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July 26, 2013
Pierce County Tribune

Mayville State dean's list

Mayville State University announced that Shelby Hageness, of Rugby, was listed on the Spring 2013 dean's list.

To qualify, a student must have a GPA of 3.5 or higher, and must complete a minimum of 12 graded credit hours.

Area contestants win NDSF

exhibit awards

Several people from Pierce County and the Tribune coverage area took home ribbons for their entries in exhibits at the North Dakota State Fair. Exhibits ranged from art and photography to food and produce.

Alyvia and Abigail Church, Ashley Martodam, David Lindgren and Kyla Slaubaugh, all of Wolford, took blue ribbons home for children's art. Also from the area in that category were Kiara Slaubaugh and Emily Hoder, both of Cando. Slaubaugh was also a best of class winner.

Linda Hager, of Harvey, took home a blue ribbon in color photography.

Taking blue ribbons in fine arts and crafts from Cando were Joan Youngerman, Luke Douglas, Justin Yoder, Lynnsey Slaubaugh, Kyle Yoder, and MacKenzie Ploof.

Other fine arts and crafts winners were Matt Rudnick, Sasha Bennett, and Elsa Condit, all of Anamoose, and Joan Gunter, of Towner.

Brock Hansen, of Leeds, took home a best of show prize for his exhibit in education.

Jadyn and Makenna Vollmer, of Harvey, took home best of class awards for jerky and cookies, respectively.

In the under 20 division of the Heritage Contest, which is part of the writing contests, Amanda Pratt, Aubrey Johnson and Casey Olson, all of Towner, took first, second and third prizes, respectively, for their work.

 
 

 

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