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Emilee Ohman, an eighth-grader at Schroeder Middle School in Grand Forks, is a first place winner in the 2014 Keep North Dakota Clean Poster and Digital Media contest. Ohman's poster, one of more than 11,000 entries, will be featured on billboards across the state. (JOHN STENNES/GRAND FORKS HERALD)

Grand Forks student’s artwork wins first place in Keep North Dakota Clean Poster contest

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Schroeder Middle School student Emilee Ohman’s homework assignment will soon be viewed by hundreds of North Dakota drivers.

The eighth-grader’s art recently won a first place standing in the 2014 Keep North Dakota Clean Poster and Digital Media contest, which recognized student work that reflects the state’s environmental concerns and the intent to keep its trails and parks clean.

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Jennifer Johnson
Jennifer Johnson covers K-12 education for the Grand Forks Herald.  
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