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May 29
Mid-Plains Community College releases Dean’s List

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The following students qualified for the Dean's List during the 2019 spring term at Mid-Plains Community College. To be eligible, they had to complete 12 or more applicable credit hours of college-level courses and maintain an overall grade point average (GPA) of 3.5 – 3.89 on a 4.0 scale. 

Nebraska 

Albion - Branden Roberg 

Arcadia - Clay Bauer 

Arthur - MacKenna Turner 

Bartley - Kaleb Sughroue 

Beaver City - Jordan Taylor 

Brady - Colton Lovitt, Jerry Mull, Rebecca Stearns 

Callaway - Jessie Parshley 

Cambridge - Aubri Ross 

Cozad - Adriana Buss, Kolton Heins, Triteny Werner 

Culbertson - Beth Hoyt, Matthew Johnson, Derrek Mintling, Matthew Searcey, Adelina Wilcox, Grant Wilkinson 

Curtis - Rylie Brown 

Gering - Kaylee Bohnsack 

Gothenburg - Amelia Petska 

Grand Island - Chance Boersen 

Grant - Logan Cunningham, Whitney Spencer

Hershey - Myesha Dickens, Amanda Reiber 

Holdrege - Tatiana Young 

Imperial - Clarissa Chaparro, Abigail Frias 

Indianola - Jacy Ahlemeyer, Drew Hofman, Alec May, Wyatt McConville, Patrick Sughroue, Bethany Vogel, Genna Vogel, Jack Vogel 

Lexington - Cesar Venegas-Villezcas 

McCook - Kyle Geisler, Allison Johnson, Lindi Johnson, Julia Lytle, Nicholas Macfee, Alyson Marin, McKenzie Mason, Jaydenn Miller, Mary Osborne, Taylor Patterson, Chantel Sawyer, Danielle Slaby, Elise Stevens, Kaleb Taylor, Kyle Van Pelt, Monique Witt 

North Platte - Brittanya Allen, Larry Allen, Trey Bahler, Britni Bandy, Lauren Brott, Kayla Bush, Nicholas Bussard, April Claussen, Jami Davis, Jamon Davis, Evan DeKok, Jed Dizmang, Morgan Fischer, Tyler Floro, Tiffany Gies, Amanda Hanson, Nicole Harris, Micaelia Hernandez, Elizabeth Honeywell, Megan Johnson, Abby Jones, Josie Keck, Maureen Kohn, Jamie Lauderdale, Alex Lawson, Nicholas Lemke, Tacie Lucas, Amber McClanahan, Hallei Morales, Megan Morash, Kendal Naranjo, Natasha Nutt, Stephanie Owino, Tanner Pantenburg, Jonathan Perkins, Breasia Reyes, Makenna Smith, Seth Smith, Nathan Snider, Lyndell St. Clair, Brandon Tolle, Eric Travis, Kade Wroot 

Oconto - Seth Pearson 

Ogallala - Kyle Podowski 

Omaha - Connor McGonigal 

Oxford - Jacinda Vollmer 

Papillion - Emily Marsden 

Paxton - Ashley Lugar, Justin Neilsen, Dalton Perlinger 

Scotia - Colton Gydesen 

Sidney - Trinity Langley 

Stapleton - Aspen Sullivan 

Sutherland - Alyssa Weber 

Thedford - Ronda Haumann 

Valentine - Michelle Witt Moore 

Venango - Valerie Perez 

California 

Pleasant Hill - Liliana Belton 

Colorado 

Brighton - Makayla Harris 

Broomfield - Megan Hernandez-Belew 

Centennial - Jesse Bloom 

Colorado Springs - Mallory Brown 

Haxtun - Christopher Kelley 

Lakewood - Angel Mojica

Littleton - Haley Jacobsen, Ashlynn Krueger 

Severance - Kassidy Powers 

Wray - Kedric Tufton 

Florida 

St. Petersburg - Emily Joseph 

Hawaii 

Makawao - Maysen Medeiros 

Iowa 

Glenwood - Madisen Liddell 

Hamburg - Masen Nelson-Maher 

Kansas 

Effingham - Jade Hollands 

Glade - Trenton Solida 

Oberlin - Benjamin Glading 

Topeka - Onyessah Rocha 

South Carolina 

Anderson - Yasnier Laureano 

South Dakota 

Aberdeen - Karley Martin 

Utah 

Salt Lake City - Mikayla Gibson 

Washington - Sydney McArthur 

Virginia 

Fort Belvoir - Preston Parry 

Australia 

Boronia, Victoria - Nicola Cross 

Italy 

Rome - Tommaso Mostarda 

Mozambique 

Nelo Nducuia 

Spain 

Reus - Anna Sanjuan 

Ukraine 

Ilya Tyrtyshnik

Heather Johnson
Area Communications Specialist

Heather produces and distributes press releases for the college. She began work at MPCC in 2014. Prior to that, she spent five years as the news director/web manager for Eagle Radio in North Platte. From 2009-2014 she worked as a reporter/photographer for The North Platte Telegraph. Heather has a bachelor's degree in journalism from Chadron State College.

Brent L. Cobb
McCook Community College News Bureau Coordinator​​​