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On Friday, September 25, Homecoming activities commenced at 6 p.m. with the crowing of Guymon High School's 2020 King and Queen: Kaeden Acevedo and Daisy Chavez. Then the Guymon Football Team took on Carl-Albert at 7 p.m.

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On Sunday, September 20, the Victory Memorial United Methodist Church Youth Group competed in a scavenger hunt to collect food donations for Loaves and Fishes, Guymon's food bank. The youth and parents collected several shopping carts full of food, as well as some monetary donations, from co…

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The Guymon Daily Herald has obtained information from the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI) in regards to the inappropriate behavior of a Guymon Public Schools employee. OSBI's Public Information Officer, Brooke Arbeitman, shared that the employee is facing multiple allegations, …

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Guymon Police Department responded Tuesday night to a shooting that occurred at Sunset Villa apartments in Guymon. It is understood that while individuals were likely injured, there have been no fatalities.  An investigation is currently underway. Further details are unclear at this time. 

In partnership with Bank of the Panhandle, Guymon Public Schools announced Laura Pickens, a third grade teacher at Academy Elementary, was selected as the September Teacher of the Month. Ms. Pickens was nominated by Melissa Watson, Principal of Academy Elementary, and recognized last night a…

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Oklahoma Panhandle State rodeo team member Beau Peterson is one of four final contestants to compete in a celebrity breakaway roping match up. If she if she is voted as the "Fan Favorite," Peterson will head off against a 19-time world champion breakaway roper for a chance to win $5,000 in t…

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On the afternoon of August 22, the Guymon Police Department was dispatched to NW 13th Street in Guymon, where a driver had struck and killed 30-year-old Carmelo Jauregui outside a residence. The driver of the vehicle was 27-year-old Cuauhtemoc Valenzuela of Guymon.

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On Thursday, September 3, Carter's Country Supercenter welcomed the Chamber of Commerce for a ribbon cutting to celebrate the store's grand opening in Guymon.

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Tuesday, September 1, the City of Guymon shared that there had been 16 new confirmed cases of COVID-19in Texas County. According to the Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), there have been 1,160 total confirmed cases, seven deaths and 1,088 recovered in Texas County. As of September 1…

On Friday, August 28, Hooker High School Principal Brian Stalder announced that a Hooker High School student had come into contact with someone who had testsed positive for COVID-19. Those who were in close contact with the infected individual were notified and required to quarantine at home…

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Due to severalemployees testing positive for COVID-19, the Texas County Courthouse will be closed to the public until further notice. If anyone needs to visit one of the offices, please call ahead and make an appointment. Additionally, there is a drop box at the south door in which to leave …

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On Friday, August 28, Texas County Sheriff Matt Boley released a letter to the citizens of Texas County stating that public visitation and nonessential personnel, including religious groups and community volunteers, are hereby suspended in the detention center until further notice. This deci…

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Thursday, August 27 began the first-ever collaboration between Guymon High School and the Guymon Fire Department to present a firefighter training course. Twenty-one Guymon students met at the fire department at 8:15 a.m. for the first day of class. Proper COVID-19 preventative measures are …

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Dancer's Fine Wine and Line is seeking out two girls who stole a bottle of Crown Royal Peach. They were seen in a Black Mitsubishi with a the tag numbered: MZY2107.The driver's side is banged up and the vehicle has a baby-on-board sign hanging on the window. 

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On Sunday, August 23, a two-vehicle crash on U.S. Highway 54 near Texhoma resulted in the fatalities of two children. 

Five years ago, the Guymon Pioneer Days Rodeo was decorated with its highest honor when it was inducted into the ProRodeo Hall of Fame.

On Tuesday, August 4, Academy Elementary School staff and administration hosted "Popsicles in the Park" to reveal class assignments. Academy students and their parents were able to meet their teachers for the upcoming school year and received their student identification numbers to complete …

The year 2020 will forever be remembered for the Coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) Pandemic that swept the United States and the world. The Oklahoma Panhandle suffered with the disease and economic distress, and the celebration called “Pioneer Days” had been quietly postponed.

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On Saturday, August 1 at approximately 9:30 p.m., Guymon police officers were dispatched to Memorial Hospital of Texas County on a report of a 25-year-old male individual with a gunshot wound. Officers were later able to locate the crime scene area in the 300 block of S Main Street. Accordin…

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In a press release issued by the Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation yesterday, July 29, it was announced that an arrest had been made in the shooting death of a Beaver County teen. 

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Sunday afternoon, Guymon firefighters were called to a reported fire at the Seaboard Plant. The fire was reported at 12 p.m. to 911 dispatch from workers reporting a grease fire inside the large rendering room area. Upon firefighters' arrival, “they found heavy smoke coming from the back por…

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Helping Hands for Heritage is hosting their “Fundraiser for the Neighbors.” The fundraiser is a drawing to win a Crosley 5ft. chest freezer filled with meat. Amy Kane, a member of Helping Hands, said “[Helping Hands for Heritage] was started last year by concerned family members that had the…

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At approximately 8:45 a.m on Thursday, July 23, A train hit a U.S. Foods truck alongside U.S. Highway 54 outside the Mr. Burger Restaurant in Hooker.

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On Monday, July 20, the Texas County Board of Commissioners lifted the county burn ban. The County Commissioners stated that there is no longer fire danger in Texas County. 

On Monday (July 20), the Texas County Board of Commissioners proclaimed that extreme fire danger no longer exists in Texas County.

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As the rest of the US sees spikes in COVID-19 cases, the situation in Texas county has slowed down exceptionally. With 1,007 total cases, 993 recoveries, and 6 deaths, Texas County is sitting at 8 active cases.

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