DCHS honor rolls
David City High School has announced students earning honors for the first quarter of the 2019-20 academic year. Students on the HONOR ROLL are: Seniors - Spencer Allen, Hunter Behrns, Skylar Busch, Clayton Denker, Ethan Dietrich, Neleigh Kovar, Ashlee Marvin, Hunter McDonald, Sophia Mefford, Ivy Joe Miller, Wayne Moore, Hunter O'Dell, Brittney Palik, Juan Piris Saurina, Chase Romshek, Madison Soukup, Kaden Stenzel, Brock Tiemeyer, Daphne Vizcarra-Navarro, Amber Voboril; Juniors - Payton Andel, Kaitlyn Belt, Natalie Blum, Maya Couch, Samantha Eaton, Clayton Harris, Shelby Hein, Keyan Helgoth, Zoe Kastl, Cavan Navrkal, Abby Nelson, Alexa Pflum, Lauren Vandenberg, Dylan Vodicka, Brooke Windedahl; Sophomores - Neely Behrns, Zachary Bongers, Jerrianne Cudaback, Maci Dion, Lili Eickmeier, Grace Farmer, Emily Glodowski, Seth Golden, Emily Johnson, Jack McKay, Lydia Ockander, Jordan Palik, Amber Robak, Jaley Schultz, Brian Solis Soriano, Brenna Windedahl, Alysha Yellowbird, Steele, Grace Znamenacek; Freshmen - Barrett Andel, Jazmen Birkel, Angel Carias, Caden Denker, Savannah Gregory, Kaydense Hansen, Jennifer Juan Tomas, Courtlyn Keeling, Mikah Mittleider, Ava Neujahr, Valori Olson, Ava Schlotfeld, Braxton Small, Reese Soukup, Natalie Summers, Keetyn Valentine, Jayden Velazquez, Lillian Wielgus, Cassidy Wieser; Eighth grade - Ella Brokaw, Emily Coffin, Brock Dubbs, Grace Eickmeier, Brayden Johnson, Rosie Juan Tomas, Kaitlyn Palik, Joseph Scribner, Alexander Thoendel, Jazmine Wielgus, Chloe Zegers; Seventh grade - Evin Allen, Stanley Allen, Kailey Blum, Trinity Boss, Keaton Busch, James Farmer, Rebecca Fitch, Alexis Forney, Hannah Gangwish, Hailey Glodowski, Hayliegh Hladky, Meagan Jahde, Addison Kuhlman, Davi Neves de Mont Serrat, Neil Olson, Brooklyn Palensky, Emily Poulas, Natalie Robak, Parker Robinson, Cally Schmid, Hannah Scribner, Sam Smith, Reese Svoboda.
Students receiving ‘HONORABLE MENTION’ are: Seniors - Heidi Alvarado Joaquin, Kirsten Bell, Hunter Betzen, Jaymee Lee, Madison Masek, Austin Mastera, Riley Paseka, Anthony Scribner, Yamilet Solis Soriano, Jacson Valentine; Juniors - Harley Eickmeier, Kayla Gay, SaLea Gillespie, Tyler Graybill, David Maxwell, Jasmyne McDonald-Gebert, Rachel Roemmich, Jazlyn Vazquez-Zavala, Ethan Zegers; Sophomores - Nicholas Carlson, Tre' Daro, Dylan Masek, Kennen Robinson, Brett Romshek, Simon Schindler; Freshmen - Avery Couch, Wesley Johns, McKenna Pavel, Carly Schmid, Cadence Smaus, Ashley Villalba Pena; Eighth grade - Geovanni Barrios-Hernandez, Vianet Carrera-Soriano, Jason Escamilla, Justine Fountain, Hunter Hlavac, Keaton Kloke, Drew Langan, Cassandra Maxwell, Braxten Osantowski, Jazmine Palencia Juarez, Tori Price, Logan Ratkovec, Jonathan Sosa-Palencia, Dulce Visoso, Kylee Windedahl; Seventh grade - Katilyn Ewert, Alexis Harris, Laylani Kasik, Israel Martinez, Jaiden Ray, Jace Rerucha, Lukas Sabata, Kaydance Smith, Rodger Yates.
Heermann’s artwork on display at Wayne
WAYNE -- “Gripping Reality,” a senior art exhibit at Wayne State College, examines life through pushing boundaries. An opening reception will take place from 4:30-5:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 21 in the Nordstrand Visual Arts Gallery in Conn Library. The reception is free and open to the public. The show runs through Jan. 16, and includes artwork by five WSC seniors, including Emily Heermann of David City. Heermann is a studio art major. Her artwork explores the human impact on environmental creation and destruction.
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Schmid admitted to vet program
MANHATTAN, Kan. — A group of Kansas State University undergraduate students will have a special opportunity to fulfill their dreams of becoming veterinarians with their selection as the College of Veterinary Medicine's 2019 class of Early Admission Scholars.
Among those accepted into the program is Ivy Schmid of Bellwood.
Eggleston is new member of NAYC
LINCOLN -- The Nebraska Department of Agriculture (NDA) recently announced its selection of the 2019-20 Nebraska Agricultural Youth Council (NAYC). Among the new council members is Miles Eggleston of David City. NAYC members are college students who promote Nebraska agriculture and teach young Nebraskans about agriculture and the many careers available in the ag industry.