For the last six years, the Healthy Living Program at the Logan County Health Department has been partnering with organizations throughout the county to help reduce chronic disease. By assisting at the policy level, the Healthy Living Program (HLP) has seen the county make significant changes in health outcomes.
Fire Chief Eric Harlow received the department's latest grant in front of the fire station last week.
The Community Foundation of Central Electric Cooperative board recently approved a grant of $10,000 to the Guthrie Fire – EMS Department. This grant will help equip ambulances with critically necessary treatment devices.
Firefighters were forced to go defensive on a trailer fire Friday afternoon.
Beginning Oct. 1, many child support customers will see a new fee withheld from their child support payments. Child Support Services, a division of the Oklahoma Department of Human Services, will charge 3 percent, up to $10 per month, on child support collections. The new fee is expected to generate about $1 million this year […]
Beginning on Friday, Sept. 15, the Oklahoma Department of Transportation and Manhattan will be closing the south side of 2nd Street access at the construction area for the remainder of the construction process.
Guthrie resident Kala Plagg (right) is now on the job at the state Capitol as executive assistant to Sen. AJ Griffin, R-Guthrie, representing District 20.
When citizens visit State Sen. AJ Griffin’s office at 23rd and Lincoln, they’ll be greeted by a new face — but even though Kala Plagg is new to the Capitol, she’s not new to Senate District 20. Plagg has been a native of Guthrie for four decades and raised her children in the state’s first […]
Firefighters from four different agencies needed over four hours to completely extinguish flames from a grass and hay fire on Wednesday afternoon. A bearing went out on a round baler at around 4 p.m. to spark the fire. Luckily, the operator was able to save the machine. As firefighters made their way to the land […]
The Guthrie Board of Education (BOE) tabled a decision on a demographic study on Monday night that would help the school district to determine what elementary school a student would attend.
The Logan County Health Department announced its seasonal influenza vaccination clinic schedule for the upcoming flu season. Clinics will begin Monday, Oct. 2.
Oklahoma increased its ACT participation by 29 percent in one year – the largest gain of ACT-tested graduates in the country. Guthrie Public Schools (GPS) increased their participation by nearly 23 percent.
Dr. Mike Simpson shares his Superintendent’s Report with the Board of Education on Monday evening.
Commissioner of Health and State Health Officer Dr. Terry Cline announced the re-appointment of Shirley Ford to the Logan County Board of Health. Her term will expire June 30, 2021. “As a member of the Logan County Board of Health, Ms. Ford will be actively involved in working with the health department to identify the […]
A Guthrie business building caught fire on Saturday afternoon.
The fire inside a paint shop on Thursday morning could have been much worse. Luckily, the fire was extinguished quickly and saved a building and several items inside. The Guthrie Fire Department and Oak Cliff Fire Department were dispatched to Forum Energy Technologies located at 3100 W. Noble – north of Mercy Hospital Logan County […]
On Wednesday, the City of Guthrie announced Rebecca Blaine will serve as the new City Planner and Grant Administrator.
A Guthrie man was struck by a vehicle on Interstate 35 just after 10 p.m. on Friday.
Josh Tucker, administrator of Mercy Hospital Logan County, recently made the list as one of the “60 Critical Access Hospital CEOs to Know” in 2017 by Becker’s Healthcare.
Updated on Sept. 2 at 12 p.m. — The Oklahoma Highway Patrol reports two men were pinned between two vehicles on a county roadway resulting in one person being air lifted from the scene and another by ground.
Logan County acknowledged four employees on Thursday morning with their annual Safety Awards. In total, the four combined for 100 years of on the job with no incidents.