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Logan County filings for February 27, 2015

February 28, 2015 1 comment

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The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for February 27, 2015. Read more…

Categories: Public Records

Logan County filings for February 26, 2015

February 28, 2015 1 comment

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The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for February 26, 2015. Read more…

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American Legion Post celebrating birthday on March 15; honoring Cpt. Leo Lebron

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On March 15, The American Legion Post in Guthrie will be celebrating the American Legion’s birthday by having a large celebration at their Post. Read more…

Categories: Community

DPS: Fatality report for the month of December

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Department of Public Safety officials report 52 traffic-related fatalities in December 2014 compared to 45 in the same month last year. Read more…

Categories: News, Traffic

DPS: Fatality report for the month of November

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Department of Public Safety officials report 54 traffic-related fatalities in November 2014 compared to 56 in the same month last year. Read more…

Categories: News, Traffic

Letter to the Editor: ODOT has shown unfair treatment to property owners

February 28, 2015 3 comments

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My name is Don Benton, a life long resident of Guthrie. I went to school here, married here, raised my family here and in the early 1980’s I opened a small business on West Noble here. I tore down a half block of old houses in the West Guthrie bottom and I personally built a concrete structure raised up over the flood plane that I’ve always been proud of. Read more…

Categories: Column, Traffic

District 1 update: Right of way utility relocation continues

February 28, 2015 1 comment

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This week began and ended with another blast from the north that dropped our temperatures, and threatened road conditions and the safety of our residents. Our decisions and priority of action on which roads to sand/salt/plow is a coordinated effort with our county Sheriff’s central dispatch team. They notify us, day or night, of any unsafe changes in road conditions based on real time observations. Our goal, like yours, is to help avoid or reduce the likelihood of a traffic accident. So please remember when traveling in bad weather you can help by taking extra time to arrive at your destination, check road conditions and slow down accordingly, watch out for the other guy, and most important, get there in one piece. Read more…

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