Dispatches from Douglas County: Science experiments, art projects, a commanding Tigers pitcher and extra – Superior Telegram
SUPERIOR — I really like graduation stories! They are fairly related year-to-year, but it really is entertaining to see a new batch of students marching off to pursue their dreams.
Reporter Maria Lockwood has a story about a graduate of Douglas County’s Remedy Court.
Jonathan Crabtree, 41, is the program’s most recent honoree.
We’ve also got images
from the University of Wisconsin-Superior’s commencement, which took location Saturday, May possibly 20.
Right here are the rest of this week’s headlines:
Having their hands dirty
Hudson Bonneville, three, and his sister Harper Bonneville, four, dig a path by means of sand for a rubber duck to travel down at the Lake Superior National Estuarine Analysis Reserve table through science evening at 4 Corners Elementary College on Tuesday, May possibly 23. When they tilted the table and poured water on it, the duck produced it to the bottom.
Maria Lockwood / Superior Telegram
4 Corners Elementary College hosted Science Evening
on Tuesday, May possibly 23, full with all sorts of hands-on activities. Youngsters launched paper rockets dug a stream in the dirt (noticed above) to see if a rubber ducky could float when water is added and watched as eggs had been dropped from the bucket of a big truck.
A digital mosaic of a cow designed by Emmarae Soyring, a fifth grade student at Northern Lights Elementary College.
Contributed / Shanna Lancour, elementary visual art teacher
In this month’s Superior College District Youth Web page, we’ve got a number of entertaining stories for you to scope out:
Northwestern’s Ellie Peterson (four) winds up as she fires a pitch in the very first inning of the Tiger playoff game with Barron in Brule on Tuesday afternoon, May possibly 23.
Jed Carlson / Superior Telegram
Northwestern pitcher Ellie Peterson
dominates in the circle and in the batter’s box.
At the time this story was written, the sophomore was 17-three with a .75 ERA and 238 strikeouts and she was batting .516 with 28 RBIs.
And with the postseason underway, be certain to take a look at
for the most recent prep sports updates.
Far more retailers to verify out:
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Jen Zettel-Vandenhouten is the regional editor for Duluth Media Group, overseeing the Cloquet Pine Journal and the Superior Telegram.
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