News

The average American consumes 17.9 pounds of bacon each year, but Jim Reis of Adel probably exceeds that number. In 2011, his love of bacon led him to found the

10 Squared Women of Guthrie County held their quarterly meeting at the Lake Panorama Conference Center on Thursday, February 21st and once all the checks had been collected from members

Sports

A trip back in time will take six-on-six basketball pursuits to Scranton Saturday evening. The Scranton Community Center is set to host a nostalgic scrimmage between former six-on-six stars and

The AC/GC track team started their first official practice on Monday, February 25. The snowy weather has affected the team. Girls’ coach, Colin Shawgo, stated, “We make the best of

Columns & Opinions

I think one of the most maddening things about all this snow is that it all came after Christmas. I love snowy Christmases, but instead I have just had a

U.S. Sen. Charles Grassley, R-Iowa, has never had a beer. He’s told this newspaper that at least three times. The 85-year-old senator tells this newspaper he mentally thanked his younger

Obituaries

Vincent Eugene Arganbright was born on August 21, 1924 in Guthrie County, Iowa and he passed away surrounded by family on October 10, 2016. His parents were Michael Frederick Arganbright

David Franklin Houp, age 49, died Friday, March 8, 2019 at his home in Des Moines, Iowa. David was born July 2, 1969 in Guthrie Center, Iowa. He was formerly

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