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Salem dean’s list
Mary-Margaret Hudson of Mount Ulla and Kristie Linker of Landis have been named to the fall quarter dean’s list at Salem College in Winston-Salem.
Appalachian lists
The following area students have been named to the fall semester chancellor’s list at Appalachian State University in Boone for attaining a 3.85 or higher grade-point average:
China Grove: Alisha Bost and Ivy Overcash.Kannapolis: Brittany Absher, Roxie Basinger, Jennifer Boynton and Zia Yang.
Lexington: Cindel Bottsford, Rachel Chaney, Callie Edwards, Lindsay Gibson, Rebecca Jones, Jonathan Kunz, Jacob Lackey, Andrea Miller, Amber Powell, Devin Russ, Linzy Shoaf and Kayla Sink.
Linwood: Katie Shoaf and Heather Snider.
Mooresville: Alex Bentz, Colin Davis III, Matthew Davis, Matheson Edwards, Kathryn Hannigan, Michael McCormick, Allison Schroeder, Laura Serio and Summer Wisdom.
Rockwell: Amber McKenzie and Julie Troutman.
Salisbury: William HGurst, Jamie Kluttz, Evan Kolkebeck and Amber Racey.
Woodleaf: Caroline Atwell and Caleb Brown.
The following area students were named to the dean’s list for attaining a 3.45 or higher grade-point average with 12-14 hours of academic credit or a 3.25 or higher grade-point average with 15 or more hours of credit:
Cleveland: Caitlin Troutman.
China Grove: Erin Hampton and Kendra Stamey.
Faith: Michael Lefko.
Gold Hill: Kristina Chamberlain.
Kannapolis: Laura Jean-Elizabeth Billings,Keith Clark, Nathan Durham, Jessica Fink, Lauren Patchett and Travis Rodgers.
Lexington: Kendal Allred, Robert Bursell, Haley Compton, Stephanie Craven, Victoria Hayes, Rebecca Horn, Dylan Kennedy, Kelly Lamb, Megan Lamb, Brett Moore, Haley Moore, Christine Phelps, Cayce Poindexter, Michael Salley, Torrey Slack, Lauren Smith, William Squires, Alexander Stultz, Katherine Thompson, Amanda Thrasher and Tramaine Young.
Linwood: Lauren Anderson, Kathryn Easter and Tyler Thomas.
Mooresville: Sara Babcock, Dereck Baker, Rachel Ballard, Taylor Berryhill, Gabriel Bradshaw, Victoria Breda, Bryan Breidenbach, Benjamin Caine, Caley Chase, George Cogar, Alison Croft, Jennifer Finan, Christina Frye, Elisabeth Grondin, Cassie Bryder, Nicole Hooke, Lacey Hopkins, Ashley Keck, Anna Leonard, James Louden, Downing McDade, Laura Miller, Rachael Morris, Andrew O’Keefe, Jessica O’Keefe, Jon Parker, Matthew Pinion, Angela Ramey, Scott Ready, Caroline Reeb, Jessica Sanford, Elisabeth Schroeder, Sarah Simon, Ashlin Streetman, Rachel Thompson, Michael Tyson and Sarah Weir.Mount Ulla: Travis Moose.New London: Taylor Misenheimer.
Richfield: Caleb Kirk.Rockwell: Darren Cozart, Ashley Decelle, Alexandria Earnhardt and Maranda Shinn.
Salisbury: Sarah Bolick, Michael Brisson, Erin Casner, Jenna Cranford, Taylor Duganne, Nicole Graham, Katherine Haugen, Elaine Langlais, Kristin Lee, Randolph Linhart III, Laura Maphis, Charles Medinger, Andrew Misenheimer, Spencer Price, Christopher Ridenhour, Charlotte Smith and Jessica White.Spencer: Nicholas Lentz.Woodleaf: Jeanna Jones and Mark Sturgis.

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