The Guthrie Kiwanis Club was looking for a ‘89er Celebration event that they could sponsor that would highlight youth since that is the main focus of their club.
When Cherokee Rice was an 11-year-old girl on vacation when she was given a disposalable camera to capture photos and now two years later she is showing some of her great moments caught on camera at the recent Guthrie Art Walk.
The Logan County Partnership put on their annual Touch the Trucks event at the Logan County Fairgrounds on Sunday afternoon. This event was a fun time for families that included exploring all kinds of vehicles, free food, face painting and free books.
At 5 p.m. Tuesday, April 16 the Logan County Fairgrounds is the place to be for the opportunity to bid on a wonderful array of fantastic auction items. Following the annual Chuck Wagon Feast, Dennis Ochs will take center stage and kick off the traditional “’89er Live Auction.”
For Duane “Dog” Chapman and Beth Chapman they could not wait until they caught their person in downtown Guthrie on Saturday afternoon so they can head back home after working for 16 straight days.
What is old is new again this year for the Guthrie 89er Days Celebration with the addition of a 5k Stake Your Claim Run.
Guthrie Mayor Chuck Burtcher put his signature on a proclamation that will help continue to heighten awareness of child abuse and set the tone for the annual Touch the Trucks.
A car show, cookout and a concert are all set for one spot on one day. And it’s all free.
The Oklahoma City RedHawks and Integris will recognize Mary Beth Davis as the first “Home Run for Life” participant of the 2013 season during the RedHawks home opener, which starts at 7:05 p.m. Friday, April 12 at Chickasaw Bricktown Ballpark. The “Home Run for Life” series recognizes individuals in the Oklahoma City area who have overcome a significant […]
Betty Thompson’s Irish dancing skills have earned her a number of accolades including winning the talent preliminary award at the 2012 Miss America pageant where she finished first runner-up and performing at the World Irish Dance Championships.
Once again, Guthrie will be showcased on the big screen as a well-known actor makes his directorial debut.
The Guthrie High School Vocal Music has two more showings of The Wizard of Oz.
Guthrie’s 89er Days Celebration has an added attraction this year. On Sunday the 21st, the day after the parade, an outdoor concert at historic Mineral Wells Park will feature the Oklahoma “heartland music” of The Byron Berline Band, Kyle Dillingham and Horseshoe Road, and Guthrie family gospel bluegrass band One More Road.
The 89er Days Celebration in Guthrie just got a little ‘classier’ thanks to a new event called the Geezers and Gassers Car Gathering and Poker Walk.
The 89er Days celebration held in Guthrie every year which commemorates the land run of April 22, 1889 has been a ritual since the turn of the century as has the buttons that are sold to help pay for the parade and other events going on during this celebration.
Our Educational Series this month is “Get Your Plate In Shape.” Presented by Courtney Thompson and Cathy James who will have some fun activities, lots of knowledge on MyPlate and how people can do their best to get their plate full of more fruits and vegetables. They will also talk to work-sites about the importance […]
It’s one of the most anticipated fundraisers of the year and tickets are now available for your chance to win prizes ranging from a storm shelter to $2,000 bucks.
The Logan County Democratic Women’s Club will meet Friday, March 1st. Business will include presentation of the two candidates running for the Ward I seat, Matthis Hathorne and John Wood. The public is welcome to attend; meeting begins at 7p.m. in the fellowship hall of Trinity Episcopal Church.
Many will see the videos and go “what?” but the Harlem Shake has hit the Guthrie area and now many are following the local shake.
The City of Guthrie held their first community meeting regarding the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover Tour slated for Guthrie in September. The turn-out filled the city hall chambers with several business owners and citizens.