Several women hit the golf course last week to play a solid round of 18 holes, but also do it for the Susan G. Koman Rally for the Cure.
Thursday, September 13 from 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. the Guthrie American Legion Hall will come alive as the United Way of Logan County kicks off its 2012 Campaign with a special “Thank You Luncheon”.
Peppers Ranch, Inc. announced today they were awarded a grant by the Oklahoma City Community Foundation in the amount of $15,000 from the Opportunities for Children iFund. This grant will be used to expand Peppers Ranch’s tutoring program for foster children.
The Logan County Sheriff’s department confiscated nearly 20 machines from five Guthrie convenience stores that were involved in an illegal gambling operation.
One of the special elements of the United Way of Logan County campaign each year is the establishment of a small group of businesses and organizations which start their campaign in July/August just ahead of the regular campaign.
The City of Guthrie has hired Cody Mosley as its new Marketing and Economic Development Director.
The Maudie Hirschi Children’s Shelter will continue their unique way to raise money while having fun.
With the 2012-2013 school year right around the corner, the state of Oklahoma is offering one tax free weekend event during 2012. It applies to clothing and shoes and is intended to coincide with back-to-school shopping, when many parents stock up on kids’ clothing and footwear.
Steve Gentling, President, United Way of Logan County, announced recently that the Board of Directors had approved the record setting allocation of $250,840 to the 10 partner agencies which assist those Logan County residents in need.
Steve Gentling, President, Logan County United Way announced recently the acceptance of the 2012 United Way Campaign Chair by LaVerne Dowding, President of BancFirst in Guthrie.
The City of Guthrie received good news on their sales tax numbers as well as firework permits over the holiday weekend.
Earlier this month I enjoyed the opportunity to attend an event in recognition of the placement of the new Compressed Natural Gas pump at the Love’s Travel Stop located at I-35 and Hwy. 33 on the east side of Guthrie. Officials from Chesapeake Energy and Love’s hosted the event.
Several employees of a Guthrie Medicaid counseling services provider, including a Guthrie native, face fraud-related charges in an alleged scheme to bill for sessions without providing services.
Following an executive session, the Guthrie city council voted unanimously to submit a settlement proposal to Logan County Rural Water District No. 1.
As part of his 77-County Tour, Insurance Commissioner John Doak will be visiting Logan County with a scheduled stop in Guthrie.
After several discussions and modifications, the Guthrie City Council approved the final draft of the parking on the grass ordinance.
Mack Boles says growing up he spent a lot of time following his older brother Wayne around wanting to be involved with whatever he was doing at the time.
Many citizens in the Guthrie area turned out in great numbers for the fifth annual Taste of Town sponsored by the American Red Cross.
Job creation and business expansion in Logan County will be two topics when the Logan County Economic Developement Committee meets Thursday morning.
A mayor on a roof, delicious dining and a big breakfast kickoff. It’s all part of Logan County’s celebration of “March is Red Cross Month” and the annual Heroes campaign.