One person was rushed to a Oklahoma City hospital after what appears he accidentally shot himself while at a Guthrie convenience store.
Guests inside a Guthrie hotel were driven out of their beds late Friday night by the alarm system. As they made their way out, smoke could be seen coming from the bottom floor.
Updated on July 23, 2017 at 1 p.m. — A family was reunited with their stolen pickup truck after someone found it in an open field on Sunday morning. A man, who was about to mow a nearby land in eastern Logan County, had noticed a fence had been knocked down and went to investigate. […]
A single vehicle accident with four people inside resulted in two people being transported by an air ambulance to a Oklahoma City hospital.
It was bound to happen. Luckily, it came in the third week of July. We’re talking about temperatures hitting 100 degrees for the first time this year.
It’s no secret that youth sports plays a big factor in all towns across America. It’s also no secret Guthrie has lacked in youth sports fields for a long time. However, a committee has formed to help find solutions to bring a youth complex to town.
The Guthrie city council discussed several projects on Tuesday evening inside City Hall. They’re hopeful to address two major concerns as soon as possible while beginning discussions on perhaps reshaping a portion of the downtown area.
A special workshop meeting has been called for Tuesday for the Guthrie city council. The council will discuss three separate projects that could total over $2 million.
Oklahoma drivers should be aware that House Bill 2312 will go into effect on Nov. 1, adding restrictions for driving in the left-hand lane on divided highways of four lanes or more.
In celebration of National Hot Dog Day taking place Wednesday, July 19, Love’s Travel Stops is giving away free hot dogs to its customers. Customers can access a barcode for their free hot dog or roller grill item on Love’s official Facebook, Twitter or Instagram pages from 12:01 a.m. to 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, July 19. Customers can redeem one coupon […]
Pictured is Erin Dorio showing how a ballot is inserted into a ballot machine.
Erin Dorio, secretary of elections over Logan County, has announced that she will be resigning from office effective July 28, after 16 years of service.
The Guthrie Police Department and many others are warning Guthrie and Logan County residents of a male and female attempting to scam people. Police say they have been involved in several scams. Several social media postings say the two in question attempt the scam by saying they have been at the VA (Veteran Affairs Health […]
The first day of school for Guthrie Public Schools is Aug. 18. With the, um, excitement, Guthrie News Page is sharing the school supply lists and enrollment dates for the 2017-18 school year.
The Oklahoma Farm Bureau (OKFB) is applauding lawmakers who are now a part of their 100 Percent Club for voting in favor of key legislation important to farmers, ranchers and rural Oklahoma during the 2017 session. Sen. AJ Griffin, who is chair of the Senate’s Rural Caucus, is among those being recognized by the organization […]
Guthrie Public Schools superintendent says the school district has weathered the financial storm over the last two years, but says he’s moving forward with caution.
Wendy Thompson from Love’s Travel Stops and Country Stores selected as one of only 38 to AICPA’s 2017 Leadership Academy
AICPA Leadership Academy in to be held in October in Durham, N.C.
Wendy Thompson, CPA, CGMA of Guthrie, OK was one of only 38 CPAs honored by the American Institute of CPAs (AICPA) as a member of the Leadership Academy’s ninth graduating class. Wendy was selected based on her exceptional leadership skills and professional experience for the four-day Leadership Academy program, which will be held from October […]
On Thursday night winning a buckle was a big deal for 14-year-old Jake Zserdin, but by Sunday evening he finished as the second best in the world. In the world!
The Oklahoma Territorial Museum received several upgrades two year ago and is one of 28 historic properties funded by the Oklahoma Historical Society. On Sunday, The Washington Times dedicated an article toward the Guthrie museum.
Photo courtesy of Battalion Chief Erin Jones.
The Guthrie Fire Department has responded to several unusual calls throughout the years, but the latest occurred on Sunday night when a family pet fell several feet below a Guthrie home.
A two vehicle accident on Highway 33 sent three people to the hospital and resulted in the death of a family pet.