Jon Chappell has been inducted into a Hall of Fame before in his hometown, but the Guthrie High School baseball coach will be honored on the state level. Read more…
GNP Ticket Special: Guthrie News Page and Guthrie Sports Page have a limited number of buy-one-get-one free tickets for general admission for the Friday (7:30) and Sunday (2:00) shows only.
Email us at news@GuthrieNewsPage.com now to claim your ticket while supplies last and enjoy the circus. Limit two per family and tickets can be picked up at Jelsma Stadium on Friday only.
In America today, there remains only one big-tented circus, which manages to maintain a traditionally demanding road schedule. It’s the all new edition of the Carson & Barnes Circus, bringing almost one hundred performers and animals to the famed Lazy E Arena in Guthrie, Oklahoma on Friday, September 30th, Saturday, October 1st, and Sunday, October 2nd. Carson & Barnes Circus is always pleased to provide performances to thrill young and old alike, at a very affordable price. Read more…
According to Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation agents, the body that was found in the Cimarron River in Logan County has been identified.
Her cause of death remains undetermined by the medical examiner’s office.
Harlow’s neighbor noticed the sketch of Harlow and reported that he had not seen her in several weeks to help lead to the identification.
The medical examiner’s office believes the woman had been in the water for approximately four days, when she was recored on May 28th near the State Highway 74 bridge close to Crescent.
OSBI agents and Logan County Sheriff’s Deputies can now track her whereabouts the last several days of her life to help determine how she died. Toxicology reports are pending.
The City of Guthrie has received a great number of donations from Pet Smart and are selling the goods as a fundraiser for the Guthrie Animal Shelter that was damaged by the May 24th Guthrie tornado.
“We have hundreds of high quality pet beds that can be obtained for a $10 donation to the animal shelter,” City Manager Matt Mueller said. “These beds come in many different shapes and sizes. We also have a mountain of pet toys that we are giving away with a donation of $2.50.”
Items are available at the Library, Police Department, Utility Counter, or at the Animal Shelter’s temporary location at 927 East Prairie Grove Road.
Mueller said he is anticipating doing significant fundraising endeavors for the shelter.
The City of Guthrie has a special fund set up to accept donations to the animal shelter.
Guthrie City Manager Matt Mueller received the information and said the City was “once again in line with where we need to be with our budgeted revenues.”
The sales tax deposit this month was $322,418 compared to the $306,161 that was deposited this time last year. The increase comes in at 5.31% compared to the previous year’s comparison and it is a 1.3% increase from the $318,282 deposited this time in 2009.
Town Hall Meeting
The next Town Hall Meeting for the potential curbside recycling program will be held on July 7 at 6:00 p.m. in the City Council Chambers. To learn more about the program and cast your vote, click here to read the GSP article.
Story submitted by Kim Querry on KFOR.com on Wednesday, June 8th.
The program runs from June 6, 2011 through June 30, 2011 at GUES-Upper Elementary School.
The program will also run from June 6, 2011 through July 29, 2011 at Cotteral Elementary School.
It is open to Guthrie residents from zero to 18-years-old.
Breakfast will be served at 8 a.m. to 8:45 a.m. at both sites.
Lunch will then be served from 11:30 a.m. to 12:15 p.m. at both sites.
All meals must be eaten at the schools and none will be given as take-out.