The Nebraska State Patrol’s 62nd Basic Recruit Camp began Monday in Grand Island. Included in the class of 18 recruits are four from Northeast Nebraska.

Recruits from the area are Seth Miller, Ashdonn Notle, and Madison Reynoldson, all of Norfolk, and Daniel Osuna-Salazar, West Point.

The recruits began a 22-week training program that will end June 19. The Nebraska State Patrol holds two camps each year.

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