Tyler Blagg, of Grass Valley, graduated May 18 from California State University, Fresno, with a bachelor of science degree in animal science and a focus in dairy production management.
He was hired by Tollenaar Holsteins, in Elk Grove, as the herd manager.
Blagg graduated from Bear River High School in 2002 and is the son of Mike and Leslie Blagg, of Grass Valley.
Erin Spengler, Nevada Union High School Class of ’95, graduated from the University of California, Los Angeles, June 15, with a bachelor of science in geophyics and space physics. She is the daughter of Bob and Marla Spengler, of Lake Wildwood.
Aubyn Eli has been named to the dean’s list at Macalester College during the spring semester of the 2006-2007 school year, when she was a sophomore.
Eli graduated from Nevada Union High School and is the daughter of Robert and Margaret Eli, of Nevada City
Carl Hansen, of Grass Valley, has been named to the dean’s list at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute for the spring semester of the 2006-2007 school year, when he was a junior.
He is majoring in mechanical engineering.
Teri Jo Slack, of Grass Valley, has been awarded a $1,300 Bonhomme Scholarship from the University of Montana, where she is majoring in psychology.
Slack is a 1998 graduate of Silver Springs High School and the daughter of Terry Joe and Frankie Slack, of Grass Valley.
Dannon Allbee recently graduated from the University of California, San Diego.
He received a bachelor of science in computer science from the Jacobs School of Engineering, with double minors in political science and philosophy. He plans to go on to law school where he wants to focus on intellectual property and cyber law.
Allbee is a 2002 graduate of Nevada Union High School and is the son of Neal and Linda Allbee, of Grass Valley.
Do you have news to share with the community related to education? Contact Staff Writer Soumitro Sen at email@example.com or 477-4229.
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