Two St. Joseph students were named to the spring semester dean’s list at Alexandria Technical & Community College for achieving a grade-point average of 3.5 or higher. The students are Vanessa Solarz and Madison Honer. Amanda Marie Walz of St. Joseph was named to the spring semester dean’s list at South Dakota State University, Brookings. She received a perfect 4.0 grade-point average.
Seven Sartell students recently graduated from Concordia College, Moorhead. They are: Megan Franz, daughter of Jody and Mark Franz, summa cum laude, business and Spanish; Curt Koopmeiners, son of Candice Koopmeiners, cum laude, nursing; Benjamin Maurer, son of Lisa and Mike Maurer, nursing and Spanish; Emma Mitzel, daughter of Debra and Steven Ubl-Mitzel, magna cum laude, nursing; Kevin Wolfe, son of Terri and John Wolfe,
Conway, Deuth & Schmiesing, PLLP promotes Ascheman as senior accountant Brent Ascheman was recently promoted to senior accountant at Conway, Deuth & Schmiesing, PLLP. He joined CDS in 2013 as a staff accountant. Ascheman graduated from St. Cloud State University in St. Cloud with a bachelor’s degree in business management. He received his CPA certification from the Minnesota Board of
St. Cloud Hospital attained Magnet recognition for the fourth time in May. The American Nurses Credentialing Center’s Magnet Recognition Program distinguishes health-care organizations that meet rigorous standards for nursing excellence. This credential is the highest national honor for professional nursing practice. There are only 49 hospitals worldwide that have been Magnet-recognized four times or more.
Carolynn “Reanee” Swiger of St. Joseph was recently named a Queen of the Road for 2018 by “The Real Women in Trucking.” She has been driving for Brenny Specialized Inc. in St. Joseph since 2012. These women are recognized for their hard work and their compassion for helping others. Swiger The Opportunity Matters leadership
Ulises Ayala, a St. Joseph student, graduated May 5 from Minnesota State University-Mankato, with a master’s degree in Spanish for the professions. The Central Minnesota Arts Board awarded arts scholarships to 14 students totaling $21,000. The Student Arts Scholarship Program is designed to support individuals entering or enrolled in an accredited institution and who are pursuing undergraduate degrees in the
Four Sartell High School seniors recently received the honor of being Students of Excellence at the Resource Training & Solution recognition event April 25. They are the following: Brandan Carlson, Nicholas Juntunen, Kali Killmer and Madeline Thieschafer. The seniors were selected based on their academic achievement. Carlson plans to attend the University of Wisconsin-Madison to major in engineering. At Sartell High School,