Education Briefs for Sept. 21, 2003 |

Education Briefs for Sept. 21, 2003

Bradley graduates from WyoTech

Steamboat Springs

Devon T. Bradley, son of Frank and Clara Bradley, graduated this month from WyoTech, a technical training school offering specialization in automotive, diesel and collision/refinishing applications. Bradley, who graduated with an associates of applied science degree with emphasis in management and street rod fabrication, will begin working in October for Group One Automotive near Boston, Mass.

Hayden students compete in Denver


Hayden High School students Alicia Hall, a junior, and Andrea Deepe, a senior, competed in the National American Miss finals held in Denver last month. Hall, who competed in the Junior Teen division, won first runner-up for Miss Personality. Deepe, who competed in the Teen division, won fourth runner-up in the talent competition and first runner-up for academic achievement.

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