OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today signed a bill that helps protect victims from their sex offenders.
Treat, Shaw bills will keep communities safe, while slowing incarceration rates
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Senate on Tuesday approved a slate of criminal justice reform bills that will slow the state’s skyrocketing incarceration rates while still keeping communities safe.
Sen. A.J. Griffin (center) is pictured with Health and Human Services Secretary Steve Buck (right) and Interim Commissioner of Health Tom Bates (left).
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) recognized six outstanding leaders in child abuse prevention during a ceremony Tuesday at the State Capitol. Individuals and organizations were honored for their efforts, which demonstrated significant and outstanding commitment and dedication to child abuse prevention.
By: Blake Wimsey Special to Guthrie News Page Blake Wimsey operates Foundation Insurance in downtown Guthrie.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 18, 2018.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 17, 2018.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 16, 2018.
The ‘89er Carnival is just hours away from opening up for their four-day stay.
Cooler than normal temperatures did not stop several from coming out and enjoying some awesome vehicles and machinery on Sunday for the annual Touch The Trucks. With temperatures in the upper 50’s, the Guthrie High School parking lot full of construction equipment, helicopters, fire trucks and police vehicles, families were able to explore and play with […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – Lt. Gov. Todd Lamb today extended and expanded a burn ban from 16 counties to include 36 counties in western and central Oklahoma, including Logan County, due to extreme and extraordinary fire danger. Lamb, who is acting governor while Governor Mary Fallin is in Florida on an economic development-related trip, also signed […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Reps. Sean Roberts and Tess Teague filed six pieces of legislation last week aimed at maximizing classroom dollars and minimizing administrative waste. The new measures come after both lawmakers talked extensively with constituents and educators.
By John D. Doak Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Daily life and the pressure of just thinking about the future can make planning for your retirement seem daunting.
Economic recovery continues at slow, steady pace
OKLAHOMA CITY — General Revenue Fund collections in March were $405.5 million and came in at $21.4 million, or 5.6 percent, above the monthly estimate. This amount is $53.5 million, or 15.2 percent, above collections in March of 2017. Total collections over the first nine months of the fiscal year were $4.0 billion which is $141.8 million, […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Senate gave final approval to legislation last week to put the rights and protections of Oklahoma’s foster kids into state statute. House Bill 2552, authored by Sen. A.J. Griffin and Rep. Pat Ownbey, passed unanimously.
Federal grants are coming to Oklahoma to make public transit services safer, more accessible and more efficient. In early April, the Federal Transit Administration announced that three Oklahoma grants were included in the 139 projects in 52 states and U.S. territories receiving grant funding from FTA’s Buses and Bus Facilities Infrastructure Investment Program.
The Logan County Health Department is recognizing the work of its seven administrative professionals during Administrative Professionals Week, April 22-28.
Time and again I have witnessed the voters elect a new office holder based on the candidate’s platform of reform and innovation. The new office holder starts out with the best intentions, excited and ready to implement new ideas, unfortunately only to devolve into a self-centered career politician whose primary motivation becomes the extension of […]
Unfortunately, animal abandonment is a huge problem in Logan County. Thanks to Friends of Guthrie Animals (FOGAS), Guthrie has an active group of pet rescuers to help with this problem. This week Dr. Anna Coffin wants to tell you about this amazing group and how you can help with animal abandonment.
As a teacher in the state of Oklahoma, Angela Moffitt-Jones says she has the first hand insight to the decline of education in the state.
Guthrie Public Schools recognized their latest support and certified employees of the month with recognition at the April 2018 Board of Education meeting.