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Telling the untold stories

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When the American soldiers returned home from World War II in 1945, they were greeted as heroes in the United States. Veterans were met with parades to honor them and recognize the sacrifices they had made. The same could not be said for the veterans of the Vietnam War. There were no welcome-home rallies. Instead, most Vietnam veterans returned stateside to a society that didn’t care about them. Veterans were told to not talk about their time in the war or to even mention being a veteran at all. One of those veterans was Guthrie graduate and former Lighthorse Air Cavalry helicopter pilot Rex Gooch.
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Sheriff Devereaux and team assist Oklahoma County during protest

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In the wake of George Floyd’s death last week, thousands of protestors took to the streets of Oklahoma City Sunday night to voice their frustration with acts of police violence against black Americans. With the influx of protestors, the Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office sought out assistance to help monitor the protest. Among some of the agencies offering assistance were 25 officers of the Logan County Special Response team and the Logan County Sheriff’s Office.

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Good News Made Possible By

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Tracy Zserdin loves to see and help people and companies do good. Zserdin, former CEO and President of the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce has recently taken the position as the Vice President of Customer Success for Made Possible By. The company was founded by Zserdin, her husband Mike, Gregory (Heady) Coleman, and two individuals from Oklahoma City.
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Guthrie Public Works Authority to discuss water shut-offs

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The Guthrie Public Works Authority will hold their regularly scheduled meeting Tuesday night starting at 7 p.m. The only agenda item is a discussion and possible action item for the utility department to resume water shut-offs to City of Guthrie customers.
The city halted water shut-offs in March and the GPWA discussed it in April but opted to wait for the May shut-off report from city clerk Kim Biggs. The numbers are in and there are currently 427 delinquent bills with 49 of them rural water customers. The average bill is approximately $120.