Two vehicle-animal accidents were investigated by the Guthrie County Sheriff’s Office recently. Jocelyn M. Jesko, Guthrie Center, totaled her 2011 Dodge on Saturday when she hit a large Angus cow

Pitch players Sixteen pitch players gathered for another evening of cards at the Guthrie Activity Center October 14. The high went to Darlene Schnobrich and Helen Richey and the low

Panora Monday, October 15 Spaghetti, tossed salad, apricots, french bread, milk. Tuesday, October 16 Liver & onions or beef patty, mashed potatoes, broccoli, oranges & pineapple, bread pudding, milk. Wednesday,

The Wichita Wildcats held their October 7th meeting at the Panora Library. It’s National 4H Week! The planning committee met prior to our regular meeting to brainstorm ideas for fun

Panora Church Of The Brethren 2946 200th Road, Panora Pastor Michelle Leonard Adult and Children Bible Study - 9:00 a.m. Worship - 10:00 a.m. We Welcome Everyone Lighthouse Assembly of

Thursday, October 11 Conference cross country meet @ Panorama 4 p.m. JH FB (H) 4 p.m. Volleyball @ Pleasantville 5 & 7 p.m. Friday, October 12 Football @ Panorama 7

Guthrie County Chaplains assist the Guthrie County Law Enforcement Departments sharing support, comfort and encouragement during emergency situations, through ride a longs, delivering death notices, and jail visits when inmates

Members of the Guthrie Center fire Department pose for a group photo (front row, from left) Explorer Dale Vogle,Tom langgaard. Middle row left to right, Cody Sheeder, 2nd Assistant Chief

Vedette 2000 Panora city administrator Sue Cosner produced a computer printout with 160 names of persons that are or were delinquent on their utility bills. Legal means will be taken

PANORA FIRE DEPARTMENT: Matt Harmann, Chief; Ed Haver, Assistant Chief; Kevin Baldwin, Assistant Chief; Tony Monthei, Assistant Chief; Brian Dorsett, Safety Officer; Curt Tucker, Safety Officer; Curtis Twigg, President; Andy

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