One employee at the Guthrie Taco Bell tells a Oklahoma City television station that her hours, along with her co-workers, will be cut down due to the Affordable Care Act, or as she and many others call “Obamacare”.
We continue to get periodic calls at District 1 from people inquiring about when bridge construction on Broadway will be done. The answer is that the contractor has through February to complete the job.
With aid coming from the state’s Quality Jobs Program, a Guthrie business plant will have 218 new jobs.
John R. Wood, Guthrie Ward 1 City Councilman, is running for re-election in 2013. Wood is concluding his first term as Councilman.
The much-anticipated opening of Legends Food and Sport now has an official opening date and a menu that many will enjoy with the variety of selections at great prices.
Some Guthrie residents say they have been hearing them for months, but a number of residents heard them for the first time Wednesday evening. We’re talking about booms.
UPDATE – Jennifer Sorrell was located early today (Tuesday) at the residence of a family friend.
Some changes took place in Guthrie during the 2012 calendar year. Along with changes, Guthrie saw some inspirational stories, reality shows that came to town and a cross that went missing.
2012 was the first full calendar year that Guthrie News Page brought you the news and events regarding Guthrie and surrounding communities.
At approximately 6:30 Saturday night the Langston Police Department received an emergency call regarding a shooting that took place in the 400 block of S. Oklahoma Street. When officers arrived they found Michael DeWayne Milton, 50, dead of an apparent gunshot wound.
OSBI Internet Crimes Against Children (ICAC) agents, OSBI Computer Crimes agents, and Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force Members from Guthrie Police Department, and the Edmond Police Department made yet another arrest of a man distributing child pornography over the Internet.
It was a busy and stressful week for most at the Guthrie Fire Department with promotional examinations taking place.
Guthrie Rescue responded to a single vehicle accident on Saturday morning on Interstate 35. Upon arrival, one person was killed when the vehicle left the highway and crashing into a tree line.
Guthrie Public School’s Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson released a letter to parents and members of the community regarding the events that took place on Monday. Here is that letter.
A Lieutenant with the Guthrie Police Department helped nab an Oklahoma City man who is alleged of sharing child pornography over the internet.
Mayor Chuck Burtcher recognized Don Riepe and Byron Berline before the start of Tuesday’s city council meeting. Once business got underway, the council unanimously approved a new ambulance for the Guthrie Fire Department.
The American Red Cross spent much of 2012 helping people all across the country whose lives were impacted by disasters. Relief efforts were launched in response to 113 large scale disasters in 42 states and territories between January 1 and December 1.
Guthrie Public Schools and Superintendent Dr. Mike Simpson released a statement on the events that have taken place on the threat of a school shooting.
A Guthrie High School student has been arrested after making a threat of a school shooting last Friday to other students.
Neighbors came together for two families and held a candlelight vigil for a three-year-old boy who was killed over the weekend.