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Community prepares for next disaster

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After the recent wildfires south and east of Guthrie it became apparent that there was a need for a consolidation of services and resources so that those affected by tragedy could easily determine where to go for help. Although many organizations and individuals stepped up and eagerly offered help, it became quite confusing to many the victims and caused them to spend way too much time searching through resources to get their needs met. Read more…

Categories: Community, Emergency, News

GHS delivers donations to victims; donations still being accepted

May 23, 2013 3 comments

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What started out as a one day event has now blossomed into a major relief effort for the tornado victims in several communities as students and citizens of Guthrie have come together to help. Read more…

Logan County Task Force responds to Moore

May 21, 2013 3 comments

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The Logan County Task Force immediately assembled soon after a horrific EF5 tornado ripped through the town of Moore on Monday afternoon. Read more…

Governor Fallin declares State of Emergency due to drought

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OKLAHOMA CITY – Governor Mary Fallin today declared a State of Emergency for all 77 Oklahoma counties due to extreme or exceptional drought conditions. Read more…

Categories: Emergency, Weather

Will Logan County go under a burn ban?

July 22, 2012 3 comments

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Guthrie Fire Chief Eric Harlow issued a burn ban on Monday for the city limits of Guthrie. However, this does not include the county at this time. Read more…

Silver Alert: officials looking for missing woman

June 23, 2012 1 comment

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Authorities, including the Guthrie Police Department, are looking for a missing elderly woman from Kingfisher.

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Categories: Emergency, Guthrie Police, News

Red Cross helps launch training program for response to disasters

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Norman, Okla.Tornadoes, wildfires, earthquakes and floods.   Oklahoma is no stranger to disasters, but when it happens, there are no strangers among us.  Oklahomans have a solid tradition of stepping up and helping out our neighbors in need, but having the right training is essential to an effective response.   Read more…

Categories: Emergency, News
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