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 […]
Several customers of a Guthrie convenience store woke up Thursday morning to unexpected charges on their bank account. For the store, their phones have not stopped ringing from customers wanting answers.
While the number of Logan County earthquakes being felt appears to be down in 2017, many county residents continue to shake, especially those who live near Highway 105.
Motorists continue to share their fears of driving through the Highway 33 and Highway 105 intersection and the goal of adding traffic lights. The good news is the project is on the Department of Transportation’s (ODOT) 8 Year Construction Work Plan. The bad news is the project is currently not in the fast lane.
Environmental Deputy is reminding Logan County citizens there are dumpsters available for free dumping. He’s also reminding that if anyone is found illegal dumping that fines and jail time is possible.
(Oklahoma City) The OERB is announcing a $2 million grant that will bolster science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) materials and equipment in every Oklahoma school district.
Three fire departments were needed on Saturday to put out a grass fire that destroyed a vacant trailer home and vehicles.
With less than a year left of construction on the Cottonwood Creek bridge on Guthrie’s west side, motorists will begin driving on the south side of the new bridge next week.
Last update for this article on Dec. 22, 2017 at 3:30 p.m. — Arrest made in case involving woman found dead on interstate off ramp This article has been updated and can be found following the video. One person is dead following an apparent hit-and-run accident on an Interstate 35 off ramp in Logan County.
Guthrie Public Schools shared a three-year drop out rate comparison for the Board of Education at Monday night’s meeting.
Special Agent Mike Dean (L) was given the special award from OSBI Director Stan Florence.
The Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigations (OSBI) held their annual awards ceremony on Tuesday. A local agent came away as the agent of the year.
District Attorney Laura Austin Thomas has announced her bid for re-election. Three years ago Austin Thomas was elected by the people of Logan and Payne counties after receiving over 50 percent of the votes in a three-person primary race.
From left to right: Len Tontz, Central Trustee; Monika Lamb, God's Food Bank Board Member; and Chuck Lamb, God's Food Bank Board Member and Parliamentarian.
The Community Foundation of Central Electric Cooperative board recently approved a $1,500 grant to God’s Food Bank. The grant will help provide holiday grocery items for families and individuals in Logan County.
Two people were taken to the hospital on Monday afternoon following a two-vehicle accident.
Deputies with the Logan County Sheriff’s Office will join the Oklahoma Highway Safety Office in an effort to reduce alcohol related incidents or accidents throughout Logan County this holiday season. The campaign is called “Drive Sober or Get Pulled Over.” Deputies will be seen saturating the county to take action against drivers driving impaired.