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Second Annual Friends of Pink Heals Poker Run slated for Saturday

September 16, 2014

There are many organizations in the area that give back to the community in many ways, and Pink Heals is one of those organizations.
Friends and supporters of Pink Heals have come together for the second year to organize a benefit poker run with all proceeds going to Pink Heals to be distributed back to the community for those in need of support for health reasons.
Ride, drive or walk; wind, rain or shine - the poker run will be happening this Saturday, starting in Guymon.
Find out all the details in Tuesday's edition of the Guymon Daily Herald!

GHS STUCO’s Carnival for a Cure raises $1,440

September 15, 2014

After a last minute change of venue and cool weekend weather, the Guymon High School Student Council’s fundraising benefit event, Carnival for a Cure, turned out to be a great success.
The weather was just right and the location change to the east side of the high school in the half circle turned out to be a great place for the event to take place, those in charge said.
Find out more about Saturday's Carnival For a Cure in Monday's edition of the GDH!

2014’s Chamber Banquet is a... Masquerade

September 15, 2014

Get out your masks, try to find a costume. The Chamber Banquet is a masquerade this year.
The Guymon Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and Special Events Committee are pleased to announce the date of the Annual Banquet is Tuesday, Oct. 21 at Pickle Creek. The theme is “Masquerade.”
Don't miss this year's Chamber Banquet – find out more about ticket sales in Monday's edition of the GDH!

VIDEO: Cowboys bounce back with dominant win over Titans

September 15, 2014

Guymon Fiesta this Sunday, September 21

September 15, 2014

Guymon Fiesta
Join the fun this Sunday! 5th and Main Downtown Guymon. 2pm-8pm

Obamas, Americans Remember Victims of 9/11 Attacks

September 11, 2014

Authorities charge man of killing 4-year-old boy

September 3, 2014

The district attorney in Beaver County, Okla., is pursuing charges against a Turpin, Okla., couple suspected of killing their 4-year-old child.

On Aug. 27, county attorney Mike Boring said an officer with the Liberal Police Department notified the Beaver County Sheriff’s office that a child was dead in the emergency room at Southwest Medical Center in Liberal.

Boring said the sheriff’s office then requested assistance from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation.

VIDEO: Big 12 ALS Ice Bucket Challenge Montage

August 28, 2014

District 61: Passing on the torch

August 28, 2014

Blackwell on new representative, last 12 years of service to District 61

Big changes are underway in House District 61 as the Panhandle says goodbye to Gus Blackwell after 12 years serving as Representative and newly elected Casey Murdock takes over.
Blackwell chimes in on his experience and the job Murdock faces.
See Thursday's edition of the GDH.

Burwell family experiences mourning, joy with birth of twins

August 28, 2014

Thad Harley Burwell and Theresa Evangelina Burwell experienced tragic loss, but are still holding on to joyful hope with the birth of their twin girls on August 21 when Theresa was just 25 weeks and five days into the pregnancy.

According to the babies’ grandmother, Leanna Medina who works at Lumber Mart in Guymon, the twins had developed Twin to Twin Transfusion Syndrome, which is a rare condition occurring in identical twins while they are in the womb. It can result in various outcomes, and in this case, resulted in the death of one of the babies, named Heaven.

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