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Science fair lets kids ‘study what they’re actually interested in’

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St. Columba School sixth-grader Keiran Eagen explains his findings about spacesuit insulation to Hal Doughty, a judge at the San Juan Basin Regional Science Fair held Thursday at the La Plata Fairgrounds. Students from sixth through 12th grades competed in the annual event.
Mancos High School ninth-grader Easton LaChappelle prepares his science project about wireless animatronic hands at the San Juan Basin Regional Science Fair held Thursday at the La Plata Fairgrounds.
St. Columba School eighth-grader Eric Setka prepares his science project about electricity generation.
Pagosa Springs Middle School seventh-grader, Miah Pitcher explains her findings on her science project about fingerprint identification to Durango Fire & Rescue Authority Chief Dan Noonan during the San Juan Basin Regional Science Fair, held Thursday at the La Plata Fairgrounds. Students ranging from sixth through 12th grades from area schools competed.
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