receive student honors First Bank & Trust is pleased to announce Philip Munkvold and Alicia Enterman as October's Students of the Month. As a result of their nomination both students will receive $100 scholarships to reward their excellence. Munkvold has performed extremely well in the classroom while at VHS. Outside of maintaining a high academic record, he is involved in choir, show choir, journalism, National Honor Society, Natural Helpers, and Suicide Awareness. In addition to his academic accomplishments and extracurricular activities, Munkvold also works at Hy-Vee. According to his faculty endorser, "Munkvold is intuitive, thoughtful, and charismatic in his role (as an officer for VHS's National Honor Society)." He is still undecided on where he will attend college. However, Munkvold would like to major in music education in order to teach at the high school or college level. Enterman was chosen for her academic accomplishments and for being active in numerous extracurricular organizations at VHS. She was noted by her faculty sponsor for "possessing the ability to multi-task, prepare documents and contribute positively to the state coordination of the National Honors Society's Blood Drives. "Enterman has been a three year all-state band member, three year quad state band member, National Honor Society, honor roll, and served as a Girl's State delegate. She was also a National Merit Semifinalist. Next year, Enterman plans to attend college to pursue an English or philosophy major. First Bank & Trust congratulates Philip Munkvold and Alicia Enterman as Students of the Month for October, 2008 and wish them the best of luck in the future.
Ardell K. Hatch, 93, of Vermillion, passed away Monday, Dec. 9, 2013, at the Sanford Vermillion Hospital. Ardell was born … Read Article