Column: Why is my car insurance so high?

Column: Why is my car insurance so high?

By: Blake Wimsey Special to Guthrie News Page Blake Wimsey operates Foundation Insurance in downtown Guthrie. Good question. There are many factors that underwriters use to rate your insurance premiums. In order to take action against your high premiums, it’s important to first understand what factors drive up the cost of your monthly bill. • Your […]

New Chapter FFA officer team to lead for 2017-18

Emily Cordell (second from left) will lead Guthrie FFA as chapter president for 2017-18. Other officers include (From the left): Ellie Throckmorton, secretary; Emily Cordell, president; Garret Wellden, vice president; Tyler Laverty, sentinel; Morgan Truitt, treasurer, and Jacob Sanderson, reporter.

New Chapter FFA officer team to lead for 2017-18

Six Members of the Guthrie FFA Chapter will lead the more than 220 members for 2016-17 school year.

Legislation updating, streamlining sex offender registration becomes law

Legislation updating, streamlining sex offender registration becomes law

Legislation improving the state’s sex offender registry law has been signed by the governor.  Senate Bill 217, by Sen. AJ Griffin and Rep. Mike Osburn, modifies Oklahoma’s current sex offender registration law to streamline the notification process between local law enforcement, the courts and the Department of Corrections (DOC) and, in certain cases, will require […]

April GRF receipts nearly 13% below monthly estimate

Uncertainty remains for this and next fiscal year

April GRF receipts nearly 13% below monthly estimate

OKLAHOMA CITY — General Revenue Fund collections in April missed the official monthly estimate by 12.9 percent and were 4.4 percent below the estimate for the fiscal year, leading to more uncertainty regarding deeper reductions to state agencies as the Legislature stalls with budget proposals.

GPS honors three employees of the month to BOE

Pictured (L-R) is Marylyn Steffensen, Lynette Anderson and Heather McDonald.

GPS honors three employees of the month to BOE

Three women were recognized for their work in the Guthrie school district on Monday evening at the Board of Education meeting as they were announced as the latest employees of the month. For the month of March, Heather McDonald, a paraprofessional at Guthrie Upper Elementary School (GUES), was nominated and presented by Misty Hishsmith, who […]

Ask Dr. Anna: Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes oh my!

Ask Dr. Anna: Fleas, ticks, and mosquitoes oh my!

Warmer weather might be fun, but it also means more risk for dogs, cats, and humans.  Ticks and mosquitoes are already here, and fleas will be appearing shortly.  These pesky pests can transmit diseases to yourself and your furry friends.  Dr. Anna Coffin will discuss these parasites and how to protect against fleas and ticks.

Logan County filings for May 5, 2017

Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for May 5, 2017. Report generated by the Oklahoma Court Information System. Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2017-163 State of Oklahoma v. Slack, Robert Allen Civil relief more than $10,000 (CJ) CJ-2017-137 Kenneth Wray Allnut, Jr et al vs Karen Lee Brown, et al CJ-2017-138 Carie […]

Guthrie proclaims Smallest National Park Week for downtown park

Instructors and students in the Guthrie Job Corps help dedicate a monument with Guthrie Vice Mayor Ed Wood in front of the Smallest National Park.

Guthrie proclaims Smallest National Park Week for downtown park

On Monday morning, Park Ranger Stacy and the City of Guthrie helped declare this week as the Smallest National Park Week. They did so in front of an elm tree and a wrought iron fence, which actually – yeah is a national park.