I have taken some time observing updates by myself and other people using social media to say something to public and private citizens. I tried to focus the reflection on myself, which is hard to do.
A legislative committee recently approved an initiative to place a term limit of 12 years upon county commissioners.
Logan County’s First Capital Republican Women hosted the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women on Saturday, March 1 for their Winter Board of Directors meeting at the American Legion in Guthrie.
Oklahoma State Representative Jason Murphey has been designated as one of Government Technology magazine’s top 25 Doers, Dreamers and Drivers for his work to apply innovation and technology in Oklahoma state government. Since 2002, Government Technology has honored those individuals who have transformed the public sector through the smart use of technology.
On Saturday, March 8, Congressman Jim Bridenstine, OK-1st Congressional District will be the keynote speaker for the Logan Co. GOP monthly meeting. The meeting will be at the American Legion at 123 N. 1 St., in Guthrie, beginning at 9 a.m.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Gov. Mary Fallin today thanked members of the Oklahoma Senate Health and Human Services Committee for passing a bill that would require doctors to check the state’s online prescription monitoring program before prescribing a narcotic.
State Sen. AJ Griffin will hold a town hall meeting this Thursday, February 27, at 5:30 p.m. at the Oklahoma Sports Museum in Guthrie. Residents are all invited to attend to learn about the major issues of the 2014 legislative session and share their views on proposed bills as well as other issues affecting District […]
State Representative Jason W. Murphey has announced the 2014 House District 31 Town Hall Meeting. The meeting will occur at 7pm, next Monday, on the night of February 24th at Waterloo Road Baptist Church, 3100 East Waterloo Road. The invited guest is House Speaker-Emeritus TW Shannon.
You probably won’t see the following story reported anywhere else in the press, as capitol reporters have been busy reporting on the ongoing race for Speaker of the House, but last week the members of the House of Representatives participated in a historic event.
A little over a year ago, the new leadership of the House of Representatives created a new committee structure.
Candidates for the Board of Education in Logan County school districts file Declarations of Candidacy beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, December 2, 2013.
Oklahomans are shocked and disappointed as press accounts describe massive pay raises being rapidly handed out to state agency executives. In some cases those raises have amounted to more than $40,000 per year.
Essentially,….you paid $74.69 in taxes last year for roads in Logan County.
Logan County was represented at the Biennial State Convention of the Oklahoma Federation of Republican Women by First Capital Republican Women Delegates Linda Tatom, Jeannine Long, Jennifer Johnson, Carol Cline and Connie Sorrell.
OSSAA provides case-in-point of legalism trumping common sense – > Consider this observation. An increase in the number of laws, policies, rules and procedures produces a corresponding decrease in the application of common sense.
I have recently been receiving emails about the increasing number of energy sector production sites. As you can imagine, seismic testing and deployment of heavy equipment quickly captures the attention of nearby homeowners who worry about the impact of heavy equipment on their roads.
According to just filed lobbyist reports, local State Rep. Jason Murphey and Senator Anthony Sykes (R-Moore) were the two of 149 legislators to reject all gifts from lobbyists during the recently concluded legislative session.
OK2A announced its annual award winners at the 2013 Oklahoma Second Amendment Policy Conference and Dinner. There were several awards to handed out, including an award presented to a local senator.
On Tuesday afternoon, U.S. Rep. Frank Lucas made his sixth and final stop of a two-day tour of town hall meetings in Guthrie.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State Representative Jason Murphey (R-Guthrie) made sure that he was representing House District 31 citizens by being present to vote in 1074 out of 1078 roll call votes during the recently concluded 2013 legislative session. During the seven-year time frame since being elected to office, Murphey voted in 9,118 out of 9,175 roll call […]