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Logan County filings for January 28, 2013

January 28, 2013 1 comment

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The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County on January 28, 2013. Read more…

Categories: Public Records

Odor call leads to big bust for Guthrie Police

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A Guthrie residents phone call to the Guthrie Police Department on Monday helped grab drugs, over 12 thousand dollars and three guns that resulted in three arrests.

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Categories: Guthrie Police, News

Sheriff’s Office helps church put plan into place for threats

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The Logan County Sheriff’s Office was recently contacted by Pastor David Nelson of Liberty Church, located on 2807 E. Industrial, and was interested in information on how to better prepare and protect the facility and congregation from threats such … as an active shooter and child abduction situations. The department performed a threat assessment on the facility looking at the structure, processes, and functions of the church. Read more…

Exercise for Fines is back for Guthrie readers

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Exercise for Fines is back! The Guthrie Public Library is again proud to partner with Anytime Fitness and the YMCA to provide library customers the opportunity to work off your library fines. Read more…

Categories: Community, Health

St. Mary’s Mardi Gras dinner set for Feb. 8

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It’s time again for the annual St. Mary’s Mardi Gras Fundraiser. Read more…

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Guthrie Police reports for January 24, 2013

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The following is the Inter-Watch Summary from the Guthrie Police Department for January 24, 2013. Read more…

Murphey to serve on Freedom of Information Oklahoma Board

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House District 31 State Representative Jason Murphey has been named to serve on the board of the Freedom of Information Oklahoma organization. Murphey attended his first board meeting last weekend. “It is an honor to serve on the FOI Oklahoma board,” Murphey said. “The organization plays a pivotal role in working to ensure Oklahoma’s open meeting and open records laws are followed.” Read more…

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