Come the first weekend in September Guthrie is expected to have 25,ooo to 40,000 in town for the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover and already city officials are looking for volunteers.
Guthrie has been in a buzz with the news of the Gentlemen of the Road Stopover coming to town, but that buzz went to another level when Mumford & Sons’ “Babel” won album of the year at Sunday’s Grammy Awards.
It took less than 48 hours for Gentleman of the Road Stopover in Guthrie to sell out 25,000 tickets for the two-day event to be held in September.
Kirsten Ince and Denise Ortega placed third in Humorous Duet and earn the right to compete at the OSSAA regionals on March 15 and 16. “I am very proud of them. They did a great job,” stated drama teacher Shelley Berryman.
The City of Guthrie announced Tuesday afternoon that they have landed a rock band to perform in Guthrie this coming summer. Officials hope this band will bring several thousands of people to town.
Several turned out and stood on the sidewalks of Oklahoma Avenue to take in the 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. parade Monday morning.
Many folks living in Guthrie more than likely have never been to Moscow, but this week Moscow has come to Guthrie and later this year will be displayed on the big screen.
Aaron Montgomery, a 2000 graduate of Guthrie High School, is one of four Americans invited to compete this weekend in the UIAA Ice Climbing World Cup event in Saas Fee Switzerland.
The second season of Mudcats is set to debut Sunday, Jan. 13 at 9 p.m. The documentary, which was filmed in Guthrie, will air on the National Geographic channel.
The Guthrie High School choir held their annual Guthrie Choral Christmas Concert Thursday evening inside the Scottish Rite Temple in front of several in attendance.
The annual Victorian Walk was another successful season for the city of Guthrie and the downtown merchants and for some of those merchants they received a bonus for the best windows.
The public is invited to watch as Santa Claus flies into the Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport for one last time before he heads off to the North Pole.
News 9 will be in Guthrie on Friday, December 14 to experience the fun of historic Guthrie and taking a look at some of the annual Territorial Christmas favorites.
Santa Claus, crafts, games, goodies and a science lady set the tone for Guthrie Upper Elementary School’s Winter Family Fun Night.
The Pollard Theater received a boost for their upcoming 26th season with a grant presented by the Inasmuch Foundation. The foundation plans to distribute $2.97 million in grants to 25 organizations in Oklahoma.
The final preparations have been made and its now time to kick off the Guthrie Territorial Christmas events throughout the month of December.
The Fogarty Elementary Honor Choir will be caroling December 1st in downtown Edmond for The Downtown Edmond Association’s Annual Dickens’ Weekend. The students will be dressed in period costumes while singing Christmas Carols for the merchants in Edmond from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m.
In October it was pink shirts for the Guthrie Fire Department and in November it is Movember, better-known as No Shave November. Now, the GFD wants you to vote for your best and worse moustache.
I hope this finds you thawing the turkey, gathering the veggies and baking the yummy desserts! We at the Chamber have been promoting Guthrie’s Christmas Festivities this past week by visiting; Pauls Valley, Duncan, Sulpher, Ardmore, Ada, Durant, Tishomingo, Purcell, Gainsville and Denison Texas.
On Tuesday, November 20th Fogarty Elementary School will celebrate the upcoming Thanksgiving Holidays during two assemblies at the school.