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Wednesday, June 8, 2011 The Herald –3
Franklin Elementary awards
Franklin ElementarySchool held its annualawards assembly on Tuesdayto honor students for theirachievements for the 2010-11school year.Student CouncilCertificates were issuedfor the following students:Greta Fitch, Marissa Sheeter,Megan Cooley, TaylorKunkleman, Devyn Carderand Caleb Lucas.Eli Wurst, Caleb Lucasand Tyler Gorman were pre-sented certificates for raisingand lowering the flag eachschool day.Fifth Grade students whowere in charge of helpingwatch kindergarten studentsin the morning were present-ed a certificate. Those stu-dents were Kali Edgington,Kristina Claypool, ClaireSensibaugh, Madison Springand Tristine Lehmkuhle.Fifth-grade students whohelped in the office duringthe school year were: SarahMiller, Kendall Marquiss andMegan Cooley. (Certificate)Fourth- and fifth-fradestudents who helped in thecafeteria each day were givena certificate. They are: HaileySmith, Kirsten Warneckein fourth grade; and ClaireSensibaugh, Hannah Welker,Jason Ditto and Tyler Brattonin the fifth grade.
The Franklin SchoolSpelling Bee winner wasSarah Cline.
She receiveda $50 savings bond and acertificate. In second placewas Casey Williams. Shealso received a certificate.Other spelling bee partici-pants were: Rylee Heiing,Kenzie Brinkman, HaleySmith, Hailey Brenneman,Kylie Gossett, HannahVanSchoyck, Curtis Brown,Kole McKee, Brady Welker,Holly Dellinger, NathanielDavis, Alexis Bailey, ClaireSensibaugh, Jason Ditto,Dakota Caudill and CraigHickman.
Quiz Bowl participantsthis year were:
Brenen Auer,Jason Ditto, Caleb Lucas,Claire Sensibaugh, HollyDellinger, Kendall Marquissand Jacqueline Nichols.
Certificates wereawarded to the followingstudents in the 5th GradeMathematics Contest:
JasonDitto (Certificate & Book),Marissa Sheeter, Sarah Cline,Nathaniel Davis, Isasc Schuckand Tristan Wannemacher.
Franklin School com-peted in the God, Flag andCountry Speech Contest.
The winner of this activ-ity was Claire Sensibaugh.Sarah Miller and ParkerBrantley each receivedHonorable Mention. Otherparticipants were: BrenenAurer, Jacqueline Nichols,Jenna Dunlap, Tyler Klint,Holly Dellinger and TaylorKunkleman..
The following studentswere awarded certificatesfor Perfect Attendance:
IanRex, Veronica Sroufe, RenatoVillegas, Kentryan Brocka,Douglas Long, Jr., KalieUlm, Kylie Gossett, SamuelHarvey, Timothy Mankeyand Thomas Stechschulte,
Students who earnedCitizenship or Principal’sAwards on the Honor RollCitizenship Award:
Elizabeth Bollinger, AleighaSchabbing, Savanah Smith,Libby Baker, AnthonyBodine, ChristopherBurk, Kaleb Catlett, ReissClemons, Logan Jones,Madison McClure, HarleyMenke, Jayden Michael,Danny Schleeter, III, CalumShanahan, Jordan Moening,Jayda Rader, Devan Samons,Kimberly Schaffner, KaileyBodine, Jaylin Joseph,Kelsey Lindeman, TyraynaOlmeda, Cody Osting,Dalton Place, JoshuaRadler, Chase Bailey, DylanBrinkman, Erica Crawford,Trevor Cross, Logan Herron,Dakota Mathison, HunterMericle, Taylor Thompson,Johnathan Brooks, VirginiaBrotherwood, Shelby Davis,Timothy Hall, Haylee Kohler,Zoe Martin, Madilynn Schuck,Logan Teman, Kent Brocka,Madison Farler, Kyla Louagie,Hailey Brenneman, DominicEstrada, Samuel Harvey,Katlyn Schleeter, DariusShurelds, Darnell Simpson,Jr., Kassadee Stechschulte,Hannah VanSchoyck, KyrstinWarnecke, Seth Brinkman,Sidney Claypool, HunterHaehn, Kayla Horton, SaraSamons, Brady Welker,Rebecca White, AugustWurst, Braden Hammons,Craig Hickman, TimothyMankey, Madison Spring,Matthew Wiechart, KristinaClaypool, Logan Kill, TylerKlint, Jenna Lambert, HaleyMartin, Scott Mills, RobertStevenson, IV, Eli Wurst,Savannah Zickefoose, AlexisBailey, Kali Edgington,Jayden Moore and HannahWelker.
Haven Bowen, ElizabethChung, Keira Coil, MakennaCooley, Jayden Crites, AlainaCross, Kaylee Fee, JoslynJames, Jaycee Klinger, JacobMcConnahea, Kayne Miller,Cole Pierner, Kaden Sellers,Logan Stemen, EmileeStuteville, Megan Whitaker,Hunter Altman, Alexis Banks,Myka Donathan, HunterGraham, Alyssa Harshman,Dylan Heiing, Xandra Houx,Matthew Long, MersaydesParsons, Reid Siefker, KadenSmith, Iszabel Anderson,Colin Bailey, ConnorBurris, Audrey Coil, JessicaDudgeon, Kyra Foust, AlexisGossett, Kaleb Jones, TylerMetzger, Ian Rex, GarrettRichardson, Laci Roby, AnnaSpring, Grace Becker, AlexaChung, Kendall Jester, AdaraLapham, Seth Teman, EthanDunlap, Nickolaus Hickman,Danielle Hohlbein, JacobKing, Kaden Overholt, AbbieRiordan, Ian Wannemacher,Conner Braun, DelaneyDeuel, Troy Smith, RenatoVillegas, Megan Vogt,Kaitlyn Arrizola, CollinArroyo, Donna Decker, ZackDudgeon, Robert Huttis,Michael Miller, Anna Cline,Nathaniel Dunning, DustinHarruff, Brady Johnston,Samantha Knepper, ChloeKunkleman, AshtonMoore, Kalie Ulm, CollinMuhlenkamp, Addy Stewart,Kenzie Brinkman, RyleeHeiing, Alyssa Hohlbein,John Short, Haley Smith,Conner Anspach, KylieGossett, Kole McKee, DylanNagel, Brenen Auer, SarahCline, Jesse Culp, JenniferDitto, Greta Fitch, MaggieKimmett, Jacqueline Nichols,Marissa Sheeter, JennaDunlap, Tyler Gorman, CalebLucas, Kendall Marquiss,Claire Sensibaugh, KaelinAnders, Parker Brantley,Megan Cooley, NathanielDavis, Holly Dellinger,Alaina Kortokrax, TaylorKunkleman and MacyWallace.
Students receivingWildcat Honors were:
ReoClemons, Sabian Lawrence,Damien Linser, AdaleePurk, Paige Scott, MadelineWeitzel, Jacob Groch, SarahMetzner, Emmalee Riddell,Gregory Rose, VeronicaSroufe, Joshua Wiseman,Carson Muhlenkamp, RileySmith, Karlie Ulm, EmilyDienstberger, Emma Mueller,Megan Weitzel, Sarah Miller,Devyn Carder, Jason Dittoand Casey Williams.
Students receiving cer-tificates for the PresidentialPhysical Fitness Awardsare:
Logan Herron, HunterMericle, Taylor Thompson,Samuel Bailey, MadilynSchuck, Addy Stewart,Madison McConnahea,Darnell Simpson, Jr., ConnerAnspach, Brenen Auer,Mikayla Bennett, Jesse Culp,Jacqueline Nichols, TylerBratton, Devyn Carder,Kendall Marquiss, ClaireSensibaugh, Kaelin Andersand Ramone Olmeda.
Students receiving cer-tificates for the NationalPhysical Fitness Awardsare:
Collin Arroyo, BraxtonHuttis, Jarron Kaylor, MichaelMiller, Brianna Pruitt,Johnathan Brooks, NathanielDunning, Derek Hettesheimer,Chloe Kunkleman, BradenLintermoot, John Pseekos,Kalie Ulm, Kent Brocka,Alex East, Logan Hubert,Jaylen Jefferson, AustinJones, Kyla Louagie, KobeSmith, Devan Wright, IswiahClay, Dominic Estrada,Rylee Heiing, Jayden Hurles,Lucas Ketham, KatlynnSchleetr, Matthew Schroeder,Victoria White, CurtisBrown, Chandler Coil, KylieGossett, Hunter Haehn, KoleMcKee, Jose Wills, DakotaCaudill, Jennifer Ditto, CraigHickman, Marissa Sheeter,Joshua Taylor-Arnold, TylerTownsend, Davion Tyson,Kristina Claypool, TylerGorman, Tyler Klint, CalebLucas, Casey Williams,Savannah Zickefoose andKali Edgington.There were 130 stu-dents receiving participationPhysical Fitness Awards.Pat Poling, the schoollibrarian, presented 41Library Awards.Megan Ryan presented163 Art Awards.
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COLUMBUS (AP) —An aggravated murder caseagainst an illegal immigrantwas dropped because a judgeruled that a Spanish interpreterflubbed reading the man hisrights in a police interview, anewspaper reported Tuesday.A prosecutor said that therewasn’t enough evidence togo to trial after a FranklinCounty Common Pleas judgeruled last month to suppressthe statements that AntonioM. Martinez-Nunez madein phone interviews withReynoldsburg police, TheColumbus Dispatch reported.“His statements were thecornerstone of our case,” saidAssistant Prosecutor MarkWodarcyk, who had moved todismiss the charges.Martinez-Nunez, 31, hadbeen charged with nine counts,including aggravated murderand abuse of a corpse in thedeath of Armondo CasillasCastanedo, whose bodywas found in a parked carin the Columbus suburb of Reynoldsburg in August 2009.Police think Castanedo, a36-year-old illegal immigrant,was killed a few days earlierin a feud over drug territory.An autopsy determined that hewas asphyxiated.Martinez-Nunez was a sus-pect when he was arrested bythe border patrol as he triedto re-enter the country ille-gally in Texas in February2010, the newspaper reported.Reynoldsburg police con-ducted a phone interview withMartinez-Nunez from Texaswith the help of a Spanishinterpreter in Reynoldsburg,but a defense interpreter foundthat the first interpreter gaveMartinez-Nunez incompleteMiranda warnings of hisrights.
Murder casedropped overlanguage barrier