building torn down
???

United States

#1 Jul 22, 2012
Why was Kathy's barber shop torn down? Is something going up there?
Wow

United States

#2 Jul 22, 2012
I heard cause she lost almost everything sold that but idk if they will rebuild something but pretty sad if u ask me :(
xxx

United States

#3 Jul 24, 2012
All that land was sold .Iheard it was for taxes and a oilfield company bought and is making its office there .she moved the snow cone stand and another building up to 7th street
Its me

United States

#4 Jul 25, 2012
When you don't pay your taxes for years then you deserve what she got. She is not above the law. I heard Jared blevins bought it but I have no clue if that's really true. I hope whoever bought it opens the skating rink back up for the kids sake. They need something to do in this town, other than bowling. I would gladly work up there as a second job just to have something safe for the them to do.
???

Weatherford, OK

#5 Jul 25, 2012
I hope someone opens up the skating rink also.
Tanner

Elk City, OK

#6 Jul 27, 2012
Wish someone that had the time and money would open it up again as a skating rink, kids in this town do need it. I also heard it would be offices.

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