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Page 8 THEWALSH COUNTY PRESS WEDNESDAY, JULY I, 20 5 EDINBURG, N.D.- Kristy Estad, daughter of Marge and Loren Estad was chosen as 2014-2015 Valley- Edinburg High School stu- dent of the year. This honor is given to one of sixteen students that have been chosen tbxoughout the 3/ear as student of the quarter. Students are se- lected on the time and effort put into academics, qualities of citizenship and positive contribution to school at- mosphere. Kristy was presented with this award by Palley-Edin- burg High School Princi- pal, Michael Kaiser on May 2 I, 2015 at Award's Night. Photo: Submitted VALLEY-EDINBURG MIDDLE SCHOL uarter q A Honor Roll Tyler Jackson Andrew Hurt 8th Grade Nathan Zachary Larson Isabella Backer Gilleshammer Jessie O'Hara Shelby Byron Grace Kertz James O'Toole Magaly Cortez Maria Myrdal Isaac Oberg Lindsey Iverson Kaylee Pastorek 7th Grade Alyssa Kemp Emilee Reilly Brendan Durand Megan Oberg ttatmah Rose Luke Estad Bailey Phelps Hunter Sobolik Evalizet Garza Carley Reilly Halley Hurtt 7th Grade B Honor Roll Jaiden Kringstad Grace Ashpole 8th Grade McKenzie Sapa Dylan Feltman Dylan DuBois Conner Slama NORTlt DAKOTA STATE UNIVERSITY HUSSON UNIVERSII"Y Johnson named BANGOR, Maine--- Park Riv- er resident, Alyssa Johnson, has been named to Husson University's President's List for the Spring 2015 selTlester. Students who make the Presi- dent's List must carry at least 12 graded credit hours during the se- mester and earn a grade point av- erage of between 3.80 to 4.0 during the period. To learn more about Husson University visit http://www.hus- son.edu For more than 100 years, Husson University has prepared future lead- ers to handle the challenges of to- morrow through innovative under- graduate and graduate degrees. W(rehereto help, Co,tact 1'he Fress: 101,254,6 to President's List With a commiUnent to delivering af- fordable classroom, online and ex- periential learning opportunities, Husson University has come to represent superior value in higher education. Our Bangor catnpus and offcampus satellite education cen- ters in Southern Maine, Wells and Northern Maine provide advanced knoEl edge in business; health and education; pharmacy studies; sci- ence and humanities; as well as communication. In addition, Hus- son University has a robust adult learning program. For more infor- mation about educational opportu- nities that can lead to personal and professional success, visit Hus- son.edu. CAVALIER, N.D. -- Fifteen Walsh County 4-I-t youth partici- pated in the District 4-H Commu- nication Arts contest held in Cav- alier on June 9. These youth competed against 4- H'ers from Grand Forks and Pem- bina counties. Representing Walsh County at the district event were Eva Sobak, Sophie Laaveg, Greta Burrell, Seth Nelson, Becky Klose, Beatrice Kjelland, Mm'it Ellingson, Andrew Myrdal, Rachel Klose, Grace Bur- rell, Hannah Myrdal, Killian Bur- rell, Lilly Bina, Justin Klose, Gwyneth Bun'ell. Receiving first place honors in the Teen Divisions was Eva Sobak (Interpretive Reading - Serious and Interpretive Reading - Hu- morous). Receiving first place hon- ors in the Pre-Teen Divisions were Grace and Killian Burrell (Inter- pretative Reading-Humorous). Honorable Mention honors in Pre-Teen categories went to Killian Burrell (Interpretative Reading - Se- rious); and Lilly Bina (Interpreta- tive Reading--Humorous). The first place teen winners are awarded a free trip to Extension Youth Conference, June 15-18th at NDSU (teen division only). All first place winners, both pre-teen and teen divisions, are eligible to par- ticipate in the State 4-H Commu- nication Arts Contest at the Minot State Fair in July. Serving as judges for the event were Fern Magenau, Hamilton; Jackie Rusten, Cavalier; and Sarah Photo: Submitted Picture: Walsh County District Communication Arts parddpants- Front: Greta Burrell, Andrew Myrdal, Hannah Myrdal. Second Row: IQlian Burrell, Grace Burrell, Marit Ellingson, Sophie Laaveg, Gwyneth Burrell, Justin Klose. Back Row: Seth Nelson, Beatrice Kjelland, Eva Sobak, Ully Bin& Becky Klose, Rachel Klose. McNaughton, Grand Forks. must learn to gather and organize The North Dakota 4-H Cam- The 4-H Communication Arts information, equipment and props munication Arts events are span- event is designed to help partici- for public presentation. All partic- sored by the North Dakota 4-H pants develop comnltmication skills ipants gain confidence in public Foundation. throughout a lifetime. Participants spealdng and are evaluated on The 4-I.t program is a youth ed- actively practice their communi- their pertbrmances to help en- ucation component of the NDSU cation skills before a group and hance their skills. Extension Service. Area North Dakota students receive degrees from NDSU FARGO, N.D. --North Dakota Ardoch, North Dakota Apparel, Retail M etch. and Design students included on the attached list Ross Lee Buick, BS, Agricultur- Aaron Vaughn Kliniske, MED- were among the 1,719 students to al Economics UCAT, Educational Leadership graduate from North Dakota State Grafton, North Dakota Tyler John Lindell, BS, Human University in spring 2015. Wyatt Andrew Feltman, BS, Dev. and Family Science Area students are listed by home- Agricultural Economics Jestin James Lunday, BS, ttos- town. The list includes their major Katelyn Estelle Gordek BS, Faro- pitality and Tourism Mglnt. and degree received. An asterisk in- ily and Constuner Sci. Educ. Jared W. Meyer BS, Agricultur- dicates students who graduated with Megan Ruth Hills, MS, Nursing al Economics honors. Brittany Addison Kingsbury, BS, Paul Allen Novak BS, Agricul- tural Economics lnkster, North Dakota *Kacie Ann Becker, BSN, Nurs- ing Park River, North Dakota Megan D. Myrdal, MS, Health, Nutrition and Exercise Sci. St. Thomas, North Dakota, Jen- nifer L. Olson, MEDUCAT, Edu- cational Leadership Johnson honors on dean's list at Concordia College MOORHEAD, Minn. -- Dr. ment dm-ing the second semester of To qualify for this designation, Area recipients include: Mat-it Eric Eliason, dean of the college mad the 2014-15 academic year placed students must carry a minimum of 12 Johnson, daughter of Jeffrey and vice president of Academic Affairs, them on the Dean's Honor List at semester credits and have a grade Marsha Johnson and graduate of has announced the names of students Concordia College, Moorhead, point average of at least a 3.7 on a 4.0 Park River High School. She is ajun- whose superior academic achieve- Minn. scale. Jar at Concordia College. 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