A drilling rig explosion near Marshall, in far northwest Logan County, has sent four people to the hospital with unknown conditions.
It was a busy day for the Guthrie Fire Department and Police as they worked multiple vehicle accidents on Thursday.
An intoxicated driver took police officials on a pursuit beginning at Seward Road and ending at the Logan and Payne County line near mile marker 170 on Interstate I-35.
The Guthrie City Council held public hearings during their scheduled Tuesday evening council meeting and voted unanimously to solicit bids to tear down four house structures with others to follow.
Update: Tuesday afternoon the Oklahoma Highway Patrol released the name of the Guthrie man who was killed on I-35 near Waterloo.
The sales tax numbers are in and the new year is off to a great start for the City of Guthrie.
The City of Guthrie was awarded with the honor of a Certified Healthy Oklahoma Merit Award.
Kyle Lipke, PA-C, has joined Mercy Clinic Crescent as a physician assistant.
A motorcycle and vehicle accident forced the shut down of the inside lane on Highway 77 for 30 minutes near the south Guthrie exit ramp Friday afternoon.
By Tori Jones Guthrie News Page The Guthrie Public Library recently brought in a new director – Cyndi Selinger.
Langston University’s former President, Ernest L. Holloway, died Saturday after battling stomach cancer in Texas. He was 81.
The City of Guthrie recently held their employee Christmas lunch and gave out their annual employee awards for the second straight year.
It was a loaded agenda for the 61st Guthrie City Council Tuesday evening, but a majority of the meeting saw council members listening to residents and the Planning Commission on two separate special use permit requests.
It was an emotional day for the Coyle school district and especially elementary students as they learned the passing of their friend and classmate on Tuesday morning.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation is seeking the public’s help in the murder case of Maurice Byrd found dead inside his Guthrie home Saturday.
The Langston Deputy Chief of Police has found himself in trouble, again, on the other side of the law.
Earthquakes are becoming more common and now loans, along with insurance are becoming available for local residents.
Election time is right around the corner and Guthrie officials are looking to inform candidates and the public about political signs in hopes of minimizing any confusion, conflict, or expense.
Patrons were enjoying their dinner while dining in a Guthrie landmark when all of a sudden an 18-wheeler struck the building.
Did you feel it?