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On behalf of the entire membership of the Greater Guthrie Chamber of Commerce, our Board of Directors and the Guthrie community as a whole, I would like to personally welcome you to Guthrie. Whether you are visiting for the day, already a member of the Guthrie community or looking to call Guthrie home, our city comes with a lot of opportunity. We are proud to present one of the many benefits provided by the Greater Guthrie Chamber of Commerce -- the 2021 Chamber Guide. Please let it serve as a very valuable resource for discovering all that Guthrie has to offer. You will find an alphabetical and categorical listing of all Chamber Investors that help support the important work of the Chamber. As you flip through this guide, you will see the many unique goods, services and attractions available throughout our community. This guide also highlights the many business and community events held annually in Guthrie. With almost 300 Chamber Investors, we encourage you to patronize our businesses, to shop and dine locally and help us continue building success for our community. For more information, please visit our website at guthriechamber.com, download our app (available on the Google Play and Apple App Store) or find us on Facebook. We have a wonderful, thriving community and we are proud to share it with you! #ChooseGuthrie #CommunityWins
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Welcome to Guthrie
Where the Living is Easy!! Visitors come from around the world to learn about our history, to walk our brick sidewalks and to shop our quaint boutiques and antique malls. People come from miles around to visit our museums and art galleries, to enjoy the many festivals and celebrations and of course to partake in the fantastic array of food and spirits that are offered daily in our coffee shops, diners, restaurants and saloons. A small town with a gigantic future, we boast the largest contiguous historical district in the United States ---- and also the smallest national park. We proudly lay claim to the largest Masonic Temple in the World and the title of “Best Small Town in Oklahoma” as christened by Southern Living Magazine. From the best regional theater around, to the many unique and acclaimed museums, “the arts” are a part of our guiding star. It is a town filled with fantastic Victorian Architecture and bubbling with the sights and sounds of Bluegrass Festivals, Territorial Christmases and Red Brick Nights, where we “close the city streets, pull up a chair and just listen to the music”! No wonder 11 films have been produced here JUST LAST YEAR! People SETTLE in Guthrie to enjoy all of these things plus a quality of life and life style that is progressive yet comfortable and easy! How about 10 parks, two lakes, two splash pads , handicapped accessible play grounds and a disc golf course. Visualize 405 acres of “greenbelt” and miles and miles of walking paths --- yup, right here in Guthrie America. How about our own airport, home to over 120 aircraft -- making the whole world available from your doorstep. Add in a quality education system that integrates with an advanced technical vocational organization plus a coordinated medical delivery structure with a dynamic hospital. What have you got? A community where the quality of living just moved to WONDERFUL! Guthrie is a great place to visit and an even better place to live. It is a place where “the past and the future meet --- in a really good way!!” Welcome to Guthrie. Live, Laugh, Enjoy, Stay. You are HOME! Steven J. Gentling Mayor GuthrieChamber.com GuthrieChamber.com
Enjoy small-town life and avoid the high-cost of city living with a pleasant commute from Guthrie. Bricktown/Downtown/Oklahoma City: 34 minutes UCO/Edmond: 27 minutes Langston University/Langston: 17 minutes OSU/Stillwater: 40 minutes OU/Norman: 53 minutes OK Christian University/South Edmond: 26 minutes OCCC/South Oklahoma City: 41 minutes
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Slow down in one of the most charming, walkable, growth-oriented communities in America. Dubbed a “Best Small Town” by Southern Living Magazine in 2018, approximately 13,000 people call Guthrie home. The surrounding area has surged with a vibrant 10% population increase to 45,996; households also increased by 12% with an average household income of $73,002.
Best Value Guthrie is more than a nationally-recognized American Planning Association’s Great Neighborhood; it’s a great place to live and invest in real estate. Home values took a 12% jump to a median value of $138,800. At ten percent below the state average, the low cost of living in Guthrie and low property tax rate of 91.1 mills/$1,000 assessed value makes Logan County one of the most appealing and affordable places to live in the nation. Guide to to Guthrie Guthrie 88 Guide
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Pastor Josh & Nicole Seabolt
We exist to Love God, Love People & Serve Both Well! WE DO THIS THROUGH SUNDAY GATHERING, HUNGRY HEARTS FEEDING MINISTRY, HOMELESS MISSIONS, COMMUNITY OUTREACH & GLOBAL MISSIONS. WE ARE A CHURCH THAT IS DEDICATED TO NOT ONLY IMPACTING OUR COMMUNITY BUT OUR WORLD. SUNDAYS AT 10AM - IN THE BUILDING OR ONLINE AT: GENERATIONSGUTHRIE.ONLINE.CHURCH 2524 W Noble Ave · Guthrie, OK 73044 · 405-282-6848 generationsguthrie.com · Facebook.com/generations GuthrieChamber.com
Make Memories Guthrians enjoy a variety of options for fun and entertainment, from crafting in the Arts District to driving in at one of the few remaining outdoor theaters in Oklahoma, Beacon Drive-In Theater. Savor a beautiful day with a round of golf at your choice of 4 local courses. Whatever you choose, good memories await at Guthrieâ€™s family-favorite establishments. 10 10 Guide Guide to to Guthrie Guthrie
Double Stop Fiddle Shop
World-famous fiddle player, Byron Berline’s Double Stop Fiddle Shop, features a live music show in the attached music hall. Featuring the award-winning Byron Berline Band, these wonderfully entertaining shows happen twice a month (and you never know which of his famous friends might stop by). doublestop.com
Guthrie Art Center
Located in historic Guthrie’s burgeoning arts district, Guthrie Art Center offers classes, materials, and support for studio and visual arts, including weaving and spinning, pottery, jewelry/silversmithing, visual arts, and makeand-take. Visit guthrieartcenter.org for all the details on upcoming classes.
Guthrie Ghost Walks
Stroll back in time with tales of mysterious encounters and unexplainable happenings in a fascinating and fun 90 minute walking tour through downtown. Tales of some of historic Guthrie’s most interesting and active sites begin at the Apothecary Garden, located at the corner of Oklahoma Avenue and 2nd Street. Reservations: (405) 293-8404
Bring your crew, and see who can earn the highest scores at this free-play gaming center. For a great price, you’ll enjoy hours of vintagearcade games, table sports play, and more. Call (405) 466-8004 or visit leveluparcadeok. com for hours and private party availability.
“The Moon” gives guests an intimate, up-close, and personal way to experience world class music performances. This beautiful, spacious, secret-garden of an amphitheater is hidden away in the middle of downtown Guthrie and has been frequently featured on HGTV. Call (405) 209-4279 or visit guthrieretreat.com
The Pollard Theatre
Experience the magic that happens when talented actors whisk you away to another time and place in a spellbinding performance at the acclaimed Pollard Theatre. Captivating audiences for more than 30 years, Guthrie’s own professional resident theatre company continues to bring brilliant performances to the heart of historic downtown with 6 shows a year.
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Visit thepollard.org for showtimes and ticket information.
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This knit shop offers beginners classes to make crocheted or knitted shawls, cardigans, scarves, slippers, and much more. Registration required. Help with your own yarn projects is available on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 10:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
See news, shop online, and check class schedules at swakknit.com.
One of the most frightening Halloween scare-houses in Oklahoma with a carnival atmosphere full of food trucks, craft vendors, fire breathers, and scary characters to entertain you while you wait for your turn to enter the attraction, this award-winning super-haunt promises a night you won’t soon forget.
Party rental superstore delivering bounce houses, slides, concessions, games, and outdoor movie experiences for birthday parties, church celebrations, and corporate events. This safetyconscious, complete party and event rental provider also offers tents, tables, chairs, trash cans, and set up and take down to make event planning a breeze. inflatablecarnival.net
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Paint your heart out the fun way in a hands-on class. Gather a group of friends and select your templates from Tipsy Artist’s skillful hand. Grab a beverage of your choice from the bar, and let the fun begin. More info at tipsyartist.com
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RESPECTING THEIR PAST; WHILE PREPARING FOR THEIR FUTURE. Thoroughbred Athletes Inc. is a 501(c)3 nonprofit rescue, rehabilitation, re-training and rehoming facility founded in 2011 by Lynn Sullivan and located in Guthrie, OK. The mission of Thoroughbred Athletes, Inc. is to rehabilitate, retrain, and re-home off track Thoroughbred horses and afford the community especially youth the opportunity to experience the process.
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Let your creativity flow in Guthrie’s historic downtown, where a dominant, maker culture embraces the artisan spirit. Traditional and innovative artisans in this art hub come together to host a variety of classes on the first Saturday of each month in addition to other special class times. This maker’s movement has gained momentum from local businesses offering hands-on crafting experiences to the public. Whether you already consider yourself an artist or need a little more instruction, there’s something to meet your skill level in Guthrie.
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Make your own Okie momento at one of Guthrie’s art centers.
Learn the ancient craft of felt making with wool and silk flowers and stems at Art Loft OK, or try your hand at come-and-go beginners knitting and crochet class held regularly at Sealed With A Kiss, a knitters paradise with hundreds of skeins of yarn. If painting brings you joy, then head to Tipsy Artists to paint some happy little trees or whatever you choose on canvas. Try your hand at glazing pottery at Guthrie Art Center, where they will provide the ceramic pieces and fire them in a kiln when you’re done. For another one-of-a-kind creation, you can blow your own glass ornament at G Gallery & Glass Studio. Home Sweet Home on the Range schedules a variety of makeand-take classes each month. Fine art lovers can stop by Gary Good’s Gallery Grazioso for art by many local and national artists and a peek at the signed photos of famous musicians the Goods have worked with through the years. Full of artisans and craftspersons, this art-living community has a knack for attracting more. Whether you’re visiting or planning to stay a while, it’s easy to find your place in Guthrie’s contagious maker movement.
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Dominion House 602 E. College (405) 282-7789 dominionhouseguthrie.com
Guthrie Depot 409 W. Oklahoma (405) 269-7911 theguthriedepot.com
Hudson Springs 8661 E. County Rd 75 (405) 826-3448 hudsonspringsevents.com
Drexel Event Center 219 S. Drexel (405) 243-7671 firstname.lastname@example.org
Home Sweet Home on the Range 110 W. Harrison (405) 230-7323 homesweethomeontherange.com
Magnolia Moon 235 W. Cleveland (405) 209-4279 themagnoliamoon.com
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“I truly believe that if we keep telling the Christmas story, singing the Christmas songs, and living the Christmas spirit, we can bring joy and happiness and peace to this world.” -Norman Vincent Peale
DECEMBER Historic Homes Tours Delight your senses as the doors of some of Guthrie’s finest homes, churches, and historic locations, all exquisitely trimmed, open for self-guided holiday tours. Each stop along the way offers unique history, architecture, decor, and treats for you to discover. Hanukkah Menorah Lighting Join in celebrating Hanukkah, the Jewish festival of lights, with the symbolic Jewish tradition of lighting the Menorah at City Hall on the first night of Hanukkah. Christmas Tree Lighting and Parade of Lights with New Territorial Governor Join locals and tourists alike for an evening of wonder, starting at dusk, as floats, cars, and carriages covered in twinkling, holiday lights begin their heart-warming parade through downtown Guthrie. Then join the celebration around the tree in the courtyard at the Post Office, singing carols, sipping cocoa or wassail, and enjoying Christmas performances until, at last, our Parade Marshal and newly-elected Territorial Governor flips a switch, and the tree blinks to life with Christmas cheer.
Victorian Christmas Walks Munch on some street vendor peanuts and sip wassail as you step back in time for a familyfriendly evening in America’s largest contiguous historic district. Century-old, Victorianstyle buildings trimmed for the holidays come alive with actors depicting life in the early 1900s filling window displays. Find gifts for your loved ones in the quaint shops lining the main thoroughfare, as carolers roam the streets caroling, performing impromptu concerts, and spreading holiday cheer for all to hear. Take a ride in an antique, horsedrawn carriage, and then enjoy special holiday performances at the historic Pollard Theatre. Santa Fly-In Bring the kids to see Santa when he makes a pre-Christmas stop at the Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport. For more information on holiday events, visit guthrieterritorialchristmas.com.
JANUARY Martin Luther King Jr. Day Parade Join us as we honor the life and work of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. The parade features a lively performance by the Langston University Marching Band. Hear Dr. King’s speech dramatically presented afterwards by J. W. Williams, a Guthrie police officer.
FEBRUARY Taste and Tell Enjoy delicious, handmade foods and celebrate Black History, culture, and cuisine richly interwoven in Guthrie. Sponsored by Logan County NAACP, this event is held at the Logan County Fairgrounds. Crowns Tea A celebration of the rich tradition of church hats in the African American community, inspired by “Crowns: Portraits of Black Women in Church Hats” by Michael Cunningham and Craig Marberry. Call the Guthrie Public Library at (405) 282-0050 for registration and additional information. GuthrieChamber.com GuthrieChamber.com 21 21 GuthrieChamber.com 21
April ‘89er Days Parade and Celebration Oklahoma’s ‘89er Celebration revels in the historic birth of our city on April 22, 1889, when the boom of a cannon started the famous Land Run. With days of carnival fun and the largest and oldest parade in Oklahoma, visitors will enjoy the chuck wagon feed, rodeo, ‘89er Queen Competition, food and craft vendors, and more during the festivities. Don’t forget to wear your collectible ‘89er booster button. Visit 89ersday.com for event times and locations.
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May Midwest Jeepfest Hundreds of Jeep enthusiasts flock to see Jeeps and 4-wheel drive vehicles of all ages and models. Festival goers can show their flex or drive their 4-wheel drive vehicle or Jeep through the rugged obstacle course, specially designed just for this event. Enjoy food trucks and music, and be sure to check out vendor booths and register to win prizes.
Red Brick Nights This free, outdoor concert series entertains crowds on the first Saturday of the month, May through September, featuring some of the best musicians Oklahoma has to offer. Bring your lawn chairs, friends, and an appetite. Food trucks, vendors, and free activities for children are at 5 p.m. with performances beginning at 7 p.m. Follow on Facebook @RedBrickNights for lineup information.
See midwestjeepfest.com for details.
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Red Brick Nights This free outdoor concert series entertains crowds on the first Saturday of the month May through September, featuring some of the best musicians Oklahoma has to offer. Bring your lawn chairs, friends and an appetite. Food trucks, vendors and free activities for children are at 5 p.m. with performances beginning at 7 p.m. Follow the event on Facebook for lineup information.
Independence Day Fireworks Be mesmerized as the skies of downtown Guthrie are illuminated at about 10 p.m. on the first Saturday in July. Visitors can enjoy an incredible fireworks display kick-off immediately following the Brick Nights concert performances.
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September Guthrie Road Celebration Car Show Admire America’s best classic and vintage automobiles at this show that also features music from the ‘50s and ‘60s, door prizes, food trucks, and more under the canopy of Mineral Wells Park. With more than 25 competition classes, in addition to Best of Show, Best Interior, Best Motor, and Best Paint awards, there is plenty to admire at this perennial event.
Guthrie Haunts Scaregrounds Head to one of the most frightening Halloween scare-houses in Oklahoma for thrills and chills, if you dare! With a carnival atmosphere full of food trucks, craft vendors, fire breathers, and scary characters to entertain you while you wait for your turn to enter the attraction, this award-winning super-haunt promises a night you won’t soon forget.
Homecoming In one of Oklahoma’s largest homecoming celebrations, Guthrie Bluejays flock home for reunion gatherings, a Homecoming Parade, tailgating, and of course, the traditional Homecoming Queen coronation during halftime at historic Jelsma Stadium. Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport Fly-In Gather the family to see this swarm of historic and rare aircrafts in Guthrie. In celebration of aviation history, interactive displays, games, and free plane rides for the kids make this can’t-miss event fun for all ages.
Lighted Parade, Territorial Governors & Tree Lighting On the Saturday following Thanksgiving, usher in the holiday season watching brightly lit floats promenade down Oklahoma Avenue, led by the Territorial Governor’s race candidates. The lighted Christmas parade begins at the Scottish Rite Temple and twinkles westward to the Post Office, where the new Territorial Governor is inaugurated, presented with keys to the city, and lights the tree in full Victorian fashion. Watch for Santa Claus at the end of the parade, then visit him down at The Guthrie Depot for pictures. Take a magical stroll through the Christmas Tree Walk, and cap the evening with a carriage ride through the Red Brick District.
Downtown Trick or Treat Put on your costume and head downtown to satisfy your sweet tooth at this safe, walkable event. Oklahoma’s International Bluegrass Festival Music lovers unite with superb bluegrass, traditional, western swing, and Americana entertainers from around the world at Guthrie’s Cottonwood Flats during a 3-day weekend of lively stage performances, camping, workshops, and jam sessions. History Never Dies This free, family-friendly, Halloween carnival at the Oklahoma Territorial Museum provides visitors a chance to show off their costumes while enjoying treats and activities.
Veterans Day Parade Kick-off a day of events celebrating those who have served or are active duty with our nation’s military forces at this festive event.
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GUTHRIE-EDMOND REGIONAL AIRPORT
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The Guthrie-Edmond Regional Airport is a business flight destination just 30 miles from downtown Oklahoma City and a great place for aspiring pilots to learn to fly. Home to over 130 airplanes, the airport has a 5,001 foot runway, hangar service, aircraft maintenance, aircraft rental, and 24-hour pilot lounge.
during World War II. The first flight from Guthrie-Edmond Regional airport was 11 minutes, and a second one lasted for an hour. The fleet is on display, along with other vintage aircraft during the annual Airport Community Day. guthrieedmondregionalairport.com
On November 1, 2020, volunteers saw the success of a 21-year project completed at the airport when an A-26 in the inventory returned to flight. The third A-26 in the fleet, the Douglas A-26 is a twin-engined, light bomber, ground attack plane built
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602 Bistro Located in the historic Dominion House, the menu offers inspired world cuisines and fresh fish flown in daily in a fine-dining atmosphere. Try a specialty drink concocted with locally distilled Prairie Wolf Spirits. Be sure to call ahead or book your reservation online in advance: dominionhouseguthrie.com/restaurant/
Missy’s Donuts, Deli & Bakery
(2 locations) This award-winning, nationally famous bakery must not be missed. Home of Missy’s outstanding soft, yeast donuts, deserts, baked breads, and amazing soups and sandwiches, this local treasure has been featured on FOX News: missysdonutsdelibakery.com
Rick’s Fine Chocolates and Coffees
This downtown diner is a throwback to 1950s Hollywood. The walls are covered with glamour, and the American diner food is fast and delicious. Guests love the fried pickles, the chili, and the burgers, as well as the yummy, all-day breakfast menu: boomarangdiner.com
(2 locations) These hand-crafted confectionery treats and specialty coffees are lovingly crafted, right here, in Guthrie. Select personalized gifts to take home or indulge in an espresso, a cup of tea, and a delightful chocolate while relaxing; ricksdowntown.com
The Chicken Shack 2 Go
Delicious broasted chicken, loaded baked potatoes, barbecue sandwiches, pecan pie, banana cake and more….just a few of the freshly prepared items on the menu of The Chicken Shack 2 Go! Located at I35 and Seward Road in Guthrie. Check out their menu and order online at chickenshack2go.com.
Gages Steakhouse World-class dining set in an historic, beautifully renovated train depot. Enjoy aged angus beef steaks, fresh seafood, delicious pastas, and artful deserts. Or cozy up to the bar for a cocktail or a glass of fine wine. Service is outstanding, and the atmosphere is a mix of history and elegance: gagessteakhouse.com
Guthrie Nutrition In the mood for a healthy drink to go? Try Guthrie Nutrition for delicious juices, smoothies, teas and more. Located in downtown Guthrie just east of the Pollard Theater. Check out their menu on Facebook at @GuthrieNutrition.
Katie’s Diner A lively locally owned restaurant in the heart of downtown Guthrie, Katie’s serves up delicious breakfast and lunch creations. Dive into their biscuits and gravy, enjoy an old-fashioned hamburger and fries and relax in the family friendly atmosphere: katiesdinerguthrie.com
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Before beginning your golf game at Cimarron National Golf Course, be sure to stop by the Sandtrap Lounge to grab your cold drinks or a bite to eat. Enjoy your favorite sports on the television screens or play a game of Golden Tee with friends. The Sandtrap offers a wide selection of beer, wine, and liquor both indoors and out on the beautiful patio: cedarvalleygolfclub.com/dining/cimarronnational-options/sandtrap-lounge
This family-owned and operated Mexican restaurant is a town favorite. The service is incredible, and the authentic, Mexican menu is mouth-watering. Enjoy the best queso you’ve ever had, and try a signature cocktail with dinner: lopezgrill.com
The Stables/Tap Room
Guthrie’s famous, award-winning, steak house draws tourists from around the country. Enjoy the biggest and best salad bar around, great BBQ, and incredible steaks and burgers surrounded by kitschy Americana memorabilia. Walk to the brick-walled back room for a huge selection of local beer on tap: stablescafe.co
Traditional American cuisine in an historic setting. The atmosphere is cozy and casual, and the service is friendly and warm. Enjoy homemade meatloaf, delicious chicken and waffles, sandwiches, and sweet treats made with soul: stacysplaceok.com
Dine & Drink There are few pleasures in life greater than enjoying a delicious meal or well-crafted drink with people you love. Guthrie offers the best dining around this neck of the woods. Hereâ€™s a peek at some of our favorites! GuthrieChamber.com 31 31 GuthrieChamber.com
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If treasure hunting excites you, then head downtown to explore the antiques shops. Specializing in the selling of collector’s pieces and relics, Country Corner Emporium, Recollections Antiques Mall, all feature carefully-curated collections of vintage goods. Tucked inside century-old, red brick buildings, you’ll find art galleries, coffee and chocolate shops, and retail booths brimming with must-have goods. Visit with the artists and shopkeepers about their wares, then take home something special from one of these locallyowned shops. Accessorize yourself or pick up something new to wear at some of the trendiest boutiques including Cleveland and Co. Mercantile, Boutique 206 and classy Heritage Collection. Visit Home Sweet Home on the Range, featuring a variety of hand-crafted, artisanal products and artwork. Find fine art selections at Gallery Grazioso and G Gallery & Glass. For your home or farm needs, Willoby’s Feed & Outfitters has just what you need. Finally, if you’re craving a smooth libation, grab a bottle of award-winning Prairie Wolf Distillery’s Obahoshe Rum, locally-crafted in the heart of Guthrie. Dance With Me dance studio is celebrating 30 years in Guthrie and is a great place for kids of all ages to learn the art of dance. Located near Jelsma Stadium with Friends Market Boutique right next door, you’ll find unique gifts for others and yourself. Licorice Man has something for every sweet tooth. Whether you crave unique licorice or vintage candy and sodas, you’ll find just what your craving in downtown Guthrie.
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Dominion House Boutique Hotel dominionhouseguthrie.com For adventurers seeking a romantic weekend escape, the opulent Dominion House offers an unprecedented experience in Guthrie. Luxuriously appointed guest rooms vary in size, shape and architectural features, but each is certain to pamper you with sumptuous details. Treat yourself to a spa services and savor meals prepared by first-class chefs in this upscale hotel.
Jaded Getaway 123 W. Harrison Ave. jadedgetawayok.com Luxury suites nestled in downtown step you back in time in a beautifully preserved century-old building. Proprietors Dr. Anna Coffin and Dr. Paul DeMars welcome you to take your mind far, far away from the hustle and bustle of everyday life during your stay in the center of Guthrieâ€™s Historic District. Plush details including bed warmers and luxury baths await you in this 19th-century-styled retreat.
Magnolia Manor Guthrieretreat.com 325 W. Cleveland Ave. Tucked away off the main thoroughfare in a lovely garden setting, the Magnolia Manor offers guests a private haven and elegant event space. Though the buildings are historic, modern decor adds an air of sophistication to the rooms. Proprietor Gary Good hosts private concerts and events; his guest books log stays by famous guests including Mumford & Sons and Leona Mitchell.
Suite Bettie Jean 103 S. 2nd St. BettieJean.com Occupying the entire second floor of its 1913 downtown building, guests feel the charm of the early days of Guthrie during their stay. Modern amenities and a private rooftop setting await you at Suite Bettie Jean, as featured in Discover Oklahoma. Indulge yourself in the fully stocked kitchen, soak in the claw-foot tub bath suite or peruse the library as youâ€™re enveloped in comfort at Suite Bettie Jean.
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Alluring accommodations beckon you to stay and see for yourself why Guthrie was named one of 15 ‘Great Neighborhoods’ by the American Planning Association. From swanky boutique hotels to cozy bed and breakfasts, an overnight or three allows you to fully soak up the charm exuding from historic Guthrie. These hidden gems beckon you with their tranquil settings, unique rooms and unparalleled experiences. Guthrie will leave you yearning for a repeat whether you’ve planned a group crafting retreat, a quiet sabbatical, family vacation or romantic stay. Don’t forget to ask the innkeeper about the story of their property. GuthrieChamber.com GuthrieChamber.com 35 35
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1) Frontier Drugstore Museum and Apothecary Gardens
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The fascinating array of cosmetics, medicines, magical cures and odd necessities of drugstores and early pharmaceutical professionals are as real as the stories behind them in this museum. These relics of a bygone era are colorful reminders of what life was like on the American frontier. Explore the wonders of territorial medicine on the shelves at 214 W. Oklahoma Avenue. Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Ph. 405-282-1895 drugmuseum.org 2) Oklahoma Territorial Capital Sports Museum Oklahomaâ€™s official sports museum for more than 20 years, this museum honors outstanding Oklahoma athletes and teams and hosts the Oklahoma Baseball Coaches Hall of Fame. 315 W. Oklahoma Avenue Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m. Ph. 405-260-1342 territorialcapitalsportsmuseum.org 3) Oklahoma Territorial Museum & Carnegie Library Step back in time in the homestead experience exhibit or peruse the collections documenting the creation of the Unassigned Lands, the Land Run of 1889 and territorial and state governments. The museum also features a special collection on Joseph Foucart, the architect who designed many of Guthrieâ€™s architectural icons. 406 E. Oklahoma Avenue Hours: Tuesday - Saturday 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Ph. 405-282-1889 okterritorialmuseum.org
Preserving and restoring historical sites is a passion of many Guthrie citizens who celebrate the colorful history painted upon the blank canvas of Oklahoma Territory over the last century. Experience the energizing momentum of a city embracing its past and simultaneously working to transform its future.
4) Owens Arts Place Museum
As the first and only fine arts museum in Logan County, this museum features rotating shows by carefully selected artists and is dedicated to artistic, cultural and artistic purposes. 1202 E. Harrison Ave. Hours: Tuesday - Thursday 10 a.m. - 4 p.m., Sunday 1 - 4 p.m. or by appointment. Ph: 405-260-0204 Owensmuseum.com
5) Scottish Rite Temple
Majestically seated upon the highest hill in Guthrie, the temple reigns as one of the largest Masonic edifices in the world. Inside the surprisingly opulent 500,000 sq ft NeoClassical Revival style building, visitors find extravagantly themed rooms, each reflecting the architecture of another era, and a 1926 Kimball pipe organ with 5,300 pipes inside the main auditorium. It is open for tours Monday - Friday at 10 am and 2 pm Price: $5 a person. 900 E. Oklahoma Avenue Ph. 405-282 -1281 Guthriescottishrite.org
6) Publishing Museum
“Save the Publishing Building,” has been the Guthrie Tomorrow Coalition’s charge to bring the deteriorating 116-year-old State Capital Publishing Company building back to life. The three-story downtown building at the corner of Harrison and Second Street will remain a museum first and foremost. Rehabbing the structure hinges on fundraising efforts and volunteer work. For more information on the State Capital Publishing Museum or to find out how you can get involved, visit publishingmuseum.org. 7) Excelsior Library The first African American library in Oklahoma and the midwest, the Excelsior Library, was founded by Judith Carter Horton in 1908. The library’s book collection remained in a house until the current brick building was constructed in 1955 and is now listed on the National Register of Historic Places. In 1967, desegregation combined libraries in the community and the building fell into disrepair. The Friends of the Excelsior Library are working to rehabilitate and reopen the building as a museum located at 323 S. 2nd St. Ph. 405-282-2083
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and nature trails. Whether on bike or enjoying a leisurely stroll, seasonal flowers and dancing fountains are showcased in historic parks and gathering places like Mineral Wells Park, the site of the first football game between OU and Oklahoma A&M (OSU) in 1904. The park now features a splash pad and tennis courts and hosts car shows, basketball, and pickleball tournaments and other community events. Highland Park features an outdoor swimming pool, sports courts, an 18hole frisbee and disc golf course, and nature trails throughout the 43-acre park that was deeded to the city by President William McKinley in 1899. Senior citizens frequent Highland Hall on the grounds
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PLAY, ADVENTURE, FAMILY, FUN FISHING, PEACEFUL, SWINGS, CHILDHOOD MEMORIES, SLIDES, SPLASH PAD, SKATES, POPSICLES, SKATEBOARD, PONDS, FOUNTAINS, TENNIS, DISC GOLF, FRISBEE, BIKE TRAIL SCENIC VIEWS, SUNSETS for social activities and meals provided by Logan County Aging Services. Liberty Lake and Guthrie Lake provide recreational opportunities and scenic views for the community. From fishing to water skiing or simply enjoying an Oklahoma sunset, Guthrie’s tree -line d waterfront views leave you hungry for more. Strate gic planning is in place to link neighborhood communities with bike and walking trails, encompassing 5 parks and 2 lake areas in Guthrie.
GUTHRIE CITY PARKS Liberty Lake: 7413 S. Acade my Road Lions Park: 1200 N. Ash Stre e t Mine ral We lls Park: 901 S. Division Stre e t Banne r Park: 112 W. Warne r Ave nue Cottonwood Flats: 702 W. Warne rAve nue Highland Park: 1102 E. Warne r Ave nue Honor Park: 119 S. 2nd Stre e t Kiwanis Park: 701 N. Pine Stree t
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PLAYGUTHRIE It’s hard not to notice the changes to Mineral Wells Park in Guthrie while driving past on Division Street. There are new play structures visible from the street that intrigue and excite younger passengers. The basketball court has been redone, new play structures are completed, a new splash-pad is visible, and parking, sidewalks, and pavilions are built.
Cordray said that a lot of time and effort went into the planning of the improvements, including the “old-timey” theme. “Someone found a postcard from the turn of the century, and it had a picture of the old pavilion from Mineral Wells when it was first built,” said Cordray. “The new pavilions and play structures are meant to imitate that style.”
The Mineral Wells Park Improvement Project began in November of 2019 when Guthrie won a grant from the Recreation Department of the Oklahoma Tourism Board’s Land & Water Conservation Fund. Work was halted in May, due to the spread of COVID-19; however, crews resumed, and progress moved forward.
The new splash-pad is located near the front of the park and visible from Division Street. “It’s such a great alternative to the pool. What I like about our public pool in Guthrie is that it is very affordable to go to,” said Cordray, “but we now also have a splash-pad at Banner Park that is free for families who may not have even the money for Highland Park or who may not be able to get there; now we have this one, and it’s free too.”
Van Cordray of the City of Guthrie Parks Board liked the idea from the start. “I thought it was a great idea,” said Cordray. “We could not turn this down. It’s such a great use of an historic space.” When the project was presented to the Parks Board, a few changes were made with safety in mind. “We moved the splash-pad to a safer area a little further away from the pond and street,” noted Cordray, “and we moved a few things around for safety. We were very excited that we qualified for the grant. This is incredible.” The City of Guthrie matched 50 percent of the total $437,500 with some of the Capital Improvements Project funds raised by a half-cent sales tax increase.
A state Arborist was consulted about diseased and mature trees that needed to be replaced or removed, and the new sidewalks, play structures, pavilions, and parking areas are ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant. “Parks are for everybody,” said Cordray. “That’s one of the great things I like about working with the Park Board. It’s not an exclusive thing, it’s for the whole town. Anyone can come and enjoy the park, and this looks fun!”
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Guthrie’s 2019 school bond continues to pay off, benefiting the community and improving the education and atmosphere of its students. This summer, the project finished the secure vestibules for all sites (with the exception of Cotteral, which is on schedule to be demolished and replaced), improving entrances and creating a safer environment. The new Charter Oak school has helped keep up with population growth and provided a much needed new space in the southern edge of the school district.
The timeline for the bond’s improvements continues, with many projects being started and/or completed ahead of schedule. Spring of 2021 will see district-wide technology updates, and new chillers for the air-conditioning at Guthrie Upper Elementary School and the Junior High.
“We love how Charter Oak has turned out.” said Dr. Mike Simpson, Superintendent of Guthrie Public Schools. “It’s a showplace for our district. The YMCA is playing their youth games there in the new, full-sized basketball court, so the community really gets to see the site.”
2023 Improvements: New HVAC units for classrooms at the Junior High, restroom renovations at the high school, and continued district-wide technology updates in the spring and summer.
“We’ve made a lot of progress,” he added, “and a lot more is being done.”
2022 Improvements: Phase II of exterior renovations at the Junior High and more district-wide technology updates in the spring.
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On April 22nd, 1889, a single shot was fired into the air at the starting line of a new great hope: the race for the Oklahoma Territory. Pioneers and settlers by the thousands rushed forward on horseback, in wagons, and on foot to stake their claims of land offered, first-come, first-served to opportunists and homesteaders. The first capital of Oklahoma was originally the site of the Deer Creek railroad station on the Southern Kansas Railway line. In just one day, a town of 10,000 people was born. That town was destined to be known as Guthrie, Oklahoma, named after the jurist John Guthrie. In 1910, the capital was moved to Oklahoma City with all its growth and potential, possibly enabling Guthrie to keep it’s Victorian charm intact for over 100 years. The largest contiguous historic district in the United States is, today, full of beautiful architecture from that time, brick paved streets, and the pioneer spirit. During the early 19th century, Guthrie was a stop on the Underground Railroad - a network of safe houses and secret back roads used to help African-American slaves escape to freedom. The home of Noble Park, the neighborhood of thriving homes and businesses which was built by African-American settlers since the time of the Land Run, Guthrie was a base for abolitionists and others who were sympathetic to the cause. The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union and the Woman Suffrage Association of Oklahoma were headquartered in Guthrie, and great Guthrie women such as Margaret Rees fought for women’s votes, making Oklahoma one of the first states to allow women that privilege.
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The “Sooner Spirit” is a term given in remembrance of the pioneers who snuck across the state line sooner than the official gun shot on that fateful Spring day, back in 1889. Guthrie, Oklahoma, with all its determination, resilience, and beauty, has kept that spirit alive for nearly a century and a half and continues to remember that time and that hope with festivals, museums, parades, and culture. Guthrie shares its memories and invites you to make new ones.
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TERRITORIAL CAPITAL SPORTS MUSEUM The dream of Coach Richard Hendricks of Guthrie and Hubert “Geese” Ausbie, of the Hall of Fame and the Harlem Globetrotters, the Territorial Capital Sports Museum is non-profit dedicated to honoring Oklahoma athletes and preserving Oklahoma’s rich sports history. In it’s 13,000 square-feet of space in three historic buildings in downtown Guthrie, this celebration of athletes, sports education, and sports history inspires sports lovers of all ages. Every room is full of artifacts, exhibits, and displays featuring famous sports names in baseball, basketball, football, the Olympics, golf, and rodeo. There are extensive collections and tributes to Final Four teams, Native American athletes, and women in Oklahoma sports. Visitors can explore a gallery devoted to the Oklahoma High School Baseball Coaches Association’s Hall of Fame, and Coach Hendricks and museum volunteers entertain with fascinating stories of Oklahoma sports heroes and history. 56 56 Guide Guide to to Guthrie Guthrie
The Territorial Capital Sports Museum is a winner of the T.R. Larman Special Recognition Award by the High School Baseball Coaches Association, the State Historic Preservation Office’s Citation of Merit presented by the Oklahoma Historical Society for outstanding accomplishments in historic preservation, and the Oklahoma Department of Tourism’s Redbud Award for Outstanding New Event. The museum is open Tuesdays - Saturdays 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Admission is by donation. 315 W. Oklahoma Avenue (405) 260-1342 territorialcapitalsportsmuseum.org
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Electricity & Electric Lines: Call OG&E at (405) 272-9741 or 1 (800) 522-6870 Emergency Services: Fire, Police, EMS Call 911 Non-Emergency Services: Fire, Police, EMS, Ambulance (405) 282-3535 or (405) 282-4433 Fireworks Permits: (405) 282-0492
Potholes: (405) 282-8400 Public Records: (405) 282-0064 Purchasing & Accounts Payable: (405) 282-0053 Reservations: Mineral Wells Pavilion or Highland Hall (405) 282-8400
Reservations: Other City Property or Block a Street (405) 282-0197 Sewer: (405) 282-8400 Solicitors Permits: (405) 282-0492 Storm Shelter Registration: (405) 282-4433 Street Lights: (Traffic Signal Outages, specify which corner, NE, SW, etc.) OG&E 1 (800) 522-6870 or (405) 282-3535 Street & Traffic Signs: (405) 282-8400 Tourism & Events: (405) 282-0197 Trash Collection: (405) 282-2500 Trash Drop-Off: (405) 282-2978 Trolley (First Capital Trolley): (405) 282-6000 Utility Billing & Accounts: (405) 282-0492 Water Lines & Water Quality: (405) 282-8400 Water Meters: (405) 282-0492 Zoning: (405) 282-0496
For service after 5pm, including those regarding city utilities, animal control and code violations: (405) 282-3535 Committed to service, integrity, and quality of life for our citizens, weâ€™re here if you need us. Visit www.cityofguthrie.com or give us a call at one of the phone numbers listed above.
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802 E. Vilas 3106 W. University 701 Sammy Davis, Jr. Dr. 1312 S. Sangre Road, Stillwater
guthrieps.net guthrie.jobcorps.gov langston.edu meridiantech.edu
(405) 243-7671 (405) 269-7911 (405) 230-7323 (405) 826-3448 (405) 282-6467 (405) 282-4446 (405) 282-3331 (719) 389-0333
219 S. Drexel St 409 W. Oklahoma Ave. 110 W. Harrison Ave. 8661 E. County Road 75 323 W. Cleveland P.O. Box 1585 P.O. Box 93
(405) 282-7587 (405) 282-7300
815 E. Harrison 512 E Triplett Rd.
FB: @Kiddie-Kollege-Guthrie macks512academy.com
(405) 282-3535 (405) 372-9922
306 W. Oklahoma Ave. 3800 N. Washington, Stillwater
FB: @guthriepolice FB: @Kiddie-Kollege-Guthrie
(405) 293-6200 (405) 260-1870
116 N Broad Suite D 3172 Peppers Ranch Dr
(405) 282-5100 (405) 282-3100
1624 N. Pine 117 E. Noble Ave.
(405) 282-2000 (405) 293-9000 (405) 282-0144 (405) 293-9606 (405) 293-9046 (405) 282-1686
111 S Ash Street 1310 E. Oklahoma Ave. 419 E. Oklahoma Ave. 510 E. Pleasant Hills Drive 2000 W. Warner 2300 West Noble Avenue
ashstreetplace.com companionhealthcare.net goldenageguthrie.com liveatsavannahhouseofguthrie.com FB: @benedictinepointe willowcreekhealthcare.net
(405) 282-7888 (405) 757-7270 (405) 990-0155 (405) 623-5400 (405) 282-1315 (405) 317-8593 (405) 314-9565 (405) 282-8206
500 Duffy’s Way 176 Gold Post Rd 205 E. Harrison Ave. 334491 E Highway 105 3401 E. Hwy 105 6775 Boucher Dr. #4, Edmond 116 N. Broad Street 114 E. Oklahoma
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105 W. Cleveland
202 W Oklahoma Ave 109 S. Division St. 1 East 1st Street, Edmond 1800 E. Oklahoma 224 E. Oklahoma Ave P.O. Box 995 2610 S. Division Street 311 E. McElroy Rd, Stillwater
bancfirst.com bozarthmortgage.com citizensedmond.com fmbankok.com interbank.com logancountyedc.org osbbank.com cuintouch.com
1622 S. Division St. 2108 S. Division Suite A
EVENTS/EVENT CENTERS Drexel Event Center/Guthrie Entertainment, LLC Guthrie Train Depot Home Sweet Home on the Range Hudson Springs Weddings & Events Magnolia Moon Oklahoma Blue Grass Festival Logan County Free Fair Association National Little Britches Rodeo Association
guthriedepot.com homesweethomeontherange.com hudsonspringsevents.com guthrieretreat.com oibf.com logancountyok.com 5050 Edison Ave, Ste. #105, Colorado Springs, CO nlbra.com
FAMILY SERVICES CHILDCARE Kiddie Kollege Mack’s Final Frontier DOMESTIC ABUSE Victim Advocate - Guthrie Police Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services FOSTER CARE CASA for Kids, Inc. Peppers Ranch FUNERAL HOME Community Funeral Home- Affordable Hayes Funeral Home SENIOR LIVING Ash Street Place, LLC Companion Healthcare, LLC Golden Age Nursing Home Savannah House of Guthrie Villas of Benedictine Pointe Willow Creek Health Care SPORTS/RECREATION Cimarron National Golf Club CrossFit Never Broken Dance With Me Deer Time Ranch Guthrie Golf & Country Club Prodigy JiuJitsu Stray Dog Yoga YMCA
FINANCIAL SERVICES ACCOUNTANT Calvert Tax Service BANKING BancFirst Bozarth Mortgage Citizens Bank of Edmond F & M Bank InterBank Logan County Economic Development Oklahoma State Bank
(405) 282-4415 (405) 293-6300 (405) 341-6650 (405) 260-8800 (405) 282-0470 (405) 877-0220 (405) 260-2265 University & Community Federal Credit Union (405) 743-3328 FINANCIAL PLANNING Edward Jones- Mike Sikes (405) 282-8041 Edward Jones-Marci Lindmeir (405) 282-2019
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INSURANCE AGENCIES Adams, John/State Farm (405) 282-4599 Foundation Ins. & Risk Management (405) 293-9355 Hardin Insurance Agency, Inc. (405) 282-7272 Insure It Forward (405) 585-0648 Kellogg Insurance (405) 282-4422 Martin Insurance (405) 282-3770 State Farm - Kevin Craft (405) 293-9400 The Lewis Agency- Farmers Insurance (405) 697-1967 Tomlinson Insurance Agency, LLC (405) 261-5179 Trilogy Purchasing Alliance, LLC (405) 326-6632 Vance Insurance Group (405) 293-9500 MERCHANT PROCESSING Park Place Payments (405) 205-1099 TITLE COMPANY Logan County Abstract Company/American Eagle Title (405) 282-4012
523 S. Division 108 S. Division, Ste #9 110 S. Division 2917 S. Bryant Ave, Ste. A, Edmond 119 N. Division 115 S. Broad St. 105 E. Oklahoma Ave. 124 E. Oklahoma Ave. 2015 S. Division 108 N. Division 121 E. Waterloo Rd, Ste #2, Edmond
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mercuryinsurance.com craftyourinsurance.com farmersagent.com/jlewis5 tiaforyou.com trilogy-alliance.com FB: @VanceInsuranceGroup parkplacepayments.com
200 Sigma Place
(405) 877-3279 (405) 877-3085 (918) 607-3107
106 W. Oklahoma 1606 S. Division St. 123 W Oklahoma Avenue
IG: @divisionstreetdispensary FB: @HumanReviveDispensary
(405) 282-8585 (405) 919-3622
309 N. Division
(405) 282-6440 (405) 282-8120 (405) 282-2530
2001 S. Division 303 N. Division 113 E. Oklahoma
guthriedentist.com guthriefamilydentistry.com guthrieokdentist.com
1124 S. Division 800 Hospital Circle, Kingfisher 1310 E Oklahoma Ave 3077 E. College Ave. Ste B 205 S. Academy Rd 2919 S. Division 200 S. Academy 1001 N. Lincoln Blvd. 1201 S. Division
advancedmedequip.com lifeteam.net companionhealthcare.net crossroadsclinicok.com mercy.net mercy.net mercy.net obi.org xpresswellnessurgentcare.com
114 W Harrison, Ste 204 3800 N. Washington, Stillwater
102 W. Noble 112 W. Oklahoma Ave 1621 S. Division 1618 S. Division
cornwellpharmacy.com marksdrug.com walgreens.com walmart.com
108 W. Harrison Ave. 1726 S. Division Street, Suite A
110 E. Harrison
P.O. Box 163 1611 S Division 6300 Hwy. 105
FB: @ACutAboveLS galleriafurn.com FB: @hayeslawnandtreeservice
115 E. Grant 1618 S. Division
CBD & DISPENSARIES Cannabless Division Street Dispensary Human Revive CHIROPRACTORS Dr. Dawn’s Chiropractic Care Center Dr. Lacey Hoel, DC DENTAL Custom Dental Guthrie Family Dentistry Proud Dental MEDICAL Advanced Medical Equipment Air Evac Lifeteam Companion Healthcare Crossroads Clinic
(405) 260-1588 (405) 375-5287 (405) 293-9000 (405) 282-6322 Mercy Clinic Primary Care - Guthrie Academy (405) 282-9449 Mercy Clinic Primary Care - Guthrie Division (405) 282-6301 Mercy Hospital Logan County (405) 282-6700 Oklahoma Blood Institute (405) 419-1368 Xpress Wellness Urgent Care (405) 293-4504 MENTAL HEALTH Beacon of Hope Counseling Services (405) 293-6520 Wings of Hope Family Crisis Services (405) 372-9922 PHARMACY Cornwell Pharmacy (405) 282-7800 Mark’s Drug (405) 282-2700 Walgreens (405) 260-1574 Walmart (405) 282-7900 PHYSICAL THERAPY Physical Therapy Central (405) 293-9892 Valir Physical Therapy (405) 293-6138 VISION CARE Guthrie Vision Source (405) 282-4396
HOME AND GARDEN A Cut Above Lawn Service, Inc. (405) 760-0107 Galleria Furniture & Appliance Outlet of Guthrie (405) 293-0922 Hayes Lawn & Tree Service (405) 535-6560 Reece’s Appliance Repair (405) 819-8293 TaraCotta Garden Outlet (405) 282-6320 Walmart (405) 282-7900 64 Guide to Guthrie 64 64 Guide Guide to to Guthrie Guthrie
INDUSTRY DISTILLERY Prairie Wolf Spirits ENVIRONMENTAL Environmental Management Inc. Golden Environmental Labratory MANUFACTURING Autoquip Zivko Aeronautics
124 E. Oklahoma Ave
(405) 282-8510 (405) 328-1644
5200 NE Hwy 33 11755 Blue Heron Creek
(405) 282-5200 (405) 282-1330
1058 W Industrial 502 Airport Rd #6
(405) 282-2700 (405) 293-9309 (405) 293-6152
112 W. Oklahoma Ave. 109A W. Oklahoma 105 E. Industrial Rd
(405)-282-7789 (405) 282-3777 (405) 877-3190 (405) 282-3955 (405) 706-2121 (405) 282-2462 (405) 260-0603 (405) 282-2677 (405) 282-0893 (405) 466-8222 (405) 282-0893 (405) 659-6672 (405) 282-4955
602 E. College 101 E. Oklahoma 901 E Seward Rd 409 W Oklahoma Ave 116 W. Harrison Ave. 120 W. Cleveland Avenue 1112 N. Wentz 2130 S Division 223 N. Division St. 113 W. Harrison Ave 223 N. Division St 121 W. Harrison Ave. 500 Duffy’s Way
dominionhouseguthrie.com boomarangdiner.com chickenshack2go.com gagessteakhouse.com FB: @GuthrieNutrition katiesdinerguthrie.com missysdonutsdelibakery.com FB: @Señor López mexican grill Guthrie stablescafe.co FB: @StacysPlaceGuthrie stablescafe.com FB: @inguthrieok FB: @sandtrapatcimarron
(405)-282-2410 (405) 260-1702 (405) 282-0681 (405) 293-7089 (405) 282-3373
1726 S. Division 2621 E. Hwy 33 1527 S. Division 2822 W Noble Ave 2222 Heather Road
dominos.com goldenchick.com mcdonalds.com papajohns.com sonicdrivein.com
(405) 209-4279 (405) 282-7789 (405) 282-6467 (405) 410-8636 (405) 209-4279 (405) 260-1400 (405) 282-8831
301 W Oklahoma Ave 602 E. College Ave. 323 W Cleveland 123 W. Harrison Ave 325 W. Cleveland Ave. 414 Heather Rd 2323 Territorial Trail
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PLACES TO EAT
COFFEE HOUSE Mark’s Drug Rick’s Fine Chocolates & Coffees Rick’s To Go Cafe DINING 602 Bistro Boomarang Diner Chicken Shack 2 Go Gage’s Steakhouse Guthrie Nutrition Katie’s Diner Missy’s Donuts & Bakery Shop Senor Lopez Stables Cafe Stacy’s Place Tap Room The Jungle The Sandtrap Lounge FAST FOOD Dominos Pizza Golden Chick McDonald’s Papa John’s Pizza Sonic I-35
PLACES TO STAY Bed & Breakfast Association of Guthrie Dominion House Boutique Hotel Guthrie Retreat Jaded Getaway Magnolia Moon Manor Sleep Inn & Suites - Guthrie Territorial Inn Hotel & RV Park
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The Guthrie News Leader began publishing in 1892 and is Logan Countyâ€™s oldest continuously publishing newspaper. GNL serves Logan County reporting on the countyâ€™s favorite people, places and events while also bringing you pertinent news coverage.
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ARCHITECTURAL DESIGN Fry Design Company ATTORNEY Hirzel, Jeff Attorney King & Winningham Logan and Payne County District Attorney AUTOMOTIVE Automax Repo Depot Body Worx Bowman’s Wrecker Service Daddy’s Dent & Ding Dr. Ding Paintless Dent Repair Eskridge Chevrolet Vance Body Shop Vance Motors Auto Group Vance Upfitters Wilkins Auto Body COMMUNITY MINDED TECHNOLOGY Made Possible By CONSTRUCTION BUILDING SERVICES Cimarron Redi Mix Dolese Brothers Gibbs Construction, Inc. Guthrie Overhead Door & Construction Logan County Asphalt Co Long Hair Repair ELECTRICIANS Ace Electric Services Case Electric Co. LLC ENGINEERING Myers Engineering EXTERMINATORS Flatline Pest Control GRAPHIC DESIGN Tapestry Graphics HEAT & AIR Integrity Heat & Air, LLC PHOTOGRAPHER Shelton’s Photography PLUMBING Better Day Plumbing Hi-Tech Plumbing & Leak Detect PRINTING - OFFICE AND PROMOTIONAL Body Billboards One Stop Copy Shop Precision Marketing Services REALTY Bella Resource, LLC Betchan Home Inspections Century 21 Goodyear Green Exit Realty Premier GATEWAY Realty Guthrie Housing Authority Jameson Realty Jennifer Sparkman, Realtor Keller Williams- Von Coburn Milk and Honey Realty Ochs Real Estate, Inc. Savannah House of Guthrie Villas of Benedictine Pointe Wulf Corporation SALONS Mary’s Nail and Spa Rebel Hair Studio Special Touch Salon T&T Hair Salon
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108 S. Division, Ste. 201
(405) 282-5355 (405) 282-4000 (405) 372-4883
119 S. Broad St. 127 S. Broad Street 606 S. Husband, Room 103, Stillwater
(405) 260-3423 (405) 282-5014 (405) 282-5239 (405) 245-8596 (405) 990-0157 (405) 293-0100 (405) 282-2311 (405) 282-2113 (405) 260-0814 (405) 282-7675
203 S. Division 2319 S. Division 316 E Prairie Grove Rd 2403 S Division, Ste H 4512 S. Division 5307 S. Division 11180 S Sooner Rd 5400 S. Division 230 W. Sigma Place 5011 S. Division
eskridgechevy.com vanceautogroup.com vanceautogroup.com vanceupfitters.com wilkinsautobody.com
P.O. Box 1141
(405) 282-7764 (405) 297-8315 (405) 282-5342 (580) 307-7267 (405) 282-3711 (405) 623-6083
2905 Commerce Blvd. 20 NW 13th Street, OKC 3101 S. Anderson Rd. 1923 W. Noble Ave. 2905 Commerce Blvd. 208 E. Oklahoma Ave.
cimarronredimix.com dolese.com gibbsconst.com FB: @guthrieoverheaddoor prolinecoldasphalt.com
(405) 301-2200 (405) 282-3231
8585 Charis Road 1909 E. Oklahoma
aceelectricok.com FB: @Case Electric Co, LLC
13911 Quail Pointe Drive, OKC
108 S. 1st Street
324 N. Drexel
2024 Ruhl Dr.
117 1/2 N. 2nd St.
(405) 429-9328 (405) 340-2000
1514 W. Cleveland 3712 E. 2nd Street, Edmond
FB: @Better Day Plumbing slableak.us
(405) 282-9922 (405) 282-4600 (405) 590-1388
2403 S. Division, Ste G 215 S. 1st Street 2005 Ruhl Dr.
(405) 293-0033 (405) 347-1387 (405) 282-7000 (806) 438-2702 (405) 550-2177 (405) 282-3246 (405) 443-4945 (405) 638-8995 (405) 659-6672 (405) 215-3515 (405) 282-0404 (405) 293-9606 (405) 293-9046 (405) 308-3480
5714 Santa Fe Lane, OKC 3100 N. Post Rd. 110 S. Division St. 11813 S Western Ave, OKC 301 S. Division St. 1524 E. Perkins 208 E. Oklahoma Ave. 102 W. Oklahoma Ave. 104 W. Springer 301 N. 1st 102 W. Oklahoma Ave. 510 E. Pleasant Hills Drive 2000 W. Warner 2700 E. Seward Road
FB: @bellaresource betchanhomeinspections.com c21goodyeargreen.com FB: @Nichole Noel- Exit Realty Premier dawnaelmore.com guthriehousing.org FB: @Jamesonrealtygroup FB: @JenniferSparkmanRealtor voncoburn.yourkwagent.com milkandhoneyhomes.com theochsrealestate.com liveatsavannahhouseofguthrie.com FB: @benedictinepointe
(405) 293-9565 (405) 877-3057 (405) 293-7066 (405) 512-4599
1804 S. Division St. 2121 W. Noble 1422 E. Oklahoma Ave. 107 S. 2nd Street
FB: @MaryTuyetTran rebelhairok.org FB: @Special-Touch-Salon-Guthrie FB: @tandthairstudio
paynecounty.org/district-attorney automaxrepodepotguthrie.com timsbodyworx.com bowmanswreckerservice.com daddysdentandding.com
VETERINARY AND EQUINE Dr. Lacey Hoel, DC Guthrie Pet Hospital FOGAS- Friends of Guthrie Animals Horse Feathers Equine Center Superior Therapy LLC Thoroughbred Athletes, Inc. Veterinary Corner
MUNICIPAL City of Guthrie Guthrie Edmond Regional Airport Guthrie Fire Department Guthrie Police Department Guthrie Public Library Logan County Sheriff’s Dept NEWS MEDIA Guthrie News Page/ Guthrie Sports Page Guthrie Newsleader TRANSPORTATION First Capital Trolley UTILITIES Central Electric Cooperative, Inc Oklahoma Gas & Electric Oklahoma Natural Gas UTILITIES- PHONE AND INTERNET Airosurf Communications AtLink Services, LLC Cox Communications UTILITIES- TRASH Waste Connections, Inc.
(405) 919-3622 (405) 282-8796 (405) 659-6672 (405) 260-7281 (405) 668-0344 (405) 802-1312 (405) 282-4821
123 W. Harrison Ave. PO Box 1557 6320 N. Hwy 74C 1432 W. Seward Rd. 2851 S. Midwest Blvd. 2930 Hwy 105
healthgrades.com/providers/lacey-hoel-968bz guthriepet.net friendsofguthrieanimals.org horsefeathersequinecenter.org superiortherapyllc.com thoroughbred-athletes.com/ FB: @Veterinary Corner
(405) 282-0496 (405) 282-2312 (405) 282-4433 (405) 282-3535 (405) 282-0050 x3 (405) 282-4100
101 S. 2nd Street 520 Airport Rd. 209 E. Springer 101 N. 2nd Street 201 N. Division St. 301 E Harrison St.
cityofguthrie.com guthrieedmondregionalairport.com cityofguthrie.com cityofguthrie.com guthrie.okpls.org
(405) 590-6178 (405) 282-2222
PO Box 903 212 W. Oklahoma Ave.
(405) 282-6000 ext.6
311 Airport Rd.
(405) 533-4162 (405) 553-3927 (800) 664-5463
3305 S. Boomer Rd, Stillwater PO Box 321, M/C 207, OKC 401 N. Harvey, OKC
mycentral.coop oge.com oklahomanaturalgas.com
(405) 413-7002 (405) 753-7151 (405) 286-5075
3800 E. 2nd Street, ste. H, Edmond 73034 airosurf.com 13431 N. Broadway Extension, Ste 150 atlink.net 715 NW 102nd Street, OKC Cox.com
316 W. Harrison Ave.
(405) 547-5352 ex.262 (405) 282-6646 (405) 641-1223 (405) 840-2020 (405) 293-8404 (405) 243-7671 (405) 973-5361 (405) 466-8004 (405) 282-6467 (405) 282-2800 x1 (405) 659-6672
821 W. Freeman Ave., Perkins 211 E. Oklahoma
2001 W. Oklahoma Ave. 323 W. Cleveland 120 W. Harrison 121 W. Harrison Ave.
cimarroncasino.com doublestop.com FB: @fireworkzapoppin GaryGood.com guthrieghostwalk.com guthriescaregrounds.com inflatablecarnival.net leveluparcadeok.com guthrieretreat.com thepollard.org FB: @inguthrieok
(405) 282-2802 (405) 230-7323 (405) 822-0481
108 E. Oklahoma Ave. 110 W. Harrison Ave. 117 W. Harrison Ave.
guthrieartcenter.org homesweethomeontherange.com tipsyartist.com
THINGS TO DO ENTERTAINMENT Cimarron Casino Double Stop Fiddle Shop Fireworkz A Poppin’ LLC Gary Good Entertainment Guthrie Ghost Walk Guthrie Haunts Inflatable Carnival Level Up Arcade Magnolia Moon Pollard Theatre The Jungle ENTERTAINMENT- ARTS AND CRAFTS Guthrie Art Center Home Sweet Home on the Range Tipsy Artist
309 W. Oklahoma 4524 Riverside Circle
Guthrie Rotary Club A Global Medical Response Solution
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Paper Pages Bookstore 117n Grand St, Crescent, OK 73028
Books, Toys, Gift Items @ Paper Pages Bookstore firstname.lastname@example.org (405) 888-1069
110 S. Division Street
GOODYEAR TEAM Jan & Diane Goodyear
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MUSEUMS Oklahoma Frontier Drug Store Museum (405) 282-1895 Oklahoma Territorial Capital Sports Museum (405) 260-1342 Oklahoma Territorial Museum (405) 282-1889 Owen’s Art Place Museum (405) 260-0204 Scottish Rite Temple (405) 282-1281 State Capitol Publishing Museum (405) 282-4123 RETAIL- Art G Gallery and Glass Studio (405) 282-7778 Gallery Grazioso (405) 209-4279 RETAIL- ANTIQUE SHOP Country Corner (405) 282-8156 Recollections Antique Mall (405) 260-0101 RETAIL- BOOKSTORE Paper Pages Bookstore (405) 888-1069 RETAIL- BOUTIQUES Boutique 206 (405) 697-6190 Cleveland & Co. Mercantile (405) 699-1068 Friends Market Boutique (405) 990-0155 Heritage Collections (405) 282-6630 RETAIL- BUSINESS SUPPLIES AND EQUIPMENT RENTAL Great Plains Edmond Kubota (405) 330-5300 RK Black (405) 372-3246 RETAIL- Candy Shop Licorice Man (405) 213-5858 Rick’s Fine Chocolates & Coffees (405) 293-9309 RETAIL- GAS STATIONS Guthrie Travel Center - Valero (405) 260-1596 Love’s Country Store #218 (405) 260-0850 Love’s Country Store #85 (405) 282-1884 Love’s Travel Stops #604 (405) 260-1493 RETAIL- GROCERY STORE Walmart (405) 282-7900 RETAIL- PAWN SHOPS Heather’s Pawn Loans (405) 282-8899 RETAIL- SPECIALTY SHOP Mark’s Drug (405) 282-2700 Pollards Gentleman Jerky (405) 697-4353 RETAIL- TACK & FEED SUPPLIER Livestock Nutrition Center (405) 260-1841 Willoby’s Feed & Outfitters (405) 282-0456 RETAIL- THRIFT STORE Goodwill (405) 293-9490 RETAIL- VAPE SHOP Get Vaped LLC (405) 282-8273 RETAIL- Yarn Sealed with a Kiss (405) 282-8649
Promoting Oklahoma’s Athletic Heritage
214 W. Oklahoma 315 W. Oklahoma 406 E. Oklahoma 1202 E. Harrison Ave. 900 E. Oklahoma 301 W. Harrison
okterritorialmuseum.org owensmuseum.com guthriescottishrite.org publishingmuseum.org
110 E. Oklahoma Ave. 301 W. Oklahoma Ave.
101 W. Oklahoma Ave. 124 North First
117 N. Grand, Crescent
FB: @Paper Pages Bookstore
206 E. Avenue Oklahoma Ave. 122 W. Oklahoma Ave. 205 E. Harrison Ave. 118 W. Oklahoma Ave.
shopboutique206.com FB: @clevelandandco shopfriendsmarket.com FB: @HeritageCollection
6506 N. I-35 Frontage Rd 3827 N. Land Run Drive Stillwater OK 74075
112 E. Oklahoma Ave. 109A W. Oklahoma Ave.
2621 E. Hwy 33 (west of I-35) 2530 E. Noble (South Division) 1223 S. Division (east of I-35) 2700 E. Highway 33
guthrietravelcenter.com loves.com loves.com loves.com
1618 S. Division
1504 S. Division
112 W. Oklahoma Ave 102 E. Oklahoma
4806 Moose Circle 221 E. Harrison Ave.
lnc-online.com FB: @willobysfeed
501 S. Division St.
105 W. Harrison Ave.
109 E. Oklahoma Ave.
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Thank the Donor
Want to host a blood drive or need more information about blood donation? Contact Julie Gimmel @ (405) 401-2961
113 E. Oklahoma Ave. • Guthrie, OK 73044
Thank You To Our Civic Investors Charlie & Diane Bevers Necie Black Valerie Blackburn Gary and Tami Boxley Gary James Dickerson Patrick Franks
Cowboy Jim Garling Senator Chuck Hall Dana Hornbeck George Lynch Representative Garry Mize Brian & Janna Pierson
Jeff and Debbie Taylor Robert Wagner Pam Watts-Meyer Stacey Frazier Gary Weeks
#ChooseGuthrie Mike Sikes
Financial Advisor 1622 South Division Guthrie, OK 73044 405-282-8041
120 W Cleveland Avenue, Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044
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We’re glad to have you in the neighborhood. Mercy is nearby and ready to care for everybody in your family whenever you need us. Our dedicated health care team includes: Mercy Hospital Logan County • Emergency • Physical Therapy • Imaging Services
Mercy Clinic • Primary Care – 4 Area Locations • Convenient Care
Ready to make your appointment? To see a list of doctors currently available in your area, please visit mercy.net/WelcomeToGuthrie Wishing you many happy and healthy years to come in your new home. The safety of our patients and caregivers has been, and always will be, our priority. We follow strict standards for disinfecting, required masking for patients, visitors and co-workers, and social distancing. Please do your part by following these and other CDC guidelines.
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Guthrie â€˘ Edmond â€˘ Stillwater
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Home Health Care Skilled Nursing Care Disease Management Wound Care Speech Therapy Occupational Therapy Physical Therapy
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There is a reason so many of our customers give us a five-star rating. We make the car and truck buying experience easy, fast and safe. Every vehicle interior is treated with AST (Antimicrobial Surface Treatment) and every employee cares for your safety by following CDC guidelines.
We can pick up and return your car for service. You can purchase any vehicle online from the comfort of your home. Call us or visit our website to find out more.
I purchased a 2020 Ranger from Vance Country Ford. My experience was amazing. I was impressed by the staff’s attention to safety. Ed M. – 11/20
Everyone at Vance Auto Group goes the extra mile and really cares about the customer!! They took every precaution to follow COVID-19/CDC guidelines. Jess G. – 10/20
Best and easiest way to buy my Jeep Gladiator. Very professional and personable salesperson. Thanks Roberta K. – 12/20
I-35 & Exit 153 • Guthrie, OK John Vance Country Ford (405) 282-2113 • Service (405) 676-0652 John Vance Chrysler, Dodge, Jeep and RAM John Vance Cadillac, Buick and GMC (405) 282-2113 • Service (405) 676-0652
Oklahoma’s Choice for Wheelchair Vans, Lifts and Service Located next to the Chrysler dealership in Guthrie • (405) 282-2113 PROUD SUPPORTER OF THE PARALYZED VETERANS OF AMERICA – MID-AMERICA CHAPTER