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Montana State UniversityJonathan Wood, CarbondaleSteven Jay, Glenwood SpringsNorthwestern CollegeAndra Collier, Glenwood Springs, junior year, Sigma Tau Honor Society, E. Grady Holland journalism award

University of Colorado Boulder Sara Fowler, Glenwood SpringsMark Gould, Glenwood SpringsBenjamin Leonard, Glenwood SpringsMegan McGrath, Glenwood SpringsSarah Saathoff, Glenwood SpringsJessica Smith, Glenwood SpringsElizabeth Tolan, Glenwood SpringsUniversity of Northern Colorado Timothy Meskel, Rifle; bachelor of liberal arts. Parents- Michael and Cathy Meskel.University of Nebraska-Lincoln Shana June Porter, New Castle, bachelor of science, business administration University of ArizonaJeremi Kentz, son of Jeff Kentz, Glenwood Springs, bachelor of science in psychology and bachelor of arts in philosophy. Deans list twice.

Fifteen- to 17-year-old students from across the world need local host families for the nine-month academic high school year (September 2006 through May 2007). If interested, please contact the local area coordinator for the Council for Educational, USA, at 625-0481 to discuss options from being a temporary “welcome” home or a permanent nine-month placement.



Jacob Ziemann was selected as the winner of the Brystine Prize for Economic Reasoning at Pomona College in Claremont, Calif. The prize is given to the junior or sophomore who has shown considerable intellectual curiosity and originality in the study of economics. He has been accepted into Dartmouth’s Tuck Business School Bridge Program in July, studying at University College at Oxford University in England. He is majoring in philosophy, politics and economics at Pomona. Jacob is a 2004 graduate of Glenwood Springs High School and is the son of Tom and Jill Ziemann of Glenwood Springs.


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