Local students awarded UI scholarships
The cost of living continues to increase, but the University of Idaho is working hard to ensure that doesn't impact those seeking an education. More than 6,000 students have been awarded a combined $22 million in scholarship support from the University of Idaho for the 2008-09 academic year. 
"Affordability and accessibility for all students is important to the University of Idaho, said Dan Davenport, director of Admissions and Financial Aid at the university. "Many students qualified for more than one type of financial aid, and we are pleased to provide another stepping stone to help students achieve their dreams."
Local students receiving scholarships from the U of I are Adeline Mary Lustig, Alex J. Richardson,   Anna Marie Osborne, Benjamin John Schumacher, Brandon Joseph Rehder, Calista Angela Karel, Carolyn Anne Sonnen, Danielle Audrey Stubbers, Dustin R. Behler, Forrest Tanner Johnson, Jenifer Lyn Von Bargen, Jessica Audrey Gehring, Justin M Smith, Kari Pauline Schumacher, Kelby Jon Wilson, Kylie Noelle Uhlorn, Tiffany Ann Schaeffer and Travis Daniel Uptmor all of Cottonwood; Amanda Dawn Jackson and Sienna Eve Benton of Ferdinand; Shane Matthew Wemhoff of Fenn; Kayla Elizabeth Uhlenkott, Lindsey Nicole Crea, Randi LeAnn Schumacher and Tabitha Marie Sonnen of Greencreek and Diana Crystal Geis of Keuterville.
 
 

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