This photo shows holes in the flooring inside the council chambers. This is one example of several tripping hazards identified by City staff.
The Guthrie city council unanimously approved for City staff to solicit bids for the replacement of flooring on all three floors of the building, which includes the police department. The estimated cost is approximately $45,000 and will be paid with monies from the approved sales tax program (Capital Improvement Projects). “This is a safety issue,” […]
The results are in for the four positions on the Guthrie city council with all nine precincts reporting. Story coming soon. Mayor Mike Monahan 170 votes 31.02% Steve Gentling 378 votes 68.98% Ward 1 Price Purvis 116 votes 46.96% Jim Case 131 votes 53.04% Ward 2 Darryl Gellenbeck 58 votes 28.43% Jeff Taylor 146 votes […]
Following a 20 minute executive session on Monday night, the Guthrie City Council revealed they will not appeal to the Oklahoma Supreme Court in the case against once terminated Guthrie police officer Mark Bruning.
All registered voters within the Guthrie Public School district will cast their vote for the next Board of Education member, while voters in the City of Guthrie (Ward 1) will vote to see who lands in the general election come April.
A public reception will be held to welcome Guthrie’s new city manager. Leroy Alsup begins his role as Guthrie’s city manager on Monday, Feb. 6. He was hired last December and has over 30 years in municipal management and most recently comes from McAlester, where he served as their director of community planning and economic development. A […]
Pictured is an example of a ladder truck the city council approved for the Guthrie Fire Department as part of the City's Capital Improvement Projects.
Two of the biggest Capital Improvement Projects (CIP) the City of Guthrie was hopeful for with the approved city-wide sales tax increase was for the improvement in their fleet, specifically for the Guthrie fire and police departments. On Tuesday, they agreed to their first big purchases.
Community leaders held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday for the Disc Golf course in Highland Park. Photo courtesy of Shelton's Photography
With discs flying through the air at the all new Disc Golf course at Highland Park, members of the City of Guthrie, Guthrie Chamber and community supporters held a ribbon cutting ceremony on Tuesday morning.