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Staff Writer
Tri-County Times

• DMACC recently released the names of students eligible for the summer semester president’s list. To be eligible, a student must have completed a minimum of 6 credits and earned a 4.0 grade point average for that semester.

Those recognized from your area include:

Collins: Rachel Bale, liberal arts

Elkhart: Johanna Helfinstine, nurse aide

Huxley: Elizabeth Devig, liberal arts; Sophia Kersey, liberal arts; Katherine Simmons, pre-nursing; Karina Vega, liberal arts

Maxwell: Abigail Kahler, realtime court reporting

Polk City: Lucas Bell-Steckel, liberal arts; Hailey Deitch, liberal arts; Alexandria Dvorak, liberal arts; Katherine Hirsch, liberal arts; Luke Jacobs, liberal arts

Sheldahl: Alyssa Sunken, liberal arts

Slater: Noah Beirman, ASEP-General Motors; Erica Thompson, accounting specialist

• DMACC recently released the names of students eligible for the summer 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 grade point average for that semester

Those recognized from your area include:

Alleman: Naomie Lemeuble, respiratory therapy; Allison McClain, liberal arts

Cambridge: Broc Bohning, ASEP - General Motors

Collins: Ashton Petersen, liberal arts

Elkhart: Kane Olesen, liberal arts

Huxley: Ryan Roberts, horticulture; Samuel Foster, liberal arts

Maxwell: Tina Flanders-Biery, liberal arts; Rease Morris, Caterpillar technology

Polk City: Taylor Daniel, emergency medical technician; Douglas Gordon, criminal justice: homeland security; Holly Motsch, horticulture

Slater: Opheliah Gimer, early childhood education

• The following area students graduated from the summer semester from DMACC: Travis Chambers, business administration, Huxley; Elizabeth Devig, liberal arts, Huxley; Alexandria Dvorak, liberal arts, Polk City and Brittney Harryman, liberal arts, Slater

Katherine Ross Hodge of Slater received two College of Agriculture, Food and Environmental Sciences bachelor’s degrees from South Dakota State University.

Jonathan Konfrst, Slater, has been awarded the Elmer J. Steuck Memorial Scholarship by the Northwest Iowa Community College Foundation. This is a $1,000 scholarship. Konfrst is currently a Heavy Equipment student.