment leading up to this event or after.”
She added the City of Guymon goes through several different steps to be sure to “kill or disinfect any E.coli that might be present.”

City of Guymon’s water well tested positive for E. coli

October 9, 2014

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