Updated at 1:30 p.m. — There are still several unknowns for this afternoon with the threat of severe weather.
At the May 16 Red Bud Awards Gala, Guthrie was recognized by the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association (OTIA) with a Merit award for “Best New Event” – Red Brick Nights.
One of the most popular events of the year is returning after being postponed in April – Touch The Trucks. The date is now Sunday, June 11 from 1 -3 p.m. at the Guthrie High School parking lot. Once again this year, children – and, um, adults – will be able to explore and climb on all sorts […]
Updated on Thursday, May 18 at 2:30 p.m. — Guthrie Public Schools announced on Thursday afternoon that the 2017 Guthrie High School graduation venue has moved locations. Based on the current forecast of severe weather and heavy rains overnight and into Friday, the Guthrie High School graduation ceremonies, originally scheduled for Jelsma Stadium, will now take place at the Lazy E Arena. […]
Jerry Ball (R) holds the check from the Guthrie Lions Club supporting Sara Womack and Dane Jenkins participation in the American Legions Boys State and Girls State Leadership programs.
The Guthrie Noon Lions club is sponsoring two high school juniors, one male and one female, to attend the Oklahoma Boys State and Girls State leadership programs. The program is sponsored in every state by the American Legion.
By: Blake Wimsey Special to Guthrie News Page Blake Wimsey operates Foundation Insurance in downtown Guthrie. The short answer is yes, you need it. And you want term insurance. Let’s start with explaining exactly what term life insurance is–it pays the face amount to your beneficiary(s) if you die prematurely (during the policy period). Why is […]
April showers bring May flowers, and May flowers bring kittens. Spring is kitten season and often when people succumb to the adorable faces and antics of newborn kittens. Positive that their cat or cats at home will love the youngster as much as they do, they stroll in, place the new kid on the floor […]
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin announced the state of Oklahoma has requested a major disaster declaration from the federal government for 18 counties impacted by severe weather that occurred April 28 – May 2.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for May 16, 2017.
A 15-year-old motorcycle driver avoided serious injuries on Tuesday after a motorist pulled out onto Division St. and striking the teen.
The Guthrie High School Senior Class of 2017 walked through Fogarty Elementary on Tuesday. The seniors make their official walk on Friday at the GHS graduation inside Jelsma Stadium beginning at 7:30 p.m.
Students from Fogarty Elementary packed the auditorium to sing and honor police officers for their Cake With Cops event. The school’s staff and students also recognized the families of two fallen deputies.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for May 15, 2017.
Following actions were filed in the District Court of Logan County for May 12, 2017.
After a verbal argument on Interstate 35, a Texas woman allegedly told her daughter to get out the vehicle. The teen was found walking on the interstate by a Logan County deputy.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners displayed their frustration with a state government agency after an audit showed a $5,000 donation was made for an anniversary party. On Monday morning during commissioner comments, District 3 County Commissioner showed frustration toward Oklahoma Cooperative Circuit Engineering Districts Board (OCCEDB) after a 2016 audit showed a number […]
A student-athlete who wishes to play in high school or junior high athletics, or play in the band, they must have a physical on file. Luckily, and through the generosity of the Mercy Clinic, athletes can have their physical conducted for free. On Thursday (May 18), Guthrie Public Schools will be offering free transportation for students […]
Last Sunday morning, while the kids were getting ready for church I was reading yet another dismal forecast for revenue to education in our state. It detailed lower than planned tax collections for this fiscal year and the effects to core services in our state. I must admit, I’ve gotten fairly proficient at tuning out […]
Students at Faver Alternative High School received a great opportunity to go out into the business world and learn the trades of a specific skill.
Photo courtesy of Jason Reece
With their little caps and gowns fitted just right, the kindergarten Class of 2017 held their graduation services on Friday inside the Cotteral Elementary gymnasium. While most parents can hold on for now, today’s ceremony is a small preview to come in 2029. For some of the small graduates they appeared to have the “cool graduate” […]