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  • Monday, August 22, 2011 12:01am
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Everett student graduates in Georgia

Janelle Richardson of Everett recently graduated from Mercer University in Macon, Ga.

She earned a bachelor’s degree in English.

Edmonds student named to dean’s list

Katharine Walker of Edmonds was named to the spring dean’s list at Washington University in St. Louis, Mo.

Walker is a student of Sam Fox School of Design & Visual Arts at Washington University and is a graduate of Interlochen Arts Academy boarding high school in Interlochen, Mich.

Western Washington spring honor roll

Western Washington spring honor roll recipients:

Arlington: Nakayla Corr Handran and Emmett Wild.

Bothell: Shawna Duke, Cristina Fishburn, Emily Hardin, Eun Jung Jin, Marija Montgomery, Jacob Newer-Thurber, Chelsey Petke and Jordan Storey.

Brier: Pamela Cremin and Megan Northey.

Camano Island: Jase Ihler.

Edmonds: Kelley Asamoto, Maggie Beeson, Courtney Hook, Andrew Hyde, Joanna Scott, Jeffrey Thunell and Carryn Vande Griend.

Everett: Danielle Bayne, Stephen Bellrichard, Stephanie Carter, Eli Clark, Kyle Coe, Annemarie Curd, Ben Dale, Kayla Gannon, Madeleine Gunthardt, Thomas Hall, Anna Ly, Joanna Owen, Elyse Pedersen, Christina Roy, Daniel Shubert, Gracie Woolley, Andrew Wray and Jesse Zackery.

Freeland: Kayla Olson.

Granite Falls: Rebecca Baker, Jeremiah Campbell and Nora Haider.

Lake Stevens: Emily Brigolin, Jackson Lee and Lucy Weiland.

Lynnwood: Jamie Martin.

Marysville: Emily Boerger, Caitlin North, Mark Pangilinan and Zachary Pontrantolfi.

Mill Creek: Joel Arpin and Amanda Rengli.

Monroe: Jessica Miller, Dana Thornton and Jessica Turek.

Mountlake Terrace: Michelle Terry.

Mukilteo: Bette Jane Camp, Bridget Fossedal and Peter Matson.

Oak Harbor: Ashia Radke and Jonathan Royal.

Silvana: Emily Barry.

Snohomish: Kristen Fairbanks, Heather Mullins, Emily Potocki, Daniel Prete, Paul Rentko, Kyle Sullivan and Katie Vainikka.

Stanwood: Megan Amundson.

Freeland: Brooke Sinclair.

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