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PHS pranksters assigned community service; vandals yet to be charged

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The 15-20 students involved in an end-of-school-year prank at Perham High School have each been assigned 16 hours of community service, according to Superintendent Mitch Anderson.

A lengthy investigation by police and school officials determined that the group of recent graduates was responsible for some minimal damage caused during a senior prank on May 29 – smearing Vaseline on door handles, squirting ketchup around, and rolling toilet paper down hallways, for instance.

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Joe Bowen, a 2009 graduate of St. John's University, is the newest member of the Perham Focus team. He enjoys writing, rugby, and hamburgers.
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