Big things are happening in Spearman. Entrepreneurs who are capitalizing on the area’s natural resources to fuel tomorrow’s economy are driving unprecedented growth. This means new housing, new economic development programs for local businesses, and even a new look for the historic Lyric Theatre, which is embarking on a conversion from film to digital as well as a restoration of its marquee.
But let’s not get ahead of ourselves—Spearman is first and foremost a small town with a conservative yet progressive, tight-knit but hospitable community. We believe in lending a helping hand to a neighbor. We are quick to organize a school fundraiser. And our parks system combined with bountiful nearby Lake Palo Duro allow us plenty of opportunity for recreation, while our more than a dozen churches provide us with ample places for reflection.
The Chamber of Commerce and Economic Development Corporation guide Spearman in managing future prospects with current values—a delicate balance that makes it a great place to call home for both families and rural professionals. Come see for yourself: the Chamber is happy to arrange a free tour of Spearman in a Mercedes Benz limousine. For more information, call the Chamber office at (806) 659-5555 or visit 211 Main Street.
With easy access to four bordering states, there is opportunity to go far in Spearman. But with the J.B. Buchanan Vintage Windmill Collection, featuring more than 70 historic windmills dotting the skyline, you’ll never lose sight of where you came from.