? Twelve students from Marion County were among the nearly 1,500 who? completed degree requirements from Kansas State Univer?sity during the fall semester. They were Weston Hiebert, Canton, bachelor of science in agriculture; Dakota Kauf?man, Durham, bachelor of science in education; Sarah Unruh, Hillsboro, bachelor of science in business admin?istration; Chance Reece, Hillsboro, bachelor of science; Parker Ash, Marion, bachelor of science; Samuel Ehrlich, Marion, bachelor of science in mechanical engineering; Louis Holt, Marion, bachelor of science in agriculture; Andrew Kelsey, Marion, bachelor of science in agriculture; Bridget Lundy, Marion, bachelor of science; Drew Maddox, Marion, bachelor of science in business administration; Tristen Snelling, Marion, bachelor of science in family studies and human services; Jennafer Sevart, Peabody, bachelor of science in business administration.
? Six students are among the 1,167 named by Fort Hays State University to the Dean?s Honor Roll for the fall 2014 semester: from Goessel, Aidan Winblad, a senior majoring in physics; from Hillsboro, Jehoiada Schmidt, a freshman majoring in biology (wildlife), and Jamie Spoonemore, a senior majoring in mathematics (teaching); from Marion, Danielle Litke, a sophomore majoring in education, Aaron Molle?ker, a sophomore majoring in physics, and Heather Renee Steiner, an elementary education major. Named to the Dean?s List were: freshman Benjamin Wiens, Goessel; juniors Mikayla Hiebert, Peabody, and Braden Unruh, Goessel; senior Michelle Unruh, Goessel. Named to the honor roll were: sophomore Zachary Preheim, Peabody; and juniors Laird Goertzen, Goessel and Amy Wedel, Peabody.
? Meghan Leihy, Hills?boro, was named to the Dean?s Honor Roll at Wash?burn University for the fall semester, which requires a semester grade-point average between 3.4 and 3.99.