Raleah C. Cisneros of Gillette was recognized and awarded for her community service and academic achievements at the recent Torchlight Laurels ceremony at the University of Wyoming.
She was presented with the James C. Hurst Scholarship, which recognizes minority student leaders.
Courtney Ryno and Jordan Stauffacher, both of Gillette, were named to the dean's list at Western Dakota Tech in Rapid City, S.D.
To qualify, they earned at least a 3.5 a grade point average as full-time students.
Two students of Gillette graduated from Augustana College in Sioux Falls, S.D.
Melissa Hadorn and Scott Hadorn both received master of arts degrees.
Brittney N. Helgoe of Gillette was named to the dean's list at Colorado State University in Pueblo, Colo. by earning at least a 3.5 grade point average as a full-time student.
Lee Sowada of Gillette graduated from Pacific University in Forest Grove, Ore., with a doctorate's degree in physical therapy.
Several students from Gillette were named to the honor rolls at Laramie County Community College.
Jason Frye, Jake Haskins, Shannon Ireland, Ashley Knofczynski and Cortney Krajnik qualified for the president's list by earning a cumulative 4.0 grade point average while taking 12 or more credit hours.
Jacob Fenster, Jesse Pond, Marissa Schultz and Callie Wilson qualified for the vice president's list by earning a cumulative grade point average between 3.5 and 3.99 while taking 12 or more credit hours.
Six students from Gillette graduated from Laramie County Community College with associate of arts degrees.
They are Kyle L. Avery, Brittany Lynn Barber, Marty Robert Neal, Jessica L. Salvatore, Marissa J. Schultz and Skylar A. Stitt.