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Committee discusses disc golf course in Highland Park

January 21, 2015 2 comments

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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. Read more…

Categories: Community, Parks, Sports

Voters say yes to county tax and no to city sales tax

August 27, 2014 Leave a comment

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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. Read more…

Trees removed from downtown parking lot

January 11, 2014 Leave a comment

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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. Read more…

Categories: City Council, Community, Parks

“Blue” calls it a career with City of Guthrie after 36 years

November 4, 2013 Leave a comment

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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. Read more…

Categories: Community, Parks

Wildlife grant helps add boat dock at Liberty Lake

October 23, 2013 1 comment

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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. Read more…

Categories: Community, Parks

Much needed rain puts water in Mineral Wells Park’s ponds

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Updated on April 15The City of Guthrie placed the fountain back in the pond as the city prepares for the upcoming 89er Week.

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Categories: City Council, News, Parks, Weather

Options heard on filling up pond at Mineral Wells Park

December 6, 2012 1 comment

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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. Read more…

Categories: City Council, News, Parks
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