Watch as Ward 2 candidates Brian Bothroyd and Chuck Burtcher and Ward 3 candidates Sharyl Padgett and Don Channel discuss their views and opinions on several topics. The election for city council will be April 2nd. Related article: April 2nd Election: All the voting information you need The open forum was sponsored by the Greater […]
With the help of donations, Banner Park has six new trees to help showcase Guthrie’s newest park. Deep Fork Tree Farm donated three Bald Cypress and three Lacebark Elm trees. “(They) are going to add so much beauty and shade to the park,” a City spokesperson said. A member of the City of Guthrie Forestry […]
The City of Guthrie has been approved for a grant that will add a splash pad and playground project inside Mineral Wells Park. The city council will now vote to accept and match the 50-50 grant.
It’s no secret that youth sports plays a big factor in all towns across America. It’s also no secret Guthrie has lacked in youth sports fields for a long time. However, a committee has formed to help find solutions to bring a youth complex to town.
Last week, the groundwork began for upgrades to Mineral Wells Park and Highland Park.
Instructors and students in the Guthrie Job Corps help dedicate a monument with Guthrie Vice Mayor Ed Wood in front of the Smallest National Park.
On Monday morning, Park Ranger Stacy and the City of Guthrie helped declare this week as the Smallest National Park Week. They did so in front of an elm tree and a wrought iron fence, which actually – yeah is a national park.
A Guthrie High School student sat down with city officials to discuss the feasibility of building a disc golf course in one of Guthrie’s city parks.
The votes were counted on Tuesday and it concluded with mix results for two sales tax propositions. Voters approved a three-fourths of one percent tax for Logan County. Meanwhile, City of Guthrie voters rejected a proposed one percent increase.
A downtown parking lot will soon be getting a facelift soon. The project started this week with Bradford Pear trees being cut down by the city’s Street crew.
Guthrie has seen several changes in the past 36 years and for the positive and negative Verdell “Blue” Smith has been through it all. On Monday, Smith said farewell after 36 years of service for the City of Guthrie.
A grant from the Department of Wildlife will now give lake goers at Liberty Lake a much easier time handling their watercrafts with the installation of a new boat dock.
Updated on April 15 – The City of Guthrie placed the fountain back in the pond as the city prepares for the upcoming 89er Week.
It has been a much talked about topic on social media and around town, but the Mineral Wells Park pond remains a grassy hole. During a recent city council work shop, council members heard preliminary alternative ways to fill the pond back up.
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.
The Guthrie Park Board is looking for new members interested in giving freely of their time and talent. Serving on the Park Board is a respected civic responsibility that deals directly with the quality of life in our community. There are currently two openings on the board which meets every other month on the third […]
The Guthrie Park Board will be holding their next scheduled meeting Thursday, July 21, and among the topics will be consideration for a Dog Park at Mineral Wells Park.