In its 32nd year the Bike MS Oklahoma Road Divided tour made it’s way through the streets of downtown Guthrie on Saturday morning.
Recently, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) awarded a $310,996.00 Assistance to Firefighters Grant (AFG) to Guthrie Fire-EMS. The money will be used to purchasing lifesaving emergency medical equipment for the department’s ambulances and rescue vehicles, according to Fire Chief Eric Harlow.
Logan County elected officials came to an agreement Wednesday morning on the 2017-18 budget. The department heads needed to find and cut $351,616.70 to meet the estimated available funds.
The Logan County Election Board office will have special hours for Thursday, Sept. 28 and Friday Sept. 29.
Special to Guthrie News Page Ever since its beginnings in 1964, Guthrie Job Corps has been serving the community of Guthrie, creating local jobs, and offering free career training, placement, and other benefits to the 500 students they serve annually. Over the course of their existence, they have provided training and have placed nearly 20,000 […]
One by one, the new fleet of patrol vehicles for the Guthrie Police Department made their way down Oklahoma Ave. as they draw closer from hitting the streets. The police department, who has been dealing with fleet issues for years, held a photo shoot for the 10 2017 Chevrolet Tahoe Police Pursuit units at the Masonic […]
Customers who fill up with coffee from Love’s Travel Stops (Love’s) on National Coffee Day can have their cup and save a life, too. Sales from all 24 oz. hot beverages benefit Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals to help sick and injured children Friday, September 29. In honor of the special day, 24 oz. coffees and […]
Despite Mother Nature playing a role in the construction of the new elementary school for Guthrie Public Schools, Charter Oak Elementary remains on schedule to open at the beginning of next year’s school year.
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.