Troy Madsen, the son of Sharon and Ted Madsen, was awarded a doctor of medicine degree at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine's commencement exercises May 22 in Baltimore, Md.
Troy will continue in an emergency room residency training program at Johns Hopkins University for three years.
While attending John Hopkins' medical school,Troy worked as a medical correspondent for ABC television news in Baltimore.
He also appeared in the TV series "Hopkins 24/7."
Christopher Fausett recently graduated summa cum laude from Utah State University with a bachelor of science degree in geography, with an emphasis in GIS and remote sensing.
Chris was the USU School of Natural Resources valedictorian.
The College of Eastern Utah and Carbon High graduate is employed at the Utah School Trust Lands Association.
Chris is the son of Kerstine and Rusty Fausett of Price. He is married to the former Tiffany Jensen, also of Price.
Brian Bell, the son of Boyd and Marilyn Bell of Price, received a doctorate of education degree from Trevecca Naza-rene University in Nashville, Tenn.
He graduated from College of Eastern Utah and completed a bachelor of arts degree at Rocky Mountain College in Billings, Mont. He was awarded a master of education degree from Lincoln Memorial University in 1995.
Brian is supervisor of technology, textbooks and library services for Blount County School System in Maryville, Tenn. He and his wife, Lisa, have two children.