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Eighth grader Elianna Tirado and sixth grader Bo Rose of Peasley Middle School represented their school and the state at the Future Problem Solving International Competition last Thursday through Sunday at Michigan State University. The two students were invited to the international competition for their achievements in the state Future Problem Solving competition.

Matthew Brian Mahoney of Hayes, received his juris doctor degree from Columbia Law School in New York City during commencement ceremonies May 19.

Nicole R. Shults of Hayes, was named to the dean’s list for the January-March and March-May sessions at Columbia College in Missouri. Shults attends Columbia’s online campus. The dean’s list recognition requires a 3.5 or higher grade average.

Three residents received degrees from Mary Baldwin College during commencement exercises May 22. Rebeka Lee Turner of Gloucester, received a bachelor of arts degree; Stacy M. Pruitt of Bena, and Kelly Kersmarki Hall of Por...

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