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Northside High School students become curators for MRAP class project

The Museum of Aviation’s newest exhibit was brought to life with the help of four Northside High School seniors. Tim Campbell, Korey Cutlip, Alex Doyle and Jordan Pierce assisted Curator Mike Rowland and Collections Manager Bill Paul in creating a display on the Cougar Mine Resistant Ambush Protected vehicle. The exhibit officially opened May 6.

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Lowe, Adrian Tremayne II, born March 26 to Adrian T. and Madison (Decker) Lowe of Byron.

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Rider on Byron-based team is No. 2 in nation

In her first year in the Interscholastic Equestrian Association, 17-year-old Olivia Oney finished second in her division, varsity intermediate on the flat. Oney rides for Middle Georgia Equestrian Team, based in Byron, and is trained by Jennifer Mastronardi.

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