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Ogle named Junior High principal in special meeting

June 3, 2013 1 comment

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In a brief special meeting on Monday evening, the Guthrie Board of Education selected a new leader for the upcoming 2013-14 school year at Guthrie Junior High. Read more…

Parts of town cleaning up after flood waters

June 3, 2013 2 comments

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Now with the water levels back down at both the Cottonwood Creek and Snake Creek, the clean up phase has taken over. Read more…

Categories: News, Weather

The right kind of leadership

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Before this year’s legislative session, pundits opined about the divided Republican caucus in the House. The 2012 session had not been an easy one and those pundits enjoyed pointing to the allegedly fractured group of Republican Representatives and perhaps predicting ensuing chaos. Those predictions did not come true in part due to extremely effective leadership by new House Speaker TW Shannon. Read more…

Chamber Chat: American Picker Show wanting to come to town

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The YMCA is looking for Lifeguards for the summer. You must be 16yrs or older & they will provide FREE training & a multi-year certification @ a $250 value! For more information call 282-8206. Read more…

Ask Dr. Anna: Lumps or bumps that you find on your pet

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It’s very important to notify your veterinarian of any lumps or bumps that you find on your pet.  Benign skin growths are common in dogs and cats but they should always be checked to make sure they are not cancerous. Read more…

Categories: Column, Pets

Guthrie Superintendent: “How did the first year go?”

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I’ve been asked by many members of the community “How did the first year go?”  That is such a tough question because so many things have happened in education in this state as well as on a national scale. Read more…

City was well staffed for last weekends flood event

June 3, 2013 2 comments

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When the Cottonwood Creek made its way out of its banks and into the streets of Guthrie’s west side over the weekend, the City of Guthrie’s plan was already in place. Read more…

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