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Fate of Guymon's insurance license on hold

A former Mitchell man convicted of voting twice in the June 2013 election will keep his insurance license -- for now at least.

Craig Guymon, 55, now of Platte, owns an insurance agency and was scheduled for a hearing Feb. 28 with the state Office of Hearing Examiners. The hearing was canceled, said Larry Deiter, assistant director of the state Division of Insurance.

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"A final decision is pending from the Office of Hearing Examiners," Deiter said. "Until we get the notice or decision, I won't know for sure why the hearing was canceled."

In the meantime, Guymon retains his insurance license.

Guymon pleaded guilty to voting twice in an election -- a felony -- in July. He was sentenced in September to 30 days in jail. He admitted to submitting an absentee ballot on June 4 and also voting at the polling place the same day.