Construction workers began tearing down the viaduct bridge this week. The 81-year-old landmark bridge is being torn down for a new four-lane bridge.
The Guthrie City Council approved a bid Tuesday night that will construct a sidewalk near a school building as part of the Oklahoma Department of Transportation Safe Routes to School Project.
Each city will run into water issues when it comes to discolor, odor or taste of their water. While the City of Guthrie has had their fair share, city officials demonstrated on Tuesday night one of the causes that leads to foul water.
Sales tax numbers continue to be encouraging for the City of Guthrie.
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.
If you have been to the Pollard Theatre in the last two decades its highly likely you have seen W. Jerome Stevenson. On Wednesday, he was one of 14 individuals and five organizations will be honored for their contributions to the arts at the 42nd Governor’s Arts Awards.
Construction workers continue work on Guthrie Public School’s new elementary school in southern Logan County. A construction update was given at last week’s Property Committee meeting.
It began as a railroad station, then became Oklahoma’s first capital; now it’s the readers’ choice for “Most Beautiful Town.”
Updated on Jan. 18, 2018 — The Guthrie City Council on January 16 approved the permanent retirement of Guthrie Police Badge No. 14 and authorized the awarding of the badge and Lieutenant Gary Haddock’s service weapon (Glock 22) as a token of appreciation and respect for his 23 years of faithful service to the City of […]
Three fire departments were needed to extinguish an out building fire on Friday afternoon. Woodcrest Fire Chief Luke Young is encouraging caution when it comes to outdoor burning.
Meridian Technology Center Superintendent/CEO Douglas R. Major, right in photo above, thanked longtime board member Jerry Franklin for his service. Franklin began serving on Meridian’s board in 2005. His final meeting was this week. In the photo below, Meridian Technology Center board clerk Gary Johnson swears in Gerald Meraz, right, as the board member representing […]
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.
Guthrie emergency responders were dispatched to an early morning two vehicle accident that blocked S. Division St. for several minutes.
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.
The Logan County Election Board (LCEB) reveled their latest numbers on Tuesday when it comes to Logan County registered voters and their party affiliations.
Commissioner's Monty Piearcy (L) and Mike Pearson (centered) field questions with Sheriff Damon Devereaux (R) during the annual jail inspection.
It was one of the shortest Board of County Commissioner’s meeting in some time, but the three member board named a chairman, vice chairman and inspected the Logan County Jail.
Crews with the City of Guthrie were out and about Saturday morning with sand trucks on local streets. Now, they are on standby for pending winter weather.
New Year’s resolutions typically focus on self-improvement: lose weight, stop smoking, exercise more often. This year, why not resolve to do something even more lasting: improve the life of a child who has suffered abuse and neglect?
10:15 a.m. on Saturday – A water line has blown apart near the treatment plant once again. Expect another day of low water pressure until it can be resolved. 6:40p.m. — All valves are back open and people should start seeing improvement in water pressure slowly 8:30 a.m. — Water customers south of the Guthrie […]