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6-7-14 Briefs

By Staff | Jun 6, 2014

U Mary student rotates at HAMC

Claycee Olson, University of Mary student, has been part of the team in the Heart of America Medical Center Wellness Center since the beginning of May. She works closely with physical therapist Kayla Johnson, gaining experience in a rural healthcare setting.

Olson graduated from Jamestown High School in 2007, received her bachelor’s degree in exercise science in 2011 and is set to graduate in May 2015 with her doctorate in physical therapy.

“I like the fact that I can see all kinds of patients here. I have worked with orthopedic and pediatric patients along with residents in the Care Center and on acute,” Olson said.

Olson will complete her rotation June 27 and hopes to remain in the Bismarck area.

– Dani Schell,

HAMC marketing coordinator

Anhydrous leaks investigated

The Pierce County Sheriff’s Department and Rugby Police are investigating what appears to be intentional leaking of anhydrous tanks at Envision along US 2.

Both departments have increased patrols in the area.

“They don’t realize how deadly this stuff is,” Sheriff Matt Lunde said. “We do not want to see somebody die over this.”

Valves have been cracked, according to Lunde.

Authorities are seeking any information and callers may remain anonymous.

– Tribune Staff Report

Area students graduate

from MSUM

On May 16, over 930 students received their degrees during Minnesota State University-Moorhead’s spring commencement exercises.

Morgan Leapaldt, of Leeds, graduated cum laude with a bachelor of fine arts in graphic design.

Breann Lenzmeier, of Rugby, graduated magna cum laude with a bachelor of science in broadcast journalism.

Area students graduate from Minot State

Over 560 students received their degrees on Friday, May 16 during commencement exercises at Minot State University.

From Rugby: Zane Axtman, BSE, history; Kaycee Grochow, Bachelor of General Studies; Jeremy Johnston, BSE, elementary education; Dennis Krick, BS, criminal justice; Courtney Weiss, BS, radiologic technology.

From Towner: Heidi Berndt, BS, management, international business, cum laude; Mary Ann Wahl, BS, accounting, magna cum laude

From Willow City: Karen Niewoehner, BSE, music, cum laude; Brady Prellwitz, BS, accounting

Area students graduate

from NDSU

North Dakota State University held its commencement exercises May 17 in the Fargodome.

From Rugby: Chris Fedje, BS, Crop & Weed Science; Ashley Mattern, BS, Veterinary Technology; Monica Pritchett, BS, Agricultural Education; Stephanie Friestad, BS, Zoology, summa cum laude;

From Esmond: Jordan Smith, BS, Crop & Weed Science;

From Cando: Calvin Teubner, BS, Agribusiness, magna cum laude.

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