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City seeking sales tax election for July 14; increase to benefit capital projects

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The Guthrie city council will likely seek a proposed sales tax election to registered voters for a half-cent sales tax increase that would benefit capital projects for the City, including such items as a ladder truck for the Guthrie Fire Department, upgrade and relocation of youth baseball and softball fields and beautification. The proposal may be in the hands of voters in the July 14 special election. Read more…

Categories: City Council, Money, News

Logan County filings for March 17, 2015

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The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 17, 2015. Read more…

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Logan County filings for March 16, 2015

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The following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 16, 2015. Read more…

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State Capital Publishing Company: Proposals sought for historic Guthrie building

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OKLAHOMA CITY — The Office of Management and Enterprise Services on Monday issued a request for proposals (RFP) for the purchase or lease and redevelopment of the historic Oklahoma State Capital Publishing Company building located at 301 W. Harrison in heart of historic downtown Guthrie. Read more…

Categories: News

Coyle Community Improvement Committee works alongside thousands of Oklahomans this Spring

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Coyle, OK – March, 2015 – The Coyle Community Improvement Committee is encouraging people of all ages to demonstrate that they love where they live by joining hands and volunteering for the 2015 Great American Cleanup™ (GAC) in Oklahoma coordinated by Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB). Read more…

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Town of Coyle receives OGE Growth Grant

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Keep Oklahoma Beautiful (KOB) has notified the Town of Coyle that their Great American Cleanup™ (GAC) in Oklahoma effort this spring has been awarded a 2015 OGE Growth Grant. The group is among 26 groups across the state that have been selected to receive a $200 Start-Up or $300 Growth cash award made possible by OGE Energy Corp.  Read more…

Categories: Coyle

Annual Trash Off Day set for residents on April 10 and 11

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The City of Guthrie, with the generous support of Ace Hardware and EMI, will host the annual Guthrie Trash Off for Guthrie residents on Friday, April 10 and Saturday, April 11 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. at 1506 N. Academy Road.

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Senate Minutes with AJ Griffin: Oil prices impacting energy states

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I believe one of the most basic traits shared by Oklahomans is resilience.  Throughout this state’s history, we have been faced with tremendous challenges which we’ve met with grit, tenacity, and the faith that ultimately we would prevail.  I am just as confident of our ability to work through tough economic challenges. Read more…

Lions Club honors Bill Wagoner with national award

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The Guthrie Noon Lions Club recently honored Bill Wagoner (1924-2014), long time Guthrie resident and retired Superintendent of Guthrie schools, with the Melvin Jones Fellowship Award.  Read more…

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Massive reduction in the scope of State government

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Over the past several years, if you have been in attendance while I spoke at the various civic groups and town hall meetings, you have likely heard me describe the study which initiated the move by the House of Representatives to modernize and downsize Oklahoma state government. Read more…

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