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Wyoming County Natives Earn Place on President’s and Dean’s Lists

WYOMING COUNTY, W.Va. – Colleges and university across the Mountain State have released lists of students achieving exemplary status, including these Wyoming County natives.

WVU’s Potomac State College released their President’s List for Fall 2020 earlier this week, featuring Carla Cook of Pineville, WV. To be eligible, a student must earn a 3.7 to 4.0 grade average while maintaining a full-time student status.

In Athens, WV, Concord University also released their Dean’s List earlier this week, recognizing full-time undergraduate students who were registered for a minimum of 12 credit hours and have attained a grade point average of 3.5 or above at the end of the semester.

Students from Wyoming County included:

BRENTON: Britney Cochran, Christa Simpson, Jordan Simpson
GLEN FORK: Steven Brown, Corey Lucas
HANOVER: Makaeleigh Stacy
HERNDON: Taylor McKinney
IKES FORK: Michael-Paul Hare
JESSE: Julianna Brown
MATHENY: Taylor Brown
MULLENS: Danny White
NORTH SPRING: Henry Wallace
OCEANA: Riley Costello, Kari Gunnoe, Madyson Kennedy, Matthew Yeager
PINEVILLE: Keagen Blizzard, Kelli Cameron, Andrea Carter, Cameron Cook, Molly Cook