The topic of a sports complex for Guthrie has been talked about for years and years with no success. Not even a spec of dirt has been moved, or for that matter even bought, but a council member is hoping a familiar person to the north could lend a helping hand and a few dollars.
Guthrie News Page has offered text and email alerts from day one since hitting the world-wide web in June 2011, but now an improved overall system makes it better for the website and receiver.
LANGSTON – Langston University stayed perfect at home with a 17-14 win over Southern Nazarene University on Saturday night at W.E. Anderson Stadium. Langston struggled to the move the ball offensively, but got help from a stout defense. Sophomore linebacker Chace Green continued his strong play on the season, intercepting an errant pass from SNU quarterback […]
Recently the City of Guthrie City Council voted to allow waterfowl hunting in designated areas. A new Ordinance will provide for the use of shotguns in A-2 Urban Agricultural Land Use Zones for the purpose of hunting fowl. That use will be permitted as follows:
Beaumont, TX – Langston fell to 1-3 after suffering a 31-0 defeat at the hands of the Lamar Cardinals Saturday night at Provost Umphrey Stadium. Lamar wide receiver Kevin Johnson scored three touchdowns to pace the Cardinals. Transfer running back Herschel Sims added 47 yards on the ground on 10 carries.
Two former Oklahoma Sooner football players joined up with Fuel Up To Play, along with Logan County officials, and spoke to elementary students Tuesday morning about eating healthy and being active.
CHICAGO – Langston University hung tough for a half before succumbing to a no-huddle, fast-paced attack from the defending champion and top-ranked St. Xavier Cougars in a 37-7 loss on Saturday night.
Several women hit the golf course last week to play a solid round of 18 holes, but also do it for the Susan G. Koman Rally for the Cure.
Langston, OK – Sheldon Augustine helped spark the Langston University offense with an 87-yard punt return in the first quarter and there was no looking back for the Lions as they defeated Bacone College in the home opener Saturday night, 19-0, at W.E. Anderson Stadium before a crowd of 3,210.
GUTHRIE, Okla. – Trevor Brazile is defined by many things, and most of them are gold.
Little Rock, AR – Lions kick off season opener with a 3-point loss to Div. 1-AA opponent, University of Arkansas at Pine-Bluff, Saturday, September 1.
After a successful trip a year ago, the Oklahoma City Thunder’s Rolling Bus made a return stop at Mack’s 512 Academy delivering out books like a Kevin Durant game winning shot.
Langston, Okla._ Langston University will continue its winning tradition in women’s basketball with the hiring of David Johnson as the new head coach on Friday.
With nearly 200 registered athletes, the inaugural First Capital Triathlon was a major success among participants, volunteers and race coordinators.
By: Ryan Epley Center Director – Guthrie YMCA Shortly after World War II, 1947 to be exact, the community of Guthrie, OK was blessed with a municipal pool. Over the past 65 summers, multiple generations of Guthrie Citizens have had the enjoyment of cooling off, playing, learning how to swim, and celebrating birthdays and special […]
Despite warm temperatures and humidity, the 41st Howard Fife went on at the Guthrie Golf and Country Club on Saturday and Sunday.
Doug and Nancy Powell would be honored to have you participate in the 5th Annual Kale Powell M.T.X.E. Memorial Scholarship Golf Tournament.
Langston, Okla. – A former Heisman Trophy running back and athletic director for the University of Southern California (USC) Trojans will be announced as the next director of athletics at Langston University during a press conference slated for Thursday, June 7th at 10 a.m. in the C. F. Gayles Atrium on the university’s main campus in […]
It was Plan B, but members of the Guthrie Golf and Country Club did not mind a bit. As a matter of fact, neither did the participants in the College Wakeboard National Championships.
On June 9th, 2012, Guthrie will come together for the fourth annual See Spot Run 5k and 10k races to honor the memory of its long time resident and animal rights advocate, Chris Cowden.