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It was an emotional day for the Coyle school district and especially elementary students as they learned the passing of their friend and classmate on Tuesday morning.
The Guthrie Board of Education commemorated the 2011 Class 5A State Championship football team in their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening.
It’s often said a mother will do just about anything for their children and that is what Colette Datin has done.
Guthrie Public Schools have announced their Teacher of the Year winners for the 2011 -2012 school year.
If it is up to the Logan County and Guthrie Junior High SWAT team they just spent their last day picking up cigarette butts in the park.
October 9th through October 15th is Fire Prevention Week and the Guthrie Fire Department is full of activity this week.
After 38 years in education, including 18 in Guthrie, Guthrie Public Schools Superintendent Terry Simpson will retire following the 2011-2012 school year.
“Amanda,” Cpl. Jessica Lasley and Logan County Sheriff Jim Bauman celebrate the first inmate to earn a GED through the county’s new program.
Three Guthrie teachers are among the 36 OGE Teacher Grant winners across the company’s service territory in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
A middle school counselor killed in a traffic accident was remembered this week for her ability to motivate her students to achieve excellence.
Later this month, State Representatives Corey Holland, Leslie Osborn and I, in conjunction with the Oklahoma Council on Public Affairs (OCPA), will conduct a study of the state’s higher education system.
An inmate in the Logan County Jail took a major step for a future after being released.
An acting president of Langston University has been named after a meeting of the Oklahoma A&M Board of Regents.
Errors have been found in final standardized test results sent this month to schools statewide and now Oklahoma schools Superintendent Janet Barresi wants a review of the contract with a testing company.
The following highlight the 2011 -2012 Guthrie Public Schools calendar.
State Superintendent Janet Barresi cast the tie-breaking vote, on Thursday, that will cut several popular state programs, including 12 million in teacher bonuses, to approve the upcoming budget that begins July 1st.