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Gregory Charles Depew

Gregory Charles Depew, age 60 of Guthrie, Oklahoma passed away November 19, 2020 in Guthrie. He was born on October 16, 1960 in Guthrie to Don Depew and Carmen (Smith) Lucien Gregory attended Ashland High School in Ashland, Oregon and graduated in 1978.

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Dennis Lynn Cramer, age 70 of Guthrie, Oklahoma was born on November 12, 1950 in Hardtner, Kansas to Jack and Betty (Freeman) Cramer. He passed away on November 21, 2020 in Guthrie. Local arrangements were under the direction of Hayes Funeral Home. Services are pending at this time with Larrison Mortuary in Pratt, Kansas. Friends and family may sign the online guestbook at

Meridian Technology Center Launches Virtual Tour of Tech to Connect with Future Students;  Chat with Student Sessions Begin December 2 


Stillwater, Oklahoma — Future Meridian Technology Center students and their families can get an inside look at the hands-on learning offered at the Tech with the school’s new virtual tours.  


The site,, features a self-guided virtual tour of the school's 20 plus career training programs using 360-degree photos, videos that feature a current student and the program's instructor, and program overviews.  


Parents to Rally at the Capitol to Protest School Closures


Concerned Oklahoma parents of public-school students will be rallying at the State Capitol on TODAY to demand a greater voice and role in education, especially as it relates to decisions involving school closures and virtual learning. The rally will begin on the South steps of the Capitol at 11AM and include several speakers. Parents will then meet with legislators as well as representatives from the governor’s office.



Oklahoma City - Over 65,000 pounds of food collected by Boy Scouts across Central and Southwestern
To help alleviate hunger in our community, Scouting for Food collected more than 65,000 pounds of
food between November 7-20. Scouting for Food is an annual collection of nonperishable food items,
coordinated across the 24 counties served by the Last Frontier Council. Various food pantries across the
community will receive the food collected, and in turn, give the food to hundreds of individuals or
families in need.