Updated May 29, 2014
32 to graduate Friday
There will be 32 graduates this Friday, May 30 at the Prairie High School graduation. . . .
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Levy passes, primary election results
The local school levy passed with nearly 60% yes vote, 390 to 276, at the primary election held Tuesday, May 20. . . .
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High School Concert photos
On this page are several photos from the Prairie Junior/Senior High School concert. . . .
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Quilts of Valor presented
Four Quilts of Valor were presented Monday, May 26 at the Keuterville Pub & Grub following Memorial Day ceremonies. . . .
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Robbery suspects to be prosecuted in federal court
The man and woman charged in connection with the robbery of U.S. Bank on Friday, May 16, were indicted in U.S. District Court for that crime last Wednesday, May 21. . . .
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Wimer building senior apartments
Jack and Jeanne Wimer purchased the old Kindergarten building and the grounds it sets on from the School District and are converting it into apartments. . . .
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From the Police Chief
After our recent bank robbery, I felt it important to recognize the efforts of many people, businesses, and agencies that worked together to put a quick end to what could have been a long crime spree. . . .
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Hospital to sponsor fun run
St. Mary’s Hospital will be sponsoring a “Fun in the Sun Looped til’ you’re Pooped” Fun/Run on June 18th. . . .
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June events for Youth Ministry
June 3rd. End of the school potluck dessert bash and youth ministry presentation at the Church Parking lot. . . .
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Booster Bulletin
School Year 2014 coming to a close, next events being planned.   The booster club would like to send out our congratulations to the graduates this year.  We wish you the best and hope that all your dreams fall into place in your future. . . .
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Haight Classic set
June 27th and 28th, the Friday and Saturday of June Picnic, there will be 3-on-3 basketball tournaments. . . .
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Hospital team wins tournament
The St. Mary's Hospital volleyball team won the softball team's volleyball fundraiser. . . .
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Junior High Track season recap
Another fun filled, physically challenging year is in the books.  Thirty 7th and 8th graders took on the challenge of participating in track this year. . . .
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Letters to the Editor
On this page are letters to the editor that appeared in this week's print edition of the Chronicle. . . .
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The local American Legion and VFW chapters at their Memorial Day services at the Keuterville Cemetery. They had a great turnout of veterans for the event with 24 at the Ferdinand Cemetery and 26 at Keuterville.Click on the photo for a  larger view. 

Fred Seubert places the wreath at the base of the flagpole at the Memorial Day service at Keuterville. Click on the photo for a larger view.

The rifle squad fire their M-1 carbines as a salute the departed veterans. Even though he’s the one giving the orders to fire, VFW Post Commander Joe Riener tells us that Bob Ross, back to camera in photo, suffered “M-1 Thumb” after handling one of the rifles. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Jim Steinke recites the poem “In Flanders Field” during the Memorial Day services at Keuterville. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Rick Johnson plays “Taps” on the bugle at the conclusion of the Memorial Day services at Keuterville. Click on the photoe for a larger view.

The combined junior and senior high school bands perform at the school concert last Wednesday. See above left for more photos. Click on the photo for a larger view.

Thank you Bo Rose for taking time to give our Kindergarten class from Summit Academy a tour of B & A Performance Auto.  We learned a lot and had a great time. Photo provided by Summit Academy. Click on the photo for a larger view.

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