This weekend the nation will be celebrating the freedoms that have been given to us through the sacrifice of others.
June was PTSD – Post Traumatic Stress Disorder - Awareness Month. The focus is to raise public awareness about issues related to PTSD and help to reduce the stigma associated with PTSD. The Senate designated June as the official month in 2014. While June is the official month to help raise a…
A Farmer’s Market in Guymon opens on Sat., July 3, starting at 8 am in the morning and going until the vendors sell out. The vendors set up on Main Street and Fourth Street south, in front of the Texas County Courthouse.
Dalesha Johnson is a 16-year-old runaway female. She will be approximately 5'06" - 5'08" and weighing approximately 160-180lbs.
Ryan Jarrett won his third Guymon Pioneer Days title this weekend. Jarrett won the all around championship, taking home $9,518. Most of his winnings came from tie-down roping, where he finished second in the aggregate.
The Guymon Fire Department responded to a fire at Caktus Jack's Steakhouse, 2101 N US Highway 64, at 7:30 Saturday morning. According to Fire Chief, Grant Wadley, upon arrival, they discovered smoke rising from the back of the building. Wadley stated that, after gaining entry, firefighters f…
Kristy Patterson is congratulated by Guymon Public Schools Superintendent, Angela Rhoades (left) for being selected as the Guymon Independent School District's Teacher of the Year at a ceremony held Wednesday, April 14th, 2021.
Guymon Fire Department, as well as other departments in the county, are currently working to contain a fire that broke out northwest of Guymon on Thursday afternoon.
Personal injury collision occurred 2/19/21 at approximately 1315 hours on US 56 and mile 3, approximately 4 of miles west of Elkhart, KS in Texas County, OK.
The Guymon High School swim team competed last weekend at the Oklahoma West Regional Swim Meet. Guymon's swimmers performed well with eleven GHs swim team members qualifying for the state swim meet.
Dolan Sledge won the vote on Tuesday, February 9th, for Texas County Commissioner - District 2. Sledge was previously the foreman for the late Richard Bryan.
Recently, Seaboard Foods donated $50,000 to Guymon Public Schools to be used for a new digital sports scoreboard, which will be student-operated to provide hands-on experience in digital media.
On Saturday, a collision involving three Guymon residents occurred approximately one mile east of Guymon according to a report from the Oklahoma Highway Patrol.
The Guymon Junior High Lady Tigers battled against the Junior High Lady Rangers. The A and B teams for the seventh and eighth grades faced the Lady Rangers in an eventful evening of games last night
On Tuesday, Jan. 5, local physician Dr. Manny Barias received 21 oxygen concentrators to help treat COVID-19 patients in the area from their homes, as the Memorial Hospital of Texas County's COVID-19 unit is once again closed.
Local health departments in Oklahoma, including the Texas County Health Department, are making COVID-19 vaccination a top priority to protect community health. Below is a list of upcoming local vaccination events:
The Texas County Sheriff's office is seeking assistance in locating MACY JOYE PRITCHARD. Pritchard, 22, has an active arrest warrant on charges of Application to Accelerate Deferred Sentence – Computer Fraud / Unlawful Use of Computer.
The first doses of the COVID-19 vaccine at Memorial Hospital of Texas County in Guymon, Oklahoma were administered Thursday, Dec. 17, 2020.
This afternoon, Senator James Lankford announced via Facebook that Oklahoma has received its first shipment of the COVID-19 vaccine. The Facebook post stated,
OKLAHOMA CITY – Walmart has announced an additional $700 million in cash bonuses to its U.S.-based associates, bringing its total 2020 quarterly and special cash bonuses for its U.S.-based associates to more than $2.8 billion.
Kathy Holmes has been named Main Street Guymon's Vital Volunteer for the month of November. Main Street Guymon thanks her for all the work she does for the community.
Judge Clark Jett and Becky Jett made a donation of fruit for the Texas County Health Department Staff. "We are always grateful for healthy snacks to get us through the day. We always appreciate the support and kindness," the health department said in a Facebook post.
Guymon Rotarians delivered dictionaries to 3rd graders in Guymon today, Dec. 9. They will continue delivering until every 3rd grader in public schools in Texas County has a dictionary. Literacy is one of the programs that the Guymon Rotary Club supports.
Due to the increase in positive cases in Guymon and the surrounding area, the City of Guymon is now requiring each individual who enters into a city-owned facility to check their temperature. If their temperature is above 100.4 degrees Fahrenheit, they will not be allowed in the facility wit…
Coughing is a major symptom of COVID-19, according to Dr. Manny Barias of Guymon. It can worsen between 4-12 days after symptom onset and could be dry or with phlegm that’s difficult to clear. Here are some things Dr. Barias has suggested to manage this symptom:
On Monday, Nov. 23, the Texas County Board of Commissioners declared an extreme fire danger in Texas County and instated a burn ban to last no longer than 14 days. The ban may be lifted at any time during the 14-day period, and subsequent resolutions may be passed after the 14-day period.
The Boards of Education for Texas County schools (Guymon, Goodwell, Texhoma, Yarbrough and Optima) have announce that statutorily qualified individual interested in running as a candidate for any school board seat may file to run as a candidate at the Texas County Election Board between the …
Hooker resident Mignon Lambley has decided to pursue her long-time idea of opening a nightly guest-house rental service in Hooker. The Arrow Bar Ranch Guest House, located just outside the town of Hooker, is now open for reservations.
On Wednesday evening, Nov. 11, Mario Martinez took on a challenge at Pub on the Bricks to eat 100 wings in one hour. Though he fell short, he finished an impressive 75 bone-in wings before time was up.
Texas County Emergency Management received a new anolyte generator on Wednesday, Nov. 11. Anolyte is a disinfectant that is effective against various viruses and bacteria, including COVID-19, and it is now available and free to the public.
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