The Guthrie City Council accepted the resignation of City Manager Matt Mueller in a special meeting Friday afternoon as Guthrie News Page reported on Wednesday.
Guthrie Mayor Chuck Burtcher put his signature on a proclamation that will help begin to heighten awareness of child abuse and set the tone for the annual Touch the Trucks.
Albert Hawkes, Commander, American Legion Lebron Post 58, presents a Governor’s proclamation to Guthrie Mayor, Chuck Burtcher at a recent Guthrie City Council meeting.
By Tori Jones Guthrie News Page Cotteral Elementary School had a few special guests and a tree planting on Friday morning to celebrate Arbor Day.
OKLAHOMA CITY – Mayors from across Oklahoma met at the state Capitol on January 20 to debate issues facing municipalities and craft a legislative agenda for the 2012 legislative session. Guthrie mayor Chuck Burtcher and vice-mayor Trey Ayres took part in the Congress, with Burtcher acting as voting delegate for the city of Guthrie. Burtcher served on the […]
The Guthrie City Council started 2012 with perhaps the quickest city council meeting. If it was the shortest meeting Lance Crenshaw would know.
The City of Guthrie’s City Council held their regular scheduled meeting Tuesday evening and passed all items in front of them with unanimous votes.
Tori Jones Guthrie News Page Guthrie had their annual Christmas parade on Saturday evening.
After several weeks following the September 8th resignation of city council member Ellen Gomes, Guthrie Mayor Chuck Burtcher will be presenting his nomination for her replacement to the council.
For the second time in four months, the City of Guthrie has received an Initiative Petition from Guthrie residents in hopes of changing the city’s charter.
Guthrie councilwoman Ellen Gomes turned in her resignation letter Thursday morning.
The Guthrie Public Works Authority, City Council and the Guthrie Industrial Development Authority all met for their regular scheduled meeting Tuesday evening with all three needing an Executive Session for business.
It was a busy Tuesday evening for the Guthrie City Council and Guthrie Public Works Authority with numerous consent agenda items to consider.
It took nearly 25 minutes to auction off, but the west side fire station has a new owner.
The Guthrie City Council and Public Works Authority regular scheduled meeting Tuesday evening moved along very smoothly by approving all consent agendas and resolutions unanimously.