OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today issued an executive order to declare a state of emergency for 22 counties due to ongoing wildfires and critical fire weather conditions.
The Logan County Republicans will meet on Saturday for their County Convention.
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.
Photo courtesy of Guthrie Public Schools
Phase one of the successful Guthrie Public Schools bond issue is drawing close to completion.
A vehicle burst into smoke and flames on Tuesday morning as a child was being transported to school on Guthrie’s west side.
Mark your calendars. The annual Trash Off days has been set for April and is a great time for some spring cleaning.
Findings from the Census of Fatal Occupational Injuries (CFOI) conducted by the Oklahoma Department of Labor in cooperation with the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reveal Oklahoma had 91 work-related fatalities in 2015.
In October, I wrote about the challenges we face as a state to recruit and retain the best possible teachers for the classroom.
Over 70 people came out to the Crescent baseball/softball sports complex in Crescent on Feb. 11 to clean up a mess left behind by vandals.
Child advocacy organization praises Sen. Griffin for legislation promoting public/private partnerships for social programs
State Sen. AJ Griffin’s legislation to enhance partnerships between the Department of Human Services and Oklahoma’s non-profit and private sectors has won the praise of the Oklahoma Institute for Child Advocacy (OICA). Griffin’s measure, Senate Bill 748, would help Oklahoma address problems associated with poverty, incarceration and mental health outcomes.
Wide loads are restricted from using State Highway 33 (Noble Ave.) between I-35 and SH-74 due to ongoing SH-33 bridge reconstruction between Division St. and N. Fifth St. in Guthrie through fall 2018. Wide loads must detour using I-35 or SH-74.
Two semi-trucks collided on Interstate 35 Sunday afternoon leaving one in flames.
While the fine people at The Firefighter Museum were cleaning up, they discovered something very interesting.
Motorists who use Noble Ave. will see lane closures starting next week as part of the viaduct construction, according to the Oklahoma Department of Transportation.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Due to significant rainfall that moved across the state, Governor Mary Fallin today signed an executive proclamation removing a burn ban she ordered for 53 counties. The governor issued the burn ban on Friday because of extreme dry and weather conditions; rains moved across the state Monday and Tuesday.
It was a well-below voter turnout on Tuesday for the Guthrie school board and city council elections. Less than five percent of eligible voters decided the election for the school board seat.
The polls close at 7 p.m. this evening. Guthrie News Page will have the results when they’re finalized.
The second and last built-in snow day for Guthrie Public Schools will be utilized, according to Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson. The announcement came Monday night at the Board of Education meeting.
Inside a packed board room inside the Administration Building for Guthrie Public Schools, the district announced their elementary, secondary and district teachers of the year.
Following a 20 minute executive session on Monday night, the Guthrie City Council revealed they will not appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court in the case against once terminated Guthrie police officer Mark Bruning.