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Panora’s Main Street will soon be home to a women’s boutique with a New Orleans flare. Stacy Benton, who moved with her husband Sam and daughter Keli from West Monroe, Louisiana, to their new home at Lake Panorama about six weeks ago, had always dreamed of owning a clothing store. Over the years,...
Panora firemen have restored a part of their heritage from the past. A 1940 Ford pumper truck used about 30 years by the department has been given its original pristine look absent rust or scratches. It’s now a source of pride and compliments.  The restoration took about three years and at times...
Generosity, love and support overflowed at Panorama High School on Friday, January 27.  Students and community members came out in full-force to offer their support for 13-year-old Emma Reinhart, a Panorama seventh grader fighting Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia (ALL). They also showed their...
After 16 1/2 years as a local source for home decor, gifts and interior design, Abigail Annie’s Interiors in Panora is set to close this spring. Owned by Mardi Russell and Deb Moylan, the tan and red house at 310 E. Main St. has been home to three businesses under one roof since first opening. In...
Performers from Main Street Dance Studios got a taste of friendly competition and dance expertise thanks to the third annual All Star Dance Competition and Flow 40 Dance Workshop on January 7 and 8. Since starting three years ago, the first portion of the weekend, the in-house competition, has...
As part of its continued growth, Panora Telco has added a new face to join its team. Courtney Redfern, of Guthrie Center, has taken over the Sales and Marketing Director position to help improve the company’s branding, and work with consumers. “I really enjoy it here, I have found it very easy to...
Timber Creek Charities will be the recipient of the proceeds from the auction at the Yale Steak Supper this year. Hosted by the Yale Community Club, the annual dinner will be held Saturday, January 21, with proceeds from a silent and live auction going to Timber Creek Charities. “This is a great...
Wilbur Bates retired in 2008, now in his 70s he’s retired, working seven days a week. “It’s more fun now that I don’t have to work,” he said of his return. He’s been around cars most of his life -- repairing and maintaining them and even selling them on a couple of occasions. But most of all he...
Forty-six descendants and spouses of Jerry and Juanita Heiland gathered Friday evening for the 65th Heiland Christmas. Only one person has ever missed. For the first time they didn’t meet in a home -- one family member said there was no longer elbow room -- but rented the Panora Community Center...
The big guy from the North Pole was popular at the Panora Chamber’s annual Breakfast with Santa on Saturday, December 3, but it’s possible those flipping pancakes were just as important. Mike Ketelsen, Dave Grove and Kristen Crouthamel were tossing pancakes every five minutes and say they served...

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