The National Federation of State High School Associations has named a Guthrie coach as their Coach of the Year. Guthrie High School head boy’s golf coach Ric Meshew has been selected as the 2017-18 Oklahoma Coach of the Year for boys golf. He was nominated by the Oklahoma Secondary School Athletic Association (OSSAA) as the […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – Senate President Pro Tempore Greg Treat on Wednesday filed bills granting the Oklahoma governor more appointment power of five top agency directors. Treat said the bills will provide more accountability and give the governor the ability to truly lead the state. “Our current system of government disperses power too widely so that […]
Do you know the true rules of Uno – especially when it comes to that magically draw four card? Ever heard of Draw Six? A Facebook post has gone viral after asking, “Did y’all know that you can only play the Draw 4 Wild card IF you have NO other cards of the same color […]
Streaming service Netflix announced Tuesday that it would be raising prices across all of its plans by 13 to 18 percent. Netflix’s most basic plan will now be $8.99 per month, up from $7.99, while its Standard plan with HD quality, the company’s most popular offering, will increase from $10.99 to $12.99, the company says. Its Premium […]
Family members, along with the Guthrie Police Department, Fire Department and community members, attended a candlelight vigil for Robyn Miles and Damien Kia King. The 30-minute service was held inside Community Church Tuesday evening. The sanctuary was filled with light music and candle lights. Pastor Bill Williams opened and closed the vigil with words and […]
Braydin Russell had an interesting Sunday and especially Monday morning. And it was all caught on camera. Everywhere she went there was a camera crew behind her, even inside her classroom. Braydin, the daughter of Doug and Jennifer Russell, was chosen from a nationwide search by an athletic shoe and apparel company, who set out […]
Photo courtesy of Kathy Hayes.
A Guthrie man was transported to a Oklahoma City hospital Tuesday afternoon after his vehicle was struck by a semi truck. Several agencies responded to State Highway 33 and Main Street in the city limits of Coyle for a two vehicle accident just after 3 p.m. The accident forced the roadway to be shut down […]
A mother and her boyfriend were in front of a judge on Tuesday in the death of the 13-month-old Damien Kia King. Justin Mitchell Lastra was charged with murder in the first degree involving the death of a child. Related article: Mother, boyfriend arrested for first degree murder A judge ordered Lastra to be held […]
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for January 15, 2019. Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2019-13 State of Oklahoma v. Lastra, Justin Mitchell Sr. CF-2019-14 State of Oklahoma v. King, Michelle Marta Civil relief less than $10,000 (CS) CS-2019-5 Ally Financial Inc v. Reece, Christopher Michael Small Claims (SC) SC-2019-14 Savannah House […]
OKLAHOMA CITY — General Revenue Fund collections in December were $620.6 million and came in at $50.2 million, or 8.8 percent, above the monthly estimate. This amount is $108.0 million, or 21.1 percent, above collections in December of 2017. Total collections over the first six months of the fiscal year are $145.6 million, or 4.9 percent, […]
Guthrie Public Schools learned last week they will receive less dollars in state aid after the midyear adjustment numbers were released by the State Department of Education (SDE). A reduction the school district knew was coming. “We were planning on this. This is not a surprise to us. We budgeted for it,” Dr. Mike Simpson […]
Amy Cook accepts her plaque and gift card from Charter Oak Elementary Principal Jeff Ball.
Guthrie Public Schools recognized their December Support and Certified Employees of the Month. Charter Oak Principal Jeff Ball nominated and presented Amy Cook, a paraprofessional at Charter Oak, as the Support Employee of the Month. Central Elementary Principal Dani Watson nominated and presented Barbara Christianson, a first grade teacher at Central, for the Certified Employee of the Month. […]
STILLWATER, Okla. – Dr. Douglas R. Major, Superintendent/CEO of Meridian Technology Center, was recently voted to serve as President-Elect of the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE), the largest professional organization in the world dedicated to career and technical education. His appointment will begin July 1, 2019, and will continue through 2022. During this […]
Pictured (L-R) is Guthrie High School music teacher Bill Perring, Makayla Deloney, Sophie Evans, Conner Irwin and Junior High music teacher Aubrey Ross.
Guthrie students Makayla Deloney, Sophie Evans and Conner Irwin, along with their music teachers Bill Perring and Aubrey Ross, attended the All-State Choral Festival spent last week in Oklahoma City. The students performed in the All-State Concert on Saturday afternoon in Yukon.
Filing for candidacy for the Free Fair Board started on Monday and closes at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 18 in the County Clerk’s Office. The Clerk’s Office is located inside the Logan County Courthouse (301 E. Harrison). Only registered qualified voters of Logan County shall be eligible to file as a candidate. Any person […]
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for January 14, 2019. Criminal Felony (CF) CF-2019-11 State of Oklahoma v. Miles, Clyne Hubbard CF-2019-12 State of Oklahoma v. Haywood, Chatos Nashawn Civil relief more than $10,000 (CJ) CJ-2019-8 City Of Guthrie v. Pharma, Purdue CJ-2019-9 Dealers Electrical Supply Co v. Code Blue […]
The Guthrie Board of Education had a choice between two calendars for the next school year and on Monday night they made it official. The first day of school for the 2019-2020 school year will be held on August 20 and the last day scheduled for May 22. There are two snow make up days […]
Picture (L-R) Blake Wimsey, Peyton Hayes and Shurlyn Maltz
Junior High teacher Shurlyn Maltz says Peyton Hayes is a rare gem of an eighth grader who lives the definition of humility as she walks the halls of the Junior High. Peyton was recognized at Monday night’s Board of Education meeting as the January Student of the Month. “Whether it is being a strong friend […]
The Guthrie man accused of killing his wife has been charged with second degree murder. Clyne Hubbard Miles was charged on Monday afternoon inside the Logan County Courthouse. The 48-year-old was also charged with possession of a firearm after a former conviction of a felony. Bond has been set at $200,000. On January 6, Clyne […]
January is Train Your Dog Month and Walk Your Dog Month! Even though that may sound like a bit much to fit all into one month, you can combine both activities to make each more fun than they would be on their own. I’ve decided to combine the two for myself and my dogs by […]