Guthrie Center Times

Those who have been "Baby Jesus" from 1978-2014 posed for a picture after the annual Live Nativity sponsored by First Christian Church and Presbyterian Church of Guthrie Center Sunday afternoon. Pictured are (front row, from left) Keaton Morris, Zoey Hambleton, Shay Lemke, Brooklyn Schafer and Addison Laughery, (second row) Devon Oberholtz, Megan Lemke, Dee Sloss, Anna Lauritsen, and (back row) Matt Vannatta, Cole Stetzel, Gracen Welberg, Stacey Buttler, Jonathan Bruner, and Ryan Long.
There is hardly a lull in December with the hustle and bustle of the holiday season. There is shopping, cooking and family gatherings. There are crowds of people, Christmas music everywhere and overall panic to get everything done in time.But stillness is found in Guthrie Center. The only sound is...
Breanna Varra, 11, of Guthrie Center, picks out gifts for her parents Dec. 6 at the Guthrie Activity Center.
Outside the Guthrie Activity Center, children excitedly lined up.Santa was running a bit late, and they were waiting on him, gifts on their minds — but not gifts for themselves.They were at the Activity Center’s annual event, held Dec. 6 this year, that allows local kids to select free gifts for...
Clerk Candy Peck (left) and postmaster Janelle Hall sort packages in the mailroom at the Guthrie Center post office. The holidays are a very busy time for post offices as people try to get gifts and cards out to family and friends.
The holidays are a very busy time for mailing as people try to get gifts and cards out to family and friends. The Guthrie Center post office ensures you will get your deliveries in time for Christmas. They have handled the large volume of mail and packages this month. “It’s never dampened my spirit...
Phil Carlson, owner of Lost Trail Taxidermy, puts the finishing touches on a white tail deer mount. Being an avid hunter and outdoorsman, Carlson said he knows how important having a quality mount is and has enjoyed his fulltime job as a taxidermist for the last seven years.
Talk about buck fever.  Phil Carlson has cradled some of the biggest deer antlers in the midwest, including some of the biggest whitetail in Guthrie County.  An avid hunter, Carlson has honed his skill of turning trophy mounts into true works of art, as a full-time taxidermist south of Guthrie...


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