Archive for the ‘Coyle’ Category

Air conditioner possibly to blame in house fire

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Fire crews rushed to a trailer home on Wednesday afternoon in eastern Logan County. The home is reported as a total loss. Read more…

County jail being paid off early; officials hopeful for county sales tax

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Logan County’s citizens may remember, in 2005, they passed a ten year sales tax proposition to fund the building, operation and maintenance of the new Detention Center over a period of ten years.  The termination of that sales tax is August 2015. Read more…

Sheriff’s Office opens new substation in Coyle

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The Logan County Sheriff’s Office announced the opening of their newest sub-station in the community of Coyle. Oklahoma State Bank has partnered with the department to enable this addition to the Sheriff’s Office. Read more…

10 parents facing charge of not sending their children to school

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A group of Logan County parents will be in front of a judge facing possible fines or even jail time for failing to comply with the Oklahoma Compulsory Education Act. In total, 10 people have been charged for not sending their children to school on a routine basis.

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GPWA receives loan to expand water service to Coyle

June 18, 2014 1 comment

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The Guthrie Public Works Authority has received a $470,000 principal forgiveness loan through the Oklahoma Water Resources Board (OWRB) to help finance the expansion of water service to the community of Coyle.   Read more…

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Coyle student facing a charge of terrorism hoax

February 26, 2014 Leave a comment

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A forensic document examiner has helped detectives at the Logan County Sheriff’s Office make an arrest of a Coyle juvenile. The 15-year-old suspect will be arrested and processed into the Office of Juvenile Affairs system to stand for the charge of Terrorism Hoax. Read more…

Categories: Coyle, Crime, News

Guthrie schools possibly out over $400,000 next school year

January 14, 2014 8 comments

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Guthrie Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson shared some “painful” news with school board members in their regular scheduled board meeting on Monday evening. Simpson says the school district could possibly be out over $400,000 next school year and over a million dollars in bonding capacity due to a recent tax reduction. Read more…

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