The Town of Coyle has issued a Voluntary Evacuation Order for a specific area due to a projected flood. According to Coyle firefighters, the National Weather Service is predicting a record to near record flood along Main Street (see map). “This will cause these areas of Coyle to be flooded,” one firefighter said. The old […]
The March numbers for the alcoholic beverage tax is normally the least amount in the calendar year and while it holds true so far, the tax dollars have drastically increased for Logan County. For the month of March, Logan County collected $16,018.59 in the tax and is an increase of 178 percent compared to the […]
The findings of a 2018 state audit has led to a felony embezzlement charge on a former mayor for the Town of Coyle. The Logan County District Attorney’s Office filed the charge on Tuesday against 54-year-old Kristie Ranee Schroeder. According to a court document, John Schroeder, husband of then Mayor Kristie Schroeder, was awarded the […]
Logan County continues to see a rise in the Alcoholic Beverage Tax For Cities and Towns. The latest numbers show more than a 70 percent increase in the month of February. For the month of February, Logan County collected $22,227.98 and is an increase of 74 percent compared to the same month ($12,769.54) a year […]
The Guthrie High School wrestling team and the Coyle High School boy’s basketball team were recognized Tuesday morning at the State Capitol. State Representative Garry Mize introduced the wrestling team to the Oklahoma House of Representatives. Afterwards, the team was introduced to the Oklahoma Senate by Senator Chuck Hall. The Bluejays, led by head coach […]
The Coyle High School boys’ basketball team has been named the 2019 Class B Academic State Champions. “Super proud of this group of great athletes that also excel in the classroom,” said head coach Josh Sumrall, who also serves as the school district’s superintendent. The team finished with a grade point average of 3.82. Coyle […]
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 […]
State Superintendent of Public Instruction Joy Hofmeister today announced that 74 Oklahoma high school students have been named to her 2019 Student Advisory Council, the fourth consecutive year the group has been convened to assist Hofmeister and the Oklahoma State Department of Education(OSDE) in matters of policy. One of the 74, includes Coyle High School’s […]
A total of 13 candidates filed with the Logan County Election Board this week to seek office for the Guthrie city council and various boards of education.
The Tri-City Little Lions, a team made up of children from the Coyle, Langston, and Meridian area, are seeking their seventh league championship on Saturday, October 27 with a game time of 7 p.m.
On the November 6 general election, a county question for the creation of a new Emergency Medical District will be on the ballot.
Leon Caldwell, Central Electric Cooperative Operation Round Up president (right), and Peggy Wolfe, Operation Round Up board member (third from right) presents a $1,000 check to members of the Coyle Christian Church to help purchase shoes for students at Coyle Public Schools, represented by Josh Sumrall, Coyle Public Schools Superintendent (second from right).
The Central Electric Cooperative Operation Round Up board recently approved a $1,000 grant to Coyle Christian Church to help with the purchase a pair of shoes for each student at Coyle Public Schools last December.
The department that citizens depend on for extinguishing house fires and rendering medical care when life or death is on the line is running low on manpower. Several factors play a role, but there appears to be no easy solution on fixing the issue that is plaguing the Guthrie Fire Department.
A couple left their home to go to the grocery store, but their trip was cut short when they received a call that their house was on fire.
There will be five seats up for grabs in February for Logan County school’s board of education. Following a three day filing period, three of those seats will be unopposed.
From left to right: Patrick Smith, Coyle Public Schools Principal; Peyton Smith, Coyle School Student Foundation member; Jharra Hollins, Coyle School Student Foundation member; Peggy Wolfe, Community Foundation Board Member; Brendon Weathers, Coyle School Student Foundation member; Kobie Sloan, Coyle School Student Foundation member; and Josh Sumrall, Coyle Public Schools Superintendent
The Community Foundation of Central Electric Cooperative board recently approved a $2,500 grant to Coyle Schools Student Foundation in Coyle. This grant will help to resurface the outside basketball court.
Maurice Williams with Reesethegeek Productions visited with members of the Coyle Volunteer Fire Department and learned their passion for serving their community. “These guys were truly amazing and was very eager to share after just returning from a call,” Williams said. Here is his report.
Storms came roaring through Logan County on Thursday afternoon. Majority of the damage was suffered in Coyle, including vehicles and classroom windows at Coyle Public Schools.
Coyle Public Schools and Keystone Foodservice will be providing and serving a barbecue lunch to those who serve and protect.
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.