The Guthrie City Council held a workshop regarding an increase for the hotel and motel tax rate Tuesday evening. The council heard from the Guthrie Chamber of Commerce and several citizens on a proposed increase rate of anywhere from one to four percent.
Guthrie Boy Scout troops 587 and 850 and troop 396 from Mustang participated in Jamboree on the Air (JOTA) on Saturday.
Special to Guthrie News Page Attorney General Scott Pruitt recently congratulated First Assistant Attorney General Rob Hudson on his selection as a special judge in Logan County.
Department of Public Safety officials report a decrease in traffic fatalities. There were 56 fatalities in August 2012 with a total of 72 in the same month last year.
Plumbers in the area of South Cedar and Drexel cut a natural gas line Thursday morning causing some residents to be forced out of their homes.
The topic of a sports complex for Guthrie has been talked about for years and years with no success. Not even a spec of dirt has been moved, or for that matter even bought, but a council member is hoping a familiar person to the north could lend a helping hand and a few dollars.
A local bar owner was arrested Tuesday evening by the Guthrie Police Department and pleads he is not guilty of the crime that he is accused of.
A Guthrie man is facing a felony charge after being arrested and accused of sexually assaulting a male college student.
A driver remains on the loose after he sent Guthrie police officers on an 11-minute car pursuit on the northern side of town Monday evening. The pursuit ended in the county near Highway 74C.
Beautiful trees, you know we love them. Beautiful trees, we need more of them. Those are just a few lines of the catchy song from Sid the Science Kid, a children’s cartoon, and something Master Gardener Betsy Randolph strongly believes.
Dear Friends of Guthrie’s Territorial Christmas Celebration, our next meeting will be Thursday, October 25, at 6:00 at 115 N. 2nd St. Please come join us! We will be having some great events in the near future, and you can be a part of them!
BancFirst has agreed to serve as a donation site for the “Feeding Oklahoma” food drive sponsored by Governor Mary Fallin again this year. The goal is to collect one million meals for hungry Oklahomans.
The Oklahoma Department of Environment Quality (DEQ) have found above levels of uranium in the water of residents in rural Logan County.
The Guthrie Public Works Authority will meet Tuesday evening and one item on the agenda is to approve supplying water to the City of Coyle.
Fires that occur in high-rise apartment buildings and condominiums are especially dangerous and cause more damage than all other structure fires, according to the National Fire Protection Association. The American Red Cross urges those living in these multi-unit buildings to think ahead and know the evacuation plans and fire safety features for their building.
Cooking is the leading cause of home fires and fire injuries in the United States, and the American Red Cross wants to remind families in the Central and Western Oklahoma Region to be careful in the kitchen and to keep the lid on cooking fires.
Passer-bys will soon see a long time standing bank come to a crumbling fall next month and replaced by a modern day structure.
The American Red Cross is offering tips parents to reduce their risk of fires and talk with their children about fire safety during Fire Prevention Week.
On October 23rd at 6 p.m. the Guthrie City Council will host a special open forum workshop to discuss the consideration of increasing Hotel/Motel sales tax.
With the recent passing of former Guthrie Mayor Jon Gumerson this past weekend, the City of Guthrie released a statement acknowledging Gumerson’s commitment to the city.