The title to the State Capital Publishing Museum appears it will once again rest in the arms of Guthrie. A local nonprofit group has an agreement in place to acquire the State Capital Publishing Co. building from the Oklahoma Historical Society.
After two years inside City Hall, the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce will be back on street level.
The Beacon of Hope Counseling Services has opened their doors for community support groups.
Stacy Smith had a dream to create not only a place to eat, but a place where family’s could make memories and enjoy amazing food. On Thursday, Smith and her staff celebrated two years at Stacy’s Place.
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce and merchants in and around the historical district will again be giving out candy and prizes to children who will be trick or treating. The downtown trick-or-treating will be held between 4 – 6 p.m. on Tuesday, Oct. 31 (2017).
Photo Courtesy of Shelton's Photography
Taco Bueno officially opened their doors for business on Tuesday morning. Guthrie Chamber of Commerce officials and investors, along with City of Guthrie staff, took part in a ribbon cutting to help jump start the business. Bueno offers a lobby to enjoy your meal, or a drive-thru for on the go. The store is located […]
It was a great turnout Wednesday morning inside the First Capital Territorial Sports Museum for the Chamber Coffee. This week Meridian Technology Center (MTC) hosted the weekly event.
Gregory "Heady" Coleman and Carmen Walters look over the orientation notes together on Tuesday as part of the Guthrie Leadership class.
A group of citizens met for the first time as part of the Guthrie Leadership program on Tuesday. The nine month program will help build future leaders in the community.
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce’s Education and Workforce Development Committee is collaborating with area churches in helping to Stuff the Bus for students, who are preparing for the first day of school. “We want to ensure that no child starts school in Guthrie this year without all their supplies,” a Chamber spokesperson said. The bus will […]
There were some good times and there were … well some creative beds running down Oklahoma Ave. on Thursday night with the return of The Great Bed Run.
It is the largest Chamber Coffee every year and Wednesday morning did not disappoint for the weekly Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Coffee. Businesses and organizations shared what was happening with their groups and events around town, primarily involving 89er’s Week.
Chamber investors took the trolley around the Guthrie school district on Friday to show their appreciation to all the support staff with Guthrie Public Schools.
The Guthrie Fire Department hosted the Wednesday morning Guthrie Chamber of Commerce Coffee. Businesses and organizations shared what was happening with their groups and events around town.
Gateway Realty hosted a ribbon cutting with the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce for their Grand Opening on Tuesday afternoon.
Pictured: Chamber CEO Tracy Zserdin, GHS art teacher Lindsey Baker, GHS senior Baylor Bukofzer and GHS Principal Chris LeGrande.
Guthrie High School senior Baylor Bukofzer has been involved with art since he was able to hold a pencil. His latest achievement was recognized by the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce.
Pictured: James Long (right) presented Heady Coleman with the 2016 Citizen of the Year award. See other photos at the bottom of this article. Photos courtesy of Shelton's Photography.
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce announced its Business of the Year, Citizen of the Year, Volunteer of the Year and Lifetime Achievement Award during their awards banquet held last week at the Guthrie Job Corps Center.
The Boarding House held their ribbon cutting on Friday afternoon with the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce.
A ribbon cutting was held Friday morning at A&D Sports Memories with the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce. Store owner Al Penner (centered) has moved his sports memorabilia shop into the Oklahoma Territorial Sports Museum located at 315 W. Oklahoma.