Ember Miller, 6, jumps after receiving her unicorn balloon animal from Dan Geers with Zounds the Clown during Guthrie Center’s 50115 Fest Saturday afternoon.
Guthrie Center opened up its downtown area once again Saturday afternoon f
Panorama recognizes the top of its 2018 graduating class during commencement on Sunday. In the top 10 percent are (from left) Nicole Rolfes, Jensen Wilke, Carson Fisher, Madison Fear, and salutatorian Devyn Kemble, valedictorian Samuel Webster.
Graduates decked out in navy blue caps and gowns marched into a packed Panorama high school auditorium for commencement on Sunday afte
The color guard marches down the street as patrons honor their service along the street during the Fourth of July parade in Yale Wednesday morning.
Ember Miller, 6, jumps after receiving her unicorn balloon animal from Dan Geers with Zounds the Clown during Guthrie Center’s 50115 Fest Saturday afternoon.
Panorama recognizes the top of it's 2018 graduating class during commencement on Sunday. In the top 10 percent are (from left) Nicole Rolfes, Jensen Wilke, Carson Fisher, Madison Fear, and salutatorian Devyn Kemble, valedictorian Samuel Webster.
Speaker Jim Flanery tells graduating seniors to be grateful, reflect on their lives and believe in themselves during the graduation ceremony in the AC/GC High School gym on May 20.
Panorama recognizes the top of its 2018 graduating class during commencement on Sunday. In the top 10 percent are (from left) Nicole Rolfes, Jensen Wilke, Carson Fisher, Madison Fear, and salutatorian Devyn Kemble, valedictorian Samuel Webster.

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After making a long putt, John Dinnebier acknowledges the crowd gathered around the 18th green at Lake Panorama National during the 2013 Iowa Open.
John Dinnebier, who has been at Lake Panorama National for nearly 20 years, has accepted the position of general manager at Briarwood Golf Club in Ankeny.  A farewell reception for Dinnebier will be held at the LPN Conference Center on Tuesday, July 17, 4:30-6:30 p.m. This is a come-and-go event,...
Posing for a photo during a Home Base Iowa Community ceremony in Guthrie County on the lawn of the courthouse in Guthrie Center Friday are (from left) Lieutenant Governor Adam Gregg, Governor Kim Reynolds, Everett Grasty, Bill Howell, Curtis McClellan and Iowa Workforce Development Director Beth Townsend. Guthrie County met the requirements for Home Base Iowa Designation and was honored in a formal ceremony Friday. Adair, Guthrie and Audubon were all recognized Friday.
At a ceremony in Guthrie Center on Friday, July 6, Governor Kim Reynolds congratulated Guthrie County on achieving its Home Base Iowa Community designation.  Guthrie County became the 84th county state-wide to secure this designation. Adair and Audubon counties were also recognized as Home Base...

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