The Oklahoma Department of Transportation had a full house at the First Christian Church for a public meeting concerning the improvement of State Highway 33 on the city’s west side of town.
The First Capital Republican Women (FCRW) and the Logan County GOP will host a Republican Candidates Forum on Thursday, May 24, at 7:00 p.m.
The Guthrie City Council met in executive session to discuss two pending lawsuits against the city on Tuesday evening, but not before a public discussion between two attorneys.
The Guthrie Police Chief is requesting that the Federal Bureau of Investigation investigate the department’s activities in reference to a lawsuit filed against four officers and the City of Guthrie.
The Oklahoma Department of Transportation will be holding a public meeting to present information and receive comment on the Highway 33 Bridge (Viaduct) replacement project.
Guthrie High School principal Chad Wilson has accepted a new role and will be moving inside the administration building.
Guthrie News Page has learned more about Gerald Perry, Jr., who was arrested last week for alleged sex crimes on mentally challenged patients at Westview Living Center.
Update – The case and charges were dismissed on Sept. 20, 2013 after the death of Gerald William “Butch” Perry Jr.
The Guthrie Police Department will soon be adding technology to their patrol cars with the addition of dashboard cameras.
The owner of Halftime Bar and Grill has filed a suit against the City of Guthrie, including four Guthrie police officers.
BNSF Railroad will be closing Oklahoma Ave. and Industrial for repairs on Thursday and Friday.
The Guthrie Chamber of Commerce and the Guthrie YMCA have announced the establishment of the inaugural First Capital Triathlon.
A local Oklahoma Highway Patrol trooper was injured during a motorcycle ride for fallen deputies.
It was a bright moon early Sunday morning, but for some Guthrie residents that was all the light they had for some time.
The Logan County Health Department and Oklahoma State Department of Health (OSDH) are recognizing public health nurses in Oklahoma for their caring, skill and hard work during National Nurses Week, May 6-12.
Due to the recent rains which have left standing water in backyards, drainage ditches and other low lying areas, the Logan County Health Department has launched its mosquito control assistance program, Administrative Director Jay Smith said today.
As part of his 77-County Tour, Insurance Commissioner John Doak will be visiting Logan County with a scheduled stop in Guthrie.
A semi-truck carrying an oversize load on a trailer clipped a light pole at a busy Guthrie intersection.
In an effort to reduce motor vehicle-related deaths and injury, the leading killer of children under 14, Safe Kids Oklahoma, the Logan County Health Department, and the Guthrie Fire Department are sponsoring a car seat check-up event on Friday, May 11th from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Guthrie Fire Department located at 209 E. […]
Residents of Guthrie may notice something a little different this week as the Relay for Life committee members invite everyone to “Paint the Town Purple” in effort to fight cancer, to see a brighter tomorrow and celebrate more birthdays.