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.
Employees at Companion Health Services, Companion Home Health & Hospice, Companion at Home, Golden Age Nursing Home, Willow Creek Nursing Home and Ash Street collectively contributed over $6,400 to the United Way of Logan County.
The Guthrie Territorial Riders continue to make an impact in their community.
Guthrie High School counselor Kristi Blakemore took a group of freshmen to the University of Central Oklahoma Leadership Academy with two students earning scholarship money.
IBC Bank, the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce and the Historic Preservation Commission were on hand Wednesday morning to commemorate the demolition of the IBC Bank building.
The Guthrie City Council held a workshop regarding an increase for the hotel and motel tax rate Tuesday evening. The council heard from the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce and several citizens on a proposed increase rate of anywhere from one to four percent.
After several fines being paid off and generous donations, the Guthrie Public Library donated nearly 800 cans of canned food to a local food bank on Wednesday afternoon.
Recently the Guthrie Kiwanis Club gave a $500 contribution to United Way of Logan County.
A grant by Homeland Security will help the Guthrie Police Department be more visible in the community and help shorten respond time to calls.
Brian Tyson, 18, was diagnosed with rhabdomyosarcoma on June 16, 2011.
The Logan County Rural Water District No. 1 board meeting was jam-packed Thursday evening as several customers were heard regarding their outrageously priced water bills.
The United Way of Logan County kicked their 2012 fundraising campaign off at the American Legion Building Thursday afternoon.