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  1. Locals salute law enforcementRead the original story

    Friday Jul 22 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Community members and pastors spent part of their Friday afternoon showing their appreciation and support to local law enforcement at Guymon High School, 2002 N. James St. Police Chaplain Gary Holdeman kicked off with a greeting and introduction. Grace Southern Baptist Church Pastor and Fire Department Chaplain Rev.

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  2. Community members organize prayer salute for local law enforcementRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 20 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The headlines are the kind that have become hard to ignore. Officers killed in the line of duty.

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  3. Junior High Softball: There will be a student athlete, parent and...Read the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Home A Junior High Softball: There will be a student athlete, parent and coaches meeting on Friday, July 22, 2016 at the Guymon Jr High Gym at 5:30 for any Jr High girl interested in playing softball.

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  4. Rules and Regulations of the Elmhurst CemeteryRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Editors note: The Guymon Daily Herald is posting the general rules and regulations of the Elmhurst Cemetery out of courtesy due to recent events. The following rules and regulations are hereby adopted by the Board of Cemetery Trustees of the City of Guymon .

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  5. GPD confirms threat at WalmartRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 19 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Guymon Police Department confirmed Tuesday morning that a threat was called in on Monday night at the Guymon Walmart Supercenter, 2600 N. U.S. Highway 64. On Monday night, Guymon residents became aware of a possible threat at the Guymon Walmart Supercenter as posts were put up on Facebook and later removed. Those posts indicated a possible shooting threat at the location.

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  6. Local law enforcement on scene at Guymon WalmartRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Local law enforcement were on scene Monday night at the Guymon Walmart for a potential threat that was believed to be called into the store. No official comment was made by GPD, as the case is under investigation.

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  7. Locals distraught at cemetery uproarRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Many people in Guymon spent their Monday at the Elmhurst Cemetery attempting to salvage personal belongings that were once placed on gravesites after cemetery employees removed them from the cemetery to follow rules and regulations. "For them to do something like this, this is ridiculous," Griego said.

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  8. Fowler, Kemp earn high point honors at WKSC championshipsRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Guymon Gators swimmers Sarah Fowler and Dylan Kemp earned high-point honors for the 2016 season this past Saturday at the WKSC championships in Hays, Kan. Fowler won every single event in which she competed this summer.

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  9. City Manager Kimberly Meek has released a statement...Read the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The City of Guymon City Manager is releasing an apology for those who had items removed from cemetery plots. She spent much of the morning at the cemetery visiting with residents and investigating the matter.

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  10. City of Guymon to Release Statement this Afternoon on Items Removed from Graves Over the WeekendRead the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Guymon Daily Herald

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  11. Items removed from cemetery has citizens upset, the Guymon...Read the original story

    Monday Jul 18 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The Guymon Daily Herald is working on a story about items that were removed from the cemetery over the weekend. Pictured are just some of the items removed.

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  12. Two women arrested for shoplifting, contrabandRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 14 | Guymon Daily Herald

    On Saturday, Latisha Trujillo and Tracey Ann Perez were arrested on allegations of larceny, possession of marijuana and introducing contraband to a penal facility. According to information from the Guymon Police Department, the two were picked up after allegedly shoplifting $544 of merchandise at the Guymon Walmart Supercenter, located on the 2400 block of U.S. Highway 64. One of the women allegedly carried a box of rolling papers, part of a burnt roach, a clip with burnt tips and a small screwdriver with a burnt tip into the Texas County jail.

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  13. Pokemon GO comes to Guymon, but be mindful of ordinancesRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 12 | Guymon Daily Herald

    It's one of the big news stories this week, whether you're excited of it, tired of it, or indifferent to the whole conversation. This past weekend, Nintendo and Niantic released Pokemon GO for iPhone and Android.

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  14. Large turnout for Presbyterian church basketball campRead the original story

    Monday Jul 11 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Guymon coach Audrey Marshall works with future basketball superstars during the First Presbyterian Church youth basketball camp on Monday morning at Guymon Junior High. The camp saw a large turnout of kids eager to learn the basics of basketball in a Christ-centered environment.

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  15. Local law enforcement release statements about the Dallas shootingRead the original story

    Friday Jul 8 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The Guymon Daily Herald contacted local law enforcement in regards to the Dallas shooting. The following is what they have to say.

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  16. City website to receive faceliftRead the original story

    Thursday Jul 7 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The City of Guymon's website will receive a redesign. Here are a few facts Community Programs and Information Manager Miranda Gilbert presented during the Guymon City Council meeting: a 54 percent of local governments offer some form of email subscription service a The use of the website has jumped to 253 percent a 39 percent of traffic to the city website came through smart phones or tablet devices with 19,500 visits a 70 percent of internet users believe local governments should use social media, compared to 21 percent of citizens overall a The most visited pages include the page for the Guymon Public Library a The current website has been in place for three years a CivicPlus is the city's website provider

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  17. Guymon community enjoys PBR eventRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The landscape of the Oklahoma Panhandle can be rugged, but so are the people that make it their home. They work hard and are proud.

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  18. Man arrested for domestic assault, drugsRead the original story

    Wednesday Jul 6 | Guymon Daily Herald

    On Tuesday, 29-year-old Fernando Tomas Toca of Guymon was arrested and booked into the Texas County Detention Center on charges of domestic assault and battery by strangulation and drug charges. Toca was treated at Memorial Hospital of Texas County following attempted negotiation and use of a taser, after he tried to hide out under a mobile home residence in the area of NE 24th Street and East Street in Guymon.

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  19. PSC hosting Back to School Clothing DriveRead the original story

    Tuesday Jul 5 | Guymon Daily Herald

    Panhandle Services for Children is partnering with Hitch Enterprises and Bank of the Panhandle to conduct a back to school clothing drive for kids receiving foster care and counseling services through PSC. If you would like to help with this endeavor, go by either Hitch Enterprises or Bank of the Panhandle between July 12 and Aug. 3rd and pick a child to sponsor from the board displayed.

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  20. Fourth of July celebrationsRead the original story

    Friday Jul 1 | Guymon Daily Herald

    The City of Guymon and Guymon Fire Department is having an aerial show at 9:45 p.m. on Independence Day. Patriotic music will be choreographed on 92.7 on the local radio dial.

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