With the City of Guthrie’s initiative of removing dilapidated structures, city council members approved the demolition for six structures.
While it will not be a full functioning park by next week, the City of Guthrie announced Banner Park will soon be opening to the public.
The City of Guthrie has announced Shawnda Price as the new Director of Economic Development. Price was born and raised in Midland, Texas and is currently finishing her Bachelor of Arts Degree in Public Relations from Texas Tech University. Shawnda gained hands on marketing and public relations experience as a marketing intern for both Benchmark […]
The City of Guthrie will hold a public hearing on Tuesday evening to propose a splash pad and playground project for Mineral Wells Park.
After being heavily damaged earlier this year by a construction company, the Guthrie city council last week approved to begin repairing the 5th Street bridge.
After nearly five years with the City of Guthrie, Tourism Director Andrea Post has resigned from her position to begin a new chapter in her life.
Guthrie City Manager Leroy Alsup has been selected to the next Leadership Oklahoma class.
The May sales tax collections for the City of Guthrie was not the largest jump this year, but it was a significant increase.
After two years inside City Hall, the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce will be back on street level.
The Oklahoma Municipal League (OML) Field Representatives recently held a regional round table meeting in Guthrie. Approximately twelve representatives from five area communities met to discuss issues related to economic development and municipal governance.
The latest sales tax numbers for the City of Guthrie continue to show momentum.
The latest sales tax numbers are in for the City of Guthrie and the City continues to see increased numbers.
The department that citizens depend on for extinguishing house fires and rendering medical care when life or death is on the line is running low on manpower. Several factors play a role, but there appears to be no easy solution on fixing the issue that is plaguing the Guthrie Fire Department.
The City of Guthrie has identified four water main replacements they want to see replaced to begin the process of improving the City’s water system. They are hopeful a developmental block grant will help fund the process.
The February sales tax numbers are in for the City of Guthrie. While sales tax dollars were down from January, the February numbers were higher than expected.
Check out the December/January 2018 Edition of “ON THE MOVE” with Guthrie City Manager Leroy Alsup.
Sales tax numbers continue to be encouraging for the City of Guthrie.
This Tuesday, November 7, the Mayor’s Walk and Talk program will start at Honor Park (2nd Street and Harrison Ave.) at 8:30 a.m.
The weekly “Walk and Talk with the Mayor” is scheduled for Tuesday, October 31 at Highland Park pool at 8:30 a.m. The one mile walk will be along the Highland Trails and then we will have coffee at Highland Hall to discuss the disc golf program and get a sneak preview of some of the […]
On Tuesday, at 8:30 a.m. at the Highland Park swimming pool, Mayor Steve Gentling will begin a special program aimed at getting some exercise, shedding a few pounds and talking about some of the programs and future activities impacting our city. It’s called “Walk and Talk with the Mayor” and says it will be great […]