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Claire Cobb works with a horse as she volunteers at Reach 4A Star Academy in Casper on Sept. 29. The 20-year-old has ambitions that could lead her outside the state’s boundaries. That’s in part because Claire wants to be an intensive care nurse at a magnet hospital. 

Cayla Nimmo, Star-Tribune Camille Erickson

On a late September evening flush with signs of autumn’s arrival, Claire Cobb sat on the dusty ground outside her home pulling on her leather cowboy boots.

The 20-year-old had pulled a 12-hour shift at Wyoming Medical Center the night before, where she works as a patient sitter on the neurology team. After a quick nap, she made two batches of barbecue sauce for the family’s

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