He was quick to give credit to a huge group of others, but Don Coffin left the Guthrie Arts and Humanities Council with a day named in his name.
It has been really busy here in The chamber office. We have more groups coming into town who are requesting information packets. This week we have 300 Lutheran Women who are meeting at the Dominion House. Our calendar of events is full and getting fuller by the day.
After a total of 20 witnesses taking the stand in the Stacey Brewer trial on Tuesday, it appears jurors will have their say beginning as early as Wednesday.
A Perry man has been charged with domestic assault and battery in the presence of a minor.
“ I Love Guthrie. I love the people of Guthrie. And I would absolutely love to be the Parade Marshal for the 89ers!” Thus began the recent conversation between Major General LaRita (Rita) Aragon (retired) and 89er Committee Chairman Steve Gentling. Major General Aragon was responding to a short notice inquiry asking whether she would consider being […]
After two and a half days, the state of Oklahoma rested their case after calling several witnesses in the case against a Coyle school teacher.
A Guthrie attorney was arrested in his home on Easter Sunday.
An earthquake struck near the city of Guthrie Friday morning.
Heather Luckinbill says growing up one of her favorite parts of Guthrie’s annual 89er Day Celebration parade was getting to watch the 89er queen ride down the street on horseback.
Special Judge R.L. Hert Jr. has ruled there is enough evidence for a former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper to stand trial in Logan County.
The case between the State of Oklahoma versus Stacey Brewer began Wednesday morning inside the Logan County Courthouse.
A 39-year-old female was medflighted to a Oklahoma City hospital Wednesday afternoon after her horse fell on top of her.
Albert Hawkes, Commander, American Legion Lebron Post 58, presents a Governor’s proclamation to Guthrie Mayor, Chuck Burtcher at a recent Guthrie City Council meeting.
It took longer than expected, but after two full days of jury selection the State of Oklahoma will begin their case against Stacey Brewer.
Spring can be one of the busiest seasons for the American Red Cross, with severe weather causing tornadoes and floods that affect communities across the state of Oklahoma. As we witnessed in 2011, wildfires are also an on-going threat in this time of year.
A Coyle High School coach is soon to face a jury trial on sex crimes charges on minors as early as Monday afternoon.
Guthrie High School students can now begin to pick up applications for Summer Driver Education classes.
Updated April 2nd – Roberts is at the OU Medical in the critical care trauma unit. He has two broken ribs, a fracture at the base of his skull, three fractured vertebra, his pelvis is broken in three places and has head trauma. Roberts could have surgery Tuesday morning on his pelvis.
A Guthrie school bus driver was injured after the bus she was driving was rear-ended by a vehicle on the viaduct on the west side of town Tuesday afternoon.
After almost six months of searching, the Guthrie Board of Education has selected their new leader, who will lead Guthrie Public Schools into the future as the new superintendent of Guthrie Public Schools.