The Veterans of Foreign Wars Sooner Post 4578 hosted an appreciation and awards luncheon for law enforcement, firefighters and EMT throughout Logan County at the Guthrie VFW on Saturday afternoon.
Logan County elected officials came to an agreement Wednesday morning on the 2017-18 budget. The department heads needed to find and cut $351,616.70 to meet the estimated available funds.
Logan County acknowledged four employees on Thursday morning with their annual Safety Awards. In total, the four combined for 100 years of on the job with no incidents.
Currently the Logan County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) do not operate traffic signal lights inside the county, but one commissioner is considering adding lights to an intersection following the most recent accident.
After being washed just over two years ago, a Logan County bridge is expected to be back open next month. A much welcome message for motorists.
Logan County Board of Commissioners held a special meeting to discuss Officers’ Reports and Estimates of Needs for the following accounts and sub-accounts for the upcoming fiscal year.
An inmate (pictured below) trims the grass along the curb before the Mumford & Sons concert in 2013.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioner’s agreed Monday morning to begin using inmate trustees for lawn care and other projects throughout the county. Officials say the agreement will benefit both the county and inmates.
With more than a year until the primary election for the District 1 County Commissioner office, Commissioner Marven Goodman says he will seek re-election.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners displayed their frustration with a state government agency after an audit showed a $5,000 donation was made for an anniversary party. On Monday morning during commissioner comments, District 3 County Commissioner showed frustration toward Oklahoma Cooperative Circuit Engineering Districts Board (OCCEDB) after a 2016 audit showed a number […]
A representative with the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) says they are ready to prepare a consent order that could possibly leave a potential $10,000 daily fine on Logan County. However, the Logan County Board of County Commissioners heavily contest they do not have any means to enforce DEQ regulations.
I am pleased to announce my recovery from recent unforeseen medical issues. It brings me great pleasure to provide this update and many more to come. A special thank you goes out to my family, friends and co workers who supported me throughout my recovery.
Update: Just after hours the Logan County Board of County Commissioners issued a county-wide burn ban, Governor Mary Fallin issued a governor’s burn ban. Gov. Fallin issues two-week burn ban for 53 counties; includes Logan County Original Article The Logan County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a county-wide burn ban, effective immediately, on Friday morning. […]
In a case filed in 2011, the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) still await reimbursement from the Town of Meridian in regards to a breach of agreement.
The last time we updated the status of the Coltrane road project phases, two of the three phases was uncertain. Our work in this area has gained new ground as this week we have much better news that all three project phases are now back on the full funding track.
Guthrie News Page captured Sheriff Damon Devereaux on his first day in the new position.
During the regular scheduled Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) meeting, commissioners welcomed the newly elected sheriff and appointed a chairman. In addition, the commissioners were informed of a retirement and the passing of a former county employee.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) approved a resolution seeking the Oklahoma legislature to support changing a state statue pertaining to distribution and use of highway funds commonly known as County Improvements for Roads and Bridges (CIRB) fund.
The Logan County Local Development Act Review Committee was finalized on Thursday afternoon with three at-large members voted on to the board. Now, they will decide if a tax increment financing (TIF) district is needed in the southern portion of the county.
A special meeting was held Wednesday morning for the Board of County Commissioners to consider the budget and estimate needs.
The Logan County commissioners and other county elected officials needed 80 minutes on Thursday morning to adjust over $566,000 in their estimate of needs for the next fiscal year to balance the budget.
Logan County Commissioners discussed requesting the Oklahoma Corporation Commission (OCC) to halt all salt water disposal injection well operations within the county on Thursday morning. Two of the three commissioners were in agreement on the subject.