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Two Perham students earn medals at state science fair

Two of three Perham High School students earned special recognition and medals during the Minnesota State Science fair held March 25-27, in Minneapolis.

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Two of three Perham High School students earned special recognition and medals during the Minnesota State Science fair held March 25-27, in Minneapolis.

Competing at the fair were Gage Grunst with his project, titled "Pipeline Paradox - A Study of the Effects of Crude Oil on Various Aquatic Organisms"; Olivia McNair with her project, "To Vaccinate or Not to Vaccinate? That is The Question"; and Audrey Swanson with her project, "Digital Detoxification."
Winning special awards were Swanson and Grunst, who each won a Seagate Rising Star Award, given to the top 10 percent of first-year projects.
Grunst and Swanson also earned bronze medals for their projects.

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