Updated: 8:30 a.m. Monday, October 17, 2011 A piper plane crashed in a Guthrie residential yard on Sunday afternoon. The crash left one dead and two others injured.
UPDATE: Troy Anthony Takala was booked into the Logan County Jail on October 19th. A fugitive from justice says he is turning himself into authorities and made the announcement on Guthrie News Page’s Facebook site.
A Oklahoma group is trying to make sure soldiers and their families will have a happy holiday season, despite injuries or being stationed overseas.
National Weather Service officials have recognized Guthrie, Okla. as a StormReady® community.
Thanks to the partnership between the Logan County Historical Society and the City of Guthrie the Historic Water Works Building has a new roof, a new coat of paint and all the windows have been repaired. The Water Works Building had deteriorated over the years and became an example of the need to perform preventative […]
Members of the Guthrie community took part in a roundtable discussion with Mercy Hospital Logan County Tuesday evening inside the Dominion House to discuss the hospital’s presence in the community.
Don Strong represents Kala Whitecrow, the mother of two-year-old Naomi Whitecrow, who died in Amy Holder’s Logan County home in January 2009, says some are questioning the Department of Human Services over the foster mother’s record with her own children.
Rain showers continued Sunday in Guthrie, dampening the drought-stricken area with more than three inches of rain. With the rainfall, the city-wide burn ban has been lifted.
A Guthrie resident was sent to the hospital after setting fire around a cistern causing an explosion.
For the second time in four months, the City of Guthrie has received an Initiative Petition from Guthrie residents in hopes of changing the city’s charter.
The Cheyenne & Arapaho Tribe is launching a letter campaign to a judge who presided in the case of two-year-old tribal member Naomi Whitecrow, who died in a Logan County foster home, in hopes of having the punishment given to Amy Holder over ruled.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office has received approval for a continuation of a grant from The Oklahoma Highway Safety Office.
Video shot and edited by Chris Evans.
Three Guthrie teachers are among the 36 OGE Teacher Grant winners across the company’s service territory in Oklahoma and Arkansas.
Amy Holder was found guilty of child abuse inside the Logan County courtroom shortly before midnight on Monday.
Amy Holder’s defense team weighed their options back-and-forth on whether or not to allow the defendant to take the witness stand. On Thursday, the team decided to allow Holder to take the stand.
The United Way of Logan County’s annual fundraising campaign is in full swing with several organizations, small businesses, and individuals pledging early gifts to the fundraising organization. Guthrie Public Schools is a proud supporter of United Way and just wrapped up their fundraising campaign in mid-September. The Bluejays set their 2011 goal at $5,000 and […]
People from New York and Los Angeles and everywhere in between will be merging to the campgrounds of Guthrie and the Oklahoma International Bluegrass Festival.
A middle school counselor killed in a traffic accident was remembered this week for her ability to motivate her students to achieve excellence.
Due to recent rainfall across the state, Governor Mary Fallin is amending the “Governor Declared Burn Ban” beginning on Tuesday.