A four man water rescue/boat team from the Guthrie Fire Department left for Houston Wednesday morning to help rescue efforts following the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey.
In a special meeting earlier this month, The State Election Board appointed Sheleen Winscott as the Secretary of the Logan County Election Board.
It’s Labor Day Weekend, and the ENDUI Impaired Driving Prevention Teams will be looking for impaired drivers this weekend in Logan and Oklahoma Counties. The group says they’re ending the most dangerous one hundred days of travel (Memorial Weekend through Labor Day Weekend).
The City of Crescent is having a 10-day amnesty period for unpaid tickets from September 11 through September 21. During this time, the City will waive all failure to appear, pay and comply fees attached to citations that are unpaid. The failure to appear (FTA) fee is usually 300 dollars.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office conducted an alcohol compliance check on Friday night by stopping by 11 businesses. Of those 11, three sold low-point beer to a teenager.
Guthrie Public Schools announced they will begin conducting evacuation drills for each bus route during the first two weeks of school. The school district says Oklahoma state law requires school districts conduct emergency evacuation drills for each bus route during the first two weeks of school. The school district began conducting the drills before the Monday […]
It has grabbed the attention of the nation – the solar eclipse. As many will observe the eclipse, students in the Guthrie school district will have to watch it online.
Meridian Technology Center employees and Guthrie community leaders gather to celebrate the purchase of a 20-acre site that will serve as a future Guthrie campus.
The Meridian Technology Center Board of Education has purchased property that will serve as a future campus in Guthrie and expand services to residents in the southern part of its district. The 20-acre site will be home to a future expansion of the school’s Stillwater campus. “Meridian Technology Center has a long history of working […]
The Guthrie Public Library will soon be going through some much needed Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) upgrades. To assist, the library was able to capture a grant to help with the upgrades.
One person was rushed to an Oklahoma City hospital with burns to his body following a mobile home fire on Tuesday evening. Fire departments from Sooner, Woodcrest and Coyle responded to a mobile home fire at 2800 Thornbrush Trail, which is located near the intersection of Midwest Blvd. and Camp Road. Firefighters are uncertain what […]
The City of Guthrie and Guthrie Public Schools continue to work together to keep children safe as possible while at school by providing School Resource Officers (SRO).
Last week Guthrie Public Schools received their net assessment valuation from Logan County indicating an approximate 6 percent growth within the Guthrie school district.
Many people throughout the state are enjoying the below average August temperatures along with the above average rainfall. A good part of the rainfall has found its way in southern Logan County and at the site of the soon-to-be Charter Oak Elementary School.
The Guthrie Board of Education unanimously approved Doug Ogle as the school district’s Assistant Superintendent on Monday evening at the Board of Education meeting.
Guthrie Public Schools held their convocation at the Guthrie Junior High on Tuesday morning as they prepare for the 2017-18 school year. Teachers and staff throughout the district filled the Junior High auditorium after taking in some coffee and doughnuts provided by North Church. The Guthrie High School marching band provided entertainment, including the national […]
The Guthrie High School Wind Ensemble has been picked as the Class 5A school to play at the 2018 Oklahoma Music Educators Association (OKMEA) State Conference.
Angel Case said she could not wait for the day her husband Sean Case was able to regain conscious and meet his hero. On Monday, Sean met his hero who wears a Logan County Sheriff’s uniform. “I hope Sean can one day shake his hand,” Angel said last month when Sean stopped breathing and went […]
Desiree Brown has had a change of heart and has announced her candidacy for the Oklahoma House of Representatives District 31.
Front Row (L-R) Undersheriff Troy Dykes, Deputy Randy Drew, Deputy Jordan Crawford, Sgt. Greg Randolph and Sheriff Damon Devereaux. Back Row (L-R) Cpt. Tom Kutay, Deputy Hal Petitt, Sgt. Marcus Williams, Sgt. Bryce Brown and Chief Deputy Don Hudgins.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office was well represented over the weekend at the Oklahoma Sheriff’s Association Awards Banquet. In total, five deputies were presented with awards, including two fallen LCSO deputies.
r The beginning of the school year brings many challenges; new teachers, bus routes, school supplies and a host of other new experiences. Unfortunately, part of those new experiences can often be an introduction to alcohol, tobacco and other dangerous drugs. “As children get older we know they are more likely to be confronted with, […]