Cotteral Elementary is taking the lead for student health by participating in a nationwide wellness initiative. Community-focused and fun, Fuel Up to Play 60 is activating schools and communities to support school wellness initiatives, good nutrition and physical activity, which help educate students and curb obesity.
The Guthrie Public Schools held their monthly school board meeting Monday evening and approved all agenda items unanimously.
The Guthrie City Council met for their regular scheduled meeting Tuesday evening and part of the business talk was to end further discussion with the annexation of a restaurant on Waterloo Road.
The City of Guthrie got a boost with the latest sales tax numbers.
Note – Please refresh (F5) to make sure you have the updated story. Update Tuesday 10:35 p.m. – The National Service measured the Cottonwood Creek at 21.4 feet at 9:30 p.m. with an anticipation of the river cresting at 22.9 feet. Both measurements are considered minor flooding. Update Tuesday 9:20 p.m. – The Cottonwood Creek is […]
The City of Guthrie will be selling surplus properties in late November as declared by the city council in their goal of selling excess city property.
On Monday afternoon inside a Logan County court house, a judge ordered Amy L. Holder to pay $5,000 after being found of child abuse in the case of two-year-old Naomi Whitecrow.
UPDATE: A 4.7 magnitude quake struck, Monday, at 8:47 p.m. 5 miles NW of Prague, OK. The quake was felt by many in the Guthrie area. That is now three quakes in the last three days. For the second time in a 24 hour span, Oklahoma and Guthrie have witness an earthquake.
The United States Geological Survey confirmed a 4.7-magnitude earthquake in central Oklahoma on Saturday morning. The quake was felt by many in Guthrie.
A Guthrie school bus was involved in an early morning accident involving two other vehicles in south Logan County Friday morning.
The 61st Guthrie City Council welcomed Sheri Mueller to her first city council meeting since being appointed on October 18th.
New Oklahoma laws – 186 total – took effect today (November 1, 2011), ranging from sweeping civil lawsuits to restrictions on abortion, reducing the state’s overcrowded prison system, the Aaron’s Law and The Erin Elizabeth Swezey Act.
When it comes to medical care, timing is critical. A 20-mile commute to a major hospital may not be an option. That’s where critical access hospitals come in. They are our rural communities’ safety nets for care. And lucky for Logan County residents, their safety net is one of the best in the nation.
The Guthrie Emergency Medical Service was busy Friday with three separate car accidents.
Three school children were transported to Mercy Health Logan County for minor injuries following a Thursday afternoon accident with a Guthrie school bus.
Langston city officials met again Wednesday evening on the fate of their police chief and deputy chief, who were suspended just a week ago.
Love’s Travel Stops & Country Stores, an Oklahoma City-based and family-owned operator of 280 travel stops and convenience stores, announced plans to add 10 publicly accessible compressed natural gas (CNG) fueling stations at existing locations across Oklahoma.
We may now know what caused a plane to crash in Guthrie that killed one and injured two others.
Langston – There were many questions entering the City of Langston council meeting with the dealings of the Langston police chief and deputy chief. After the meeting, questions still remain with Langston citizens.
The 61st Guthrie City Council voted unanimously on Mayor Chuck Burtcher’s nomination of Sheri Mueller to become the newest council member.