This year’s 50115 Fest in Guthrie Center had a little something for everyone. 
Jeremy Glenn, a 1990 Guthrie Center High School graduate, address the Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center Class of 2017 during graduation ceremonies on Sunday. Glenn, a lawyer in Chicago, representing Fortune 500 companies in all facets of labor and employment law and Human Resource counseling matters, told the graduates to plan and prepare for change everyday of their lives.
Jeremy Glenn insists he was not responsible for the Guthrie Center Class of 1990 selecting Skid Row’s “Youth Gone Wild” as their Class Song.
ACGC teacher Joel Betterton was named Teacher of the Year by local Air Force Association (AFA) General Charles Horner Chapter with a ceremony inside the high school gymnasium in Guthrie Center on Friday. In a 24-year teaching career, including 22 at Adair-Casey and his first at ACGC, Betterton has taught almost every Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subject to students. He was presented a certificate and a check for $250 (from left) Keith Morgan, vice president for Outreach for the H
Joel Betterton says when teaching math and science it helps to be a little crazy.
The remains of the house at 1005 Main Street in Guthrie Center.
Someone intentionally set fire to a house that killed two girls, ages 16 and 12, early Monday morning in Guthrie Center, a state fire marshal concluded after a two-day investigation.
Doris Terwilliger reacts and is greeted by applause after earning the DAISY award, presented by Greg Opseth, Chief Nursing Officer at Guthrie County Hospital on Thursday afternoon in the hospital cafeteria. Terwilliger was one of five nurses at the Guthrie County Hospital nominated for the award, which recognizes the super-human efforts nurses perform every day. Terwilliger will celebrate 30 years as a nurse at the hospital in Guthrie Center on June 9.
There isn’t a job at Guthrie County Hospital that Doris Terwilliger can’t do.
Emma Reinhart, 13, her parents Troy and Steph Reinhart, and her cosmetologist Kellie Flanery, are participating in the St. Baldrick's Foundation Brave a Shave for Kids with Cancer this summer. Reinhart who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in November 2016, has lost her hair twice through treatment, and while she doesn't encourage anyone to shave their head, she's thankful for all the support in raising funds for lifesaving children's cancer research.
Jeremy Glenn, a 1990 Guthrie Center High School graduate, address the Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center Class of 2017 during graduation ceremonies on Sunday. Glenn, a lawyer in Chicago, representing Fortune 500 companies in all facets of labor and employment law and Human Resource counseling matters, told the graduates to plan and prepare for change everyday of their lives.
ACGC teacher Joel Betterton was named Teacher of the Year by local Air Force Association (AFA) General Charles Horner Chapter with a ceremony inside the high school gymnasium in Guthrie Center on Friday. In a 24-year teaching career, including 22 at Adair-Casey and his first at ACGC, Betterton has taught almost every Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) subject to students. He was presented a certificate and a check for $250 (from left) Keith Morgan, vice president for Outreach for the H
The remains of the house at 1005 Main Street in Guthrie Center.
Doris Terwilliger reacts and is greeted by applause after earning the DAISY award, presented by Greg Opseth, Chief Nursing Officer at Guthrie County Hospital on Thursday afternoon in the hospital cafeteria. Terwilliger was one of five nurses at the Guthrie County Hospital nominated for the award, which recognizes the super-human efforts nurses perform every day. Terwilliger will celebrate 30 years as a nurse at the hospital in Guthrie Center on June 9.

Guthrie Center Times

Guthrie Center Times

This year’s 50115 Fest in Guthrie Center had a little something for everyone.  “Everyone had a really good time, although it was warm, people still came out,” said Dana Buster, Executive Director of Main Street Guthrie Center, who helped plan the event, since joining the MSGC staff in March, 2017...
Jeremy Glenn, a 1990 Guthrie Center High School graduate, address the Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center Class of 2017 during graduation ceremonies on Sunday. Glenn, a lawyer in Chicago, representing Fortune 500 companies in all facets of labor and employment law and Human Resource counseling matters, told the graduates to plan and prepare for change everyday of their lives.
Jeremy Glenn insists he was not responsible for the Guthrie Center Class of 1990 selecting Skid Row’s “Youth Gone Wild” as their Class Song.It’s why he opened his commencement speech at Adair-Casey/Guthrie Center high school Sunday afternoon blaring American Author’s “Best day of your life.”“Today...

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Emma Reinhart, 13, her parents Troy and Steph Reinhart, and her cosmetologist Kellie Flanery, are participating in the St. Baldrick's Foundation Brave a Shave for Kids with Cancer this summer. Reinhart who was diagnosed with Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia in November 2016, has lost her hair twice through treatment, and while she doesn't encourage anyone to shave their head, she's thankful for all the support in raising funds for lifesaving children's cancer research.
Local cosmetologist Kellie Flanery has taken up the cause of raising money for childhood cancer research and at the end of the summer -- she could be bald.  Flanery, owner of Retro LUX Hair Salon & Boutique in Panora, has committed to shaving her head if she raises her goal of $10,000 for St....
Sheila Woolridge, a member of the WSO, pours tea for Lora Koch, attending the Senior Tea with her daughter Christin. The WSO had put on the tea for Panorama senior girls and their guests, including mothers and grandmothers, for the past 18 years.
As a graduating senior, Laura Jontz didn’t know what she wanted to do after high school.She went to the University of Northern Iowa and studied business and journalism. She later got a law degree from Drake University.Fast-forward to today, 17 years later, and Jontz, the featured speaker at the...

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