Funeral services for Deputy David James Wade, 40, of Guthrie, will be held at 1 p.m. today at the Lazy E Arena. The public is invited to attend as well as invited to line up Noble Ave. (State Highway 33) for the funeral procession to Summit View Cemetery.
One person was taken to a Oklahoma City hospital following a single vehicle accident on I-35 on Friday afternoon.
The man who was shot and killed after raising a shotgun at three Logan County deputies on Thursday has been identified.
The Logan County Court Clerk’s Office announced the felony and civil dockets will be moved to Tuesday (April 25) due to the courthouse closing on Friday and Monday.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Marty Wilson is leading a search team Thursday morning looking for the gun used to kill Logan County Deputy David Wade earlier this week. Search members include OSBI special agents, Logan County Sheriff’s deputies, Payne County Sheriff’s deputies, Cashion Police officers, ATF agents, and OHP troopers.
Enel Green Power North America began construction of the Red Dirt wind project, its largest wind farm in Oklahoma. The energy and renewable energy credits from Red Dirt will be sold under two long-term agreements, one with T-Mobile US, Inc. and the other with the Grand River Dam Authority.
The Logan County Courthouse will be closed on Friday (April 21) as a designated holiday (89er’s) and will close at noon on Monday (April 24) for employees to attend the funeral of Deputy David Wade.
The family of fallen Logan County Sheriff Deputy David Wade have finalized funeral arrangements.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office has lost a deputy following a shooting near Mulhall. Deputy David Wade was shot multiple times in the upper body, including the face. He later died at a Oklahoma City hospital.
With a new elementary school set for construction this spring for Guthrie Public Schools in southern Logan County, traffic concerns could be an issue in the unincorporated area of the county. The Logan County Local Development Act Review Committee discussed a variety of concerns, including financing, about a proposed tax increment financing (TIF) district.
The State of Oklahoma, once again, is borrowing money and schools, including Guthrie Public Schools, will not be fully-funded this month in state aid. This time costing the school district $73,190 for the month of April.
The ‘89er Carnival is moving back to the downtown area.
Thanks to neighbors and a maintenance worker, an apartment resident was left with minimal damage following a small fire inside a living room.
An electrical outlet is believed to have caused a fire inside a double-wide home on Monday afternoon.
This photo shows holes in the flooring inside the council chambers. This is one example of several tripping hazards identified by City staff.
The Guthrie city council unanimously approved for City staff to solicit bids for the replacement of flooring on all three floors of the building, which includes the police department. The estimated cost is approximately $45,000 and will be paid with monies from the approved sales tax program (Capital Improvement Projects). “This is a safety issue,” […]
A mother is seeking answers in the murder of her son that took place in the early morning hours on Guthrie’s east side. More importantly, she’s looking for comfort.
The Guthrie city council will have two new members on the seven member board. Two of the four races came down to the wire with one district decided by 9 votes and another by 15 votes.
A representative with the Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ) says they are ready to prepare a consent order that could possibly leave a potential $10,000 daily fine on Logan County. However, the Logan County Board of County Commissioners heavily contest they do not have any means to enforce DEQ regulations.
Construction started Monday on Waterloo Road off of I-35 on Monday and the Oklahoma Department of Transportation (ODOT) reminds motorist of upcoming lane closures.
On Monday, Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow lifted the burn ban for the city limits of Guthrie.