MULHALL
LCEDC  /  212 WEST OKLAHOMA  /  GUTHRIE, OK 73044  /  405.282.0060  /  kaywade@logancountyedc.com
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Pop:
225

Housing Units:
94

Total Area:
.25 Sq.Mi.

City Government:
Town Clerk
Council

Water System:
Rural Water District 3

Wastewater
Treatment:
City

Electricity:
OG&E

Natural Gas:
Lee-Ann Gas
Company

Telecommunications:
AT&T

Churches: 3

Newspaper:
Guthrie News Leader
Daily Oklahoman
Originally know as Alfred OT, this community
became Mulhall in 1890. Named after Zack
Mulhall, a rancher and famous name in rodeo
and wild west shows, it was home to the Mulhall
family and their daughter Lucille for whom the
word "Cowgirl" was first used.

Lucille was a world champion rodeo star and
traveled with her father's wild west events and
with the Miller Brothers 101 Ranch Show
out of Ponca City OK. Lucille performed with
both Tom Mix and Will Rogers who is credited
with teaching her to twirl a rope!

Lucille's Restaurant, pictured above is still a
favorite among Oklahoma residents and in it's
location in the old bank building on Mulhall's
main street was the only building to survive a
massive tornado in 1999.

Mulhall has a brand new school and a school
system with one of the highest API's in the
State of Oklahoma.

Located just north of Guthrie and the Cimarron
River, this town is a thriving community with
rich pasture and farmland to rival any in the
nation. Mulhall is a true example of the lifestyle
of the rural Oklahoma heartland.
No story of Mulhall OK
is complete without a
tribute to Lucille, The
First "Cowgirl"!

But there is more for
Mulhall to celebrate.

On April 22, 2008 the children of the Mulhall school
reenacted the Land Run of 1889 on their ball field in
costume and with as much historical accuracy as
possible. It is this spirit  along with location, climate
and a rich agricultural heritage that makes Mulhall
a fitting candidate for investment and further
economic development.