20 county students at UM make honors lists

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Twenty students from Lincoln County made the Deanís List or Presidentís List for spring semester at the University of Montana.

Two asterisks indicate the student earned a grade point average of 4.0, while a single asterisk indicates a grade point average of greater than 3.5 but less than 4.0.

The students were Stephen Cooke*, David Deavours*, Sarah Moen**, Alexandra Pluid**, Jaimie Soderling*, Bradley Stein*, Grace Williams** and Whitney Williams** of Eureka; Charles Birtwistle*, Hailey Craig**, Grace Doolin*, Dayln Germany**, Ellen Kearns*, Jasmin Larsen**, Shyla Stevenson** and Natasha Swartzendruber** of Libby; and Taylor Berget*, Kasey Faur*, Lucas Haggerty* and Callahan Peel* of Troy.

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