Beginning Oct. 1, many child support customers will see a new fee withheld from their child support payments. Child Support Services, a division of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, will charge 3 percent, up to $10 per month, on child support collections. The new fee is expected to generate about $1 million this year […]
The campaign season is underway for United Way Logan County as the organization raises funds for 11 programs at 10 partner agencies. Those agencies are on the frontline helping residents of the community live healthier, happier lives.
The Guthrie Board of Education (BOE) tabled a decision on a demographic study on Monday night that would help the school district to determine what elementary school a student would attend.
Current budget situation tenuous and cash flow still an issue
OKLAHOMA CITY — General Revenue Fund collections in August were $413.7 million and came in 1.9 percent higher when compared with the monthly estimate. However, collections to the GRF were $843,000, or 0.2 percent, below prior year collections for August. For the first two months of the fiscal year, total collections to the GRF were […]
The City of Crescent is having a 10-day amnesty period for unpaid tickets from September 11 through September 21. During this time, the City will waive all failure to appear, pay and comply fees attached to citations that are unpaid. The failure to appear (FTA) fee is usually 300 dollars.
The Guthrie Public Library will soon be going through some much needed Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades. To assist, the library was able to capture a grant to help with the upgrades.
Corporate income taxes again contribute nothing to GRF
OKLAHOMA CITY — General Revenue Fund (GRF) collections in July were equal to the monthly estimate, while outpacing the prior year collections by 10.7 percent for the first month of the fiscal year. GRF collections in July totaled $411.4 million, which is equal to the official estimate upon which the fiscal year 2018 appropriated state budget […]
Last week Guthrie Public Schools received their net assessment valuation from Logan County indicating an approximate 6 percent growth within the Guthrie school district.
It appears the Oklahoma Legislature will be heading to a special session after the Oklahoma Supreme Court ruled on Thursday the Legislature unconstitutionally passed the $1.50-per-pack cigarette fee during the final days of this year’s session.
After further discussion and research this week on the Capital Improvement Projects (CIP), City of Guthrie officials say that in fact they did receive written permission from legal counsel on making project changes to a $3M bond.
Photo taken of the continued upgrades at Mineral Wells Park on Aug. 6
Updated on Aug. 8 at 2:30 p.m. — City Manager Leroy Alsup reached out to Guthrie News Page following this article to clarify the City of Guthrie did receive written permission from bond counsel to substitute projects in the $3M CIP bond. He says there was miscommunication between him and City staff. For more here […]
Once was a cherished school building and now currently an eye sore, the City of Guthrie revealed a proposed plan for Banner Park on the town’s west side.
Guthrie property owners will see their property taxes go up to pay back a Guthrie police officer, who was once terminated and then reinstated, after a court judgement against the City of Guthrie.
The Guthrie city council unanimously voted to raise court costs and added a technology fee to citations.
On Saturday, August 12, 2017 the public is invited to participate in the annual Buick test-drive event that coincides with “Meet the Bluejays” which helps raise up to $10,000 for the Guthrie Football Boosters and Guthrie Educational Foundation. Money raised will be used to help with classroom grants in the spring and equipment for the […]
With the 2017-18 school year right around the corner, the state of Oklahoma is offering a tax free weekend Aug. 4-6. It applies to clothing and shoes and is intended to coincide with back-to-school shopping.
A special workshop meeting has been called for Tuesday for the Guthrie city council. The council will discuss three separate projects that could total over $2 million.
Last week, the groundwork began for upgrades to Mineral Wells Park and Highland Park.
Guthrie Public Schools superintendent says the school district has weathered the financial storm over the last two years, but says he’s moving forward with caution.
The Oklahoma Department of Human Services announced planned reductions totaling about $30 million over the course of the next fiscal year to a number of programs serving vulnerable children and adults.