For the American Cancer Society, Don Guthrie was more than a weatherman.
Fifty five teams spent 23 hours walking the track at Boardman Center Middle School.
Two of people holding the banner for the Survivors Lap at Boardman Center Middle School have beaten cancer twice.
In some ways, Don is still teaching her things and Debbie shared what her husband of 41 years taught her while fighting pancreatic cancer.
Our First News family joins forces in memory of First News meteorologist Don Guthrie and all those battling cancer.
Inside, colleague Paul Wetzl eulogized his friend and mentor, calling Don everyone’s “father away from home.”
Calling hours were held for Don Guthrie Thursday afternoon.
Longtime WKBN Meteorologist Don Guthrie has passed away at the age of 71.
The roofer said he used to call and talk to Don about the weather and that he always trusted his advice.
Guthrie provided inspiration to his family, friends and co-workers.
The YSU president was grateful that Don reconnected with him when Tressel returned to the Valley last year.
Paul Wetzl remembers his time with his mentor, friend and colleague.
The Tri-County Area Golf Classic will be held this summer in honor of Don Guthrie.
Her trip to London was one to remember and all thanks to a man she will never forget.
Valley broadcasters remember Don Guthrie.
Local leaders share what they remember most about WKBN 27 First News Meteorologist Don Guthrie
A Hubbard girl recounts her fear of storms and how WKBN Meteorologist Don Guthrie helped her overcome it.
From the start, Don didn’t let pancreatic cancer define who he was; he wanted to keep forecasting.
In Memory of Don Guthrie 1943-2015.
The Guthrie family has announced information about where to make memorial donations in Don’s name.
First News recently checked in with longtime WKBN Meteorologist Don Guthrie for an update.
Doctors say some new trials are promising for survival rates.