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PAGE 10 THE PRESS MARCH 23, 2011 OO0 Top left: Winning top honors in the junior divi- sion at the Northeast Regional Science Fair are Reserve Champion Selena Hobbs and Grand Champion Abbie Sondeland. Both are ninth graders at Valley-Edinburg High School. Top right: All nine Valley-Edinburg High School students are advancing to the State Science Fair at UND April 7-8. Back row- Kris- tian Myrdal, Bill Klose, Courtney Estad, and Josh Spaulding; Middle row- Hayley Fingar- son, Josh Holm, Morgan Ellingson; Front row- Selena Hobbs, Abbie Sondeland. Bill Klose is competing in the senior division. All others are in the junior division. Bottom left: Winning top honors in the elementary division at the Northeast Regional Science Fair was Grand Champion Wesley Kemp. Alyssa Kemp won first place honors with her project. Wesley is a fifth grader and Alyssa a fourth grader at Valley-Edinburg Public School. They are the children of Chad and LuAnn Kemp of Cavalier. Bottom middle: Valley-Edinburg students re- ceived special awards at the Northeast Re- gional Science Fair at UND on March 2. They are: Back row- Kristian Myrdal (I-Sweep Award and US Army Environmental Science Award); Josh Holm (US Army Engineering Award); Bill Klose (Jeff Augustin Memorial Award, UND Engineering Award, Yale Science and Engineering Award, US Air Force Award); Front row- Morgan Ellingson (US Navy/Marine Achievement Award); Courtney Estad (ND En- gineers Award); Abbie Sondeland (US Air Force Award, US Navy/Marine Achievement Award, ASM Materials Education Foundation Award). Bottom right: Five best-of-category awards were given to Valley-Edinburg High School students: Kristian Myrdal- animal sci- ences; Bill Klose- mechanical engineering and energy and transportation; Selena Hobbs - plant sciences; Abbie Sondeland - engineer- ing (materials). The best projects (junior and senior divisions including 56 projects) were given this recognition. (Photos: Submitted.) 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