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Fenton grad­u­ates from Fort Hays State

of Hugh­esville grad­u­ated from Fort Hays State Univer­sity in Hays, Kan., in the sum­mer 2018 term with a mas­ter of sci­ence de­gree in in­struc­tional tech­nol­ogy.

Turner earns de­grees at Univ. of Md.

a 2014 grad­u­ate of Mau­rice J. McDonough High School, grad­u­ated from Univer­sity of Mary­land, Col­lege Park in May with a GPA of 4.68, sum cum laude. She re­ceived two bach­e­lor of arts de­grees in gov­ern­ment and pol­i­tics and in phi­los­o­phy with a mi­nor in

of White Plains re­ceived the Rams Court Bas­ket­ball Schol­ar­ship from the Shep­herd Univer­sity (West Vir­ginia) Foun­da­tion. The foun­da­tion pro­vided close to $2 mil­lion in stu­dent, fac­ulty and pro­gram sup­port for 2018-19.

Robin­son earns mas­ter’s de­gree from Val­dosta State

of Wal­dorf earned a mas­ter’s de­gree in pub­lic ad­min­is­tra­tion from Val­dosta (Ga.) State Univer­sity over the sum­mer.

Robin­son was among more than 530 un­der­grad­u­ate and grad­u­ate stu­dents who com­pleted the re­quire­ments for their re­spec­tive de­grees dur­ing the Sum­mer 2018 se­mes­ter.

Tate-Moore ac­cepted into honor so­ci­ety

son of Amelia Tate-Moore of Wal­dorf, was re­cently ac­cepted into Phi Eta Sigma, the na­tional fresh­man honor so­ci­ety, at Sal­is­bury Univer­sity.

Tate-Moore is a sopho­more ma­jor­ing in nurs­ing. He is a re­search lab­o­ra­tory as­sis­tant and is a dean’s list stu­dent. He is a 2017 grad­u­ate of North Point High School in Wal­dorf.

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