Five from county graduate U of I

U of I Grads
(l-r) Don Parlow, Katelyn F. Hutchinson, Seamus M. Newcomb, Troy S. Shepherd and Victoria Rae.

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Graduates from Bonners Ferry were Don Parlow, College of Letters Arts and Social Sciences with a bachelor of science degree in sociology with van emphasis on criminology. and Katelyn F. Hutchinson, College of Agricultural and Life Sciences with a bachelor of sc9ience degree in Animal and Veterinary Science degree with a production option.

Graduates from Moyie Springs were Seamus M. Newcomb from the College of Agricultural and Life Sciences with a bachelor of science degree in Apparel, Textiles and Design and Troy S. Shepherd from the College of Letters, Arts & Social Sciences with an Associates of Arts in general studies. From Naples, Victoria F. Rae graduated from the College of Education, Health and Human Sciences degree in Exercise, Sport and Health Sciences, Pre-Physical Therapy.