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City of Guthrie Announces New Accountant /Special Projects Officer

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The City of Guthrie is excited to announce and welcome Maria Young as the new Accountant/Special Projects Officer. Maria will join the City of Guthrie leadership team on Monday, March 9, 2020. Maria has 9 years of accounting experience including 3 years as an Accounting Manager at Mar-K Specialized Manufacturing. Maria also holds a Master of Science Degree in Accountancy.  

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Morgan, Reed named Lions Students of the Month

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Guthrie Noon Lions honored Guthrie High School’s March students of the month, Luke Morgan and Amanda Reed. Luke is the son of Seth & Michelle Morgan and Tashia & Jay Cheves. Amanda is the daughter of William Reed. Luke is a championship golfer as well as part of the boys basketball team. He plans to attend college and play golf for the Baylor Bears. Amanda is involved in student council, NHS, Mu Alpha Theta, and is a trainer for the baseball team. She plans to attend the University of Oklahoma pursuing pre-medical imaging-sonography. They are pictured with Guthrie High School counselor, Annie Chadd and Guthrie Noon Lions Club president, Jerry Ball.
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Robbins named Rotary Student of the Week

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Guthrie High School senior Bo Robbins was named this week’s Rotary Student of the Week. He is the son of Seth and Melynn Robbins. Some of Bo’s achievements at Guthrie include being a two-time state champion in golf, placing fourth individually at state his junior year, being a member of STUCO and Mu Alpha Theta. He is also a member of the NHS Executive Council, he’s a three-time Albert Pike Award winner, Academic All-State recipient, boys state delegate, and ASGA Leadership Links Fundraiser for RISE where he raised $3,000. After high school, Bo will attend the United States Air Force Academy where he will play golf and study prelaw. Pictured with Bo is Guthrie High School principal Chris LeGrande and Rotary member Maggie Clark.
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Paying it forward

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When Ryan and Tara Weathers came up with the idea to build and place a blessing box at Coyle Public Schools, they had no idea how quickly it would all come together. Ryan, a Coyle Junior High math teacher and coach, said the Fellowship of Christian Athletes, also known as FCA, did an Oreo ball fundraiser in December and it was so successful that the blessing box was built and placed in front of Coyle Elementary School over the course of two months.
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Sterkel Promoted to InterBank President of Guthrie

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I n t e r B a n k ’ s Board of Directors is pleased to announce the promotion of Brian Sterkel to Community Bank President of the Guthrie market. Brian is a native of Guthrie and a 1995 Guthrie High Alum. He graduated from St. Gregory’s University with a degree in communications and was a four year letterman of the SGU golf team.