Farm Bureau scholarship winners named
The winners in the Idaho County Farm Bureau scholarship contest have been announced. They are Jordan Killmar, Alicia Pepper, Dylan Prigge and Tara Stubbers. They received $1000 each toward their college expenses.
Jordan Killmar is a graduating senior from Nezperce High School. He has been accepted at Lewis Clark State College for the fall term pursuing a career in Radiology. Jordan's parents are Robert and Connie Killmar, Winona.
 Alicia Pepper is a student at Lewis Clark State College, studying to be a nurse anesthetist. She is the daughter of Audrey Pepper, Lewiston.
Dylan Prigge is the salutatorian from Summit Academy graduating May 29. He plans to attend the University of Idaho majoring in Animal Science Dairy Option. His parents are Peter & Leah Prigge, Cottonwood.
Tara Stubbers, also graduating from Summit Academy, is seeking an Agribusiness degree from the University of Idaho. Her parents are Kenneth and Shirley Stubbers, Cottonwood.
Congratulations to the winners! The applications of Alicia Pepper and Dylan Prigge have been forwarded to the Farm Bureau State office, Pocatello, to compete with other district winners towards state awarded scholarships.
Dylan PriggeTara StubbersAlicia PepperJordan Killmar

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