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Montana State University Billings has its first verbal commitment from a Lewis and Clark Middle School student.
Teacher-naturalist Cat Lynch leads Laurel fourth-graders as they search for water creatures at the Montana Audubon Conservation Education Center on Friday.
Laurel fourth-graders Deyshia Goodwin, left, and Layne Algaard negotiate a muddy pond bottom as they search for tiny water creatures at the Montana Audubon Conservation Education Center on Friday.