Several people in Logan County have said they have never felt an earthquake before, but after Saturday night that number has drastically decreased.
In order to assist the citizens of Guthrie in the disposal of the branches, tree debris and yard waste resulting from the recent ice storms, the City of Guthrie would like to offer a free disposal at the Convenience Center, located at 1506 N. Academy Road, from Wednesday, January 8, through Saturday, January 18.
It was one of the largest earthquakes that has hit Logan County and several felt it. In fact, it woke them up from their sleep.
The winter storm has left its mark on one Guthrie family.
Well, here we find ourselves in the dreaded winter months. Oklahoma sits in such a geographical location as to be a problem. It’s like driving in old fashioned bumper cars for a storm or two. We don’t normally receive enough snow for drivers to get used to driving on the slick stuff. We do get […]
The National Weather Service in Norman has issued a winter weather advisory for much of the state, including Logan County. The advisory will remain in effect from 6 p.m. Thursday to 6 a.m. Saturday.
Update 3:50 p.m. – A third earthquake in less than 24 hours has struck near the same area. Only this time in Logan County.
The Guthrie area was in need of rain, but not necessarily as much that fell in the short amount of time on Monday afternoon. The storm left several residents with storm damage and others without power.
Due to recent storms and floods, it seemed timely again to remind District 1 residents about specific roadways in the area which are subject to flooding. The list below identifies these. While some roads flood immediately, others do so hours later.
Several got an early wake up call Tuesday morning as over two inches of rain came crashing down along with wind gusts and hail leaving several with power outages and damaged vegetation.
Now with the water levels back down at both the Cottonwood Creek and Snake Creek, the clean up phase has taken over.
Despite not receiving a large amount of rainfall locally, rivers and creeks found their way out of their banks in Logan County over a two-day period causing roadways to flood and closing down streets for several hours.
As the storm sirens were sounding during Thursday afternoon’s tornado warning, several were seeking immediate shelter. But a post claims that was not the case at the Guthrie Library. A claim the City Manager says she denies.
For several minutes, the town of Guthrie and several other towns in Logan County had a bullseye on the weather map as a tornado warning sent citizens to their shelters on Thursday afternoon.
When it comes to severe weather in Oklahoma, who do you watch on television to get the information you need to stay safe or informed? According to the latest ratings, the Oklahoma City market says the majority watch KFOR with the May 20 tornado.
What started out as a one day event has now blossomed into a major relief effort for the tornado victims in several communities as students and citizens of Guthrie have come together to help.
Where do I register my storm shelter?…Is there a program available to help fund the purchase of a shelter? Can we get a siren in our area and where are current sirens located?…Find out here…
The nation has had their eye on Moore after one of the largest tornado ever recorded hit the town, but Environmental Management wants everyone to remember towns like Carney have also been hit by destruction and are need.
After seeing the terrifying images on television from the devastating tornadoes throughout the state, several people in Logan County went to work to help those in need. And indeed they turned out.
The Logan County Sheriff’s Office received official mutual aid requests from the Moore Police Department, on May 20, following the devastating tornado that hit the area. The Sheriff’s Office responded with a crew of twenty deputies to the Moore Command Center.