9 area students are spring grads at Kansas State

Nine students from Scott, Lane and Wichita counties were among nearly 3,000 spring graduates at Kansas State Universitiy.

Area graduates include:

Dighton: Sarah Mulville, Bachelor of Science in business administration; Clinton Shaffer, Bachelor of Science in agriculture.

Leoti: Sarah Ridder, Bachelor of Science in family studies and human services.

Marienthal: Andrew Smith, Bachelor of Science in agriculture


Scott City: Tyrel George, Master of Science; Luke Hayes, Bachelor of Science in kinesiology; Gayle (Minnix) Davis, Master of Science; Ashalee Tankersley, Bachelor of Science in agribusiness; Darrick York, Bachelor of Science in agribusiness.


Varnado is KU


honors graduate

Brittany Varnado was a spring honors graduate from the University of Kansas with a bachelor’s degree in biology.

She was recognized for “significant contribution to the scientific community.” Varnado was among just 16 honors students out of 165 graduates in the biology department.


A 2012 graduate of Scott Community High School, she is the daughter of Michael and Stephanie (Booth) Varnado, Scott City.


3 SC students

inducted into


honor society

Three area students were recently inducted into Phi Kappa Phi honor society at Fort Hays State University.

Honor students include Lindsey McDaniel and Callan Rice, both of Scott City, and Kiara Sharp, Healy.


Only the top 10 percent of seniors and 7.5 percent of juniors, having at least 72 semester hours, are eligible for membership. Graduate students in the top 10 percent of the number of candidates for graduate degrees may also qualify.


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