• DMACC recently released the names of students eligible for the spring 2018 semester president’s list. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of 6 credits and earned a 4.0 GPA for that semester. Those recognized from your area include:


Cambridge - Thomas Sorteberg, biotechnology


Elkhart - Carl Smith, graphic design


Huxley - Garrett Garner, liberal arts; Emily Kothmann, associate degree nursing; Maria Munoz, liberal arts; Barbara Van Houten, pre-nursing; Steven Warner, paralegal


Maxwell - Joseph Miller, fluid power technology; Casey Rowe, pre-nursing


Polk City - Jessica Moffitt, liberal arts; Nathan Reising, emergency medical technician


Sheldahl - Kayla Williams, liberal arts


• DMACC recently released the names of students eligible for the spring 2018 semester dean’s list. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA for that semester. Those recognized from your area include:


Cambridge - Robert Fry, electronics engineer; Brittany Hennick, environmental science; Anna Kempenich, electronics engineer; Madison Lanza, liberal arts; Teresa Phillips, liberal arts


Collins - Nancy Walters, ASSET - Ford


Elkhart - Madison Johnson, pre-dental occupation


Huxley - Jacob Ackerman, civil engineering technology; Bethany Brewer, associate general studies; Daniele Kalsem, agribusiness animal science; Chase McLaughlin, agribusiness; Kristen Moore, liberal arts; Tyler Nielsen, financial administration; Iann Nebbe, liberal arts; Max Shelton, criminal Justice


Kelley - Cody Beetler, liberal arts; Courtney Martin, associate degree nursing; Aaron Mohr, applied engineering


Maxwell - Jason Hillgren, fitness & sports management; Abigail Husske, liberal arts; Joseph Kirkpatrick, liberal arts; Richard White, culinary arts


Polk City - Alexandria Dvorak, liberal arts; Kennedy Garman, liberal arts; Stephen Klein, heating, ventilation, air conditioning & refrigeration technology; David Lindell, liberal arts; Brooke Myers, liberal arts; Eric Neff, liberal arts; Rachel Preuninger, early childhood education; Teryn Reilly, liberal arts; Presley Schiltz, pre-nursing; Matthew Selof, liberal arts


Slater - Mckenzie Beyer, liberal arts; Olivia Finn, liberal arts; Ashley Mickelson, pre-veterinary technology; Rylie Price, liberal arts; Sean Shade, environmental science


• The following Tri-County area students graduated after the spring 2018 semester from DMACC:


Cambridge - Cody Reed, auto collision technology; Winter Ringgenberg, liberal arts


Collins - Courtney Sexton, fashion & design; Nancy Walters, ASSET-Ford


Huxley - Paris Doty, Business administration; Chase McLaughlin, agribusiness and agribusiness-animal science


Maxwell - Aubrey Kahler, early childhood education


Sheldahl - Nicholas Obernolte, water environmental technology and water/wastewater treatment


Slater - Jacob Dereus, liberal arts; Kaylee Klunder, liberal arts; Kaylecia Rhoden, business administration; Nicole Watters, liberal arts


• DMACC recently released the names of the Career Advantage High School students eligible for the spring semester president’s list. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of 6 credits and earned a 4.0 GPA for that semester. Those recognized from your area include:


Alleman - Rebecca Ley, Elisa Parker, Paige Sandberg


Cambridge - Autumn Boettger, Benjamin Lee


Elkhart - Maria Gorham, Gabe Hintzsche, Lillianna Stall, Luke Turczynski


Huxley - Magnus Anderson, Teresa Hannasch, Callie Haupert, Alexandria Kersey, Erik Ledet, Mira Luke, Taylor Nosekabel, Benjamin Przybyszewski, Mikayla Rietgraf, Cassandra Smith, Benjamin Von Arb


Maxwell - Hannah Caple


Polk City - Alec Bolletta, McKenzie Friedman, Tyler Gehling, Jalen Heintz, Zoe Houseman, Madison Jacobs, Chloe Laizure, Jacob Noel, Jackson Norgaard, Caleb Stevens, Kennedy Wendel, Morgan Wessels, Michael White


Sheldahl - Grace Long


Slater - Bailey Drent


• DMACC recently released the names of the Career Advantage High School students eligible for the spring semester dean’s list. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of six credits and earned a 3.5 to 3.99 GPA for that semester. Those recognized from your area include:


Cambridge - Amelia Lesher, Sydney Pierson, Maxwell VanMaanen


Collins - Saylor Wattonville


Elkhart - Sydney Albaugh, Olivia Jones


Huxley - Zane Charter, Karlee Emerson, Codey Erickson, Samuel Foster, Brianna Gibson, Brooke Haessig, Elijah Johnson, Morgan Kluender, Kathryn Rietz, Cora Soash, Kristin Vogel


Kelley - Melissa DeMuynck, Ashlynn Denger, Marlee Newell


Maxwell - Phelan Birchmier


Polk City - Lucas Bell-Steckel, Katelyn Berglund, Danielle Bonewitz, James Byrd, Taitlyn Canova, Cassandra Cox, Grace DeValois, Alexis Erickson, Ana Grandgeorge, Emily Herrick, Paige Jacobsen, Jonathan Kelly, Gabrielle Miller, Zachary Petersen, Grant Saul, Anastasia Stillmunkes, Gabriel Vicker, Jonah Vicker, Samuel Whelan, Micaela Wrage


Slater - Abigail Catus, Madelynn Connell, Charity Ransom


• Wartburg College awarded diplomas to the following area students during spring commencement on Sunday, May 27: Abbie Haupert, daughter of Henry and Kristine Haupert of Huxley, BA in elementary education; Megan Murphy, daughter of Michael P. and Bonnie J. Murphy of Alleman, BA in business administration and Miranda Murphy, also the daughter of Michael P. and Bonnie J. Murphy of Alleman, BA in business administration, graduated cum laude.