Students focus on values to win school photography contest

Three photos won top honors for depicting values like friendship and goals in a themed photography contest held by the Wrangell middle and high schools.

Little interest was shown in the contest when it was first announced last fall, said assistant principal Bob Davis, with only four photos entered. After extending the deadline, 50 photos were entered by 20 students.

Eighth grader Ben Houser won first place with a photo of his brother in Death Valley, California; senior Jamie Early won second with a photo of fireweed at the Nemo Point overlook; and seventh grader Andrei Bardin-Siekawitch won th...


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