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Scholarships

Jennifer Ostrowski of Superior received a $1,000 award from the National Active and Retired Employees Association Paul David Scholarship Fund. She attends the University of Wisconsin in Madison, majoring in international studies and African languages.

Jeremy Johnson and Evan Simmons of Poplar, Brittany Chaffey of Superior and Emma Nelson of South Range each received a $2,000 Brothers Scholarship. They are all children of Calumet employees in Superior.

Graduates

College of St. Scholastica graduates included Ashli Luoma of Hawthorne, cum laude, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Michael Naumann of Poplar, cum laude, Bachelor of Science, exercise physiology; Ashley Stalvig of South Range, summa cum laude, Bachelor of Arts, computer science and information systems; Megan Zdyb of Solon Springs, cum laude, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Jennifer Stewart of Minong, cum laude, Bachelor of Science, health information management; Brule residents Andrea Tuura, summa cum laude, Bachelor of Science in elementary education, and Joshua Zinmer, cum laude, Bachelor of Arts, psychology; and Lake Nebagamon residents Allison May, cum laude, Bachelor of Arts, health sciences, and Sarah Stack, summa cum laude, Bachelor of Arts, biology. Superior residents who graduated this spring at St. Scholastica include Theresa Angus, summa cum laude, Bachelor of Science, health information management; Heather Bradford, Master of Science, teaching; Sara DeVinck, cum laude, Bachelor of Science, elementary education; Peter Drinkwine, Doctor of Physical Therapy; Evander Grubbe, cum laude, Bachelor of Arts, biology; Hannah Leland, cum laude, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Abigail O’Shaughnessy, Bachelor of Science, nursing; Valerie Poynter, Master of Science, teaching; Melissa Vanderburg, summa cum laude, Bachelor of Science, nursing; and Kevin Zamzow, summa cum laude, Bachelor of Arts in psychology.

Damen Rankin of Lake Nebagamon and Aaron Gram of Superior completed the law enforcement skills training program at Fond du Lac Tribal and Community College, Cloquet, Minn.

UW-Eau Claire graduates include Sadie Falter of Brule, Bachelor of Arts, English; Abigail Schulz of Lake Nebagamon, Bachelor of Business Arts, health care administration; David Hammersborg of South Range, Master of Arts, English literature and textual interpretation; and Superior natives Christine Johnson, Master of Business, business administration, and Sarah Mayne, Master of Business, business administration.

Jacey Tuura of Brule earned an Associate of Arts degree in liberal arts and sciences from Rochester Community and Technical Colleges.

Nicolette Lindberg of Lake Nebagamon graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in business administration-human resource management, and Anne Tracy of Superior graduated summa cum laude with a Bachelor of Arts in business administration-marketing management from the University of St. Thomas.

Brandon Rounsville of Poplar received a bachelor’s degree in civil engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Platteville.

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