OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Terry O’Donnell authored three bills advancing criminal justice reform that passed the Oklahoma House of Representatives this week.
It took two votes for the Guthrie city council to decide on how much space is needed for mobile food vendors, who do not pay for space during special events, from the approved event.
A single mother is relieved that her once lost wallet filled with cash fell in the right hands. Those helping hands were two Guthrie High School siblings.
OKLAHOMA CITY – State officials have been notified that information from a third-party vendor database has affected users in Oklahoma after a system intrusion was detected in a website application used by 10 states, including Oklahoma.
Teacher pay, teacher recruitment, reducing administrative costs among measures
OKLAHOMA CITY – The Oklahoma Senate on Wednesday approved several education related bills, including measures that address teacher pay, teacher recruitment, and the reduction of administrative costs, among other issues.
One Cashion teacher and one Cashion school will be honored as finalists at the Professional Oklahoma Educators Foundation Excellence in Education Awards Banquet to be held on April 21.
Four Bluejay Pride Wrestlers attended MyHouse Nationals in Allen, TX on March 11 and 12. Those attending were Jake Carey, Allyn Orndorff, Clayton Carey and Cade Carey. Three of the four wrestlers managed to place in the tournament.
By John D. Doak, Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Special to Guthrie News Page
OKLAHOMA CITY – Lawmakers in the state House have unanimously given their approval to a bill that could save Oklahomans money on their homeowners insurance. House Bill 1720 provides discounts for building resilient homes. Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner John D. Doak is excited to see the progression of the bill which encourages use of the latest […]
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 22, 2017.
A motorcyclist was transported to a Oklahoma City hospital on Wednesday evening after a dog ran into his motorcycle on Guthrie’s west side.
Guthrie native John Kane made a name for himself in the biggest tournament of the year in Brazilian jiu-jitsu by capturing a silver medal.
Last week Expedia’s Viewfinder Travel Blog named Guthrie as Oklahoma’s Most Beautiful City. This week Best of Oklahoma lists Guthrie’s Historic District as a top historical site in the state.
On Tuesday, the Guthrie City council voted to fill a full-time tourism director position for the City of Guthrie and if needed a part-time position for tourism.
The southbound I-35 off-ramp to Waterloo Rd. near Edmond will be narrowed to one lane beginning April 3 when an additional turn lane will be added to the ramp, according to Oklahoma County Commissioner Ray Vaughn. Additionally, the northbound I-35 off-ramp to Waterloo Rd. will narrow intermittently through April for striping and the installation of […]
The Guthrie Fire Department hosted the Wednesday morning Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Coffee. Businesses and organizations shared what was happening with their groups and events around town.
One of the most popular events of the year is returning – Touch The Trucks.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for March 21, 2017.
The Office of Management and Enterprise Services would like to clear up misconceptions about the use of appropriations from the Lottery Trust Fund.