A three vehicle accident shut down Division St. on Friday afternoon for several minutes following a three-vehicle accident.
Residents in the Guthrie are encouraged to use caution as a phone scam is circulating concerning storm damage to property owners. The scammers appear to be targeting cell phones and are persistent to set up a time and date to assess property for storm damage on behalf of the homeowner’s insurance. Seth Robbins with Terra Insure Group […]
A photo began circulating on social media on Thursday afternoon of insects allegedly inside the Guthrie High School cafeteria. Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson released a statement on the matter.
A vacant home was filled with smoke on Wednesday evening. Thanks to a nearby neighbor the home was spared from going completely up in flames.
With the hiring of City Manager Leroy Alsup in early February, the Guthrie city council knew they would be inheriting a manager with an extensive background in finance and development. On Tuesday, Alsup delivered a message that the City is projected to out spend their revenue if they keep the same pace for the final […]
Chief Don Sweger stands with Guthrie's two new police officers Hailey Fisher (L) and Shannon Peel (R).
With the recent graduation of Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET), the Guthrie Police Department (GPD) will welcome two new officers and a first for the department since 2001.
The Guthrie city council approved to solicit bids for the 5th Street storm water drainage after it had completely collapsed in 2016. The estimated cost for the project is $226,071, according to the City’s engineer.
As a part of the lawsuit agreement between the City of Guthrie and Logan County Rural Water District No. 1, the City will install eight water master meters to measure water leaving the City to Rural Water. On Tuesday, they awarded the bid for $684,209.
Pictured (L-R) is Mayor Steve Gentling, Jeff Taylor, Judge David Hood, Jason Smedley and Jim Case.
The 64th Guthrie City Council was seated Tuesday night for their first meeting inside City Hall.
The Logan County Health Department joins the American Nurses Association, Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH), health care professionals, patients and families, during National Nurses Week, May 6-12, in recognizing the important roles that nurses have in providing direct personal health care for patients and families and providing leadership in forming public health policies to […]
After an arbitration case, court appearances and a decision from the Oklahoma Civil Court of Appeals, Lt. Mark Bruning will return to work on Monday at the Guthrie Police Department.
Season 2, Episode 2 of The Roundup with host Chris Evans along with Senator of District 20 – AJ Gay-Griffin along with District 38 Representative John Pfeiffer.
It was an usual Tuesday when two Guthrie brothers found money blowing across a business parking lot. What easily could have been an easy pay day, the brothers went straight to the police department.
As Logan County Deputy David Wade was being escorted to Summit View Cemetery as a hero, he was surrounded by a sea of red and blue lights, flags, hundreds of law enforcement officers and civilians.
One person was taken to a Oklahoma City hospital following a single vehicle accident on I-35 on Friday afternoon.
Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation Special Agent Marty Wilson is leading a search team Thursday morning looking for the gun used to kill Logan County Deputy David Wade earlier this week. Search members include OSBI special agents, Logan County Sheriff’s deputies, Payne County Sheriff’s deputies, Cashion Police officers, ATF agents, and OHP troopers.
Enel Green Power North America began construction of the Red Dirt wind project, its largest wind farm in Oklahoma. The energy and renewable energy credits from Red Dirt will be sold under two long-term agreements, one with T-Mobile US, Inc. and the other with the Grand River Dam Authority.
The Logan County Courthouse will be closed on Friday (April 21) as a designated holiday (89er’s) and will close at noon on Monday (April 24) for employees to attend the funeral of Deputy David Wade.
The family of fallen Logan County Sheriff Deputy David Wade have finalized funeral arrangements.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office has lost a deputy following a shooting near Mulhall. Deputy David Wade was shot multiple times in the upper body, including the face. He later died at a Oklahoma City hospital.