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Student Spotlight - Watford City

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Each night we introduce you to top graduates at local high schools.

Tonight, we're in Watford City where there's a four-way tie for valedictorian honors.

Let's find out what the top four graduates have planned for their future.

(Taylor Dwyer, Watford City Senior) "Next year I plan to go to NDSU in Fargo and major in exercise science for now, but I'll probably change my mind so who knows where I'll end up? We'll see I guess."

(Tara Loomer, Watford City Senior) "I'm actually going off to basic training this summer because I'm in the National Guard, so I'll be going through basic training and then in the fall I'll be going through my AIT training and become a health care specialist. After I get back from there I'll probably take a couple of months off and then go to college. I plan to go to UND and get my bachelor's degree in biology."

(Saige Feilmeier, Watford City Senior) "I'm going to cosmetology school in Bismarck at the JZ Trend Academy. I'd like to open my own salon some day and hopefully come back to Watford City and give back to my community."

(Emily Ramage, Watford City Senior) "Next year I'm planning to go to college, I don't know if it will be at UND or the University of Minnesota-Twin Cities, so that's kind of up in the air still but I know I want to major in political science and I strive to have a degree in dental surgery and be an orthodontist."

Congratulations to these honor graduates at Watford City High School.

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