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Guymon, the "Queen City" of the Oklahoma Panhandle, has long been the linchpin of Panhandle commerce, education, and entertainment. As a community of over 12,000 residents, it has seen growth--especially in the past two decades--mainly because of a rise in its immigrant population. With a median family income of $46,000, a low unemployment rate, and nearly 900 businesses, many see it as a thriving and prosperous town. Above all, Guymon knows its past and revels in its history of pioneers who settled the area in the late 1880s amid dugouts and cattle ranches and the railroad. Frontier heritage is clearly reflected in Guymon's spirit of independence, friendliness, and irrepressibility. Guymon, a town older than the state of Oklahoma, is proud of its tenacity and will continue to be the mainstay of the Panhandle for years to come.
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The Panhandle is Oklahoma's best-kept secret and possesses a unique landscape, the highest point in Oklahoma. It bears a fascinating history and tenacious residents, from Folsom Man to contemporary cowboys. The Panhandle even once tried to become ...