The Guthrie Police Department is hopeful someone can identify some of the suspects from various photos after six school buildings have burglarized in the past several months. The most recent break ins occurred on Thursday morning.
Pictured below is water and Gatorade donations that came pouring in 2012 when the department ran low on supplies after several wildfires.
The Guthrie Fire Department has come to the rescue for many, but now they are asking citizen to help them with their supply of bottled water and Gatorade.
Update: Just after hours the Logan County Board of County Commissioners issued a county-wide burn ban, Governor Mary Fallin issued a governor’s burn ban. Gov. Fallin issues two-week burn ban for 53 counties; includes Logan County Original Article The Logan County Board of Commissioners unanimously approved a county-wide burn ban, effective immediately, on Friday morning. […]
One person was taken to Mercy Hospital Logan County following a two-vehicle accident on S. Division. Just after 6:30 p.m. on Thursday, emergency crews responded in front of McDonalds for a wreck involving a gray four-door Malibu and a white, four-door Chevrolet Silverado. According to police officers, the Malibu was traveling northbound in the inside […]
The Guthrie Board of Education (BOE) is expected to accept the resignations of an assistant superintendent and one of the school district’s director at next Monday’s school board meeting.
A Oklahoma City woman filed a tort claim with the City of Guthrie after she says her body slammed on a city sidewalk.
The Guthrie City Council has called for a special meeting next week involving the case with terminated Guthrie police officer Mark Bruning.
A Logan County home went up in flames on Wednesday afternoon and quickly spread to a grass fire in the southern part of the county.
A Guthrie school bus transporting students to school was involved in a two vehicle accident on Wednesday morning.
Sooner Volunteer Fire Department Chief Jeff Ware knew when he stepped outside his home and saw heavy smoke that his crew had a battle on their hands.
The Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) will hold a special meeting on Friday morning to discuss a county-wide burn ban.
It’s an intersection that police officers, firefighters and Guthrie motorists know so well when it comes to vehicle accidents. The intersection claimed two more on Tuesday morning with two separate accidents in 39 minutes.
Below is the U.S. Drought Monitor for Oklahoma as of Feb. 6, 2017.
The Logan County fire departments believe they have enough of the requirements to require a county burn ban. Currently, the county sits in a severe drought.
Candidates willing to serve their community can begin filing today. Towns of Crescent, Langston, Marshall and Orlando have vacancies on their boards. Filings began Monday morning at 8 a.m. inside the Logan County Election Board office. Erin Dorio, Secretary of the County Election Board, said the filing period ends at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 8. […]
A temporary fix to the congestion of Interstate 35 and Waterloo Road was approved Monday morning at the Oklahoma Transportation Commission Meeting.
Effective immediately, Fire Chief Eric Harlow has placed the City of Guthrie in a burn ban. This ban is being enacted due to the prolonged dry conditions and little to no forecasted precipitation in the near future. This burn ban includes all areas within the Guthrie City Limits only and will be in effect until […]
A public reception will be held to welcome Guthrie’s new city manager. Leroy Alsup begins his role as Guthrie’s city manager on Monday, Feb. 6. He was hired last December and has over 30 years in municipal management and most recently comes from McAlester, where he served as their director of community planning and economic development. A […]
Late last week, the City of Guthrie admitted poor quality of water was running through the water system and reminds all citizens they can request to have their lines flushed.
In a case filed in 2011, the Board of County Commissioners (BOCC) still await reimbursement from the Town of Meridian in regards to a breach of agreement.
The Oklahoma Highway Patrol is asking for the public’s help with the investigation of a collision that took the life of a motorcyclist on Saturday, January 28. The crash happened about 1:00 p.m. on I-35 southbound just north of Wilshire Boulevard in Oklahoma County.