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6C-REN0GAZETTE-J0URNAURGJ.COM SATURDAY, JUNE 8, 2002 r raduate at Reed High School When: Friday. Where: Lawlor Events Center. Graduates: 467. Valedictorians: Tiffany Lau and Prachi Shukla. Salutatorian: Dan Nguyen. Going on to further education: 91 percent. Scholarship money offered: $2,970,000. Graduates list: Jacob P. Abell, Danielle A. Abernathy, Katharine M. Adams, Brittny A. Adlish , Megan L. Aguayo , Jarad Paul Aguilar, Crystal D. Aichele , Ivy Elizabeth Alexander , Drew J. Alston, Erik Alan Alves, Jennifer R. Anderson , Christina Marie Aragon, Kathryn A. Artz , Alexandra Teresita Ascencio, Kathleen K. Auyeung , Darin Kauluwehi Baclayon , Andrea L. Baichtal, Amber Dawn Bailie, Sarah Marie Bajenski, Ajit Paul Bajwa, Lacy Patrica Barela, Kevin R. Barnes, Jr., Asa L. Barton, Kathleen N. Baucom, Jacklyn D. Bauer, Scott S. Baxter, Erin Christy Bechtel, Britlyn Joy Beck, Alex P. Bellows, Ashley Marie Betz, Tiffany Renee Biselli, Michael Daniel Bittner, Rhiannon Michelle Box, Bryan Alexander Brantley, Anthony M. Brillante, Brian John Brisbois, Christopher C. Brown, Ember Marie Brown, Nathan R. Brown, Susanne G. Brown, Victoria Carlena Brown, Chad D. Brucker, Shelby M. Buchanan, Elysa V. Buckheart, Nicole L. Budija, Pamela Nemedez Bullanday, Daniel D. Burch, Sheena Irene Burk, Charles J. Burow, Ashley Marie Burton, Carissa Denae Bush, Michael Raymond Bussard, Easton L. Campbell, Zachary Allan Canale, Michael Carlson, Candice Lynn Carr, Michael Cameron Carr, Jared D. Cartinella, Julio Castaneda, David A. Chaidez, Amanda Aileen Chaney, Corrie Chang, Lindsay Michelle Chapman, Stephanie M. Chidester, Sung H. Cho, Joann Christ, Brittany B. Christensen, Richard Lee Christian, Rosalind Jayne Clark, Ian Christopher Cochran, Terressa Lynn Collins, Andrea Lynn Collup, Michele Ann Colombini, Maria Contreras, Trevor J.Cook, Christopher M. Cooper, Lindsey Ann Corbridge, Cathleen M. Corsun, Rebecca A. Coutts, Corey Wayne Cowart, Christopher S. Cozzalio, Alonna Marie Creveling, Richard Capalad Crisostomo, Cecilia Cruz, Christopher John Curnow, Kelvin R. Dacio, Kyle Robert Danielson, Richard C. 246 win diplomas at Washoe When: Friday. Where: Lawlor Events Center. Graduates: 246. Student speakers: Meagan Barnfield and Anthony Kuzmik. Going on to further education: 35 percent. Scholarship money offered: $12,550 plus $380,000 in Millennium Scholarships. Graduates: Cynthia Acuna, Christine N. Ahwee, James Daren Akers, Christine A. Aranda, Alexandria J. Arnold, Lindsey Marie Ashton, Rachel A. Austin, Elizabeth Joy Avila, William P. Bader, Jessica Bandel, Andres Barajas, Allen G. Barin, Meagan Alyce Barnfield, Matthew Barrett, Omar Barrientos, Thomas Michael Barry, Veronica Becerrade Fabela, Benjamin M. Bello, Shawn T. Berman, Odilon Berumen, Stefano Michael Biase, Brandon Bishop-Parise, Melissa Borboa, Jason Lee Boze, Tyler Bozeat, Sara Kay Brantley, James Robert Earl Bronneke, Daniel S. Brown, Suzanne G. Brown, Carrie Brownlow, Marcelina Bryant, Martin Callejas, Amy M. Campbell, Michelle J. Castillo, Ramon Cervantes, Reanna Jo Chandler, Megan R. Chase, Nicholas R. Chavez, Ofelia R. Chavez, Veronica E. Chavez, Cindy Chavarin, Derek R. Chisholm, Cody M. Cockrum, Mariah Cole, LeeAnn M. Cornish, Kayleen Ashley Cook, Cynthia M. Cooke, Keyyna L. Cooke, Amber Lee Cordova, Jess Matthew Cordova, Charles Patrick Courtland, Travis Lincoln Cromwell, Juston C. Crosier, Peter Crudo, James Roberto Cruz, Lacie Marine group plans to try to capture orphan orca next week Killer whale: Effort aims to relocate the young female to her native waters. By Peggy Andersen ASSOCIATED PRESS SEATTLE Five months after a young female killer whale was spotted near the Vashon Island ferry dock, the federal government says it will try to capture her next week for eventual relocation to her native waters in Canada. The young orca will be captured and immobilized in a net or by securing her tail and then placed on a barge for a quick trip to a net pen at Manchester on the Kitsap Peninsula, said spokesman Brian Gorman with the National Marine Fisheries Service. The government is hiring a pri I V f . ' -si. t J- ' 4- Andy BarronReno Gazette-Journal BEATING THE HEAT: From leftto right, Reed High School seniors Jennifer Seibert, Terressa Collins, Alissa Maciel and Janis Downing are cooled off with a mist of water by teacher Ruth Hagan before graduation at Lawlor Events Center on Friday evening. Darby, Derek G. Davis, Marquis J. Davis, Ryan Zachary Dawley, Sandra Yvette De La Luz, Yadira A. De LazaroMaximiliano, Christopher L. DiMarco, Mari Renee Demers, Tawni Jean Depaoli, Ashley Blair Dickinson, Steven Ray Disteli, Michelle L. Dobel, Rachael Marie Dodd, Joshua Robert Donaldson, Matthew J. Dougherty, Janis Marie Downing , Michelle A. Dubon , Karrie Rebekah Easter, Cory Eastwood, Allison Rose Eckert, Andrew Hanigan Eckes, Allen V. Edes, Diane Elizabeth Edmonds, Joseph J. Ekstrand, Erin Elizabeth Elliott, Travis W. Emerson, Michael David Emmel, Shaun A. Ermita, Scott A. Erwin, Michael J. Escobar, Alana R. Espiritu, Colin Joseph Falk, Amber Marie Farley, Matthew Curtis Farley, Justin S. Farson, Alicia Marie Fausett, Samuel A. Felix, Michael T. Fernandez, Jose L. Figueroa, Jr., Kevin M. Fleiner, Cody K. Fleming, Alan Kyle Florey, David Neil Foster, Joel B. Fountain, Jenna Francis, Bryan E. Frank, Jeana Marlene .Frederick, Brandon J. Freund, Danielle E. Fried, Brian C. Fyffe, Marlis R. Gantuz, Christina Marie Garcia, Barret W. Garland, Richard M. Garrick, Jillian G. Garrison, Jane Dalhaus, Ryan Jeffery Davenbort, Melissa R. De La Torre, KathyJean Denning, Shaun Michael Dickerrhan, Juri Merare Dominguez, Veronica Felix Dominguez, Crystal A. Donate, Christopher Dressier, Aaron Drumm, Rosetta Rondisha Dumas, Johnny D Dupree, Sarah R. Dyer, Sky Lauren Edenfield, Diana Edwards, Melissa Jean Elkins, Mandy L. Enoh, Nicholas A. Eshelman, Dru Whitney Fay, Mathieu Joseph Ferguson, Ryan J. Fimby, Lopiseni Finau, Heather Michelle Foster, Sara Noelle Fralick, Christine Nicole Fullmer, Michelle Anne Gamboni, Michael Garcia, Stephen M. Gibson, Crystal L. Godbey, Jessica A. Goepner, Lourdes L. Gonzalez, Sherry C. Gould, Melissa Dawn Griffith, Jeremy Grigsby, Andrew Grilli, Rohona Suyat Guevarra, David Guinan, Elizabeth Guzman, Kelly Lynn Shannon Hamill, Amy M. Hardisty, Kristin Marie Harmon, Daniel Scott Hart, Ian M. Haskin, Michael Heinrich, Aida Hernandez, Dustin J. Hernandez, Maria Rosio Hernandez, Heidi M. Hoeck, Justin A. Hubert, Stacey Marie Hudson, Marshall Humphreys, Veronica Lynn Imus, Troy Izquierdo, Celena Ashley Jensen, Michael Patrick Johnson, Ryan Johnson, Jeremy B. King, Brad Lee Kirn III, Damian J. Knox, Asitamani Kofutua Jr., Michael Kono, Heather Kip Kraft, Anthony M. Kuzmik, Nha T. Lam, Bryan E. Lampley, John Lane, Tawtanisha Lee, Heather Leffler, Heather Diann Levan, Simone S. Lewis, Karen A. Lindeman, Mariam vate contractor to head the capture team, probably a local man with experience in the multimillion-dollar effort to reunite Keiko with his birth pod off Greenland, Gorman said. That four-year effort has so far been unsuccessful. Keiko, star of the movie "Free Willy," had previously lived in captivity for 21 years. The young female dubbed A-73 for her birth order in her family group, called A-pod is to stay in the pen 10 to 14 days for treatment of a skin ailment, worms and other apparently minor health problems, Gorman said. She'll also undergo a series of tests and effectively be in quarantine to ensure she doesn't take any serious health problems back to her pod. She will be fed fish in the pen some of them dead to allow medication of the 12-foot orphan. "The other advantage of dead fish is that you know what she's 7 . Jeremy James Garro, Andrew Curtis Gearhart, Jessey D. Geppert, Brandon D. Ghidossi, Nicholas K. Gibbs, Matthew L. Gilmore, Shannon Laraine Giombetti, Kyle M. Givani, Jessica G. Glover, Christopher T. Goclon, Stacy M. Gomez, Jose Gonzalez Barajas, Daniel M. Goode, Jeanna Marie Goodrich, Trenton Wells Goodsell, Rachelle Gordon, Ashley K. Graham, Michelle Marie Grohoski, Christopher Dante Gruppo, Cesario Guillen. Hugo Guillen, Taunya G. Guillen, Cameron B. Gustafson, Kristina R. Guthrie. Tamara Marie Hadlock, Joshua A. Hafford, Bonnie Kathleen Haggarty, Porschia Halfin, Dustin K. Hall, Patrick J. Hall, Jennifer Lynn Halstead, Kacie L. Hamby, Benjamin F. Harris, Edward J. Harsh, Gregory J. Hartig, Lisa Nicole Harvey, Adam A. Heaivilin, Shaun P. Heikkinen, Amanda Lynn Heintz, Nicole Henderson, Leanne M. Henry, Amanda Eve Herald, Daniel S. Hernandez, Amanda G. Heslington, Ashleigh S. Heuer, Jessica Leigh Hicks, Rachel Anne Hilton, Daryl D. Hintze, Jason D. Hobbs, Wayne E. Hodgen, Heather Rachele Holcomb, Sarah Angolene Holloway, Megan Elizabeth Holtz, t w 1 ANTICIPATION: Tyler Zuppan, 1 8, of Reno, rests before entering the for Washoe High School's graduation on Friday. Lomeli, Javier Lopez-Varela, Ryan Loudenberry, Karen Lee Lowey, Daniel Bran Lucas, Yolaunda Sarah Luhrs, Daureen Tatu Lumbandi, Ashley N. Mackey, Erica Brooke Mantz, Elizabeth Louise Mardon, Angela Martinez, Carlos Martinez, Diana Aurorra Martinez, Sara M. Martinez, David Joe Mascarenas, eating," Gorman said. "But the idea is to transfer her as quickly as possible to live salmon." Plans for the move to Canada are still being developed, he said. Once there, she will be kept in an inlet that has been netted off "so she can swim freely and maintain muscle tone and wait for her pod to appear." Her family group spends summers off Vancouver Island. In Canada, she'll be tended by federal officials from Fisheries and Oceans Canada and veterinary personnel from the Vancouver Aquarium. U.S. officials have been mulling intervention since A-73 was spotted in mid-January. They weighed the risks of capture against her long-term prospects in busy Puget Sound. For years, killer whales were shot by area fishermen. Then, in the 1960s and '70s, dozens were captured for display in aquariums around Claire M. Housby, Angela D. Howell, Victor Hua Hsiao, Phillip David Hubbard, Nicholas J. Hubble, Joshua R. Hubert, Lance V. Hutchinson, Heather Anne Imand, Yesenia Iniguez, Casey S. Ivashin, Jennifer J. Jackson, Michelle Lee Jackson, Katie Michele Jacobs, Kourtney Lyn Jacobs, Kimberly Krystal Ann Jacobson, Melanie A. James, Alexis Anne Jensen, Derek K. Jensen, Leanna Kay Johnson, Ryan N. Johnson, Mitchell R. Jonas, Amanda K. Jones, Sean M. Jones, Shantel Karakas, Alicia Noelle Karau,AjayS. Keller, Matthew Kelly, Matthew R. Kent, Jill D. Kitchen, Amanda Eileen Klepps, Robert A. Klundt, Byoung H. Koh, Mary Catherine Kolt, Donabed C. Kopoian, Dallas E. Kuehl, Rochelle N. Kuiken, Katie Elizabeth Kunze, Ryan S. Lagazon, Adam Wayne Lancaster, Clark J. Lang, Joraan W. Lang, Tiffany K. Lau, Leslie Leigh Ledbetter, Brian Kangmin Lee, Tiffani Michelle Lenzi, Shandeya M. Lewis, Christelia Liem, Brandon Mathew Lindsey, Jesus Llamas, Paul Anthony Llamas, Michael Timothy Lockwood, Heather Lee Lommori, Jeremy David Long, Linh M. Long, Zachary R. Long, Alexandra Lopez, N V Desiree Alicia Mastic, Reshaud T. Maxwell, Timothy McMaster, Claudia Yvette Mendez, Michael Mendoza, Robert Arthur Mendoza, Joilean Mercedes Mercado, Michael A. Mester, Lana Nicole Michitsch, Armando Miranda, Susana Aleman Mondragon, Lyndsay Ann Morton, James J. the country. The A-73 project marks the first known attempt to help one of the animals in the wild, and it comes as the local killer whale population is being considered for listing as an endangered species. The population of the state's three resident pods has dropped from 98 in 1995 to 78 today due to declining salmon runs, pollution and vessel noise and traffic. As Bob Lohn, regional administrator for NMFS, told a news conference May 24 when he announced the decision to proceed: "We don't know what the prospects are, but we think it is worth doing." Researchers believe A-73 was orphaned sometime last year. She apparently wandered into Puget Sound after she was left behind by her family, which never ventures into these waters. Without the support of her pod, this intelli Cesar L. Lopez, Jeramie H. Lu, Christal Michelle Lucero, Onson Luong, Casey Lianne Lutz, Joseph L. Lynch, Meghan Frances Lyons, Amber Dawn Mabus, Alissa Marie Maciel, Juan Magana, Amanda Rose Magrini, Gloria M. Makau, Andrew J. Makoutz, Elenia Nikola Malefakis, Nicole M. Malewski, Allison Nicole Mang, Amanda Marie Mangaoang, Nicole Marie Marchio, Alex L. Marcy, Jessica J. Martin, Elvia Rosemary Martinez, Brody Mark Massman, Miranda Ann McCollum, Holly E. McCosker, Kiley Marie McCoy, Cicily Chanel McGram, Nicole M. McManus, Jessica Kathleen McNamara, Matthew J. Medina, Daniel Anguiano Melendrez, Nicholas A. Mentzer, Victor H. Mercado, Amy Diane Miller, Serenity K. Miller, Brandy Nicole Misher, Joshua A. Morales, Lindsey L. Morlan, Michael D. Morris, Andrew J. Mortimore, Kelle L. Morton, Cassey Cora Moyle, Gary Michael Muro, Zao Eons Naegele, Marysol Najera, Janette Sunday Narcomey, Rachelle Ann Neilsen, Benjamin D. Nelson, Russell H. Nelson III, Dan Hai Nguyen, Colin A. Nicolai, Samantha Jo Nixon, Travis R. Numan, Fatima Nunez, Jennifer Michelle O'Brien, Tamra Anna O'Mealy, Robert X. Ogaldez, Christin R. Ohl, Brett Okimura, Katie A. Olds, Ashly E. Olson, Jason K.Olson, Jennifer E.Olson, Anthony N. Ortega, Nicholas Allen Osburn, Jessica Nichole Otto, ShainaT. Overbay, Esmeralda Ozuna, Juan M. Padilla, Jennifer Lee Palmer, Jade Lynn Parish, Megan Danielle Parton, Scott 0. Patten, Jonathan C. Patterson, Amethyst K. Payne, Brandon Lee Peek, Hector Perez, Jr., Victor Hugo Perez, Pr 'ir R Perry, Tawney D. Peterson, tommy Hong Phen, Casey J. Phenix, Kelly J. Pierce, Deandra R. Pino, Nondh Pitiwongse, Kimberly Diane Poore, Meghan Kathleen Powers, Jamie M.E. Presser, Amanda Marie Price, Michael D. Price, Erin Lynn Przygoda, Justin Wm. Puckett, Tara Cheri Pullen, Quinten Gerald Quiggle, Ronnie Quirk, Clayton Adam Quist, Jarre A. Radcliffe, Benjamin H. Ragains, Linda Marisol Ramirez, Lisa A. Ramos, Emily Michelle Rampa, Shannon M. Raphun, Todd Gilbert Rash, Zaynah S. Rashdan, Sohini Ray, Kristin M. Reavis, Justin L. Reed, Jesse D. Reeves, Ramon R. Renteria, High School t 1 A T" ' lit'' I Lauren CliftonReno Gazette-Journal main floor of Lawlor Events Center Mower, Charlene M. Muna Amy L. Natzel, Julie M.Nocel, Daniel Ojeda, Stephen A. Olshansky, Julie Orellana, Danica Orozco, Michael R. Osuna, Stephanie Palacios, Stephanie Kristene Pakalns, Marcello R. Peccorini, Christian D. Perez, Daniel Edward Pointer, Cody gent social animal is lonely and missing valuableeducationabout cooperation and survival. The hope is that she will rejoin A-pod this summer. It is not known whether the pod will accept her after months of separation, but U.S. officials decided her prospects were better in her native waters than down here. U.S. and Canadian researchers and those at thenonprofit Center for Whale Research in the San Juans have no prior experience with orphan orcas managing solo. This year, there are two juveniles trying to survive alone in the region Canada's A-73 down here and a young male, dubbed L-98 for his birth order in the San Juans' L-pod, who was spotted on the west side of Vancouver Island in November. Killer whales, actually a kind of dolphin, are found in all the world's oceans. Shannon K. Reynolds, Shannon Patrick Richardson, Kendal Elise Riley, Megan S. Riley, Nickole Charee Roat, Beth Kristen Robbins, Christopher H. Roberts, Mark Patrick Roberts, Adam Thomas Robertson, Brett A. Rodela, Marysol Rodriguez, Rosalinda Rodriguez, Jeffrey R. Rogers, Rachel E. Rowland, Bambie Nicole Sackett, Tabatha Charese Salmons, Julius Samson, Eliazar F. Santos, Joshua Lee Sapp, Brittney Nicole Sarver, Melissa Rose Satmary, Lisa Medi Schiotis, Eric P. Schlesener, Jason M. Schuler, Angie Seguin, Jennifers. Seibert, Adrienne Michele Shafer, Atalie Marie Shafer, Alexander David Shaft, Darcy Anne Shepard, Brandon Matthew Shirey, Prachi Shukla, Justin R. Sibley, Priya Sidher, Anthony James Sifre, Frederick P. Sinfellow, Leslie Nicole Sink-Martin, Tristan P. Skerritt, Sarah Elizabeth Slater, Alexander D. Smith, Alicia L. Smith, Bethany Smith, Daniel P. Smith, Justin Evan Smith, Kevin Albert Smith, Kristen Nicole Smith, Lindsey Alexandria Smith, Sara Denise Smith, Whitney Yee Smith, Jacob M. Snyder, Amber J. Sobrio, James H. Son, Aaron V. Sousa, Erin Elaine Sparks, Andrew Alan Speakman, Danielle Joy Stage, Jamie L. Stein, Gordon J. Steinmann, Adam James Stolpman, Laura Ashley Stoltz, Andrew Lee Stone, Courtney Tyler Stringer, Lindsay Elizabeth Stromberg, Vanessa Marie 0. Sy, Anh Tu Ta, Lauren M. Taveira, Joseph Mark Taylor, Stacy Michelle Teixeira, Monica Cherie Thompson, Shanika Trinette Thompson, Alexis Renee Tinio, Sir Abraham Todd, Anthony Scott Toole, Hao V. Tran, Ashley Dawn Turney, James A. Ubben, Jr., Matthew A. Van Dyne, Christopher M. Vega, Gustavo Adolfo Velasco, Dustin L. Vieira, Luis Manuel Vital, Jr. , Serenity Jade Wagner, Garret E. Walker, Stephanie E. Walker, Joshua Ryan Walsh, Tammy Jean Watson, Mark Austin Weagel, Matthew J. Weeks, Jennifer L. Welch, Katherine Marie Welling, Kelly A. Wells, Jesse G. Welsh, Keeli N. Welty, Thai Jacob Welty, William G. Wesley, Justin D. Wheeler, Annelies M. White, Marie J. Williamson, Courtney Shavon Wilson, Moxie Renee Wilson, Matthew J. Winters, Amanda Lorraine Woo, Robert T. Woods, Onome Natasha Wowo, Jina Yoo, Michael S. Zaccone, Rachel Nicole Zavaleta, Kristian Danielle Zimmer. Quartz, Oscar Ramirez, Rafael Ramirez, Jr., Kayla Lynne Reeder, Taylor G. Rehman, Jose Luis Reyes, Veronica Lorena Reyes, Juan B. Rivera, Juana Rivera, Breeana Lee Roberts, Zinahy Robles, Jessica A. Rodrigue, Liza Marie Rodrigue, Charlene Rodriguez, Kristin Rose, William Cody Rose, Trevor R. Ruiz, Ryan Ryall, Edgar Salgado, Gilbert Bryan Sandoval, Taiya Satcher, Tammy Eleda Schmidt, Stephen Braden Schroder, Joshua Allan Schuette, Nicole Marie Scott, Ashley L. Sechler, Justin Lee Seguin, Jeremy Brian Segura, Adam Shay, Shavon Shepard, Athena Maree Shirrel, Katherine Smith, Tiffaney Smith, Sarah Ann Smyth, Tia Michelle Smythe, Amy Lynn Snyder, Christopher S. Snyder, Jeremy S. Squires, Christopher A. Standish, Amber D. Standridge, Matthew Adam Stewart, William Antrican Stone, Genell A. Swigart, Norman Tarn, Alana M. Tatton, Adelfo Tejeda, Robert Thorne, Alison M. Timblin, Jasen Toomey, Heidi Lynn Trulson, Bryan Joel Underwood, Cheyenne Elizabeth Ursiny, Eric Vance, Robert Anthony VanHorn, Jair Vargas, John R. Vega, Tracy Waltman, Aurora M. Weaver, Candise Charmaine Weaver, Barbara Lynn White, Travis H. White, Tiffany A. Whybrew, Brian Wiechman, Tessa Wilder, Adam Christopher Wiley, Herbert Willock, Cindy A. Winbush, Daniel W. Wright, Erica Rana Ybarra, Ashley Nicole Young, Cindy Zamora, Kalie Cara Mae Zimmerman, Tyler Matthew Zuppan. Southern sea otter found shot to death SAN SIMEON, Calif. (AP) A protected southern sea otter was found shot to death on a beach, authorities said. An otter researcher discovered the animal on Wednesday and a necropsy determined it had died of a gunshot wound, the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Friday. The agency is investigating. The species is federally protected and the killer could face a year in jail and up to $ 1 0,000 in fines. Until the 1700s, sea otters were common along the Pacific Ocean coast from Alaska to Mexico. Intensive hunting for their prized pelts sent the otter population tumbling from a nigh of about 300,000. About 2,000 now live off the Central California coast. The animals eat crabs, shellfish and sea urchins, competing at times with commercial divers for the latter.

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