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 upcoming April 2 election will have two seats up for grabs on the Guthrie city council. Check out the introduction videos of the four candidates and a candidate that did not draw an opponent. You can view the candidate videos following this article hosted by Guthrie Chamber of Commerce CEO Tracy Zserdin. A forum […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – The House of Representatives today passed a measure aimed at encouraging more doctors to practice in rural areas of the state. House Bill 2511, by House Speaker Charles McCall, would reduce a doctor’s tax liability by up to $25,000 annually if he or she practices in a rural community for the tax […]
CThe first month of the legislative session has been a whirlwind of activity. I wanted to share some of the more important things that have happened. Last week, the governor signed House Bill 2597, also known as “Constitutional Carry.” This allows any person to exercise their Second Amendment right to carry either a concealed or […]
The last few weeks have seen a packed schedule of committee meetings, budget and policy discussions and floor votes. Last Wednesday, the Board of Equalization announced a $575 million surplus to put toward the fiscal year 2020 budget. This number is a great indication of how well our economy is doing right now, but we […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Senate Health and Human Services Committee approved with an 11-4 vote a bill from President Pro Tempore Greg Treat that would prohibit abortion in Oklahoma when the U.S. Supreme Court overturns Roe v. Wade or if the U.S. Constitution is amended. “Oklahoma is a pro-life state and Oklahomans have repeatedly made it […]
By the end of this week we will have completed the first month of the of the 2019 session and passed the February 28 deadline for bills introduced in the Senate to be voted on by Senate Committees. One thing we’ve been waiting for is the February meeting of the State Board of Equalization. This […]
Friday, March 8, is the last day to apply for voter registration in order to be eligible to vote in the April 2 Board of Education General Election, Statutory Municipal General Election and Special School Election for Guthrie SD I-1, Cashion SD I-089, Luther SD I-3, the City of Guthrie, the City of Crescent and […]
Two weeks ago, newly sworn-in Gov. Kevin Stitt kicked off the fresh legislative session with his first State of the State Address before a joint Legislature. In his address, the Governor outlined a conservative, pro-economic growth plan for Oklahoma that demands government accountability and efficiency while also addressing the needs of our core agencies. He […]
The last several weeks have been a roller coaster ride as my fellow freshmen members of the Senate and I have been preparing for the 2019 legislative session. We’ve been through caucus meetings, orientation and training sessions, awaiting our committee appointments then working with staff to get bills filed ahead of the session. It went […]
Governor Kevin Stitt delivered his first State of the State on Monday inside the State Capitol. Oklahoma’s new Republican governor wants to use a projected budget surplus to give a $1,200 pay raise for public school teachers that would bring the state to tops in the region for pay and benefits for educators. EMBARGOED COPY […]
Pictured (L-R): Rep. Kevin Wallace, Rep. John Pfeiffer and Rep. Garry Mize.
OKLAHOMA CITY – House Speaker Charles McCall announced committee assignments for standing House committees and appropriation subcommittees of the 57th Oklahoma Legislature, including Republican Representatives Kevin Wallace, John Pfeiffer and Garry Mize. “I am thankful that we have 101 members who are willing to roll up their sleeves and serve where they are most needed,” said […]
State Sen. Chuck Hall has been chosen for a committee leadership post for the 57th Legislature. Hall, R-Perry, will serve as Vice Chair of the Senate Finance Committee. He’s also been appointed to the Full Appropriations Committee,the Appropriations Subcommittee on Public Safety and Judiciary, and the Senate Agriculture and Wildlife Committee. “I’m extremely gratified to have […]
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.
Candidates for the Guthrie city council and mayor position, along with Board of Education candidates throughout Logan County, can begin filing their declaration of candidacy on December 3.
Representative Garry Mize addresses the House floor for the first time as a legislator.
Three representatives with constituents in Logan County, along with all the newly-elected members of the Oklahoma House of Representatives, took their oath of office in the House chamber at the state Capitol in Oklahoma City.
Senator Chuck Hall, R-Perry, was sworn into office in the Senate chamber at the State Capitol on Wednesday afternoon.
State Senator Chuck Hall is now officially on the job as State Senator for District 20. The Perry Republican was sworn in during a ceremony at the Capitol on Wednesday as friends, family and other supporters looked on from inside the Senate Chamber.
Election night went just about as expected as Logan County saw three local races and one county question on a crowded ballot.
The 2018 General Election is here in Oklahoma and Guthrie News Page will bring you all the results as they come in. As in every election, results are not official until the Logan County Election Board certifies all the votes on Friday. Polls are open until 7 p.m. and the results generally start coming in […]
Voters will go to the polls Tuesday for the November 6 Federal State and County General Election, Special Election for Cashion School District, and Logan County EMS Question for voters in the following school districts: Mulhall-Orlando, Coyle, Perkins-Tryon, Luther, Covington-Douglas and Wellston, Logan County Election Board Secretary Sheleen Winscott said.