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At the Federated Insurance building on the south end of town Sunday, Owatonna High School staff and students addressed hundreds of cars from a stage at the front of the parking lot.
Sara Anderson, High Distinction
Nature added its own music to “Pomp and Circumstance” Thursday afternoon, as the Owatonna Area Learning Center honored 25 graduating seniors in the parking lot of the school district office.
Andrew Lawrence Memorial Scholarship ($1,500)
Even before the class of 2020 began pulling into the Blooming Prairie High School parking lot, city residents were getting ready for the parade set to follow Sunday morning's commencement.
Though the day may not have looked how they always imagined it, 64 Medford students celebrated their high school graduation Friday with a drive-thru ceremony followed by a classic, Medford-style parade.
Owatonna High School has announced its three student speakers for this year’s graduation ceremony, selected by staff and current juniors.
When soon-to-be graduates Mackenzie Paulson and Willie VonRuden reflect on their time at Medford High School, they focus on the community — both in the building and in town.
Getting ready to address their classmates at graduation, all three of Blooming Prairie High School’s honorees have a similar message — carpe diem.
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