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Quilters of all talents wanted for the fair, Tractor pull is moved to an earlier start

August 3, 2015

“My first quilt, any quilt, any size, made by persons of any age may be entered if it has been made within the last two years,” said Phyllis Stephens, Superintendent of Domestic Arts at Texas County’s Fair.
“This is to encourage beginning quilters to show their projects by entering them in the fair while not having to compete with more experienced quilters,” said Stephens.

A need still exists: Oaks of Mamre needs volunteers

July 31, 2015

Note: The following story was originally published on July 1, 2015. On request of the Oaks of Mamre board, we are sharing this online. The shelter still needs volunteers to complete the work that needs to be done in order to fill a service some are still seeking while getting on their feet in Guymon. Contact information is included in the story below for those who have time and/or resources to assist.

13 individuals in Guymon have been arrested in ICE investigation

July 30, 2015

ICE arrests 30 convicted criminal aliens in Oklahoma during 4-day operation

OKLAHOMA CITY, Okla. — Thirty fugitive or convicted criminal aliens were arrested in or around Oklahoma City, or around Guymon, Oklahoma, during a four-day initiative that ended Sunday, and was conducted by local officers from U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement's (ICE) Enforcement and Removal Operations (ERO).

This enforcement action, which began July 23, is the latest effort by ICE to prioritize the arrest and removal of convicted criminal aliens.

Traffic Delays Expected Along Hwy 64 in Guymon

July 27, 2015

By Miranda Gilbert
Community Development

GUYMON, OKLA. – A resurfacing project is underway along Highway 64 within the city limits of Guymon. The Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) project will stretch from North 12th St. to North 24th Street.
In order to complete the project, one lane will be closed on each side of the highway. This will cause some traffic delays.

“We ask residents to adjust travel routes along Highway 64 between 12th and 24th to alleviate congestion caused by lane closures,” City Manager Kimberly Meek said.

Second Annual BlueDEF Velocity Tour promises world-class competition

July 21, 2015

Autograph signings, live radio broadcasts, a new bull with a new name, 28 of the top 50 top bull riders worldwide and so much more is coming up with the Second Annual PBR Kasey Hayes & Stormy Wing BlueDEF Velocity Tour Invitational, coming up this weekend on July 25!

To find out more and hear from a few of those involved in this world-class event, catch a copy of the July 22, 2015 edition of the Guymon Daily Herald!

PASW offers more than a thrift store

July 21, 2015

Did you know Panhandle Area Sheltered Workshop has more than just a thrift store on Fourth Street?

There's a recycling collection program as well, and it gives work to Guymon citizens with developmental disabilities!

Pick up a copy of the July 22, 2015 Guymon Daily Herald and find out more about this valuable program.

Advanced tickets on sale now for PBR

July 21, 2015

Kasey Hayes & Stormy Wing Invitational Blue Def Velocity Tour will be July 25 at 8 p.m. at the Henry C.Hitch Pioneer Arena. Advance tickets are on sale now and are only $12. If you wait to buy your tickets at the gate, they will be $20. Tickets are available at XIT/Hart Group (Dalhart), Carter’s Market Place, All PTCI locations, Epic Touch (Elkhart), Crazy House (Liberal), Nuestra Tierra Mart and Guymon Standard Supply.

Relay for Life TONIGHT!

July 17, 2015

Come fight cancer tonight at the Texas County activity center. Register for a chance to play one of your favorite TV game shows and win prizes. 4-H will have a concession stand, and there will be a silent auction until midnight. Be sure to attend the Luminaria ceremony at 10:00 p.m. There will also be a bake sale, music, dancing and FUN!

City crew to work extra on trash pickup

July 15, 2015

The City of Guymon has released a notice, aware that some residents did not have their regular trash pickup service on Tuesday:

Notice on Trash Removal

The City of Guymon trash truck had to be replaced. City crew will be working late the next two days to catch up. It's important that residents leave their roll outs at the curb and please do not block access to the roll out by parking too closely.


July 8, 2015

The letter shown explains a local scam in which the caller tells City of Guymon customers that if they don't pay their bill, their utilities will be shut off. The phone number contains a 918 (Tulsa) area code. Those contacted should call The City of Guymon.

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