By John D. Doak Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner The Oklahoma Legislature is currently debating a bill that could help Oklahomans find more affordable health insurance. Senate Bill 478 authorizes the Insurance Commissioner to negotiate compacts with other states to allow insurers from those states to sell individual health insurance policies in Oklahoma. Oklahomans face an individual […]
It is the largest Chamber Coffee every year and Wednesday morning did not disappoint for the weekly Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Coffee. Businesses and organizations shared what was happening with their groups and events around town, primarily involving 89er’s Week.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office has lost a deputy following a shooting near Mulhall. Deputy David Wade was shot multiple times in the upper body, including the face. He later died at a Oklahoma City hospital.
Update at 12:50 – The Logan County Deputy who was shot this morning has passed away from his injuries. Authorities are searching for a suspect who shot a Logan County deputy and stole two vehicles Tuesday morning. Emergency crews are responding to the scene where the deputy was shot near I-35 and Mulhall. Oklahoma Highway […]
Oklahoma City police made another arrest in connection with the man shot 36 times in Guthrie, according to a report late Monday evening by an Oklahoma City television station.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 17, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 14, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 13, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 12, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 11, 2017.
With a new elementary school set for construction this spring for Guthrie Public Schools in southern Logan County, traffic concerns could be an issue in the unincorporated area of the county. The Logan County Local Development Act Review Committee discussed a variety of concerns, including financing, about a proposed tax increment financing (TIF) district.
The Guthrie Fire Department recently added four gooseneck LED light fixtures in front of the fire station near the bay doors. Not only does the lighting provide a warm, welcoming feel, but also is energy-efficient.
Dogs of all ages can develop lumps and bumps. It is important to know when these should be examined by a veterinarian. According to Nationwide Pet Insurance, lumps and bumps on dogs were the third most common medical reason why pets visited their veterinarian in 2016.
Fifty Logan County students received honors for their coloring sheets, conservation posters, and essays, at this year’s annual Logan County Banks Conservation Awards Banquet. The event was held Thursday, April 13 at the Fairgrounds Educational Building. The meal was sponsored by BancFirst, InterBank, and F & M Bank in cooperation with the Logan County Conservation District. This year’s theme for the banquet was “Healthy Soils Are Full of Life!”
Conservation-minded students and private landowners recently received special recognition at the Logan County Conservation Awards Banquet held Thursday evening, April 13, at the county fairgrounds.
OKLAHOMA CITY – A recent study by the Oklahoma State Department of Education (OSDE) casts doubt on the assumption that switching to a four-day school week saves money for districts.
The State of Oklahoma, once again, is borrowing money and schools, including Guthrie Public Schools, will not be fully-funded this month in state aid. This time costing the school district $73,190 for the month of April.
An arrest has been in the Guthrie homicide that took place last week. 24-year-old Joseph William Angelo was shot 36 times and later died at a Oklahoma City hospital.
The ‘89er Carnival is moving back to the downtown area.
Thanks to neighbors and a maintenance worker, an apartment resident was left with minimal damage following a small fire inside a living room.
With the celebration of ’89er Days ahead, the Guthrie Street Crew has been busy getting ready for the week that Guthrie will be highlighted for several thousands of people to see.