OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin extended a state of emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to the winter storm and flooding that continues to impact the state.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners accepted two more resignations from the Crescent EMS I-2 Board of Directors last week. Moments later, the commissioners appointed three new members with one commissioner abstaining from the vote.
After the recent wildfires south and east of Guthrie it became apparent that there was a need for a consolidation of services and resources so that those affected by tragedy could easily determine where to go for help. Although many organizations and individuals stepped up and eagerly offered help, it became quite confusing to many […]
What started out as a one day event has now blossomed into a major relief effort for the tornado victims in several communities as students and citizens of Guthrie have come together to help.
The Logan County Task Force immediately assembled soon after a horrific EF5 tornado ripped through the town of Moore on Monday afternoon.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today declared a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to extreme or exceptional drought conditions.
Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow issued a burn ban on Monday for the city limits of Guthrie. However, this does not include the county at this time.
Authorities, including the Guthrie Police Department, are looking for a missing elderly woman from Kingfisher.
Norman, Okla.– Tornadoes, wildfires, earthquakes and floods. Oklahoma is no stranger to disasters, but when it happens, there are no strangers among us. Oklahomans have a solid tradition of stepping up and helping out our neighbors in need, but having the right training is essential to an effective response.
Weather forecasters are alarming people to be aware of a significant threat of serious storms for the next three days for Oklahoma, including Logan County and Guthrie.
By Kara Walters Special to Guthrie News Page Our friends in Texas were impacted by tornadoes and violent storms, leaving a path of destruction, injuries, and dozens of communities without power, food and water. Here in Oklahoma, we know what it’s like to face such devastation and destruction.