Marysville Pilchuck senior Cheyenne Coe is a driven student whose heart is sold on becoming a medical professional. Coe, 18, cites the October 2014 shootings at the high school as one part of her emotional drive to become an emergency room nurse. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Marysville Pilchuck senior Cheyenne Coe is a driven student whose heart is sold on becoming a medical professional. Coe, 18, cites the October 2014 shootings at the high school as one part of her emotional drive to become an emergency room nurse. (Andy Bronson / The Herald)

Her school’s tragedy set her on a course to become a nurse

Marysville Pilchuck senior Cheyenne Coe decided she wants to be an emergency room nurse.

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