High school yearbooks are lined with memories both good and bad, but in Northern Minnesota, one high school wants to keep a few things from its pages.
A controversy is brewing at Menahga High School over the issues of teen pregnancy and suicide.
Kyle Kenyon would have been a senior this year, but committed suicide last January.
“The only way I can hold it together is with all the support we have,” said Peggy Havnes, Kenyon’s mother.
Around 100 classmates have signed a petition to get a memorial page in their yearbook, something Havnes would also like to see.
“I do think we need to use it as a teaching tool, because if we can prevent any other family from going through this, then we’ve accomplished something,” she said.
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