On the November 6 general election, a county question for the creation of a new Emergency Medical District will be on the ballot.
Leon Caldwell, Central Electric Cooperative Operation Round Up president (right), and Peggy Wolfe, Operation Round Up board member (third from right) presents a $1,000 check to members of the Coyle Christian Church to help purchase shoes for students at Coyle Public Schools, represented by Josh Sumrall, Coyle Public Schools Superintendent (second from right).
The Central Electric Cooperative Operation Round Up board recently approved a $1,000 grant to Coyle Christian Church to help with the purchase a pair of shoes for each student at Coyle Public Schools last December.
The department that citizens depend on for extinguishing house fires and rendering medical care when life or death is on the line is running low on manpower. Several factors play a role, but there appears to be no easy solution on fixing the issue that is plaguing the Guthrie Fire Department.
A couple left their home to go to the grocery store, but their trip was cut short when they received a call that their house was on fire.
There will be five seats up for grabs in February for Logan County school’s board of education. Following a three day filing period, three of those seats will be unopposed.
From left to right: Patrick Smith, Coyle Public Schools Principal; Peyton Smith, Coyle School Student Foundation member; Jharra Hollins, Coyle School Student Foundation member; Peggy Wolfe, Community Foundation Board Member; Brendon Weathers, Coyle School Student Foundation member; Kobie Sloan, Coyle School Student Foundation member; and Josh Sumrall, Coyle Public Schools Superintendent
The Community Foundation of Central Electric Cooperative board recently approved a $2,500 grant to Coyle Schools Student Foundation in Coyle. This grant will help to resurface the outside basketball court.
Maurice Williams with Reesethegeek Productions visited with members of the Coyle Volunteer Fire Department and learned their passion for serving their community. “These guys were truly amazing and was very eager to share after just returning from a call,” Williams said. Here is his report.
Storms came roaring through Logan County on Thursday afternoon. Majority of the damage was suffered in Coyle, including vehicles and classroom windows at Coyle Public Schools.
Coyle Public Schools and Keystone Foodservice will be providing and serving a barbecue lunch to those who serve and protect.
OKLAHOMA CITY (March 2, 2017) – Oklahoma’s high school graduation rate remained steady at 83 percent at the end of the 2014-2015 school year, keeping pace with national graduation rates of 82 percent in 2014 and 83 percent in 2015.
The Coyle 4-H and FFA invites you and your family to attend the 38th Annual Pork Chop Supper and Auction. The dinner will start at 5 p.m. on Saturday, Feb. 4. Afterwards, an auction is set to begin at 7 p.m.
The three-day filing period came to an end on Wednesday for four seats on the Guthrie city council and two seats on the Guthrie Board of Education. Both boards are non-partisan.
Law enforcement officers throughout Logan County gathered in Guthrie on Thursday for ongoing training with a new tool that could help save a life, or perhaps even their own life.
The Town of Coyle has appointed a new mayor following a resignation.
Fire departments from Coyle and Guthrie worked together to put out a house fire on Wednesday afternoon.
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Coyle Public Works Authority (Authority) in Logan County received approval for a $99,973 Rural Economic Action Plan (REAP) grant Tuesday, January 19 through the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) to improve the Authority’s water infrastructure.
Wednesday was the final day for county school districts, including Guthrie, to file for school board seats. For the Guthrie school district, one incumbent will be challenged while the other will not be opposed.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners wrapped up their third special meeting concerning Emergency Medical Services on Tuesday evening inside the cafeteria at the Coyle middle school.
Anika Smalley prepares new place settings during the recent Meridian Technology Center Thanksgiving Luncheon. The Coyle student and her classmates made more than 500 pounds of potatoes, 450 pounds of turkey, 300 pounds of ham and 20 gallons of gravy for the more than 1,560 guests who attended the annual event.