EMSA ends 58 day heat alert

Update: Not even 24 hours later, EMSA has issued another heat alert due to the extreme heat. Read more… The Emergency Medical Services Authority have lifted the heat alert that was in effect for 58 days.

Campers find freedom at neuromuscular camp

Story submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com on Wednesday, June 27th. At the Make Promises Happen Neuromuscular Camp in Guthrie, you can be who you want to be. Camper Adrian Cruz said, “It’s hilarious. Fun to be silly. It’s a big part of my life. The most fun all year. You’re really encouraged to do […]

Water line breaks; residents without water

Guthrie city crews responded to a water line break that cause some citizens to do without water for a short period of time on Thursday afternoon. The water line crew repaired a water main break at Wentz and Bird Creek just south of Guthrie High School. City Manager Matt Mueller said the cause was from excess heat […]

Child struck by vehicle

A small male child appeared to step out in front of a vehicle Thursday morning on Division and Harrison. The child was treated at the scene by Guthrie paramedics and suffered a bump on the head.

Sgt. Rusty Dunagan: A Hometown Hero

In the wee morning hours of September 22, 2010, as the sun was making its ascent, a group of soldiers set out to do a routine patrol in Afghanistan.  One soldier led the group, for he had been trained to secure areas of safety for his men, in this land unfamiliar to him.  A soldier […]