Candidates for municipal office in six Logan County municipalities file declarations of candidacy beginning at 8 a.m. Monday, February 2. Three city council seats and the mayor position for the City of Guthrie are up for election.
The votes were counted on Tuesday and it concluded with mix results for two sales tax propositions. Voters approved a three-fourths of one percent tax for Logan County. Meanwhile, City of Guthrie voters rejected a proposed one percent increase.
The board of Logan County United Way wanted to do something special this fall and found just the thing at the Mulhall-Orlando second Grade Classroom of Julie Wiss.
Ben Beck, of Troop 850 of Guthrie, was awarded the Eagle Scout Award on July 20 at a court of honor held at the Zion Lutheran Church. Scoutmaster Chris Watson presented the Eagle Scout Medal to Beck.
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.
The Logan County Task Force immediately assembled soon after a horrific EF5 tornado ripped through the town of Moore on Monday afternoon.
The filing period ended Wednesday evening for city government races in Logan County. In Guthrie, all four offices will be contested, including the mayor race.
Making the Christmas holidays even better, the United Way of Logan County announced the distribution of over $22,000 in “Venture Grants” to four agencies for specific programs to enhance communities in Logan County.
Two school board positions at Guthrie Public Schools as well as other schools in Logan County are up for election this February. With the filing period now over, only one position will be contested in the county.
Firefighters of the recent wildfires around Logan County are in need of supplies. Meanwhile, others are thankful for the generous donations.
It is amazing how a little thing like a soda pull tab can make such a big difference, but they can when there are a lot of them.
On Wednesday, March 7th SWAT (Students Working Against Tobacco) recruitment was conducted at the Mulhall-Orlando High School. The group was able to recruit 44 students.
Authorities were dispatched out early Saturday morning and upon arrival found a woman laying face down in a ditch near Main Street in Mulhall.