The Guthrie Board of Education approved new band uniforms, honored the Guthrie Wrestling program, accepted the resignation of a principal and approved district policies.
For the fifth straight year, the Guthrie Educational Foundation increased their amount of grants given. Last week, a group of educators received some of those benefits.
The Guthrie Public Schools Board of Education voted 6-1 to add a policy that requires a superintendent to reside within the boundaries of the district. However, the policy could lead to future litigation.
After 35 years in the Guthrie Public School system, a Guthrie principal will be retiring at the end of the school year.
Guthrie Junior High teacher Bryan Dearing was selected to spend seven weeks in Brazil working along side teachers and other industry leaders.
The winter season has not shown its full power of cold temperatures, snow or ice, but then again have you jumped in a lake with a wind chill of 3 degrees? That is exactly what some Special Olympics athletes and volunteers did in The Polar Plunge.
The Guthrie Public Schools Board of Education held a special meeting Tuesday evening, where two new board members took office.
The Guthrie High School music choir will present two shows in March at the Faver Auditorium.
The Guthrie High School band will be holding their annual spaghetti dinner.
Guthrie High School’s Family, Career, Community Leaders of America (FCCLA) will be hosting a “United Week Boutique” during this year’s United Week at the high school.
United Week is fast approaching for Guthrie High School. From Friday, March 2nd to Friday, March 9th, the entire school will be uniting together to raise money for the Youth Shelter here in Guthrie. Their goal is $5,000.
Guthrie High School has released the 9 Valedictorians and six Salutatorians for 2012.
Cotteral Elementary will be hosting Pre-K and Kindergarten pre-enrollment in March.
Spring is right around the corner and Cotteral Elementary is prepared for fun and exciting times with music programs, picture day and graduation day.
Travis Sallee and Sharon Watts shared a campaign mailer together and now the duo will serve on the Guthrie Public School’s Board of Education together.
Guthrie High School’s Youth in Government students recently took part in their state convention and came away with high accolades.
Citizens will be heading to the polls on Tuesday, but some will be getting a head start by voting at the Logan County Election Board office.
10 kids in Guthrie will get the chance to sing the national anthem at this weekend’s Oklahoma City Thunder basketball game inside the Chesapeake Energy Arena.
The Guthrie Board of Education commemorated the 2011 Class 5A State Championship football team in their regular monthly meeting on Monday evening.
It’s often said a mother will do just about anything for their children and that is what Colette Datin has done.