Oklahoma City – The Oklahoma Association of School Administrators (OASA) announces twenty assistant superintendents/central office administrators from across the state have been selected as the 2017 OASA District Assistant Superintendent/Central Office Administrators of the Year for their districts.
City of Guthrie officials are warning some citizens they may experience low water pressure while they fix a water main.
The City of Guthrie and the YMCA renewed their operational agreement for the Guthrie Municipal Pool this summer.
During a mid-year budget update, Guthrie City Manager Leroy Alsup was quick to point out that the City is not broke or bankrupt, but if they continued their current spending ways they could go down that path.
A portion of Highway 77 will be renamed Deputy Sheriff David Wade Memorial Highway.
Logan County was the bullseye of early morning thunderstorms, which left its mark on at least one county road.
At the May 16 Red Bud Awards Gala, Guthrie was recognized by the Oklahoma Travel Industry Association (OTIA) with a Merit award for “Best New Event” – Red Brick Nights.
A 15-year-old motorcycle driver avoided serious injuries on Tuesday after a motorist pulled out onto Division St. and striking the teen.
The Logan County Board of County Commissioners displayed their frustration with a state government agency after an audit showed a $5,000 donation was made for an anniversary party. On Monday morning during commissioner comments, District 3 County Commissioner showed frustration toward Oklahoma Cooperative Circuit Engineering Districts Board (OCCEDB) after a 2016 audit showed a number […]
Storms came roaring through Logan County on Thursday afternoon. Majority of the damage was suffered in Coyle, including vehicles and classroom windows at Coyle Public Schools.
The Guthrie city council unanimously voted to establish a Sports Complex Task Force to research and find ways to bring a much-needed, overdue youth sports complex to Guthrie.
After almost a year held up in the court system, the remains of the old Banner School came crumbling down after the building was destroyed by fire three years ago to the date.
To continue to keep historic downtown Guthrie a great place to visit and shop, the City of Guthrie recently added dog sanitation stations throughout the downtown.
The boom in southern Logan County population continues to rise and the overall growth throughout the county is among the top in the state.
In an effort to reduce underage drinking, The Logan County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) will be partnering with PreventionWorkz to conduct alcohol compliance checks in the upcoming weeks.
United States Senator Jim Inhofe flew into the Guthrie airport on Friday morning, had lunch at a Guthrie restaurant and answered questions from business leaders in Guthrie.
A three vehicle accident shut down Division St. on Friday afternoon for several minutes following a three-vehicle accident.
Residents in the Guthrie are encouraged to use caution as a phone scam is circulating concerning storm damage to property owners. The scammers appear to be targeting cell phones and are persistent to set up a time and date to assess property for storm damage on behalf of the homeowner’s insurance. Seth Robbins with Terra Insure Group […]
A photo began circulating on social media on Thursday afternoon of insects allegedly inside the Guthrie High School cafeteria. Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson released a statement on the matter.
A vacant home was filled with smoke on Wednesday evening. Thanks to a nearby neighbor the home was spared from going completely up in flames.