Guthrie fast food restaurant closes down

September 19, 2016 Leave a comment

A long-time fast food restaurant that has served Guthrie for many years has closed their doors. 

Kentucky Fried Chicken posted they have shut down operations at their store located at 112 W. Noble. 

Employees were notified of the decision on Sunday. 

A note posted on the door early Monday morning stated, “Sorry closed for meeting” and was replaced by Monday afternoon with “Closed – Sorry to inform you this location is closed – Thank you for your many years of support.”

Categories: Business, News

Multiple vehicle accident on I-35; semi rolled over

September 3, 2016 Leave a comment

The northbound and southbound lanes are obstructed on I-35 following a five vehicle accident. 

Report of a semi-truck was traveling northbound has rolled after going through the cable barrier. 

Both northbound lanes have been shut down near mile marker 159, which is two miles north of Guthrie. 

The call was dispatched at 5:55 a.m. The Guthrie Fire Department and Logan Counry Sheriff’s Office are on the scene. 

There are no reports on injuries at this time. 

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Logan County filings for May 8, 2015

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The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for May 8, 2015. Read more…

Categories: Public Records

John Winters secures grant to fund research

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Muskogee, Okla. – Dr. John Winters was recently informed that he and Dr. Robert Doan of the University of Southern Mississippi were awarded a $500 grant from the National Association for Sports Officials (NASO) to conduct research for the NASO. Read more…

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MTC celebrates success of program completers; recognition event set for May 21

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STILLWATER, Okla. – Nearly 230 students from Meridian Technology Center will be recognized for completing their training during the school’s upcoming Recognition Ceremony. Read more…

Dist. 2 Update: Logan County’s population up 10.4 percent in the last five years

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The Senate and House Appropriations Committees and representatives of the Governor are hammering out a budget as I write this (See Wednesday’s Special Update).  What is at stake for us in District 2 are 15 miles of asphalt roads and five bridges on our 5-year construction plan. The accumulation of funds in the CIRB state general funds account are on the plate for consideration to meet the shortfall in the state’s budget. Read more…

Logan County tax reform to go into law

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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has signed the proposal to reform county government election law. House Bill 1400, proposed by State Representative Jason Murphey and State Senator Anthony Sykes, requires county governments to allow voters to cast a distinct and separate vote on county tax questions. Read more…

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