Duchesne High School
Ali Chesnut’s marriage to Matt Featherston on July 13, 2013, marked the last wedding of six friends who graduated in 2002 from Duchesne High School in St. Charles.
Other cities have changed their outlooks. Why not St. Louis?
The jury is expected to hear closing arguments today.
In the past decade, students and staff at Duchesne High School in St. Charles have sent 20 sheep, guinea pigs, llamas, camels, donkeys, oxen, cows, water buffalo, pigs and dozens of chicks, geese, ducks and rabbits to communities across the globe.
Christmas cards and traditions decorate the wall of the Duchesne High School language arts room.
Even though Missouri, and many high schools, don't require it for high school graduation, the number of public school students taking foreign language classes has more than doubled the past two decades.
Duchesne High School is the latest private school in St. Charles County to charge its students to participate in sports.
Starting Jan. 1, St. Charles-based nonprofit organizations no longer will have to pay a fee to play games in the city's parks.
Parents along with students Mike Reilly, Charles Mahood, Nick Wilder and Jim Briscoe rake leaves in preparation to lay new mulch outside Duchesne High School’s main entrance. More than 150 people gathered for Duchesne's first “Devoting Our Hearts to Service” day. Volunteers repainted the per…
Duchesne High School senior Natalie Punzo and Principal Fritz Long dressed up as characters from the Disney film "Up" at the Outreach Club's Trunk or Treat event Oct. 20. The event welcomed children from throughout the community for games, activities and treats on the school's parking lot.
Temperatures are cooling, leaves are turning and bulletin boards in school guidance offices are bursting with scholarship announcements.
The Friends of the St. Charles City-County Library held their annual book fair Aug. 3-5 at the St. Charles Convention Center. Through the efforts of hundreds of volunteers and the attendance of thousands of patrons, the fair raised almost $89,000.
How I Did It • Once bullied for being too fat, Nick Turnbeaugh turns trim, self-confident.
SUBMITTED PHOTO Members of Duchesne High School’s sophomore class celebrate with their academic monograms after the school’s Academic Achievement Awards on Oct. 6.
SUBMITTED PHOTO Performing at Duchesne High School in 1976 are Todd Luerding on drums and Tony Chambers on guitar. Luerding and Chambers are two of four members of Serapis, one of the bands slated to perform at Celebrate St. Peters.
SUBMITTED PHOTO Serapis members (from left) Bob Gleason, Gene Carroll, Todd Luerding and Tony Chambers have been together since 1982. They will perform at 7 p.m. Friday during the "Walk of Fame" Band Challenge at Celebrate St. Peters.