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.
One of Guthrie’s busiest intersections was shut down for several minutes on Thursday afternoon after a truck caught fire.
Guthrie police and fire are attempting to determine if a RV and house fire were the result of arson. A possible suspect was found shortly later after he attempted to set his hair on fire near Wal Mart.
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.
Traffic was diverted for several minutes off of Noble Ave. following a two vehicle accident on Monday afternoon.
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A homeless man, who was squatting in a shed, suffered burns on Saturday morning after the shed caught fire.
Several fire departments were needed Thursday afternoon after a home caught fire. Additional firefighters were called to the scene with the threat of the high fire danger.
Check out the December/January 2018 Edition of “ON THE MOVE” with Guthrie City Manager Leroy Alsup.
A couple left their home to go to the grocery store, but their trip was cut short when they received a call that their house was on fire.
It’s a record the Guthrie Fire Department is not proud of, but the department responded to more calls in 2017 then any other year.
The Guthrie Fire Department responded to their second house fire in less than 15 hours on Wednesday morning. Sadly again, fire destroyed both homes.
A house was destroyed by fire on Tuesday evening on Guthrie’s east side. Fire officials say the cause of the home may have come from a space heater.
Dane Lausen (L) and Mike Nivens (R) stand with Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow after receiving their pins and badges.
Surrounded by family and fellow firefighters, two firefighters were promoted to officers for the Guthrie Fire Department. They were recognized at Tuesday’s city council meeting.