Friends, family, colleagues and those that have watched Don forecast the weather for years attended the event.
Friends from near and far came to offer Don love and support as he battles pancreatic cancer
A $10 ticket includes a spaghetti dinner, bread, salad and dessert
Don Guthrie is fighting pancreatic cancer and has been a WKBN meteorologist for 44 years.
As part of Stand Up To Cancer, WKBN is focusing on the fight against cancer right here in the Valley.
Friday night was demolition derby night at the Canfield Fair and one of the cars in the derby had a special meaning for us at 27 First News …
Tickets to the event cost $10 per person.
Guthrie has challenged some of his peers to the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge.
Literally hundreds of pictures have been sent in, or shared, using #purple4don to honor Don Guthrie on his 44th anniversary at the station a…
WKBN 27 News will be organizing a "Wear Purple for Don Day" to celebrate Meteorologist Don Guthrie's 44th year of being a broadcaster for WK…
Don Guthrie has been forecasting the weather in his hometown for 44 years. And even pancreatic cancer can't keep him down.
Photos showing support for Don Guthrie have been pouring into the WKBN Newsroom Monday.
WKBN 27 News will be organizing a “Wear Purple for Don Day” to celebrate Meteorologist Don Guthrie’s 44th year of being a broadcaster for WK…
The community also is being asked to participate in the event for Don Guthrie, who is battling pancreatic cancer.
WKBN 27 News will be organizing a "Wear Purple for Don Day" to celebrate Don Guthrie's 44th anniversary as a WKBN Meteorologist
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Chief Meteorologist Don Guthrie shares his experience battling cancer and his plans to return to forecasting the weather.