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Stories from Tuesday, February 17, 2009

Power restored to almost all of Southeast Missouri (02/17/09)
POPLAR BLUFF, Mo. — The lights came back on for approximately 565 Ozark Border Electric Cooperative customers during the past four days. "We only have 34 left in the Malden area and we should have them back on today," said Stanley Estes, the cooperative's general manager...
Judge's ruling in Kezer case has harsh criticism for Hulshof (02/17/09)
COLUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- A Southeast Missouri man convicted 15 years ago in a college student's murder may soon be set free under a judge's ruling that sharply criticizes former Rep. Kenny Hulsof, who prosecuted the case, for withholding evidence from defense attorneys...
Golf course bids overshoot estimates by $300,000 (02/17/09)
The lowest bid for overhauling the Jaycees Municipal Golf Course came in $264,000 above the $1.5 million cost estimate, forcing Cape Girardeau city officials to recommend that the City Council try again. At its regular meeting tonight, the council will hear a recommendation that it reject all eight bids received for the golf course, the first major project ready for contractors that would be funded by a half-cent sales tax approved by voters in April. ...
This afternoon on seMissourian.com (02/17/09)
After 15 years in prison for murder, Joshua C. Kezer today learned that he might soon be a free man.Cole County Circuit Judge Richard Callahan issued an opinion today overturning Kezer's 1994 conviction for the murder of Angela Mischelle Lawless. ...
Scott County votes "yes" on sales tax: precinct vote totals (02/17/09)
Yes 1,727 No 592 Yes 71 No 39 Yes 40 No 21...
Robbers steal food from Cape Girardeau delivery man (02/17/09)
Cape Girardeau police are investigating a bizarre robbery that occurred Monday night shortly before 8 p.m. in the 1100 block of South Ellis Street and involved a theft of Chinese food. The victim, a delivery man for China Star restaurant, was dropping off an order at an address on South Ellis Street when he was attacked by the four men that answered the door at the residence, said Sgt. Jason Selzer, spokesman for the Cape Girardeau Police Department...
Judge who exonerated Kezer said justice system 'failed' on many levels (02/17/09)
Missouri's criminal justice system not only made a mistake in convicting Joshua C. Kezer in 1994 of a Scott County homicide, it suffered a breakdown at every possible level, a Cole County judge ruled Tuesday. Cole County Circuit Judge Richard Callahan issued a ruling in Kezer's case Tuesday morning, freeing him from the second-degree murder and armed criminal action conviction that has kept him in prison for more than 14 years and ordering his release from Jefferson City Correctional Center within 10 days, unless the state decides to retry him.. ...
Definite 'yes' for Scott Co. retail sales tax (02/17/09)
Scott County voters approved a half-cent retail sales tax by nearly a 3-to-1 margin Tuesday, with 1,727 voting for the measure and 592 opposed. Jamie Burger, Scott County presiding commissioner, said he was happy the measure won every voting precinct in the county...
MoDOT announces Southeast Missouri road projects funded by stimulus (02/17/09)
Missouri kicked off spending its share of the $789 economic stimulus program Tuesday with the awarding of four highway projects including one on Interstate 55 in Southeast Missouri. Almost before the ink was dry on President Obama's signature, the Missouri Department of Transportation was holding news conferences announcing the projects. ...
Definite 'yes' for Scott Co. sales tax (02/17/09)
Scott County voters approved a half-cent retail sales tax by nearly a 3-to-1 margin Tuesday, with 1,727 voting for the measure and 592 opposed. Scott County Presiding Commissioner Jamie Burger said he was happy the measure won every voting precinct in the county...
Over 700 file for assistance in Dunklin County (02/17/09)
KENNETT, Mo. -- More than 750 applications for assistance were filed from Dunklin County last week at the Salvation Army's Multi-Agency Resource Center (MARC). This information was provided during the final Unified Command Center meeting on Tuesday morning...
Major disaster declaration issued for 20 Missouri counties (02/17/09)
A state request for a major disaster declaration was granted today, according to a news release from Gov. Jay Nixon's office.An emergency disaster declaration issued Jan. 30 provided federal assistance to the state government for costs associated with the ice storm that began on Jan. ...
Only five absentee ballots returned in Scott County; balloting to be held today (02/17/09)
Scott County voters have one question to answer on today's ballot: "Shall the County of Scott reduce its total property tax levy annually by 100 percent of the total amount of sales tax revenue collected in the same tax year and in conjunction therewith, impose a countywide one-half cent sales tax, provided that such sales tax shall expire on December 31, 2016?"...
Hunter education certification course set for weekend (02/17/09)
Open to ages 11 and up, this 10-hour certification course, held from 5:30 to 9 p.m. Friday, Feb. 20 and from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. Saturday at the Nature Center is required for anyone born Jan. 1, 1967 or after, wishing to hunt with a firearm in Missouri. Youths age 12 and younger must be accompanied by an adult. Students age 15 and younger must bring proof of age. Call 290-5730 for required preregistration. Certification requires passing a test and attendance both days...
Two separate legal briefs filed in Cape County Sunshine suit appeal (02/17/09)
Two separate legal briefs on the Cape Girardeau County Commission Sunshine Law suit are being filed today with the Missouri Eastern District Court of Appeals. Both address the Oct. 24 ruling by Judge Stephen Mitchell, who said that during an April 17 closed meeting, the county commission did not knowingly violate Missouri's Open Meetings and Records Act, nicknamed the Sunshine Law. ...
Some 'mail-order brides' in Cape Girardeau County have suffered abuse, abandonment (02/17/09)
Last week, a 27-year-old woman from Morocco was transported to the Safe House for Women by Cape Girardeau police after her husband left her stranded without money or means of support, according to Safe House staff and police. The woman's plight marks the third foreign female to come to the organization after meeting her husband on the Internet only to face abandonment when she came to the United States, or, in one case, severe abuse, said Theresa Lumos, a counselor at Safe House...
SEMO Pachyderm Club meets Thursday (02/17/09)
The SEMO Pachyderm Club will have a meal at 6:15 p.m., followed by a 7 p.m. meeting Thursday at Dexter Bar-B-Que in Cape Girardeau. The program, with Dr. Bruce Domazlicky, Tim Arbeiter, Brian Gerau and Mitch Robinson is "Economic Round Table." For more informatio,n call 243-4199...
Mo. bridge project touted as first under stimulus (02/17/09)
TUSCUMBIA, Mo. (AP) -- Construction crews begin work on a replacing a rural Missouri bridge just minutes after President Barack Obama signs a $787 billion stimulus package. The Missouri bridge project was expected to be the first in the nation to get started under the stimulus plan...
Bill would require prescriptions for Sudafed to deter meth cooks (02/17/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- A doctor's visit and a prescription would be needed for many cold medicines under a Missouri bill targeting methamphetamine production. Supporters say requiring a prescription for medicine containing the decongestant pseudephedrine would stymie meth producers who go to multiple pharmacies, buying the maximum amount of the drug allowed by law. They argue that visiting multiple doctors and securing multiple prescriptions would scare away many of the producers...
1 Mo. soldier dead, 1 seriously ill with meningitis (02/17/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Meningitis cases at Fort Leonard Wood have left one soldier dead and another "very seriously ill," according to officials at the southern Missouri Army base. Fort Leonard Wood officials announced the meningitis cases in a news release Sunday. Few details were released, including names of either victim. Calls on Monday to a media spokesman at the base were not returned...
Missouri lawmakers mull tax incentive for old mines (02/17/09)
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. -- Hundreds of abandoned mines are carved into Missouri's deep limestone, and some lawmakers hope a tax break will fill part of that empty space with computers. A tax incentive aimed at companies that put data centers in old mines is included in a large economic development bill moving through the legislature...
Nearly 6,000 still without power in Missouri (02/17/09)
SIKESTON, Mo. -- More than 5,800 customers are still without power in the Missouri Bootheel region, three weeks after a severe ice storm knocked down hundreds of poles and caused damage to lines and transformers. The Association of Missouri Electric Cooperatives says 5,300 customers lack electricity in the Hayti area of Pemiscot County. Another 300 outages remain in the Poplar Bluff area, and 217 around Sikeston...
Government pension agency braces for recession (02/17/09)
WASHINGTON -- The deepening recession spells trouble for a little-known government corporation that insures the pensions of 44 million workers and retirees. The Pension Benefit Guaranty Corp. already has an $11 billion deficit that seems sure to grow larger as Corporate America suffers through the worst economic crisis since the Great Depression...
Airplane parts may reveal more about N.Y. crash (02/17/09)
CLARENCE, N.Y. -- Investigators have found components that might help reveal what the pilot did to try to save Flight 3407 during its final seconds, an investigator said Monday. The airplane smashed into a house in icy weather about six miles from Buffalo Niagara International Airport on Thursday night, killing 49 people on the plane and one on the ground...
Manufacturing in U.S. shifts products (02/17/09)
WASHINGTON -- It may seem like the country that used to make everything is on the brink of making nothing. In January, 207,000 U.S. manufacturing jobs vanished in the largest one-month drop since October 1982. Factory activity is hovering at a 28-year low. Even before the recession, plants were hemorrhaging work to foreign competitors with cheap labor. And some companies were moving production overseas...
Food companies cut offerings to make it through recession (02/17/09)
MILWAUKEE -- If you want to see how the nation's foodmakers are weathering the recession, the proof is in the pudding. Kraft Foods Inc., the nation's largest food maker, will no longer sell Handi-Snacks pudding to retail customers. At the same time, it's pushing new flavors of its more lucrative Jell-O pudding...
Scientists drill deep to learn more about quakes not on faults (02/17/09)
CHICAGO -- Scientists are researching earthquakes deep underground, studying them on land and below the sea in an effort to learn more about their causes. Based on history there will be quakes in Japan, also in Tibet, said Leigh Royden of the Massachusetts Institute of Technology...
Llamas go to owner's funeral (02/17/09)
PERRY, Ohio -- A northeast Ohio farmer who died of cancer has been laid to rest with the help of some of the llamas he raised on his farm. Two of Terry McCrone's llamas made up an honor guard at his funeral Friday at Perry Christian Church. Four others from a statewide drill team joined them, wearing purple ribbons as they lined up outside the church. The llamas escorted a hearse to Perry Cemetery...
Israel seizes land for settlement growth (02/17/09)
EFRAT, West Bank -- Plans to expand a West Bank settlement by up to 2,500 homes drew Palestinian condemnation Monday and presented a test for President Obama, whose Mideast envoy is known for opposing such construction. Israel opened the way for possible expansion of the Efrat settlement by taking control of a nearby West Bank hill of 423 acres. ...
Pakistan inks deal with northwest militants (02/17/09)
PESHAWAR, Pakistan -- Pakistan agreed Monday to suspend military offensives and impose Islamic law in part of the restive northwest, making a gesture it hopes will help calm the Taliban insurgency while rejecting Washington's call for tougher measures against militants...
Police name man accused of starting Australia fire (02/17/09)
CHURCHILL, Australia -- The only person accused of lighting one of Australia's deadly wildfires was a lonely web-surfer who liked dogs, always said "G'day" to neighbors, and was trying to find love online. Brendan Sokaluk, a 39-year-old who reportedly once served as a volunteer firefighter, was named as the suspect police arrested last week as the death toll from the wildfires edged up to 189 Monday...
Delta's Menz notches 1,000th point (02/17/09)
Jodi Menz collected her 1,000th career point Monday night, dropping in 21 points as Delta routed visiting Sikeston 58-22. Menz needed exactly 21 points to reach the milestone. "It was nice for her to get it," Delta coach Mark Verticchio said. "She is a nice player, she has had a really nice career, and it's a nice way to top it off."...
Perennial powerhouse Murray State visits reeling Redhawks (02/17/09)
The tradition-rich Murray State men's basketball team comes to town with a full head of steam. MSU has rebounded from a slow start to win six of its last seven games, moving up to fourth place in the 10-team Ohio Valley Conference. The Racers will try to add to Southeast Missouri State's misery when the squads square off tonight at the Show Me Center...
Southeast baseball team features eight area players (02/17/09)
There is a definite local flavor to the 2009 Southeast Missouri State baseball team. Eight of the Redhawks' 30 players attended area high schools, including four players who received significant action last season. "They're good players, they've earned it," Southeast coach Mark Hogan said of the local contingent. "The last thing we look at is what town they're from...
Redhawks carry big sticks in 2009 (02/17/09)
There appears to be no question about the proficiency of Southeast Missouri State's offense and defense. The Redhawks were second in the Ohio Valley Conference in runs scored per game last season at 7.1, led the league in home runs with 60 and ranked second in fielding percentage by establishing a new school record of .968...
One year later, Lohse finds home, security in St. Louis (02/17/09)
JUPITER, Fla. -- A year ago, Kyle Lohse was a pitcher without a team. Now, he's a key part of the St. Louis Cardinals' rotation and enters the season with the security of a new contract. "I got lucky to come here, get into a good situation and lucky enough to sign that extension at the end of the year," Lohse said Monday as pitchers and catchers worked out at spring training alongside a few early arriving position players. The full squad is due Tuesday...
Pujols will pass on Baseball Classic (02/17/09)
SANTO DOMINGO, Dominican Republic -- St. Louis slugger Albert Pujols says he will not play for the Dominican Republic in the World Baseball Classic because of insurance issues. Pujols, who hit .357 with 37 home runs and 116 RBIs for the Cardinals, says he regrets not being able to represent his native country in this year's WBC. He played for the Dominican team in 2006...
Crombeen, Mason lead Blues (02/17/09)
ST. LOUIS -- B.J. Crombeen scored the go-ahead goal on a rebound with 5:14 to play, lifting the St. Louis Blues to a 2-1 victory over the punchless New York Rangers on Monday night. Lauri Korpikoski had the lone goal for the Rangers, who have lost eight of nine while scoring two or fewer goals in all but one. New York is 0-6-1 in its last seven on the road, this time falling to a franchise whose rebuilding job is led by longtime Rangers broadcaster and former goalie John Davidson...
Ludwick agrees to one-year contract (02/17/09)
ST. LOUIS -- Ryan Ludwick and the St. Louis Cardinals agreed to a $3.7 million, one-year contract and avoided an arbitration hearing that was scheduled for Tuesday. The outfielder had asked for $4.25 million when exchanging proposed arbitration figures last month and the team had offered $2.8 million, making Monday's settlement $175,000 above the midpoint. Ludwick made $421,000 last year, when he had a breakout season with 37 homers, 113 RBIs and a .299 average...
Labels are changing on over-the-counter children's cough and cold medicine to combat misuse (02/17/09)
New federal guidelines for children's cough and cold medicines tell parents not to give the drugs to children younger than 4. Labels may not reflect the difference for months, because drug companies are making the change voluntarily; no medicines are being recalled...
Running to fitness, week 2: Setting a pace (02/17/09)
So, you've found the right shoes, the right clothes and started a running program. While some aching is to be expected, watch out for injuries. Three runners who also specialize in health care -- Clay Pope, a fitness trainer at HealthPoint Fitness in Jackson; Cassie Kipper, a fitness specialist and personal trainer at Fitness Plus; and Jacob Pattengill, a physical therapist and manager of Select Physical Therapy in Cape Girardeau -- have these tips:...
Health calendar 2/17/09 (02/17/09)
Today Wellness Connection Healthy Heart Fair Cholesterol and blood pressure screenings, heart and stroke prevention education, nutrition education, healthy cooking demonstration and light supper. Call 332-1587. When: 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Where: Wellness Connection, West Park Mall...
Timberlake tops GQ's list of '10 Most Stylish Men' (02/17/09)
NEW YORK -- Justin Timberlake wins style props in the March issue of GQ magazine. The magazine picked the entertainer to lead a list of the "10 Most Stylish Men in America." It singled out Timberlake for influence on fashion, his willingness to take risks and "knack for targeting trends" such as hats, three-piece suits, skinny ties and beards...
Martha Jordan (02/17/09)
ANNA, Ill. — Martha J. Jordan, 95, of Anna died Saturday, Feb. 14, 2009, at Union County Hospital. She was born Nov. 7, 1913, in Elco, Ill., daughter of Thomas and Lura Thompson Brim. She married Dariel A. "Brad" Jordan. Jordan was a member of Elco Baptist Church...
Wil Pardue (02/17/09)
Wilbur "Wil" Pardue, 38, of Munford, Tenn., died Monday, Feb. 16, 2009, in Memphis, Tenn. He was born Jan. 15, 1971, in Cape Gir­ardeau, son of Wilbur "Shine" and Janet Pardue. He and Susan Masters were married Jan. 21, 2005...
P.J. Ponder Jr. (02/17/09)
Philip James "P.J." "Pete" Ponder Jr., 92, died Sunday, Feb. 15, 2009, at the Lutheran Home in Cape Girardeau. He was born Aug. 24, 1916, in Dogwood, Mo., son of the late Philip James Ponder Sr. and Ruthie Orlena Boyd Ponder. Ponder was a member of Centenary United Methodist Church and a former member of First United Methodist Church in Sikeston, Mo., and First United Methodist Church in Charleston, Mo., where he served on the church board and was also a MYF leader...
Jerry Lingafelter (02/17/09)
Jerry Wayne Lingafelter, 73, of Jackson, formerly of Grayville, Ill., died Monday, Feb. 16, 2009, at his home, after a long battle with leukemia. He was born March 30, 1935, in Crawford County, Ill., son of Clyde and C. Vera Downy Lingafelter. He and Betty J. Switzer were married Jan. 30, 1960...
Velma Craiglow (02/17/09)
Velma Marie Craiglow, 78, of Jackson passed away Sunday, Feb. 15, 2009, at her home. She was born Oct. 20, 1930, at Neelys Landing, daughter of William and Nellie Meyer McLard. She and William Craiglow were married Nov. 26, 1950. Velma graduated from Jackson High School in 1946 and received a teaching certificate from Southeast Missouri State University in 1948. She taught for a brief time at the former Randles School in Randles...
Larry Sexton (02/17/09)
BENTON, Mo. — Larry Sexton, 48, of Benton passed away Monday, Feb. 16, 2009, at his home, under the care of his wife and Crown Hospice. He was born May 16, 1960, at Chaffee, Mo., son of Melvin "Red" and Hazel Sexton. He and Carla Wilson were married Jan. 29, 2003...
Kelly High School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 9th grade: Karlie Ashcraft, Bridgette Chandler, Lauren Graham, Ian Householder, Stephanie Kerr. 10th grade: Jennifer Abate, Douglas Beggs, Taylor Beggs, Audrey Camren, Phillip Cook, Sawyer Elfrink, Haley Glastetter, Kaitlin Glastetter, Shawn Heuring, Brandi Kern, Taylor McBroom, Raymond McWhirter, Kristen Powell, Dylan Scherer, Harley Scherer, Ashley Seyer, Brooke Seyer, Kevin Tew, Stacey Tucker, Kristen Vetter...
Guardian Angel School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Brenna Hahn, Dillon Holmes, Brandon Hulshof, Noah Pettit, Max Priggel, Maci Rendleman, Carley Schlitt, Megan Tenkhoff, Autumn Westrich. 5th grade: Bailey Dame, Preston Hahn, Garrison Mangels, Tanner McVay, Garret Menz, Brett Ressel, Mitchell Schaefer, Hannah Scherer, Blake Schlitt, Ashley Watkins, Paige Westrich...
Jefferson Elementary School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Emily Bagby, Dallas Buchanan, Sky Miller, Cassie Musgrave, Markavion Smith, Kaylee Stinnett-Robinson, Kirstin Weinzetl B Honor Roll 4th grade: Stajia Anderson, Tyler Banks, Breonna Braswell, Baylee Doughton, Rebeka Garner, Keira Grigsby, Madison Hankins, Abby Hoxworth, David Jones, Heaven Myers, Justice Oats, Collin Smith, Kiana Winters...
Trinity Lutheran School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 5th grade: Alaina Childers, Tess Daniel, Jenna Hale, Sarah Stevens, Raegan Wieser 6th grade: Abby Breite, Lauren Buerck, Grace Hanebrink, Luke LeGrand. Alex Melton, Clara Vivrett, Joshua Vogel 7th grade: Julie Aufdenberg, Danielle Childers, Maci Daniel, Jacquelyn Kiefner, Chandler Short...
St. Paul Lutheran School (02/17/09)
Scholastic Honor Roll 5th grade: Emelia Baer, Jack Bagley, Jordan Hecht, Chloe Kasten, Joshua Koenig, Elizabeth Kiefner, Grace Mirly, Brianna Mueller, Grant Strange 6th grade: Mollie Cunningham 7th grade: Alexis Engelhart, Amanda Krewson, Samuel Lowes...
Jackson Junior High School (02/17/09)
First Semester A Honor Roll 8th grade: Montana Adams, Victoria Baker, Katelyn Beasley, Joshua Bell, Tyler Beller, Madison Beussink, Kameron Bonner, Adam Brown, Paige Brown, Kodi Byrd, Hailey Callis, Carlie Cattron, John Chezem, Kylie Christensen, Kearsten Collins, Kristen Cook, Mollie Crader, Kaitlyn Crites, Giggi DeCoursey, Caleb Deloach, Wren Dirnberger, Stephen Dunn, William Duperier, Steven Eddy, Bailey Friese, Lacey Gendron, Ethan Gibbons, Nicole Glastetter, Trevor Goodson, Kylee Grimwood, Cody Harris, Christopher Hartle, Mackenzie Hill, Mackenzie Hobeck, Cory Hogan, Jacob Holmes, Casey Holzum, Elizabeth Hosler, Kaleb Huggins, Jordan Jeffers, Lauren Johnson, Evan Johnston, Cambree Kirchner, Caleb Koehler, Katelyn Kuppart, Jodi Lasher, Ashley Laurentius, Paxton Lemmons, Bailey Leonard, Laura Liley, Jocob Little, Cody Macke, Lauren Mann, Conrad Masterson, Allison Mauk, Kaitlyn McHughs, Rachel Michelson, Ashley Miles, Tyler Morris, Allen Moss, Levi Murphy, Joshua Nispel, Ryan O'Rear, Andrew Overmann, Jessica Peters, Cheryl Petzoldt, Timothy Phillips, Molly Qualls, Kyle Randolph, Alex Rhodes, Corey Robertson, Lacie Robinson, Kacie Sandlin, Madison Scheper, Shea Scholl, Gary Schweer, Brittney Sides, Cayman Smith, Jacob Smith, Alexandra Sotak, Fiona Thompson, Kayla Thompson, Sara Thompson, Justin Thurman, Kyleigh Troxel, Eva Trunzo, Chandler Wendel, Molly Whitener, Luke Williams, Jeremiah Winton, Brannon Wright, Rosemary Wright, John Yount.. ...
Central Middle School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 6th grade: Rachel Bagby, Mackenzie Cannon, Jacqueline Crawford, Raleigh Davis, Amanda Evans, Dylan Farrow, Laine Friedrich, Dymond Gardner, Alexander Gentle, Betsy Gonzalez, Elizabeth Green, Maggie Groshong, Matthew Gutwein, Ryan Helwege, Emily Holman, Melissa Hopkins, Gabrielle Hulcy, Moriah Johnston, Maya Kelch, George Kester, Heaven Ketcherside, Luke Kinder, Sarah Kitchen, Alyssa Klos, Caroline Kurtz, Katie Laramore, Lexie Mcclanahan, Madeleine Mcdonald, Madison Moore, Morgan Murphy, Terry Tyrone Pearson, Madeline Poole, Christian Retter, Drake Scott, Erica Scott, Noah Smentkowski, Sierra Smith, Hannah Sterling, Abigail Sundstrom, Savannah Swaringam, Brittany Thiele, Bridget Trepasso, Tessa Valleroy, Amanda Webb, Haley White. ...
Meadow Heights Elementary (02/17/09)
3rd grade: Kayla Clark, Abbi Davis, Haylee House, Khloe Hyche, Scott Pohlman, Logan Seabaugh, Tierney Toombs, Eve Brewer, Sarah Bristow, Hope Dietiker, Gideon Hernandez, Tate Kiefer, Ameryn Rector, Mollie Welker, Jacyee Whitener, Katelyn Wyss 4th grade: Lorryn Allen, Cade Beck, Abigail Bristow, Chevy Brogan, Mason Davis, Wyatt Kent, Brandee Lincoln, Lauren Manning, Brittney Marshall, Samantha Miles, Paige Mills, Jacque Starkey, Devin Wilfong, Becca Allen, Spener Bragg, Austin Gruenke, Kassy Henson, Paul Lochirco II, Tristen Long, Jake Mayfield, Yasmine Simmons, Rhiannon Thomson, Alexander Wagner, Wyatt Webb, Julia Yamnitz, Kaylee Zahner. ...
Scott City Middle School (02/17/09)
High Honor Roll 5th Grade: Isabella Bowers, Matthew Cundiff, Paige McNeely, Lauren Pritchard, Hannah Shemonia. 6th Grade: Lauren Bollinger, Levi Buckner, Devon Gramlisch, Elizabeth Hensley, Carly Howell, Victor Scouten, Cheyanne Shipman, Austin Spriggs, Desarae Walker...
Cape Central High School (02/17/09)
1st Semester A Honor Roll 12 grade: Rachel Berry, Sharonica Bingham, Molly Broughton, Caitlin Cannon, Kaitlin Cavey, Sylvia Christy, Annabelle Criddle, Sara Diemer, Alicia Dunn, Sharmaine Edwards, Kelly Ennis, Nicole Gaither, Emily Gerlach, Catharine Goeke, Samantha Gross, Jessie Hahn, Tess Heisserer, Jamie Hillier, Abigail Kiefner, Paige Kinder, Leslie Knott, Kristiana Lazarova, Heather Leible, Matthew Leimer, Garion Lovig, Victoria Lowes, Jerica Moore, Brittany Moreland, Brooke Morris, Angela Morton, Amanda Nichols, Bethany Olson, Colleen Otte, Tyler Payne, Carley Pierce, Elizabeth Propst, Sabra Roop, Veronica Schabbing, Jordan Sheets, Jared Siemers, Jonathan Siemers, Blake Smith, Kassie Stovall, Sarah Uptmor, Haneen Wadi, Rita Walter, Stephanie White, Alison Yuen, Zhongchi Zhang. ...
Alma Schrader School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Ethan Arnn, Bashir Brimah, Amy Dai, Skylar Deimund, Caitlyn Dumey, Sophia Gentle, Andrea Guebert, Brady Hendershott, Tara Hester, Nia Johnson, Spencer Kidd, Bennett Kidd, Josh Markhart, Hannah McGill, Alex Miller, Alyssa Ogle, Elizabeth Orr, Noah Ray, Jackie Roth, Gavin Sample, Sabrina Sander, Levi Strickland, Ben Strong, Drew Thatcher, Rachel Thornsberry, Mckenzie Umfleet, Elizabeth Ustinov, Ellen Wang, Kunita Williams...
Woodland Elementary (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 2nd grade: Wyatt Allen, Alexis Allhands, Zebin Andrews, Brianna Arnzen, Taylor Bolin, Dalton Boyer, Jacob Byland, Heather Clowes, Garrett Crites, Connor Goodwin, Quinn Hammers, Gracie Huffman, Zayne Hulvey, Mariah Jordan, Jaden Kight, Aidan King, Paige Kozicky, Shaina Lape, Lainey Long, Jared Merrell, Johna Pruitt, Hailey Rhodes, Noah Rhodes, James Ricketts, Kaitlin Ritter, Wyatt Rouggly, Karson Skinner, Karsten Sowers, Braydon Sparks, Katelyn Wall, Scarlett Young, Britni Zajicek...
Jackson Senior High School (02/17/09)
1st Semester Honor Roll Scholastic Honor Roll 12th grade: Casi Aslin, Alexis Bogenpohl, Alyssa Bollinger, Gabe Eggers, Erinne Haff, Caleb Harris, William Jones, Alison Keiper, Patrick Schlotter, Rebecca Schmitt, Adrienne Schwieger, Richa Sutaria, Ryan Welker, Drew Young...
Zalma Junior and Senior High (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 7th grade: Milayla Marler, Dillan Vandeven 8th grade: Austin Sitze 9th grade: Tyler Blankenship, Kelsey Whitehead 10th grade: Angela Dickinson, Michael Holman, Stefanie Slemmer, Justin Stotts 12th grade: Kaitlyn Domville, Karen Holman, Matthew Porter, Jerica Rogers, Nicholas Smith, Corie Walker...
St. Vincent De Paul Parish School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Peyton Pfeiffer, Lindsay Peters, Julia Kohlfeld, Jack Essner, Garrett Siebert, Lindsay Parker, Hunter Miller, Faith Essner, Christopher Huckstep, Sylvia Kolda, Kathleen Harold, Annie Martin, Luke Nolan, Nick Powers, Claudia Price, Jacie Pujol, Austin Van de Ven, Ellie Worley, Maddie McClintock, Destiny Bruenderman, Sam Mocherman, Jordan Huff...
Notre Dame Regional High School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 9th grade: Tyler Arpin, Savanna Ayers, Mark Blanton, Neelye Blue, Katherine Bohn, Brooke Bohnert, Cory Bunger, Mason Burdin, Summer Burger, Abby Crites, Alec Domjan, Madeline Dufek, Katherine Edwards, Kali Essner, Cody Heisserer, Cynthia Hoffman, James Holloway, Madison Huckstep, Matthew Jedlinski, Kelly Kapp, Elizabeth Kiblinger, Ryan Ladd, Jonathan Lynch, Adam McCoy, Sarah McCrate, Sarah Mittrucker, Morgan Morris, Myeongin Oh, Jessica Pfau, Erin Phelps, Isaac Protzel, Adam Raines, Hali Rendleman, Seth Robert, Olivia Roth, Brianne Sanders, Eva Schafer, Philip Schuchardt, Keira Soutar, Mackenzie Strieker, Kenneth Tiffany, Emily Triller, Hunter Urhahn, Brady Vetter.. ...
Immaculate Conception School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Taylor Allen, Shannon Beussink, William Gibbs, Gus Guilliams, Katie Hanners, Kyle Kester, Thomas Landewee, Emme Outman, Lauryn Scheffel, Lizzie Spooler, Easton Wyatt 5th grade: Clinton Gaskill, Elizabeth Gibbs, Madison Heisserer, Mitchell Heisserer, Joslyn Mansfield, Tyler Nenninger, Renee Peters, Tyler Schumacker, Emma Sievers, Megan Sprengel, Anna Triller...
St. Joseph Parish School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll Fourth grade: Winston Welter Fifth grade: Marisa Hall, Olivia Jordan, Sixth grade: Joseph Beggs, Morgan Campbell, Lyndsie Robert, Rhett Simmons Seventh grade: Macy Hall, Shelby Rhymer Eighth grade: Loney Pender B Honor Roll Fourth grade: Allison Beggs, Ryne Enderle, Dayton Reed, Taylor Schaefer...
Kelly Elementary School (02/17/09)
3rd grade: Dustin Adams, Meagan Allred, Hunter Bryant, Shelby Fisher, Evan Gilliam, Connor Gleason, Rebecca Heppe, Dustin Majka, Madison Poat, Dakota Smith, Cassie Still, Lauren Wadlington, Hunter Wessling, Leksey Adams, Bradley Campbell, Amber Dukes, Madison Hayden, Logan Hodgkiss, Cora Hupp, Wyatt LeDure, Alex Presson, Landon Sides, Noah Tackett, Mallory Urhahn, Cameron Vetter, Teva Yancy, Cory Bailey, Brent Burke, Tayla Campbell, Brent Carlyle, Hannah Cochran, Kinley Green, Elizabeth Hall, Hannah Kelsey, Jessica Kempe, Lacey Smith, Taylor Crank, Katelyn Draves, Gracen Florek, Kelsey Hart, Garrett Heady, Chase Morrow, Kaylie Smith, Dalton Stanley, Cole Vinson, Alyssa Woodrome. ...
St. Mary Cathedral School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Lily Dohogne, Alleigh Emmendorfer, Elizabeth Keene, Calli Nanney, Michael Rosenquist, Tariq Said, Courtney Schlosser, Savanah Seyer, Nick Wiesner. 5th grade: Tyler Essner, Carson Ketcher, Claire Landewee, Emily Timpe, Alecia Totton, Kaleb Ward...
Franklin Elementary School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Kimberly Jones, Colletta Pair, Allison Vaughn, Grace Nall. B Honor Roll 4th grade: Corby Murphy, Blake Harris, Kaitlyn Dodd, Andrew Lawson, John Pettet, Brett Kinder, Alyssa Lance, Madison Sides, Chaliya Bell.
Chaffee Elementary School (02/17/09)
3rd Grade: Hallie Bolllinger, Tucker Chaney, Mattison Cline, Gabe Henson, Kelly Lautner, Alyssa Lunsford, Jace Russom, Brroklyn Sadler, Seth Seyer, Brandon Wallace, Tyler Whistler. 4th Grade: Isaac Bedwell, Brooklyn Burton, Jaylynn Cabaniss, Kerri Cannon, Dawson Copeland, Ricky Dennis, Rya Holderfield, Sydney Kelso, Justin Lovelady, Aaron Medley, Kody Olsen, Cody Pepple, Anna Sadler, James Wallace, Kiley Wicker, Brandon Wiley...
St. Denis School (02/17/09)
1st grade: Krista Dirnberger, Ricky Fladung, Britt Gage, Addie Gage, Mallory Glastetter, Haleigh Halter, Devin Heuring, Gavin Holland, Haley Johnson, Macy Landeros, Andrea Richman. 2nd grade: Landon Cureton, Sydney Dittlinger, Andrew Halter, Nate Hulshof, Ragan Schlosser, Allison Seiler, Grace Urhahn...
Clippard Elementary School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Jacob Camp, Katherine Carns, Natalie Davis, Madison Dush, Madalyn Gutierrez, Emily Hiatt, Logan Hunt, Katie Kinder, Trenton Leimer, Marisol Morales, Michael Morrison, Takymbra Williams, Luke Wilson B Honor Roll 4th grade: Dayna Arthur, Emily Ayers, Harrison Ayers, Javon Benson, Korie Brewer, Jacquen Cummins, Emily Deason, Madilyn Dunn, Zac Glenn, Yasdani Gonzalez, Sequoia Holloway, Dylan Kyle, Keliah Miles, Erika Murphy, Cassandra Nelson, Logan Nunnally, Makenzie Reeves, Bennett Robinson, Ashtin Smith, Daryl Stagger, Alicia Stull, Steven Sundstrom, Maverick Turner.. ...
Egyptian School (02/17/09)
High Honor Roll 3rd grade: Amanda Bennett, Lonis Eaglebear-Tybo, Lesley Grace, Breeann Johnson, Kelsey McCrite, Tristan Parker, Madelynn 4th grade: Wyatt Caldwell, Daneesha Cathell, Kacia Houston, Tyra Huff, Greer Thomas, Russell Wolford 5th grade: Kaylie George, Olivia Khourie, Blake Mix, Kimalee Story, Kimber White...
Eagle Ridge Christian School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll Kindergarten: Riley Bollinger, Jasmine Brown, Tristen Cramer, Paige Dewrock, Zakary Mayfield, William Pfaff, Destin Roth, Logan Schwieger, Alex Thomas, Coleson Titus. 1st grade: Matthew Blunt, Haley Brazel, Austin Estes, Abbey Heisserer, Micah Herron, Bradley Hess, Al'Lexia Kluttz, Hudson McVay...
Oak Ridge Junior & Senior High School (02/17/09)
6th Grade: Brooke Grable, Cody Kinder, Leah Puchbauer, Marissa Schamburg, Jacob Seabaugh, Chelsea Seyer, Kaleb Siemer, Zachariah Watkins, Kaylen Woods 7th Grade: Brittany Amschler, Andrea Blackwell, Taylor Bock, McKenzie Elam, Jacob Hengl, Cameron Moore, Janelle Myers, Rachel Seyer, Morgan Smith...
St. Augustine School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Sierra Delrosa 5th grade: Alex Bradshaw, Madeline Essner, Stephanie Jansen, Shiloh Kirn, Christina Scherer, Jordan Seyer, Clayton Stull, Anne Ziegler 6th grade: Logan Heisserer, Caleb Jansen, Christian Job, Evan Keesee, Nathan Klipfel, Ryan Landewee, Jacob LeGrand, Dylan Menz, Alyssa Mohney, Josh Thompson...
South Elementary School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Mackenzie Bartels, Cana Bles, Kyle Bryant, Kaitlin Christian, Ashley Cisco, Ana Compton, Camille Dovin, Anna Estes, Nicholas Freeman, Jack Gard, Caleb Gilbert, Liam Gray, Courtney Hahs, Skyler Hornbeak, Allison Karleskint, Abby King, Jeffrey Kirkley, Emily Ladd, Dillon Lang, Katlyn Lawrence, Ryan Malone, Rudy McClellan, Emily McRoberts, Thomas Moss, Randa Norman, Addison Puls, Rachel Rhodes, Alexis Ruch, Clayton Simmons, Theran Slinkard, Emily Smith, Nicole Sotak, Carson Stroup, Brittany Ussery, Eion Vaughn, James Robert Ward, Savannah Watson, Casey Webb. ...
Zalma Elementary School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 1st grade: Ethyan Birkman, Alexis Conder, Zack Findley, Haley Gunn, Megan Harvell, Mikayla Sargent, Hunter Stotts, Eli Ware, Olivia Whitehead, 2nd grade: Ethan Douglas, Emily Pickett, Madison Younger 3rd grade: Jacob Borders, Brett Hovis, Callie Robinson, Cierra Schmidt, Lacie VanGennip...
St. Ambrose School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 5th grade: Logan Brigman, Andee Charleston, Lindsey Harrell, Hannah Seyer. 6th grade: Billi Charleston, Dean Crippen. 7th grade: Mackenzie Chapman, Trever Glaus, Sara Long, Gavin Seyer. B Honor Roll 5th grade: Lindsey Koch, Lindsey LeGrand, Abby Sutton, Amber Vandeven...
Nell Holcomb School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 6th grade: Brandi Bertrand, Riley Duncan, Jeremiah Halter, Ryan May Abbie Sinn, Megan Wadley 7th grade: Julie Bollinger, Forest King, Kadie Orenstein, Dylan Wachter 8th grade: Daniel Bollinger, Jason Welker B Honor Roll 6th grade: Austin Atchley, Kailen Boren, Haley Ehlers, Quentin Goode, Hayden Lynn, Ali Norder, Taylor Powell, Zach Reece, Nicole Reynolds, Justin Sinn, Roy Terry, Justin Trickey, Sierra Welker, Chance Ziegler...
Scott City High School (02/17/09)
High Honor Roll @names:9th grade: Adam Bowers, Jenna Cummins, Taylor Glueck, Brittany Kiefer, Landon Robert, Tyler Schwettman. 10th grade: Brooke Dohogne, Miranda Foshee, Stacey Heisserer, Corey Rogers, William Scholz. 11th grade: Jens Bohm, Ashley Brant, Katie Diebold, Lindsey Hadley, Olivia Miles, Taylor Mungle, Holli Shemonia...
West Lane Elementary (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 3rd grade: Blayne Adams, Josh Anello, Kendyll Brown, Hailey Coates, Alexis Dowdy, Beth Goehman, Skyler Hamilton, Kailey Hess, Charlee Hounihan, Amy Justis, Gage Kranawetter, Ariana Kroninger, Adrienne LaFentres, Riley LaPlant, Myra Mezo, Cheyenne Poirrier, Alex Rodman, Abigail Sadler, Samuel Sammut, Lindsey Snyder, Carson Trankler, Dominique Unterreiner, Alissa Wiggins, Anna Yancey...
Leopold Junior & Senior High (02/17/09)
First semester A Honor Roll 7th grade: Sydney Eeftink, Casey Graham, Kacie Hampton 8th grade: Katie Eftink, Joseph Elfrink, Ryan Thiele 9th grade: Lacey Duckworth, Emily Elfrink, Seth Landewee, Ben Seiler 10th grade: Mackenzie Beel, John Bohnsack, Katelyn Brotherton, Andrea Bueter, Mallory James, Abby Landewee, Kristie Thiele, Joe Trankle...
Meridian High School (02/17/09)
First Semester High Honor Roll 9th grade: Derik Holder, Brock Moore. 11th grade: John Cross, Jessica Jackson, Ashley Killius, Nathan Pfaff, Emily Polley, Kendra Simpson. 12th grade: Ashley Adams, Jennifer Bennett, Brianna Hammon, Brandon McElmurry. Honor Roll...
Leopold Elementary School (02/17/09)
4th grade: Klara Beel, Blake Eeftink, Aly Fluchel, Jessie Holweg, Cole Jackson, Jack Jones, Evan Landewee, Ashley Nussbaum, Colby Thele, Alexis Weber, Kaitlyn Weber, Matt Woodfin 5th grade: Zach Beel, Brittany Garland, John Gray, Emily Seiler, Garrett Thele, Lexi Vandeven, Abby Weber, Shelby Yount...
Advance Junior & Senior High (02/17/09)
7th Grade: Haley Abernathy, Allie Below, Madison Brown, Kelcess Davault, Zane Eggiman, Helen Hedge, Loghan Hill, Mckayla Hodge, Ashley Hoffman, Anne Lanpher, Grayson Miles, Triston Mitchell, Kevin Sullinger, Benjamin Trout 8th Grade: Ethan Barr, Jessica Beal, Braden Bien, Hannah Capps, Montanna Ford, Wesley Garner, Curtis Gilliland, Liza Gray, Elisha Hindman, Amber Kennedy, Haley Kennison, Sierra Metcalf, Tyler Middleton, Kelsy Patterson, Katy Rhodes, Joshua Robison, Logan Sadler, Chelsea Shirrell, Caleigh Slagley, Shea Wolfenkoehler. ...
Leopold Elementary School (02/17/09)
4th grade: Klara Beel, Blake Eeftink, Aly Fluchel, Jessie Holweg, Cole Jackson, Jack Jones, Evan Landewee, Ashley Nussbaum, Colby Thele, Alexis Weber, Kaitlyn Weber, Matt Woodfin 5th grade: Zach Beel, Brittany Garland, John Gray, Emily Seiler, Garrett Thele, Lexi Vandeven, Abby Weber, Shelby Yount...
Delta Elementary School (02/17/09)
Kindergarten: Hannah Bond, Alec Brown, Kaya Carroll, Colby Crader, Lauren Crutsinger, Mason Keys, Dyllan Kohler, Emily Landewee, Dale Lincoln, Katelyn Lunsford, Hunter Ourth, Danielle Thomas, Garret Vandeven, Seth Hubbard 1st grade: Ryan Birkman, Coley Blattel, Katelyn Borneman, Alan Canady, Grant Coomer, Mogan Crutsinger, Ashgen Dozier, Chloe Hamilton, Anna Hanselman, Devin Lesch, Logan Rhodes, Andrea Slinkard, Isaiah Thomas, Colton White...
Meadow Heights High School (02/17/09)
Principal's Honor Roll 7th grade: Dylon Baldassaro, Kyle Baremore, Cierra Davis, Jamie Despain, Mikayla Green, Michael Hileman, Brooke Johnson, Wyatt Leonard, Laura Moring, Wyatt Rhodes, Sierra Smith 8th grade: Justin Abernathy, Dusty Cook, Chancey Elfrink, Shawna Gruenke, Laura Hanners, Cheyenne Long, Cole Wyatt...
Honor rolls 2/17/09 (02/17/09)
Advance Junior & Senior High 7th grade: Haley Abernathy, Allie Below, Madison Brown, Kelcess Davault, Zane Eggiman, Helen Hedge, Loghan Hill, Mckayla Hodge, Ashley Hoffman, Anne Lanpher, Grayson Miles, Triston Mitchell, Kevin Sullinger, Benjamin Trout...
Central Junior High School (02/17/09)
3rd term A Honor Roll 7th grade: Cheyenne Allen, Bailey Bliss, Eric Craiglow, Catherine Crites, Alisha Deshazier, Abigail Goeckeler, Joshua Greaser, Emily Hagan, Jasmine Hamilton, Alethia Hebert, Britney Hubbard, Diana Kantchev, Colin Keele, Kendra Kelch, Truman Kinsey, Rebecca Kitchen, Bailey Kralemann, Brianna Lawrence, Courtney Limbaugh, Rachael Long, Nathan Lutes, Aaron Mehner, Alex Mehner, Sydney Messerli, Seiya Miyata, Andrea Morales, Cassandra Morris, Tyler Myers, Derek Nunnery, Shianne Peters, Nicole Rich, Abby Ritter, Vikas Rudrappa, Stephanie Schrempf, Jessica Shirrell, Madeline Siefert, Jordan Stone, Caleb Strickland, Kristin Thompson, Zaria Ward, Ashley Westbrook, Kristen Wikel, James Wilferth, Brendan Williams, Brooke Zoellner. ...
Woodland Middle School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 5th grade: Nathaniel Bolin, Jalen Cronk, Rainha Hammers, Ashley Jordan, Sydney Keith, Lexie King, Jarrett Lincoln, Kerri Lincoln, Whitney Lincoln, Chandler Ritter, Shelby Sawyer, Cole Schlief, Taylor Tafoya, Reed Walker, Brett Woods...
Kelly Middle School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 6th grade: Shelby Beggs, John Crone, Kara Heeb, Tyler Holt, Kobin Kempe, Seth Perdue 7th grade: Rebecca Deason, Samantha Hupp, Mikayla Jackson, Jerrod Lynn, Jade Rampley, Trey Schuerenberg, Kamren Smith, Ryan Smith, Trey Walker, Breanna White, Audrey Wilkerson...
North Elementary (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th Grade: Emma Bishop, Glen Boyd, Ashley Ford, Bendan Gross, Chuck Hartle, Dylan Hottes, Timber Kimbel, Kyle Lappe, Ryan Lipps, Hailey Meyr, Deanna Mirly, Chase Mueller, Quentin Noah, Alexis Oswald, Clayton Pemberton, Rachel Sinn, Spencer Toft, Corie Williams, Maria Zuccarini...
Cape Christian School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 4th grade: Jay Green, Calli House, Bailey Janota, Rachael Koehler, Caitlyn Limbaugh, Paeton Outman, Sarah Pecord, Caroline Rollins, Zoe Schumer, Katelyn Smith, James Stroup, Kaylee Taylor. 5th grade: Hannah Braswell, Davis Deimund, John Paul Goodman, Michael Harris, Audry Helms, Paris Johnson, Michaela Lovig, Ethan Mirgeaux, Clayton Monia, Kent Priest, Lydia Taylor, Maci Wallace, Megan Westcott...
Kelso C-7 School (02/17/09)
A Honor Roll 1st grade: Riley Burger, Allison Colbert, Wally Davis, Morgan Kern, Grant Menz, Kaylyn Michael, Josh Schmitt. 2nd grade: Amanda Enderle. Lindsey Kieffer, David Posey, Lexie Spurgeon, Michelle Whalen, Emma Wilhelm. 3rd grade: Alex Burger, Aaron Glastetter, Claudia Kern, Drew Reischman, Kaitlyn Schiwitz...
Meridian Elementary & Middle School (02/17/09)
High Honor Roll 3rd grade: Mia Davis, Audrianna Green, Ra'Kyah Jeter, Destiny Lowe, Shalaia Vaughn, Uniqua Vaughn 4th grade: Katie Adams, Alyzone Agbayani, Gabrielle Baker, Scarlett Carter, Jeffery Hightower, Blake Ice. Jazane Magraff, Johneseya McDonial, Brittany Nelson, Taylor Ogden, Michael Richards, Hannah Schaal, Kadie Spaulding, Gregory Somerset, Johnathan White...
Chaffee Junior & Senior High (02/17/09)
7th grade: Ethan Bodwell, Tyler Bolliner, Storm Estes, Austin Fodge, Travis Hall, Cody Payne, Trenton Pennington, Melanie Rister, Holly Rutherford, Elizabeth Sexton, Jennifer Sutterfield, Daniel White, Megan Wiley, Justin Wilson, Devon Yahn 8th grade: Courtney Berghoff, Adrienne Eichhorn, George Husted, Dustin Johnson, Alexandra McGowan, Ellie Sigman, Bailey Swinford, Jared Walker, Amanda Welborn, Erica Welter, Dillon Williams, Dustin Worley...
Saxony Lutheran High School (02/17/09)
First Semester Honor Roll with High Distinction 12th grade: Jarod Koenig, Eric Osborne, Christopher Roth, Bret Steffens 11th grade: Chad Bachmann, Alicea Mahnken 10th grade: Lucy Gage 9th grade: Sam Breite Honor Roll with Distinction 12th grade: Andrew Etzold, Garrett Fritsche, Ross Gage, Casey Hemmann, Tyler James, Jared Mueller...
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