Gas line break near Crescent school; students being moved

Gas line break near Crescent school; students being moved

Update at 3:10 — Due to the gas line break, the repairs will last through Thursday. Classes for Thursday, Feb. 7 have been cancelled for Crescent Public Schools. The 4-H meeting set for Wednesday and the FFA Shadows on Thursday have also been cancelled. The Ag Booster meeting will be held Thursday 7 p.m. at […]

City Planner accepts similar position with Shawnee

City Planner accepts similar position with Shawnee

After a year and a half of service to the City of Guthrie, Rebecca Blaine has accepted a position in another Oklahoma community. Blaine recently was offered the City of Shawnee’s City Planning Director position. She will begin transitioning into that role later this month. “Guthrie is an incredible community with extraordinary architecture, history and people,” […]

Guthrie educators nominated for National LifeChanger of the Year award

Guthrie educators nominated for National LifeChanger of the Year award

Tamara Kuriger of Guthrie High School and Tonya Stansbury of Cotteral Elementary School have been nominated for the 2018-2019 national LifeChanger of the Year award. Kuriger, a special education teacher, was nominated by her colleague, Emily Savory. She was recognized as a LifeChanger in her community for making lessons interesting and relatable for her students. […]

Lt. Governor visits Guthrie for workshop

Lt. Governor visits Guthrie for workshop

Officials with the City of Guthrie and community leaders welcomed state leaders, including Lieutenant Governor Matt Pinnell, last week to showcase Guthrie and what it has to offer the state. Along with Pinnell, State Representative Garry Mize and State Senator Chuck Hall listened and interacted to a variety of topics, including tourism, film industry, the […]

Family, community mourning the loss of four

Family, community mourning the loss of four

An early morning Oklahoma City apartment fire Sunday morning claimed the lives of four family members, including three children, from Guthrie. “Our hearts go out to the families that lost children in this tragedy. This is truly a sad day in Guthrie,” Guthrie Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson said in a release on Sunday […]

Local food bank helping government furloughed employees

Local food bank helping government furloughed employees

God’s Food Bank in Guthrie has partnered with Regional Food Bank if OKC to help supplement food supply for government furloughed employees in Logan County and surrounding areas. Employees do not have to officially sign up, but need to know that you aren’t working because of the shutdown. Hours of operation are Wednesday 10 – […]

Power restored for 149 OG&E customers

Power restored for 149 OG&E customers

Many OG&E customers in the Guthrie area were without power for about a hour on Monday. The power went out just before 2:40 p.m. on Guthrie’s east side. OG&E tells Guthrie News Page the outage was due to an overhead primary fuse was off due to the wind. The power eventually came back on at […]

Video: Man escapes burning house

Video: Man escapes burning house

A Guthrie resident was able to escape his house Monday afternoon before flames and smoke were able to completely take over. The Guthrie Fire Department responded to the 800 block of E. Warner for a structure fire. Upon their arrival, they found the home full of flames. The black, heavy smoke could be seen miles […]

5th Street bridge reopens

5th Street bridge reopens

After nearly a year of being shut down, the ever popular 5th Street bridge has reopened. The bridge suffered significant damage in January 2018 by a construction company. Related article: 5th Street bridge heavily damaged by crane Manhattan Road and Bridge Co. – based out of Tulsa – attempted to move a crane across the […]

Guthrie man involved in vehicle accident in Coyle

Photo courtesy of Kathy Hayes.

Guthrie man involved in vehicle accident in Coyle

A Guthrie man was transported to a Oklahoma City hospital Tuesday afternoon after his vehicle was struck by a semi truck. Several agencies responded to State Highway 33 and Main Street in the city limits of Coyle for a two vehicle accident just after 3 p.m. The accident forced the roadway to be shut down […]

Meridian Superintendent voted president-elect of national board of directors

Meridian Superintendent voted president-elect of national board of directors

STILLWATER, Okla. – Dr. Douglas R. Major, Superintendent/CEO of Meridian Technology Center, was recently voted to serve as President-Elect of the Association of Career and Technical Education (ACTE), the largest professional organization in the world dedicated to career and technical education. His appointment will begin July 1, 2019, and will continue through 2022. During this […]

Filing period for Free Fair Board election

Filing period for Free Fair Board election

Filing for candidacy for the Free Fair Board started on Monday and closes at 4:30 p.m. on Friday, January 18 in the County Clerk’s Office. The Clerk’s Office is located inside the Logan County Courthouse (301 E. Harrison). Only registered qualified voters of Logan County shall be eligible to file as a candidate. Any person […]

Husband charged with second degree murder

Husband charged with second degree murder

The Guthrie man accused of killing his wife has been charged with second degree murder. Clyne Hubbard Miles was charged on Monday afternoon inside the Logan County Courthouse. The 48-year-old was also charged with possession of a firearm after a former conviction of a felony. Bond has been set at $200,000. On January 6, Clyne […]

Wallace, Pfeiffer and Mize assigned committees for 57th Oklahoma Legislature

Pictured (L-R): Rep. Kevin Wallace, Rep. John Pfeiffer and Rep. Garry Mize.

Wallace, Pfeiffer and Mize assigned committees for 57th Oklahoma Legislature

OKLAHOMA CITY – House Speaker Charles McCall announced committee assignments for standing House committees and appropriation subcommittees of the 57th Oklahoma Legislature, including Republican Representatives Kevin Wallace, John Pfeiffer and Garry Mize. “I am thankful that we have 101 members who are willing to roll up their sleeves and serve where they are most needed,” said […]

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