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.
The Guthrie City Council unanimously voted Tuesday evening to bring in a third-party business recruitment business to provide retail and restaurant recruitment/development services.
It was a well-below voter turnout on Tuesday for the Guthrie school board and city council elections. Less than five percent of eligible voters decided the election for the school board seat.
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 Oklahoma City woman filed a tort claim with the City of Guthrie after she says her body slammed on a city sidewalk.
The Guthrie City Council has called for a special meeting next week involving the case with terminated Guthrie police officer Mark Bruning.
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 […]
Late last week, the City of Guthrie admitted poor quality of water was running through the water system and reminds all citizens they can request to have their lines flushed.
Mark Bruning’s attorney on Monday morning says the City of Guthrie currently owes between $400,000 and $500,000 in back pay, increases and attorney fees.
The Guthrie city council announced their new city manager at a special city meeting on Thursday evening. The announcement comes less than three months since the position became open.
Updated on Feb. 9, 2017 — The Guthrie City Council awarded bids for the 2017 fiscal year Street Capital Improvement Project. The unanimous approval came during the Feb. 7 city council meeting.
The three-day filing period came to an end on Wednesday for four seats on the Guthrie city council and two seats on the Guthrie Board of Education. Both boards are non-partisan.
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.
The Guthrie city council took a step in hopefully providing quality water in the long-term for its citizens and other providers by approving the construction of a low water dam in the Cottonwood Creek.
Pictured is an example of a ladder truck the city council will be considering for the Guthrie Fire Department as part of the City's Capital Improvement Projects.
Guthrie voters approved a 15-year, three-quarters of a penny city sales tax increase nine months ago for Capital Improvement Projects (CIP). Now, it appears a first round of projects is headed to a city council vote for approval.
The City of Guthrie saw their biggest year in sales tax net payment in the past fiscal year.
If you ever wanted to serve on the Guthrie City Council you will have an opportunity to file for your candidacy in December. In total, four positions will be up for grabs in 2017.
For the second straight month, the Guthrie City Council failed to make an appointment to the Guthrie Planning Commission board. Two citizens requested to be placed on the board, but failed to even make it to a council vote despite being recommended by the Mayor.