Wis. high schooler wins state park sticker contest

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MADISON, Wis. (AP) -- A southeastern Wisconsin student has won the Department of Natural Resources' annual state park admission sticker design contest.

Ursula Reid, a junior at Cedarburg High School, submitted a design featuring a turtle. It beat out about 200 other entries.

The stickers are required on all motor vehicles stopping in state parks and recreation areas as well as some state forest and trail parking areas. They cost $25 for state residents and $35 for non-residents.

The DNR is accepting entries in the 2015 sticker design contest through April 17. The contest is open to all high-school age students who attend public, private or parochial schools in Wisconsin.

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