Student news: Locals college graduates, honorees announced

The following area students were recognized for their efforts in education.

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WADENA — The following students were recognized for their accolades in college education.

UND spring Dean's list, President's list and graduates include the following locals:

Teagan Roberts, Bluffton, Dean's list, President's list
Jasmyn Wood, Wadena, Dean's list, President's list
Mikayla Leach, Deer Creek, President's list
Gracie Grabe, Henning, President's list
Abigail Kirlin, Menahga, President's list
Craig Orlando, Verndale, President's list
Alyssa Thompson, Sociology and Psychology, Staples
Emily Veronen, Verndale, Summa Cum Laude - math, secondary education

University of Minnesota Twin Cities Dean's List

New York Mills
Madalyn G Erp, Junior, College of Liberal Arts
Jolee A Lillquist, Sophomore, College of Liberal Arts

  • Emmet S Anderson, Junior, College of Liberal Arts
  • Molly Lindgren, Senior, College of Food, Agr & Nat Res Sci

Courtny E Warren, Junior, College of Design

UW-Eau Claire

Local students among graduates at UW-Eau Claire
Anna Willgohs, Business, Bachelor of Business Administration, health care administration

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