Falter promoted at credit union
Kari Falter has been promoted to financial services representative at Capital Credit Union’s Mandan branch.
Falter earned an associate degree from Bismarck State College. She has been with Capital Credit Union since 2016, most recently as a head teller in Mandan.
Morton students on dean's list
Morton County residents are among 878 students named to the fall semester dean’s list at the University of Mary.
To qualify for the honor, traditional undergraduate students must earn a 3.5 or better grade point average while carrying at least 12 credit hours.
Students enrolled in U- Mary’s worldwide program must earn a 3.5 or better GPA while at a full-time adult learner status.
Flasher — Mirranda Gross, Mary Hintz.
Glen Ullin — Jacob Gartner, Kendra Gerving, Jaron Morman.
Hebron — Jane Johnson, Devin Sardelli, Ryan Woroniecki.
Mandan — Autumn Alt, Jaden Andresen, Dylan Anthony, McKenna Baer, Jeni Baustad, Casey Beck, Richard Bendish, Laiken Bren, Carson Breuer, Orrin Burch, Angela Carter, Emily Cicha, My Lynn Duong, Jordyn Fairaizl, Cole Garman, Kaitlyn Gulick, Brenna Hammer, Erin Heidrich, Breanna Holgard, Brittney Jacob, Shariah Johnson, Justin McCabe, Karsen Meyer, Amber Morrell, Dylan Obrigewitch, Tylor Olson, Erin Pasley, Sierra Perdue, Taylor Reinhardt, Heather Ripplinger, Kaitlyn Schaner, Kaitlyn Schelske, Katelyn Schmidt, Kyra Schulz, Heather Tischmak, Eddie Underwood, Taylor Volkman, Briele Vollmuth, Theresa Wanner, Brandon Welch, Elizabeth Willer, Jarad Zittleman.
New Salem — Abigail Hintz, Daniel Kraft, Krista Kreidt, McKenzie Kuhn, Mikayla Lennie.
Students achieve at university
Morton County students are among the 4,125 North Dakota State University students placed on the fall dean’s list.
A student must earn a 3.5 grade-point average or higher and be enrolled in at least 12 class credits to qualify for the dean’s list.
Flasher — Serena Frederick, Grant Schafer.
Mandan — Lauryn Andre, Alexandra Bakken, Alexander Berger, Reed Bergman, Ryan Blotsky, Megan Boehm, Joey Boutain, Bryce Everson, William Fleck, Haley Geiger, Nathan Glass, Cullen Gress, Hannah Gress, Brittan Grubb, Amanda Hahn, Kenneth Haugen, David Hoffman, Sasha Hopfauf, Stacia Hopfauf, Matthew Ingalls, Emily Kautzman, Bryan Keidel, Marissa Koppy, Gwen Lee, Hannah Moe, Samantha Muth, Katarina Nyberg, Breanna Olson, Hannah Peterson, Waylon Peterson, Ethan Reuter, Mikaela Schindler, Preston Schmidt, Kayde Schwab, Kathryn Slavick, Destiny Smith, Hope Smith, Sydney Telehey, Kaylin Tomac, Nicolle Trenda, Christopher Vander Wal, Kate Volk, Nathan Wanner, Cara Weigel, Hannah Wentz, Gabrielle Wolf.
New Salem — Hailie Doll, Morgan Henke, Jacob Holle, Emily Klusman.
Grower groups set elections
Qualified Morton County growers of sunflowers, dry peas, lentils, lupins, fava beans and chickpeas are eligible to participate in the election of county representatives for statewide crop councils as voters or candidates.
Separate elections for the North Dakota Oilseed Council and the North Dakota Dry Pea and Lentil Council will be held at 1 p.m. Feb. 21 during pesticide certification at the Morton County Fairgrounds in New Salem.
The Oilseed Council was created to facilitate the production, development, marketing and promotion of sunflower, safflower, rapeseed or canola, flax and crambe. The Dry Pea and Lentil Council was established during the 1997 legislative session for similar purposes.
County representatives from District 2 will meet at 11 a.m. March 26 at the Ramada Grand Dakota in Dickinson to elect the district’s member of the state Dry Pea and Lentil Council.
County representatives from District 7 will meet at 1 p.m. March 26 at the Ramada Grand Dakota in Dickinson to elect the district’s member of the state Oilseed Council.
Power named to academic team
Samantha Power, Mandan, is among seven Northern Wyoming Community College District students named to the 2019 All-Wyoming Academic Team. Each year, Wyoming community colleges nominate high-achieving students to represent them at the state level, where they are eligible to receive scholarships.
Selection requires academic excellence, intellectual, leadership and service that extends education beyond the classroom to benefit society.
Power is a health science major at Gillette College who plans to become a speech pathologist.