The Guthrie Noon Lions Club recently celebrated its 100th year celebration with a wonderful banquet at the Dominion House.
John V. Anderson, chairmen of the board of F&M Bank in nine Oklahoma locations, has been named an inductee of the Oklahoma Bankers Association Hall of Fame for 2019. The award will be presented Thursday, December 5th at the Oklahoma History Center in Oklahoma City.
Anderson has been Chairman Emeritus/Director of F&M Bank in Edmond since 2017.
Anderson graduated from Choctaw High School in 1945 and with the help of his father, went directly to the recruiting station and enlisted in the U.S. Navy at age 17.
A civil lawsuit was filed in Oklahoma County on Nov. 18 against Gaylord Z. Thomas, a former Guthrie City Council member.
According to court documents, Thomas is being accused of sexual assault, intentional infliction of emotional distress, sexual harassment, and negligence.
t’s finally here! The holiday season hits hard and fast this week, with Christmas lights going up everywhere and early shopping already starting. Always in the holiday spirit, UCO’s musical theatre department presents another fun night of music with their latest themed revue. There’s No Business Like Snow Business features holiday songs, fun costumes, and a cheery, wintery show at the UCO Jazz Lab. Like their annual Halloween revue Macabret, Snow Business puts a Christmas spin on musical theatre tunes, and showcases nearly 100 of UCO’s finest Musical Theatre students.
The Oklahoma ‘89er Days Celebration is just months away with the dates of April 14-18, 2020. The search for a successor for 2019 Queen Rebeka Breger, of Cashion, and 2019 Princess Halle Barker, of Jones, will happen on December 14 and 15 in Edmond and in Guthrie. The competition will take place on Saturday December 14 at Silver Wind Stables at Windy Meadows, 24412 N. May in Edmond starting at 9 a.m. This will be the fourth year in a row that the event has been hosted by the staff at Silver Wind Stables. The competition is rain or shine as the arena is enclosed.