Funeral services for Deputy David James Wade, 40, of Guthrie, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Lazy E Arena. The public is invited to attend as well as invited to line up Noble Ave. (State Highway 33) for the funeral procession to Summit View Cemetery.
The 88th annual 89ers Parade will be today at noon. Hope to see everyone for the largest Parade in the Great State of Oklahoma! Watch live on GTV 20 (Cox customers only), Guthrie News Page or on the Guthrie News Page Facebook Page.
There were some good times and there were … well some creative beds running down Oklahoma Ave. on Thursday night with the return of The Great Bed Run.
Update: Flood Warning was canceled late Saturday morning. With heavy rains throughout the day on Friday, officials are projecting the Cottonwood Creek will come out of its bank in the early morning hours on Saturday in two locations, including the west side of town.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office announced the David Wade family has set up a memorial fund to benefit the needs of his wife and kids.
One person was taken to a Oklahoma City hospital following a single vehicle accident on I-35 on Friday afternoon.
The following is the Inter-Watch Summary from the Guthrie Police Department for April 18, 2017. Guthrie Police Report April 18, 2017 View the complete GNP Public Records page.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 20, 2017.
Melissa McLawhorn Houston Oklahoma Labor Commissioner Electrocution, struck by, caught between, asphyxiation, fell from height – these are just some of the words used to describe work-related causes of death last year in Oklahoma. But the words do not capture the full impact of the loss.
Due to heavy rains and power outages on Friday morning, events around the 89er Days celebration have been altered or canceled. This article was published at 11:24 a.m. For updates please refresh this page. April 21 Geezers, Gassers & Hawgs & Ronnie Kaye Dancemobile – CANCELED April 21 Big Wheel Race for Kids 3 – […]
The man who was shot and killed after raising a shotgun at three Logan County deputies on Thursday has been identified.
The Logan County Court Clerk’s Office announced the felony and civil dockets will be moved to Tuesday (April 25) due to the courthouse closing on Friday and Monday.
A suspect in southern Logan County raised a shotgun at deputies as he barricaded himself resulting in deputies firing their weapons and killing the suspect, according to the Logan County Sheriff’s Office.
Update at 6:12 — No law enforcement officer suffered any injuries. Update at 5:37 — LCSO, OHP, OCSO are on the scene. Update at 5:26 — Report was a man walking down the road with a shotgun. Updated at 5:26 — Report the suspect has died at the scene. An armed subject has been shot […]
The man seen in a body camera shooting and killing a Logan County deputy could be facing the death penalty, according to Logan County District Attorney Laura Austin-Thomas.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Marty Wilson is leading a search team Thursday morning looking for the gun used to kill Logan County Deputy David Wade earlier this week. Search members include OSBI special agents, Logan County Sheriff’s deputies, Payne County Sheriff’s deputies, Cashion Police officers, ATF agents, and OHP troopers.
Enel Green Power North America began construction of the Red Dirt wind project, its largest wind farm in Oklahoma. The energy and renewable energy credits from Red Dirt will be sold under two long-term agreements, one with T-Mobile US, Inc. and the other with the Grand River Dam Authority.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 19, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for April 18, 2017.
The Logan County Courthouse will be closed on Friday (April 21) as a designated holiday (89er’s) and will close at noon on Monday (April 24) for employees to attend the funeral of Deputy David Wade.