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Kalen Wallin earned Honorable Mention in Computer Problem Solving. He placed in the top 4% of 118 contestants registered for the event. (Courtesy photo)

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Nine CCS students attended the FBLA convention in Omaha last week. Pictured, front from left, Riley Owens, Ella O’Neil, Kendra Burke, Brice Vitosh Landis Beverly, back from left, Kadin Vrbas, Evan Fisher, Kalen Wallin and Mason Nordhausen. (Courtesy photo)

FBLA students attend convention in Omaha

    Nine CCS high school students attended the Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) convention in Omaha last week, said Sandy O’Neil, FBLA advisor.

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Carissa Hill, a junior at CCS, was a big winner Friday at the MCC high school student art competition. The scratchboard piece she is holding won Best of Show among nearly 300 entries. The other painting next to her received the Judge’s Choice award in the painting division. (Johnson Publications photo)

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At the MCC student art competition, Landis Beverly, right, took second in digital photography with this image, while Mallie McNair placed third for her self-portrait drawing. (Johnson Publications photo)

Carissa Hill earns ‘Best of Show’ at MCC high school art exhibition

    Three students from Chase County Schools earned awards at the annual McCook Community College (MCC) art contest.

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