The Daily Press Guymon Daily Herald | AP iAtom feed Copyright The Daily Press 2014-08-14T11:54:20-04:00 patched up at Salyer due to accident2014-08-14T11:54:20-04:002014-08-14T11:54:20-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableFence patched up at Salyer due to accidentGuymon Daily honors Shutterbug Arlene Winfrey2014-08-14T11:48:28-04:002014-08-14T11:48:28-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldWinfrey is a part of the Main Street Shutterbugs that take photo adventures as a group, have classes and discussions to help improve their photography skills.Guymon, OKNo author availableOklaVision honors Shutterbug Arlene WinfreyGuymon Daily Tributes pour in for Robin Williams as celebrities, fans mourn2014-08-12T17:15:18-04:002014-08-12T17:15:18-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily Herald<script type="text/javascript"async src="" id="_nw2e-js"></script>Guymon, OKNo author availableVIDEO: Tributes pour in for Robin Williams as celebrities, fans mournGuymon Daily honored as 2014 Global Relay For Life Hero of Hope2014-08-12T11:27:35-04:002014-08-12T11:27:35-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableBlankenship honored as 2014 Global Relay For Life Hero of HopeGuymon Daily approves snack bar at library, other items2014-08-05T10:18:24-04:002014-08-05T10:18:24-04:00Copyright 2014 Guymon Daily HeraldCouncilman Sergio Alvidrez spoke during the Public Comments portion of the agenda to commend TCEC for the new lights that are brightening the view on Main Street. He said many citizens have told him how much they are enjoying the view of the lights and how well they look on Main Street. Guymon, OKTrudy HartCity approves snack bar at library, other itemsGuymon Daily Chairman explains terms of MHTC, NWTHS approved contract2014-07-29T11:18:26-04:002014-07-29T11:18:26-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableBOC Chairman explains terms of MHTC, NWTHS approved contractGuymon Daily father asks a community to join he prays for his daughter2014-07-26T19:06:52-04:002014-07-26T19:06:52-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldSahryn Gilbert was born with a heart defect that affected her mitral valve. Before she reached the tender age of two, Sahryn underwent her first surgery to fix her mitral valve. Several years ago, in Tennessee, Sahryn received a mechanical mitral valve, as well as a pacemaker – via open heart surgury No. 2.On Monday, this sweet little girl will once again face the operating table. Her aortic valve has failed to do the job it’s designed for, so skilled hands will once again gather around this brave little girl to correct the problem. Her family would like to ask old and new friends alike to stand in prayer with them for Sahryn’s safety and recovery.“I would like to ask everyone to pray for Sahryn,” Sahryn’s father Michael Gilbert said. “Monday, July 28, will be her open heart surgery to replace her aortic valve with a mechanical valve. She currently has a mechanical mitral valve and pacemaker.“This will be her third open heart surgery,” he explained. “I thank all of you for past support and future support. I am praying for peace and comfort for all of us and a smooth operation with speedy recovery. May God be with Dr Knott-Craig and his staff, as he performs the surgery.”While Sahryn is recovering, her family requests family, friends and strangers alike show their love with a card shower. Cards to brighten Sahryn’s day can be sent to PO Box 31555, Edmond, OK 73003. “For years, she would write or draw you pictures while visiting,” Sahryn’s Aunt Miranda (Gilbert) said. “Even if people can’t give to the fund, I would like them to find a moment in their day to pick up or draw her a card and mail it to her. I would love for her to know how many people thought of her that day, and actually see it.”There is an account set up at Midfirst Bank to assist Sahryn’s family with the the costs that come with special healthcare needs such as this. Call 1-888-643-3477 or go to any Midfirst Bank location to donate to account No. 8282033765.“Donations will be used to get the family to her open heart surgery in Memphis, expenses there, and any medical costs,” Miranda said. “Michael has no paid leave, so any help is greatly appreciated.”Guymon, OKJESSICA CRAWFORDA father asks a community to join he prays for his daughterGuymon Daily stabbing case now closed2014-07-25T12:52:39-04:002014-07-25T12:52:39-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldSpearman Police Department immediately began to investigate the situation, even offering a reward up to $500 for the arrest and conviction of the person responsible for the act. Yesterday, Spearman Chief of Police Lance Swan said the case is now closed. “We did an extensive investigation and spent many man hours on this case, but in the end it was shown that there was never a perpetrator,” he said.Swan said due to the victim being a minor, information including her name and other details would not be revealed. Guymon, OKTRUDY HARTSpearman stabbing case now closedGuymon Daily approves management contract with NWTHS2014-07-22T22:59:15-04:002014-07-22T22:59:15-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableMHTC approves management contract with NWTHSGuymon Daily to return to Guymon Aug. 102014-07-17T20:04:59-04:002014-07-17T20:04:59-04:00Copyright 2010 Guymon Daily HeraldGuymon, OKNo author availableAzuma to return to Guymon Aug. 10Guymon Daily