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The Editorial Staff of the St. Helens Chronicle would like to apologize for our glaring error on this week's graduation wrap.

We inadvertently published that this was the Class of 2018 who will be graduated when in fact it is the Class of 2019.

We believe the accomplishments of this very important milestone in these young citizens lives was so special to us and our community that we saw fit to highlight it in a special wrap in front of page one. And we hope the graduates and families will want to hold onto this keepsake edition for many years.

We apologize for our error and want you to realize the human element it requires each week to bring you the news. But we are going to fix our mistake. In next week's issue, we will publish the graduation pages in their entirety to include the correct graduating class year.

Again, we apologize for our error and are happy to set the record straight. So to the Class of "2019" we say congratulations and good luck from all of us at the St. Helens Chronicle.

Jeremy C. Ruark

Publisher

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