Johnstown resident Judith Holbrook, a senior English major at Otterbein College, was recognized June 4 with the H. Robert Pollock Speech Education Award.

Johnstown resident Judith Holbrook, a senior English major at Otterbein College, was recognized June 4 with the H. Robert Pollock Speech Education Award.

The award is presented to a current full-time enrolled junior or senior who intends to teach at a secondary level or who intends to enroll in graduate school and teach communication at the college level.

Judith is the daughter of Jack and Betsy Holbrook of Johnstown.

Two Licking County residents are among 96 Ohio high school students to win an Ohio State University Land Grant Opportunity Scholarship.

Allen Aston, a recent Northridge High School graduate, and Andrew Vine, a recent Johnstown-Monroe High School graduate, will be first-year students at OSU in the fall.

Scholarship recipients are leaders ranked near the top of their high school class.

Franklin University recently announced its President's List for the Winter 2008 trimester.

Johnstown residents who were named to the list include: Dawn Ball, Nathan Ball, Chris Cochenour, Christine Dunlap, Kelly Panza, Wendy Pearce, Kathryn Sloane and Zachary Spencer.

To be eligible for the President's List, a student must successfully complete at least eight credit hours and achieve a grade-point average of 4.0.

Johnstown residents named to Franklin's Dean's List, achieving between a 3.50 and 3.99 grade-point average, were Cori Gearhart, Clint Krotzer and Amy Skaggs.

Ohio Wesleyan University has announced that 535 students were named to the Dean's List for the Spring semester.

Johnstown resident Jenna L. Teeters was named to the list. In order to qualify, students must achieve a grade-point average of 3.5 or better.