The ‘89er committee will soon be going through some major changes in personnel. The group is seeking several volunteers for crucial positions.
State bridge inspectors will be able to provide a faster, more targeted response in ensuring public safety the next time an earthquake rolls across Oklahoma.
Doug Major received the Francis Tuttle award from Oklahoma CareerTech state director Marcie Mack (left) and OKACTE executive director Skye McNiel.
Meridian Technology Center Superintendent Doug Major received Oklahoma CareerTech’s most prestigious award during the 50th annual Career and Technology Education Summer Conference.
This year’s legislative session was dominated by a group of “raise taxes at all costs” ideologues who deployed aggressive strategies to advance an array of principle-betraying tax and fee increases upon the people of Oklahoma. Last week I wrote in some detail about the strategy of freshman pawning: a technique for getting new legislators to […]
Much of the time and energy of this legislative session was consumed by the push to raise taxes, even if those taxes were unconstitutional. This push was led by a group of “increase taxes at all cost” ideologues who deployed an array of tactics and strategies to convince their colleagues to raise taxes. One such […]
Well, this is back to school special alright. Not for school children, but for teachers.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for August 7, 2017.
Nathan LeForce was back in the Logan County Courthouse on Monday morning. After hearing testimony in a two-hour and 35 minute preliminary hearing, a judge ruled there was probable cause that he had committed a crime. Now, he faces the death penalty in an upcoming trial in the murder of Logan County Deputy David Wade.
Now in its 31st season, the Pollard Theatre continues to represent a commitment to artistic excellence driven by its desire to promote narrative above all else in the theater arts. On August 12, the Pollard is hosting its 7th annual fundraising Gala (recently christened “The Art and Soul Gala”).
Photo taken of the continued upgrades at Mineral Wells Park on Aug. 6
Updated on Aug. 8 at 2:30 p.m. — City Manager Leroy Alsup reached out to Guthrie News Page following this article to clarify the City of Guthrie did receive written permission from bond counsel to substitute projects in the $3M CIP bond. He says there was miscommunication between him and City staff. For more here […]
It is nail trim time at my house, and it’s not pretty.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for August 4, 2017.
The following actions were filed in the District The following report is from the Logan County Sheriff’s Office for the week of July 11, 2017 to July 31, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for August 3, 2017.
Once was a cherished school building and now currently an eye sore, the City of Guthrie revealed a proposed plan for Banner Park on the town’s west side.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for August 2, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for August 1, 2017.
Several years ago, I was appointed to the Board of Trustees of the Oklahoma Teachers Retirement System. This was before the days of paperless meetings.
Guthrie property owners will see their property taxes go up to pay back a Guthrie police officer, who was once terminated and then reinstated, after a court judgement against the City of Guthrie.
The Guthrie Police Department will soon be going digital and in the process will remove beyond stacks of paper and allow more space in the 911 Communication Center.