The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA), a member organization of the Cooperative Council for Oklahoma School Administration (CCOSA), announced Guthrie’s Assistant Superintendent Doug Ogle has been selected as the OASA District #3, Asst. Superintendent/Central Office Supt. of the Year for 2018.
Logan County Conservation District offers financial assistance to curb soil erosion and protect water quality
The Logan County Conservation District has announced Program Year 19 of the state’s Locally-Led Conservation Cost-Share Program. The state cost-share program began in 1997 with the goal of reducing soil erosion and improving water quality by providing financial assistance to landowners for applying soil and water conservation practices.
Washington, DC – The Thurgood Marshall College Fund (TMCF) Board Chairman, Jim Clifton announced the additions of Dr. Cynthia Jackson-Hammond, President, Central State University, and Dr. Kent J. Smith, Jr., President, Langston University, as the two newest additions to the TMCF Board of Directors.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) has recognized Logan County Health Department as County Health Department of the Year.
Dan Ladd announced his resignation from three county boards on Monday and revealed he will be moving out of state.
The May sales tax collections for the City of Guthrie was not the largest jump this year, but it was a significant increase.
Kara Sawyer, a 17 year resident of Guthrie, is seeking the office of State House of Representative District 31. She is currently teaching special education with students of severe and profound disabilities for Guthrie Public Schools.
Guthrie Police Chief Don Sweger said Officer Caleb Pinley saved a life earlier this year when the officer opened fire on a man who was threatening his ex-girlfriend with a large hunting knife.
National Nurses Week is May 6-12.
The Logan County Health Department joins the American Nurses Association, Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), health care professionals, patients and families, during National Nurses Week, May 6-12, in recognizing the important roles nurses have in providing direct personal health care for patients and families and providing leadership in forming public health policies to improve […]
After two years inside City Hall, the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce will be back on street level.
A 75-year-old man is facing multiple charges after he apparently smashed into a fence in front of a Guthrie elementary school on Wednesday night.
In the coming months, the offices of Logan County will soon see a much-improved website, along with the addition of emergency notifications and alerts for citizens.
Shorter hospital stays, fewer complications and better patient results are just a few metrics used to rank Mercy as one of the top five large health systems in the nation, alongside Mayo Clinic.
The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) Field Representatives recently held a regional round table meeting in Guthrie. Approximately twelve representatives from five area communities met to discuss issues related to economic development and municipal governance.
Guthrie High School administration is asking parents and students to attend the incoming freshman orientation on Monday, May 7 at 6 p.m.
Lieutenant Colonel (Ret.) Barry Niles, USAR, announces his candidacy on the Republican ticket for State Representative, District 31, an area that encompasses Guthrie, Cashion, Cedar Valley, Cimarron City, and Edmond. Niles and his wife Debra have lived and raised their eight children in the south Logan County area for over 35 years.
Guthrie High School juniors and seniors saw first hand how dangerous drinking and driving, or texting behind the wheel can be with a mock drill on Monday afternoon.
Sen. A.J. Griffin (center) is pictured with Health and Human Services Secretary Steve Buck (right) and Interim Commissioner of Health Tom Bates (left).
The Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) recognized six outstanding leaders in child abuse prevention during a ceremony Tuesday at the State Capitol. Individuals and organizations were honored for their efforts, which demonstrated significant and outstanding commitment and dedication to child abuse prevention.
Updated on April 26, 2018 at 2:30 p.m. — Governor Mary Fallin Modifies Burn Ban OKLAHOMA CITY – Due to significant rainfall across the state, Governor Mary Fallin today issued a proclamation reducing the number of counties included in the burn ban from 36 to 14, including Logan County. This change came at the recommendation of […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Senate gave final approval to legislation last week to put the rights and protections of Oklahoma’s foster kids into state statute. House Bill 2552, authored by Sen. A.J. Griffin and Rep. Pat Ownbey, passed unanimously.