A house in Twin Lakes fell into the Cimarron River on Wednesday afternoon. Residents living along the Cimarron River in Logan County were prepared to evacuate due to flooding. The Logan County Sheriff’s Office went door-to-door warning residents. Twin Lakes is located north of Cashion and southwest of Crescent.
With heavy rains in the month of May, the Cottonwood Creek on Guthrie’s west side came out of its banks and across Noble Ave. (Highway 33). In the last 30 days, Guthrie has officially picked up 13.52 inches of rain, but several local rain gauges have shown over 16 inches of rain. The Cottonwood Creek […]
Here is a list of some of the road closures due to flooding: US-77 is closed north of SH-74C near Guthrie. SH-74F is closed between Cashion and SH-33 due to pavement damage. Division and College Ave. Mineral Wells Park Do not go around barricades and do not drive into water.
The Town of Coyle has issued a Voluntary Evacuation Order for a specific area due to a projected flood. According to Coyle firefighters, the National Weather Service is predicting a record to near record flood along Main Street (see map). “This will cause these areas of Coyle to be flooded,” one firefighter said. The old […]
Several school districts, including Guthrie Public Schools, have canceled classes for Monday because of the threat of severe storms expected to move across Oklahoma. Officials from Guthrie Public Schools, Oklahoma City Public Schools, Moore Public Schools, Norman Public Schools, Yukon Public Schools, Mid-Del Schools, Deer Creek Public Schools, Western Heights Public Schools and Mustang Public Schools have canceled classes for Monday. Despite missing Monday and […]
Officials are projecting the Cimarron River will go into flood stage on Wednesday evening. Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow says the flooding event could take place between 6-7 p.m. and crest at 22 feet possibly at 7 a.m. in Thursday. “This will most likely necessitate the closure of US 77 this evening from Dolese Road […]
By: Blake WimseySpecial to Guthrie News Page Blake Wimsey operates Foundation Insurance in downtown Guthrie With storm season officially upon us here in Oklahoma, here are some helpful tips to help get you (and your home) through the Spring. Have your roof checked Our roofs are the first line of defense against Oklahoma weather. Find a reputable roofer […]
Roadways across Logan County became hazardous due to freezing drizzle and dropping temperatures early Wednesday morning. The Logan County Sheriff’s Office and Guthrie Fire Department began responding to several accidents on Interstate 35 and county roads shortly after 3 a.m. The first of many accidents took place on the Cimarron River bridge on I-35 near […]
With temperatures below freezing on Monday, the first snow of the season gave Guthrie a white Christmas appearance. The white flakes began falling early Monday and continued well into the afternoon. The white-out look will not last long with temperatures expected to rise back in the 50’s and 60’s by the end of the week. […]
A heat advisory has been issued for most of Oklahoma, including Logan County, from noon Tuesday to 7 p.m. Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
On average, June is the wettest month of the year for Oklahoma and over the weekend Guthrie saw over three inches fall.
It was a bumpy night for many residents in Guthrie and throughout Logan County after thunderstorms brought heavy rains, winds and lightning.
It was an early wake up call unlike any other for a Guthrie couple Thursday morning after lightning struck their home.
By John D. Doak Oklahoma Insurance Commissioner Whether you’ve lived in Oklahoma all your life or you are new to the area, storm season must be taken seriously. Preparing before the sirens sound is the best way to protect your family and your property. The following tips will help you get ready for tornado […]
It’s still unknown if Charter Oak Elementary School will be ready for school children come next August. Earlier this month, the Guthrie Board of Education approved next year’s school calendar, but have an approved second calendar on standby.
Crews with the City of Guthrie were out and about Saturday morning with sand trucks on local streets. Now, they are on standby for pending winter weather.
A four man water rescue/boat team from the Guthrie Fire Department left for Houston Wednesday morning to help rescue efforts following the devastation left by Hurricane Harvey.
Many people throughout the state are enjoying the below average August temperatures along with the above average rainfall. A good part of the rainfall has found its way in southern Logan County and at the site of the soon-to-be Charter Oak Elementary School.
It was bound to happen. Luckily, it came in the third week of July. We’re talking about temperatures hitting 100 degrees for the first time this year.
ODOT has blocked off Douglas Blvd (southbound) from Highway 105. A portion of the road has washed out. On Monday, some residents said they had received over four inches of rain in two hours.