Harmon
General County Information

County Seat: Hollis

Harmon County, part of the original disputed Greer County claimed by both Texas and the United States, was created by special election in 1909, and named for Judson C. Harmon, a governor of Ohio and later U.S. Secretary of State. Located in extreme southwestern Oklahoma, the county is known today as the "Irrigation Center of the Southwest." Hollis is the county seat. The economy of the county is based largely on farming and ranching, with two contributing industries -- Western Fibers Insulation Plant, manufacturing insulation from recycled paper, and Buck Creek "Honey" Mesquite Company, Inc., processing mesquite for use as a flavor enhancer for barbecued meats. Lake Hall provides fishing and recreational opportunities for the area.

State District Court Information
Favorability to Defendant: 2
Ratings Guide: 1=Extremely Favorable 2=Moderately Favorable 3=Neutral 4=Moderately Unfavorable 5=Extremely Unfavorable

State Court Judges:
W. Mike Warren

Comments:
Steve Holden went to law school with Judge Warren. ***[Please contact Steve Holden for further information.]

General Court Information: http://www.oscn.net/applications/oscn/start.asp?viewType=COUNTYINFO&county=HARMON
Search Court Cases: COURT RECORDS NOT AVAILABLE ON LINE

Notable Verdicts

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Employment Information

Unemployment Rate:
December 2016: 3.3%
December 2015: 3.2%
December 2014: 3.1%
December 2013: 4.5%
December 2012: 4.4%
December 2011: 5.6%
December 2010: 5.2%

Major Employers:
Agriculture has been the main component of the county economy. Cotton, wheat, and sorghum have been the principal crops. By 1930, farmers had sizable holdings of cattle, poultry, horses, mules, swine, sheep, and goats.

Demographic Information


Housing Units:

State Total: 1,711,453
County Total: 1,544

Poverty Populations:
State: 16.1%
County: 23.6%

Median Household Income:
State: $48,568
County: $31,250

Populations:
State: 3,923,561
County: 2,866