Thomaston HS students wins at National Invention Convention

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A student at Thomaston High School got third place for the junior class at the National Invention Convention in Michigan.

Alexander Thornberg received a medal and certificate for his work.

Thornberg's invention was for highway safety and tire re-use, using old tires for cushioning on cement Jersey barriers, recycling the tires and improving the safety of the barriers.

Hundreds of students competed in the STEM challenge.

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