June 24, 2011 In a previous update I mentioned that in May we received notice from the Oklahoma Department of Transportation that a pre-work conference to review plans for paving 3.5 miles of Western Ave. was scheduled for June 7.
State Superintendent Janet Barresi cast the tie-breaking vote, on Thursday, that will cut several popular state programs, including 12 million in teacher bonuses, to approve the upcoming budget that begins July 1st.
The following is a safety alert by The Association of County Commissioners of Oklahoma. According to NOAA, “Heat is the number one weather-related killer in the United States. On average, more than 1,500 people in the U.S. die each year from excessive heat. This number is greater than the 30-year mean annual number of deaths […]
The three Logan County Commissioners met last week in their regular session meeting with Chairman Mark Sharpton, member Monty Piearcy and member Mike Pearson.
The City of Guthrie is now selling permits for the upcoming Fourth of July thanks to the new ordinance that was approved earlier this month by the Guthrie City Council.
With two meetings and a work shop, the Guthrie Public Works Authority and City Council worked through a busy consent agenda in their regular scheduled Tuesday meeting.
Story submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com on Tuesday, June 21st. Almost one month after tornadoes ripped through parts of the state, tornado victims are being provided with food assistance.
The lightning safety community reminds you that there is little you can do to substantially reduce your risk if you are outside in a thunderstorm. The only completely safe action is to get inside a safe building or vehicle.
A Guthrie man and his passenger were injured in a single-car accident Saturday, June 18th, just before 6 p.m. on County Street 2950 near County Road 1550 in Grady County.
Story submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com on Monday, June 20th. A local children’s shelter has found a unique way to raise money while having fun.
NBC Sports immediately became under fire shortly after the network trimmed two references of the Pledge of Allegiance during an opening piece of the major golf tournament, U.S. Open Championship, that aired Sunday.
June 20, 2011 The Oklahoma Constitution contains a clause that says that for any speech or debate in the egislature, legislators shall not be questioned in any other place. In other words, the speech of Representatives while considering legislation is sacrosanct. The clause mirrors a provision in the US Constitution and places a priority on […]
The National Weather Service in Norman is expecting a cold front today that could bring some severe weather to the Guthrie area after 4:00 this afternoon.
For the seventh time this month, Guthrie has gone over triple digit temperatures and in the process breaking some daily records.
June 17, 2011 While many of a county commissioner’s duties involve maintenance of roads and bridges, there are also administrative tasks to tend to. This update provides some insight into those activities.
A special City Council meeting workshop and Guthrie Public Works Authority meeting will convene on the third floor of City Hall on June 21st starting at 6:00.
The Tulsa man whose body was recovered in the Cimarron River on Wednesday afternoon has been identified as Joshua Griffin, 24, a Langston University student.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is looking for information that may help them close the case on an Oklahoma City woman who was found in the Cimarron River in late May.
Wednesday morning, at approximately 11:30, members of the Oklahoma Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force arrested an Oklahoma City man for soliciting sex with a minor with the use of technology and violation of the Oklahoma Computer Crimes Act.
The Cimarron River in Logan County swept away a Tulsa man who fell into a hole in the river late Wednesday morning. Joshua Griffin, 24, was recovered in eight feet of water a few short hours later at 3:15 p.m.