• Scholarships awarded

    LINCOLN — The University of Nebraska-Lincoln has awarded scholarships to nonresident students who will enroll in the 2010-11 academic year, which begins Aug. 23. The scholarship winners are from 37 states.
    The nonresident scholarship programs were created in 1995 to identify and reward the most talented students from states other than Nebraska who attend UNL. The scholarships are awarded based on transfer grade-point averages for transfer students, or on academic accomplishments in high school and admissions test scores for 2010 high school graduates.

  • School expenses may qualify for tax credit

    With the arrival of August, families with school-aged children are paying school registration fees and starting to buy school supplies.
    Examples of qualifying expenses include school registration fees, required school supplies, and fees for extra-curricular activities. The expenses must be related to coursework and activities at an accredited school. Driver’s education fees qualify if they are paid to the school.  Expenses that do not qualify include school lunches, transportation, and clothing for everyday wear. 

  • Essex School 3rd quarter honor rolls

    A Honor Roll
    3rd grade - Daniel Ohnmacht. 4th grade - Kelsi Leininger. 5th grade - Anna Carlson, Devan Gray, Kaitlyn Kelley, and Nathaniel Martin. 7th grade - Andrea Allen and Amber Ohnmacht. 8th grade - Seana Perkins. 10th grade - Quentin Bangston. 12th grade - Janelle King, Mitchell Nicholas, and Dylan Ross.
    A-B Honor Roll

  • BVU students selected for summer research internships

    STORM LAKE - Seven Buena Vista University science students have been accepted for competitive summer research programs, including two for on-campus research projects and others who will study at major research institutions in the region.

  • Loras College Announces Spring 2010 Dean’s List

    DUBUQUE - Loras College Provost Cheryl Jacobsen, Ph.D., has announced the names of students who achieved Dean’s List status for the 2010 spring semester.
    A student must earn a 3.5 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 credit hours to be recognized.
    Iowa students and their hometowns are as follows: Jason L Abbuhl from Red Oak.

  • Northwest graduates

    MARYVILLE -The Office of the Registrar and the Graduate School at Northwest Missouri State University in Maryville, have released the names of students who completed requirements for degrees at the conclusion of the 2010 spring trimester.

  • Simpson College spring graduation

    INDIANOLA –    The following students from the following cities graduated from Simpson College in May. Commencement was held May 22 in Indianola.
    Steven Lovitt from Emerson, Alexandria Tyner, Amber Vrbsky from Essex and Ryanne Skalberg from Red Oak.

  • University of Iowa 2010 Dean’s list

  • University of Iowa 2010 graduation

    Chris A. Wood from Emerson, BA, Health and Sport Studies, Suzanne Lynn Bochmann from Red Oak, MA, Leisure Studies, Andra Metz from Red Oak, PHR, Pharmacy with Distinction, Jamie Lynn Patrick from Red Oak, BA, Communication Studies.

  • Southwestern Community College commencement

    Southwestern Community College of Creston, held two commencement ceremonies this year.  One hundred thirty students were eligible to graduate on May 7, and 181 students were eligible to graduate on June 25.