First-year, family featured on television segment

Ripon pride was evidenced in a national feature on CBS This Morning Sunday. The segment, “Rural America Braces for Virus,” was centered in Wautoma, Wisconsin, and featured Adam and Carolyn Flyte, farmers in Coloma. They are the parents of Mikayla Flyte ’23.

Members of the Flyte family, including Mikayla, wore Ripon apparel as they were filmed.


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