The Daily Press Guymon Daily Herald | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2015-07-02T13:00:11-04:00 on the Fourth2015-07-02T13:00:11-04:002015-07-02T13:00:11-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldThe Texhoma Chamber of Commerce will be hosting all-day events, starting with a 5K run, mile walk and bike race beginning at the Rotary Park in Texhoma. A free swim will be hosted at the Texhoma pool from 4-6 p.m. Games and activities for the whole family will be offered during the evening. At 6 p.m., fire truck rides will be offered. 7 p.m. will see the Build a Better Burger contest, and a hot dog feed sponsored by Texhoma Wheat Growers will take place at 7:30 p.m. Fireworks will be set off at dusk.Guymon, OKNo author availableFireworks on the FourthGuymon Daily Wheat Penny and Operation High Explosive net 14 arrests across 3 states2015-06-26T13:34:16-04:002015-06-26T13:34:16-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldTo read all about it, pick up today's Guymon Daily Herald. Guymon, OKNo author availableOperation Wheat Penny and Operation High Explosive net 14 arrests across 3 statesGuymon Daily bills reported in Guymon2015-06-25T21:03:38-04:002015-06-25T17:48:34-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldContact with the Guymon Police Department indicated while reports have been made, there are no suspects identified at this time. Lieutenant Jason Bond referred to reports from the Liberal, Kansas police department. Bills identified in Liberal have matching serial numbers. 12 bills with the serial number JG76586628C have been seized.There are several ways to identify counterfeit notes. Legitimate currency has a different feel compared to fake bills, due to the material used for printing. The portrait at the center of the face of a bill should appear almost lifelike and stand out, where a fake will look flat, and the border of a real bill will be clear and distinguishable, where a counterfeit will be blurred and indistinct.Financial institutions offer tools to assist in identifying fake bills. Many banks have special markers available to customers. These markers allow clerks to make a quick, small mark on a bill. If a note is legitimately issued currency, no change will happen on the face of the note. However, a counterfeit will allow the ink from the marker to make a colored mark. Markers have an iodine-based ink that reacts with common wood pulp paper, leaving a black stain behind. Sharen Wilson noted Bank of the Panhandle offers pen lights to customers, which can help spot counterfeits by looking for security features that will be in real currency. These features are not available in counterfeits. The additional security features include small blue and red fibers embedded into the material of real money, as well as a portrait watermark on the righthand side of a bill. True currency also has a thin security strip embedded into it to the right of the central portrait.Anyone who suspects counterfeit money is being used for any form of purchase are encouraged to contact local authorities immediately. If you suspect counterfeit money, contact the Guymon Police Department at (580)338-6525.Guymon, OKApril CobleCounterfeit bills reported in GuymonGuymon Daily Guymon men charged on multiple felony, misdemeanor counts2015-06-23T16:30:09-04:002015-06-23T16:30:09-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily Herald Lex Gordon, 56 of Guymon and Nathan Gordon, 19 of Guymon were booked at the Texas County Jail on multiple alleged charges of possession, intent to distribute and other charges. Both men are currently out on $50,000 bonds.Guymon, OKNo author availableUPDATE: Guymon men charged on multiple felony, misdemeanor countsGuymon Daily prayer vigil for Charleston, SC church shooting2015-06-18T16:26:36-04:002015-06-18T16:26:36-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableCongressional prayer vigil for Charleston, SC church shootingGuymon Daily bath house ribbon cutting tomorrow (Friday, June 19)2015-06-18T12:23:08-04:002015-06-18T12:23:08-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableNew bath house ribbon cutting tomorrow (Friday, June 19)Guymon Daily warns against new wave of email phishing scam2015-06-18T12:13:33-04:002015-06-18T12:13:33-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily Herald<br>The email states:<br>"Please, be informed that due to congestion on our webmail server, all unverified accounts will be closed within the next 48 house to decongest the server."<br>The email goes on to tell users to email information including name and password to avoid deactivation.<br>"If you receive an email with the subject 'Webmail Account Closure Alert' from PTCI, please do not open or reply," Marketing Manager Connie Hawkins wrote. "PTCI would never send an email to confirm a customer's account or password."<br>Guymon, OKNo author availablePTCI warns against new wave of email phishing scamGuymon Daily arrested on firearms, drug charges2015-06-16T14:10:17-04:002015-06-16T14:10:17-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily Herald According to the Texas County Sheriff’s Department, Lex Stanley Gordon, 56, and 19-year-old Nathan Kyle Gordon were arrested on Saturday on charges of possession of a controlled substance, intent to distribute, distribution, possession of a controlled substance within 1,000 feet of a school or park, and maintenance of place to keep and/or sell a controlled substance. The elder of the pair was charged with carrying firearms after conviction or during probation. Lex Gordon was released on a $50,000 bond, Nathan Gordon was also released on a $50,000 bond.Guymon, OKNo author availableTwo arrested on firearms, drug chargesGuymon Daily bares sole for charity2015-06-10T18:50:07-04:002015-06-10T18:50:07-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableMan bares sole for charityGuymon Daily LINE WINDS DESTROY HOME NORTHWEST OF GUYMON, MORE STORMS EXPECTED2015-06-07T22:24:34-04:002015-06-07T22:24:34-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldEM Public InformationStraight line winds completely destroyed a home during a storm Sunday afternoon. Emergency Management Director Harold Tyson said four people were in the home when it was rolled. "We had some strong straight line winds cause damage to a mobile home in the south part of Black Burns Acres northwest of Guymon," Tyson said. "This family's home was completely destroyed and one person suffered minor injuries." There were two adults and two minors in the home at the time. Black Burn Acres is located near Mile 26 and US Highway 64. A severe thunderstorm watch remains effect until 9 p.m. for Texas, Cimarron, and Beaver Counties. Hail, locally heavy rain that could lead to flash flooding, and wind gusts up to 70 MPH are possible. "The family has a place to stay tonight, and the American Red Cross has been notified," Tyson said. "We have more storms coming in from the West. The National Weather Service is not predicting severe events, but we need to stay aware." For more information contact Texas County Emergency Management Director Harold Tyson at 580-338-0911.Guymon, OKNo author availableSTRAIGHT LINE WINDS DESTROY HOME NORTHWEST OF GUYMON, MORE STORMS EXPECTEDGuymon Daily