The struggling West CentralValley defense fell victim to yet another foe in week eight. The Clarinda Cardinals dismantled the Wildcats to the tune of 41-6, dropping the visiting Wildcats to

The Panorama and West Central Valley volleyball programs began postseason play this week. The Guthrie County squads are both placed in Class 2A, region 3. The Panthers (16-11 overall) finished

PANORA AC/GC’s strongest runner is slowly cementing himself among the greatest Chargers of all-time, even if that history is fairly brief. Ninth-ranked Noah Nelsen put forth a gritty effort last

AMES - As Milwaukee’s Christian Wood returned to earth eliciting a fierce yell following his second thunderous dunk in the game’s waning moments, it put an emphatic exclamation point on

Kassidy Bremer is a hard-working senior here at Panorama High School. Her favorite sport is track, and she wishes she had tried volleyball. Some advice she shares for underclassmen is:

Vallerie Storesund’s favorite movie is Sydney White and her favorite subject is English. She shares this joke: “What do you do if someone thinks an onion is the only food

Hope Arganbright’s view on having homework is, “I think it’s good for us because when you go to college, it’s a lot of independent work and learning on your own.”

Maisie Knapp is one of our beloved seniors. She said that if she could go back and tell herself something, she would say, “Be cool.” When she graduates, she wants