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Guthrie fast food restaurant closes down

September 19, 2016 Leave a comment

A long-time fast food restaurant that has served Guthrie for many years has closed their doors. 

Kentucky Fried Chicken posted they have shut down operations at their store located at 112 W. Noble. 

Employees were notified of the decision on Sunday. 

A note posted on the door early Monday morning stated, “Sorry closed for meeting” and was replaced by Monday afternoon with “Closed – Sorry to inform you this location is closed – Thank you for your many years of support.”

Categories: Business, News

Logan County tax reform to go into law

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Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin has signed the proposal to reform county government election law. House Bill 1400, proposed by State Representative Jason Murphey and State Senator Anthony Sykes, requires county governments to allow voters to cast a distinct and separate vote on county tax questions. Read more…

Juvenile crashes stolen car and flees the scene

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Categories: Crime, News, Traffic

Guthrie poised to become epicenter of music festivals again this fall

April 30, 2015 Leave a comment

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Oklahoma City (April 30, 2015) – Dream Portal Productions presents TALOA Music Festival September 25-27, 2015, in Guthrie, OK. The all-ages festival will take place in the Cottonwood Flats, just blocks away from historic downtown. TALOA taps an eclectic blend of down tempo, electro, funk, soul, jazz, hip-hop, bluegrass and folk (new grass), blues-rock and red dirt stylings that will please the musical palates of multiple generations.  Read more…

Categories: Entertainment, News

Okla. scientists suspected quakes linked to oil 8 years ago

April 28, 2015 Leave a comment

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Mike Soraghan, E&E reporter
EnergyWire: Monday, April 27, 2015

This story was updated at 11:54 a.m. EDT.

The Oklahoma Geological Survey jolted the national drilling debate last week when it announced oil and gas activity was “very likely” causing the earthquakes plaguing the state. Read more…

Categories: News

EnergyWire: Rattled daily, Oklahomans ponder a ‘big one’

April 28, 2015 Leave a comment

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Mike Soraghan, E&E reporter
EnergyWire: Monday, April 6, 2015

GUTHRIE, Okla. — Oklahomans might be getting used to being the earthquake capital of the country, not that they particularly like it. But what they’re worried about now is the big one. Read more…

Categories: News

Chamber president submits resignation; selection committee to find replacement

April 27, 2015 Leave a comment

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Mary Coffin, President and CEO of the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce, made it public on Monday that she is leaving the Chamber after serving for over six years. Read more…

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GPS announces public forums for upcoming bond election

April 23, 2015 Leave a comment

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Two public forums have been finalized for patrons of the Guthrie Public School District to discuss the upcoming bond election slated for May 12. Representatives from the Board of Education and administration will be present as well as The Stacy Group Architects.  Read more…

New law makes county assessors more transparent when lowering assessment ratios

April 23, 2015 Leave a comment

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Beginning Nov.1, county assessors in Oklahoma will need to follow protocol when it comes to decreasing the percentage of real or personal property. Gov. Mary Fallin approved the bill this week authored by State Rep. John Pfeiffer (R-Mulhall). Read more…

Categories: News, Politics

Justice Department honors Guthrie woman in Washington, D.C.

April 22, 2015 1 comment

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The Department of Justice recognized Suzanne Kay Breedlove, from Guthrie, Oklahoma with the Ronald Reagan Public Policy Award for creating clear policies for crime victims’ compensation in tribal communities, during the National Crime Victims’ Rights Service Awards ceremony on Tuesday in Washington, D.C. Read more…

Categories: News
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