Robert Dowell of Kenosha earned dean’s list honors for the summer semester at the Lake County campus of Columbia College (Mo.) with a 3.5 grade point average or higher.
The following area students, who maintained a minimum 3.4 grade point average for the entire academic year, have been named to the Lawrence University dean’s list: Celine Stichert, Kenosha; Margaret Huck, Kenosha; Madeleine Leonowitz, Kenosha; Samantha Koski, formerly of Kenosha, now of Alton, Ill.; Sara Prostko, Kenosha; Emilia Jackson, Kenosha; and Brianna Wilson, Kenosha.
The Board of Directors of the Kenosha Community Foundation recently awarded $3,000 Cropley Scholarships to four Kenosha County residents chosen from 49 applicants. They are: Anthony Sturino, a sophmore at UW-Whitewater majoring in special education; Liliana Ochoa-Martinez, a junior at UW-Parkside majoring in nursing; Krista Lee Davis, a senior at UW-Parkside majoring in nursing; and Ariana Voyles, a senior at UW-Madison majoring in nursing. The scholarships were established by the late Ward Cropley, who retired in 1962 after 43 years with the Kenosha News, and his wife Jesse Cropley.