After 38 years in education, including 18 in Guthrie, Guthrie Public Schools Superintendent Terry Simpson will retire following the 2011-2012 school year.
Relay for Life of Logan County will have a bingo fundraiser on November 12 with benefits proceeding the support group.
I wanted to write just one more article describing some of the reform in this year’s successful Government Modernization legislation. These reforms put into place a comprehensive framework to increase the transparency of state government process, lower the cost of government to the taxpayer, and significantly enhance the ability of the citizen to access government […]
Looking to add an extra dimension to your BlueJay Homecoming experience this year and relive your years in the Guthrie High School marching band?
Rain showers continued Sunday in Guthrie, dampening the drought-stricken area with more than three inches of rain. With the rainfall, the city-wide burn ban has been lifted.
On October 14, the Board of Commissioners are scheduled to open and award bids for three asphalt paving projects. These include one mile of Macarthur Blvd. from Waterloo to Simmons Rd., Santa Fe from College to Cooksey and two miles of Midwest from Waterloo to Charter Oak.
The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County on October 7, 2011.
The following is the Inter-Watch Summary from the Guthrie Police Department for October 6, 2011.
A Guthrie resident was sent to the hospital after setting fire around a cistern causing an explosion.
On October 7, Guthrie Police Chief Damon Devereaux celebrated his 20th year of service at the Guthrie Police Department.
The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County on October 6, 2011.
For the second time in four months, the City of Guthrie has received an Initiative Petition from Guthrie residents in hopes of changing the city’s charter.
Both the Guthrie Public Works Authority and City Council had a short consent agenda Tuesday evening and approved all resolutions in the process.
The following is the Inter-Watch Summary from the Guthrie Police Department for October 5, 2011.
Members of the Oklahoma State Burea of Investigations Internet Crimes Against Children Unit and Southwestern Oklahoma State University Police Department arrested Craig Kastl (12/20/85) on an arrest warrant issued out of Custer County.
The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribe is launching a letter campaign to a judge who presided in the case of two-year-old tribal member Naomi Whitecrow, who died in a Logan County foster home, in hopes of having the punishment given to Amy Holder over ruled.
The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County on October 4, 2011.
The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County on October 5, 2011.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office has received approval for a continuation of a grant from The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office.
“Amanda,” Cpl. Jessica Lasley and Logan County Sheriff Jim Bauman celebrate the first inmate to earn a GED through the county’s new program.