County students make college honor rolls

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Three Mineral County students rocked the honor roll list for the Montana State University 2017 fall semester. Students must complete a minimum of 12 degree-eligible credit hours to be on either the presidentís list, which is a 4.0 GPA, or the deanís list with a 3.5 GPA or higher.

The students who made the deanís list are Albertonís Mackenzie Spence, St. Regis Cheyenne Lewis, and Superiorís McKinzie Cooper. Also, at Montana Tech in Butte, Albertonís Nick Turnbull made the list.

At the University of Montana, Albertonís Joseph Bauer made the presidentís list; Cody Callison, Deveyn Dutt, Rebecca Pluth and Dennis Shuster made the deanís list. Superiorís Sierra Ireland, Jello Chris Maghinay, John OíBrien, Bradley Smith, Jennifer Walker, Lisa Yakubowski, and Vincent Yakubowski all made the deanís list.

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