With the assistance of the new ladder truck, Guthrie firefighters helped restore Old Glory at St. Mary’s Catholic School.
A search warrant earlier this month inside a Guthrie home revealed several stolen sheriff’s radios and a sheriff’s jacket. The suspect has also been charged with gaining access to a first responder’s confidential program.
A man was transported by Guthrie EMS to an Oklahoma City hospital after he was struck on S. Division St.
The engine compartment of a 250 Ford King Ranch caught fire Tuesday afternoon. The Guthrie Fire Department responded to the intersection of Pine St. and Oklahoma Ave. just after 4 p.m. Firefighters were able to keep the flames to the engine area. The driver was able to escape safely. There were no injuries reported at […]
The Guthrie Fire Department was recently awarded a $96,587.00 grant from the FEMA Assistance to Firefighters Grant Program. This grant will be coupled with $9,658.00 in local funds to purchase automated CPR devices for their five ambulances.
A Guthrie home is a total loss following an early morning fire.
Guthrie firefighters work to take out the flames early Wednesday morning.
A church on the west side of town is a total loss following an early morning fire.
The Guthrie Fire Department needed only a few minutes to extinguish the flames of a semi-tractor fire on Friday afternoon, but the damage had already been done.
One of Guthrie’s most treasured buildings and museums received a scare last night with an upstairs fire.
A Langston University student was uninjured on Interstate 35 Monday afternoon after his vehicle caught fire. The Guthrie Fire Department responded to the call at the 153 southbound off ramp at 4:27 p.m. As firefighters arrived on scene, the engine compartment was fully-involved on the four-door Hyunda. The fire crews needed a few minutes to […]
Six fire departments battled a blaze that engulfed two structures and a vehicle late Monday night.
The scenario could have been much worse late Sunday afternoon after a tenant found a downtown building filled with smoke. Right at 5 p.m. Traci Hayes was working in her second floor office when she began to smell smoke inside the Kress Building located at 107 E. Oklahoma. “I hadn’t been in my office space […]
It was an early wake up call unlike any other for a Guthrie couple Thursday morning after lightning struck their home.
It’s no secret, Logan County fire departments are battle tested and know what they are doing when it comes to wildfires. The Logan County Task Force returned home Saturday from western Oklahoma after hours of fighting large grass fires.
Thursday, April 12, 2018 — Firefighters are battling a large grass fire in the area of Anderson Road and Forrest Hills Road. For continued updates please follow the GNP Facebook page.
A vacant home was destroyed by fire on Saturday night. A nearby home was also damaged, but the homeowner only wanted to talk about the firefighters with the Guthrie Fire Department.
Here is a quick recap video from the Stop The Bleed training that took place in Guthrie this past weekend.
Law enforcement officers and fire departments throughout Oklahoma and Arkansas are going through a week-long training course in Guthrie to improve integration between law enforcement, fire, dispatchers and emergency medical services (EMS) for an active attack or shooter scenarios.
Touch The Trucks – one of the most popular events of the year – is set for April 15.
The Guthrie Fire Department, Logan County Health Department and Safe Kids Oklahoma will be holding a car seat distribution on Thursday at the fire department.