Mack Boles says growing up he spent a lot of time following his older brother Wayne around wanting to be involved with whatever he was doing at the time.
It’s the week that stops in Guthrie. Must be 89er’s Week.
On April 22, 1889 an estimated 50,000 people lined the borders of the “unassigned territory” for the first of five land runs. By the end of the day over 10,000 people had filed claims in Guthrie, Oklahoma. It is that event that has annually been celebrated in Guthrie and will be celebrated with a host […]
He was quick to give credit to a huge group of others, but Don Coffin left the Guthrie Arts and Humanities Council with a day named in his name.
“ I Love Guthrie. I love the people of Guthrie. And I would absolutely love to be the Parade Marshal for the 89ers!” Thus began the recent conversation between Major General LaRita (Rita) Aragon (retired) and 89er Committee Chairman Steve Gentling. Major General Aragon was responding to a short notice inquiry asking whether she would consider being […]
Guthrie Mayor Chuck Burtcher put his signature on a proclamation that will help begin to heighten awareness of child abuse and set the tone for the annual Touch the Trucks.
Heather Luckinbill says growing up one of her favorite parts of Guthrie’s annual 89er Day Celebration parade was getting to watch the 89er queen ride down the street on horseback.
The Guthrie High School drama students attended the OSSAA Regional Speech and Drama tournament at Rose State University last Friday and Saturday.
Albert Hawkes, Commander, American Legion Lebron Post 58, presents a Governor’s proclamation to Guthrie Mayor, Chuck Burtcher at a recent Guthrie City Council meeting.
On April 6th, the Pollard Theatre Company proudly opens the Oklahoma premiere of the Tony Award Nominee, smash hit, Legally Blonde: the Musical, book by Heather Hach, with music and lyrics by Laurence O’Keefe and Nell Benjamin.
“Tuesday’s with Morrie,” the touching autobiographical hit by Mitch Albom, opened at the Pollard Theatre Feb. 3 and runs until Feb. 25. The production is a mid-season replacement of the originally scheduled “Laughter on the 23rd Floor.”