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( March 24, 1999)
WHITE RIVER STUDENTS WIN HONORS AT HIGH PLAINS REGIONAL SCIENCE & ENGINEERING FAIR
Travis Krogman and Kacktus Bryan of White River Middle School won 2nd Place/ 6th Grade- Team at the 44th Annual High Plains Regional Science & Engineering Fair held recently on the South Dakota School of Mines & Technology ( SDSM& T). Krogman and Bryan won the award for their science project entitled “ Wind Power.”
Other students from White River who competed in the event and their project titles are as follows:
JoAnna Calhoon Landfills: Are They a Threat?
Kylee Krogman and Jaime Lyon Fruits & Vegetables, The New Energy Source
Angeline Good Shield and Helena Kittle Why do Earthquakes Occur?
Lacey Bierema and Candy Schmidt How Can Electricity be Produced by a Lemon?
Kyler Krogman and Joe Fleming How Can You Measure Wind Power?
Connie Rattling Leaf and Shelsey Hight What is Diffusion?
Travis Krogman and Kacktus Bryan Wind Power
Calvin Krogman and Cliff Bryan How to Produce Hydroelectricity
Josh Becker and Paul Moran How Can We Use Solar Heat?
Talon Tucker Why Don’t We Hover
The 44th Annual High Plains Regional Science & Engineering Fair featured 375 middle and high school students from 32 area schools competing in various science and engineering categories. A total of approximately $ 2,650 in cash awards plus many additional prizes that included flags, books, backpacks, databanks, and medallions were awarded to the winners in the various categories.
Photo Caption: Cliff Bryan and Calvin Krogman of White River Middle School display their science project entitled “ How To Produce Hydroelectricity” at the 44th Annual High Plains Regional Science & Engineering Fair.
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