Parking along Noble Ave. (Highway 33) will be prohibited for motorists in a nine block stretch. Officials say this will help increase traffic flow on the highway.
Police Chief Don Sweger (middle) takes a photo with Mayor Steve Gentling (left) and an OMAG representative.
The Guthrie Police Department (GPD) accepted a $5,000 grant from Oklahoma Municipal Assurance Group (OMAG) to secure additional body cameras.
Mineral Wells Park and Highland Park will soon be getting updates to the basketball and tennis courts. In addition, a volleyball court will be added to one of the parks. The project will be funded through the capital improvement project (CIP) sales tax revenue.
The City of Guthrie respectfully requests your presence at a celebration to honor Maxine Pruitt for her 25 years of dedicated service to the City of Guthrie.
Guthrie Police Lt. Mark Bruning received a six digit settlement offer for back pay following a city council executive session on Tuesday night.
The City of Guthrie and the YMCA renewed their operational agreement for the Guthrie Municipal Pool this summer.
During a mid-year budget update, Guthrie City Manager Leroy Alsup was quick to point out that the City is not broke or bankrupt, but if they continued their current spending ways they could go down that path.
The Guthrie city council approved to solicit bids for the 5th Street storm water drainage after it had completely collapsed in 2016. The estimated cost for the project is $226,071, according to the City’s engineer.
As a part of the lawsuit agreement between the City of Guthrie and Logan County Rural Water District No. 1, the City will install eight water master meters to measure water leaving the City to Rural Water. On Tuesday, they awarded the bid for $684,209.
Pictured (L-R) is Mayor Steve Gentling, Jeff Taylor, Judge David Hood, Jason Smedley and Jim Case.
The 64th Guthrie City Council was seated Tuesday night for their first meeting inside City Hall.
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 Guthrie city council will have two new members on the seven member board. Two of the four races came down to the wire with one district decided by 9 votes and another by 15 votes.
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 […]
Four seats are up for grabs on Tuesday’s Municipal General Election as voters will head out to the polls to decide the seats on the Guthrie city council.
Following an 11 year lawsuit between the City of Guthrie and Logan County Rural Water District No. 1 (LCRWD1), water customers will soon have to change providers as part of the lawsuit agreement.
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.