Friday, August 1, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the August 26 City of Guthrie, County, and State Runoff Primary Election, Logan County Election Board Secretary Erin Dorio said today.
The City of Guthrie released a video about the upcoming sales tax election on August 2014.
Several questions have risen since the City of Guthrie announced they will be seeking a one percent sales tax increase to the citizens with a vote on Aug. 26.
People in Guthrie continue to do great things for their community and for those that are in need. The children at St. Mary’s Catholic School are among those who help with special events throughout the year to do such things. Their latest project is now helping children over 8,000 miles away in Siaya, Kenya.
With the expiring county tax for the construction of the Logan County jail upcoming, the Board of County Commissioners voted 2-1 to call for an election to lower the current one percent county sales tax to three-fourths of one percent.
The Citizen Rate and Fee Committee suggested the City Council take a one percent sales tax increase to the voters of Guthrie. On Tuesday, the council unanimously approved the motion to help further aid the fire department, police department, city employees and capital improvements. Now, citizens will have the final say with a special election vote on Aug. […]
A recent independent study released by the State Chamber Research Foundation provides an in-depth examination of the oil and gas industry and how tax policy led to an amazing resurgence.
Campaign Chairman, Don Hardin, announced recently that the United Way of Logan County is very, very close to reaching its goal.
Guthrie Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson shared some “painful” news with school board members in their regular scheduled board meeting on Monday evening. Simpson says the school district could possibly be out over $400,000 next school year and over a million dollars in bonding capacity due to a recent tax reduction.
As of January the 1 2014, Logan County property owners will pay significantly less in yearly ad valorem taxes.
The Guthrie Noon Lions Club recently made a $1,000 contribution to the Territorial Capital Sports Museum (previously known as the Oklahoma Sports Museum) to support its continued growth and success.
The sales tax numbers are not quite what they were expected for in September, with the Gentleman of the Road Stopover, but the City of Guthrie did see a significant increase with perhaps more to come.
As you drive by the Environmental Management buildings east of Guthrie on Highway 33, one would never guess the nation-wide service provided by the men and women of this company.
The City of Guthrie approved a new, optional program available to homeowners, provided through the National League of Cities Service Line Warranty Program administered Utility Service Partners (USP). The Service Line Warranty program provides low cost, worry-free warranty protection for water and sewer lines.
Allstate agency owner Bobby Thompson received the Agency Hands in the Community Award for his commitment to helping others. With this award came a $1,000 grant from The Allstate Foundation for the Logan County Young Marines in Guthrie, where Thompson volunteers.
Sonic has been not just good to Guthrie Public Schools, but Sonic good.
Oklahoma State Bank is pleased to announce that Tyler Latta has joined the Bank as Vice President. Mr. Latta has valuable and varied lending experience. He will be located at the main Guthrie branch, 2610 South Division Street.
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The Annual Used Book Sale of the Friends of the Guthrie Public Library will be on Saturday, Jan. 19. As in past years, the sale will be in the Fellowship Hall of the First United Presbyterian Church, located at 102 E. Noble, in Guthrie. The sale hours are from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Logan County residents, including the Guthrie area, have enjoyed a lower sales tax rate since the sale of Logan Medical Center and Sheriff Jim Bauman is looking to lower it even more.