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Schools & Students published July 20, 2021

News about educational achievements among students from west central Minnesota.

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Mount Marty University

Graduating at the end of spring semester with a bachelor's degree from the Yankton, South Dakota, school was:

Madison: Kylie Jahn

UW-River Falls

Graduating at the end of spring semester with a bachelor's degree from the University of Wisconsin school in River Falls were:

Atwater: Skyller Schmidt

Grove City: Margaret Meyer

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Sunburg: Molly Jeppesen

North Dakota State University

Named to the spring semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.5 or higher at the Fargo school were:

Appleton: Anna G. Mahoney

Atwater: Noelle Dilley

Belgrade: Dacia Herickhoff, Trevor J. Hubert, Katherine Mastey, Marit Walsh, Nicole A. Wesbur

Bellingham: Gretchen R. Rademacher

Benson: Max S. Benson, Will Enderson, Andrea A. Rud, Katelyn E. Tolifson, Hannah E. Young

Blomkest: Jakob M. Zuidema

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Brooten: Morgan C. Meyer, Victoria A. Reed

Clara City: Parker Ruiter

Clontarf: Kevin J. Johnson

Danvers: Hannah Andrews

Dawson: Connor M. Kontz, Braden A. Thompson

Glenwood: Ryan C. Christianson, Jessica L. Lanoue, Evan G. Palmer

Hancock: Zachariah Flaten, Peyton A. Rohloff

Hawick: Sierra M. Hoekstra

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Hector: Anna M. Buboltz

Kerkhoven: Caleb T. Collins, Kori C. Forsell, Morgan E. Lesteberg

Lake Lillian: Alex Widmer

Litchfield: Karen Derdoski, Nora A. Lagergren, Simon E. Mueller, Dominick L. Wendler

Madison: Dain S. Haas

Montevideo: Chase D. Collins, Emmalee J. Enevoldsen, Kurt D. TeBeest

Morris: Shiori L. Legate, Carissa L. Mohrman, Carissa Oberg, Hannah Zimmel

New London: Justin A. Chvala, Riley Krossman, Payton Mages, Carly L. Orwick, Mckenzie Thieschafer

Olivia: Josie M. Lilja, McKenna E. Lilja, Peyton E. Riley, Ethan A. Whited

Paynesville: Grace K. Lange, Nathaniel J. Peterson, Emily A. Porter, Kaitlyn M. Root, Shawn Rue, Caden Spanier, Sophia C. Strand, Andrew F. Zwiefel

Pennock: Cade A. Melin

Redwood Falls: Zach A. Josephson

Spicer: Sophia Austvold, Jacob L. Klavetter, Abby N. Stauffenecker, Jenna J. Stauffenecker

Starbuck: Quinn Hanson

Sunburg: Riley E. Hart, Claire S. Hauge

Villard: Shawn S. Carsten

Willmar: Emma C. Culshaw, Sawyer Delp, Amber Evink, Victoria E. Halvorson, Kristin J. Hormann, Alec M. Nibaur, McCoy W. VanKlompenburg, Ethan Weber

Wood Lake: Sidney J. Geistfeld

Upper Iowa University

Named to the spring semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.5 or higher at the Fayette, Iowa, school was:

Willmar: Brady Krupa

Carthage College

Named to the spring semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.5 or higher at the Kenosha, Wisconsin, school were:

Willmar: Garrett Shuldes

UW-Eau Claire

Named to the fall semester dean’s list with a GPA of 3.6 or higher at the University of Wisconsin school in Eau Claire were:

Bird Island: Dana Athmann

Starbuck: Hannah Hoffmann

Willmar: Maeve Celedon, Abigail Volk

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Donna Middleton started working at the West Central Tribune in 1975 and has been the news assistant since 1992. She compiles the arts, health, farm and community page calendars, as well as rewrites and works on the special sections.
She can be contacted at dmiddleton@wctrib.com or phone 320-214-4341.
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