Several Wyandotte County students named to KU honor roll

Several Wyandotte County students were named to the honor roll for the spring semester recently at the University of Kansas, Lawrence.

They are among approximately 4,600 undergraduate KU students who earned honors.

The students, from KU’s Lawrence campus and the schools of Health Professions and Nursing in Kansas City, Kan., represent 94 of 105 Kansas counties, 43 other states and 38 other countries.
The honor roll includes undergraduates who meet requirements in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences and in the schools of Architecture, Design & Planning; Business; Education; Engineering; Health Professions; Journalism; Music; Nursing; Pharmacy; and Social Welfare.

Honor roll students from Wyandotte County:

Peter Beatty, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Cassandra Bever, Bonner Springs, School of Education

Chloe Carroll, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Kyle Chadwick, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Bridget Davis, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Alyson Espy, Bonner Springs, School of Education

Elizabeth Grinter, Bonner Springs, School of Nursing

Elizabeth Heimes, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Daniel Hilliard, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Spencer Himpel, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Jessie Kelly, Bonner Springs, School of Business

Brendan Martin, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Anna Nelson, Bonner Springs, School of Education

Tessa Newberry, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Harley Ruszala, Bonner Springs, School of the Arts

Shauna Shoemake, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Kelsey Stanbrough, Bonner Springs, School of Health Professions

Mario Vlasic, Bonner Springs, School of Business

Cortney Wise, Bonner Springs, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Jamie Arnett, Edwardsville, School of Pharmacy

Suhaib Bajwa, Edwardsville, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Ala Abusalim, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Nana Agyen, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions

Ashley Arnett, Kansas City, Kan., School of the Arts

Laura Banks, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing

Jordan Biel, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education

Elizabeth Brock, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Ann Budd, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business

Caitlin Buerge, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing

Christopher Burch, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education

Chase Cook, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education

Briana Curry, Kansas City, Kan., School of the Arts

Paul Duckworth, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Holly Ellington, Kansas City, Kan., School of Pharmacy

Melissa Fewell, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Jillian Frick, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing

Julia Glenn, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing

Vashti Goracke, Kansas City, Kan., School of the Arts

Nicole Hampton, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing

Day Harris, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare

Rebecca Harris, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Ashley Hart, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Brendan Higgins, Kansas City, Kan., School of Pharmacy

Carolina Jimenez-Garcia, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Chloe Lockman, Kansas City, Kan., School of Architecture, Design and Planning

Bernardo Luque Jr., Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Monica McGlory, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare

Brittany Moore, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions

Carmen Ortiz, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Peyton Peaches, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Julie Peterson, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Betsy Ramirez, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Jamie Redic, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

LaTierra Sambol, Kansas City, Kan., School of Nursing

Kevin Schnirch, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Michelle Selbe, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education

Courtney Simcoe, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education

Michael Smit, Kansas City, Kan., School of the Arts

Erica Smith, Kansas City, Kan., School of Social Welfare

Timaira Smith, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Zachary Smith, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering

Dominic Sosinski, Kansas City, Kan., School of Architecture, Design and Planning

Krista Sturm, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Courtney Swift, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions

Carlie Thomas, Kansas City, Kan., School of Education

David Valdiviezo, Kansas City, Kan., College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Mai Vue, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions

Jackson Wagner, Kansas City, Kan., School of Business

Stacie Yang, Kansas City, Kan., School of Health Professions

Tyler Yoder, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering

Ethan Zolotor, Kansas City, Kan., School of Engineering.

Leavenworth man charged with gun, drug charges in Bonner Springs

Gun and drug charges were filed by the U.S. attorney’s office in connection with an incident in Bonner Springs.

Dacco Shane Muth, 27, Leavenworth, Kan., is charged with one count of unlawful possession of a firearm following a felony conviction, one count of possession with intent to distribute methamphetamine and one count of unlawful possession of a sawed off shotgun. The crimes are alleged to have occurred March 15, 2014, in Bonner Springs, Kan.

If convicted, he faces a maximum penalty of 10 years in federal prison and a fine up to $250,000 on each of the firearms charges and a maximum penalty of 20 years and a fine up to $1 million on the drug charge.

The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives and the Bonner Springs Police Department investigated. Special Assistant U.S. Attorney Erin Tomasic is prosecuting.

Classes, workshops offered in Bonner Springs

The Bonner Springs Arts Alliance is offering several workshops and classes this summer.
Some of the classes include:
Basket Weaving 1, four sessions, Kim Acton, age 12 and older, 10 a.m. July 28 to Aug. 1.
Make-up Artistry, Kristin Paxton, 6-8 p.m. July 11, $40.
Line Dancing, age 18 and older, Mona Lisa Studio – Suzanne Hern, 7-8 p.m. on the second and fourth Tuesday, $5 per class.
Young Artist, Mona Lisa Studio – Suzanne Hern, $15 per workshop.
Teen Artist, Mona Lisa Studio – Suzanne Hern, $60 for four weeks.
Art Basics, 18 and older, Mona Lisa Studio – Suzanne Hern, $60 for four weeks.
Voice, Jamie Koval, $50 to $60 per lesson.
Musical Theatre, age 14-17, $100.
Improv, age 14-17, $150.
Ball Juggling, Eric Pratt, 12 and older, 1-3 p.m. July 12, $25.
Juggling, Eric Pratt, 12 and older, 1-3 p.m. Aug. 3 and 10, $25.
Art Basics Workshop, Anita Shikles, 9:30 a.m. to noon July 19, $35.
Art Basics Classes, Anita Shikles, 7-8:30 p.m. Tuesdays in August, four sessions, $60.
For more information about classes and workshops, with more details, visit BonnerSpringsArtsAlliance.org.
Classes may have a minimum number of students required, and supplies may be extra. All class fees must be paid in advance.