Department of Public Safety officials report a decrease in traffic fatalities for the month of July 2011. Fatalities were down by eighteen in July with a total of 62 compared to 80 in the same month last year.
Oklahoma City police found a 75-year-old Logan County man that went missing early Tuesday morning and a Silver Alert was issued.
Guthrie customers who have service with Oklahoma Gas & Electric, along with other OG&E customers, should be seeing a credit on their bills next month following an order by the Oklahoma Corporation Commission.
The Logan Medical Center Board of Trustees unanimously approved the asset purchase agreement for the sale of the hospital to Mercy Health System of Oklahoma in a special meeting on August 27th.
The Oklahoma State Department of Health is searching for a Guthrie woman who was giving away puppies last week at the local Walgreens.
Guthrie continues to pick up the pieces from the May 24th tornado that swiped through the western and northern parts of the city.
It has been uncertain as to when Guthrie’s Summit View Cemetery gates were closed, but thanks to a citizen the cemetery will now have set hours.
Errors have been found in final standardized test results sent this month to schools statewide and now Oklahoma schools Superintendent Janet Barresi wants a review of the contract with a testing company.
Guthrie Police and Fire were called out to a one car incident late Tuesday morning when a car flipped onto its top with a female driver and infant inside.
An initiative petition filed by two citizens with the City of Guthrie has been turned into the City Attorney with 64 signatures. However, the petition may be 157 signatures short.
The City of Guthrie will need to find an estimated $44,000 of unbudgeted money after the Department of Environmental Quality found a violation at the Guthrie Waste Water Treatment Plant last June.
The Guthrie Fire Department responded to a house fire Thursday afternoon just before 1:00 p.m. on First Street.
Former Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper Patrick Venable was arraigned Tuesday afternoon in front of Judge R.L. Hert Jr. on charges of second degree rape at the Logan County court house.
The following was submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com on Thursday, August 9th. The president of a local university has announced that she is planning on resigning at the end of the year.
It appears Guthrie will avoid water supply issues this summer despite record-breaking heat and many Oklahoma towns issuing water restrictions.
The rain was another welcome site shortly before 1:00 am on Wednesday morning, but the high winds left their mark for Guthrie residents.
The following was submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com on Tuesday, August 9th. A soldier who lost three limbs while serving in Afghanistan is back home in Oklahoma and he’s getting a hero’s welcome.
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.
A OU Medi Flight helicopter made more of an entrance than expected at the Children’s Back Yard Bash Saturday afternoon when the chopper’s wind from its rotor blew down a tent down in the Cottonwood Flats.
Majority of the schools in Oklahoma are about to begin here in a few weeks, including Guthrie on August 19th, and that means one thing. Oklahoma Sales Tax Holiday.