The following students have been named Augsbury/North Country Scholars at St. Lawrence University in Canton: Amanda J. Durocher of Saranac Central School, Danielle M. Duso of Beekmantown High School, Alyssa G. Felio of Peru Central, Felicia Krieg of Plattsburgh High, Nikkole L. LaForest of Saranac Central, Zachary J. Lavigne of Peru Central, Danielle N. Morales of Northern Adirondack Central, Jared J. Pellerin of Seton Catholic Central, Dustin J. Rabideau of Plattsburgh High, Amber J. Rice of Beekmantown High, Kallene W. Ryan of Northern Adirondack Central, Jordan D. Spiegel of Chazy Central and Brittany L. Taylor of AuSable Valley Central.Also, Ashley E. Alden of Willsboro Central, Laura A. Bolan of Newcomb Central, Elizabeth J. Brown of Keene Central, Katherine M. Delaney of Lake Placid, The Clarkson School, Liza W. Goodwin of Keene Central, Joseph L. Huttig of Elizabethtown-Lewis Central, Danielle M. Lanphear of Minerva Central, Louise M. McGoldrick of Westport Central, Daniel J. Arcadi of St. Regis Falls Central, Alissa L. Beideck of Saranac Lake High, Evan A.W. Bujold of Tupper Lake High, Kathryn L. Favaro of Chateaugay Central, Tyler R. Goodrow of St. Regis Falls Central, Hannah J. Littlefield of Tupper Lake High, Sarah C. Mader of Saranac Lake High, Matthew J. Skelly of Franklin Academy, Timothy E. St. Onge of Salmon River Central and Katelyn L. Vensel of Franklin Academy.Reagan Terry has been honored with the Woman of Promise Award, given annually by St. Bonaventure University's School of Journalism and Mass Communication.Terry, a senior from Brushton, received the award from Dr. Mary A. Hamilton, a retired associate professor of journalism and mass communication at St. Bonaventure. The award is presented to a St. Bonaventure senior who sets a good example for her peers and excels both in and out of the classroom.Terry, a 2003 graduate of Brushton-Moira Central School, has concentrated on courses in broadcasting and public relations at St. Bonaventure and has been named to the dean's list every semester of her four years.She has interned with several organizations, including her hometown newspaper, the Malone Telegram. She has also been involved with several clubs and organizations on campus, including The Buzz, SBU-TV, the Student Ambassador Program and the Bonaventure Choir.Julia Day, daughter of John and Donna Day and 2003 graduate of Saranac Central School, will be a teaching assistant at Plattsburgh State in bio-psychology. She will be double majoring in psychology and art therapy and minoring in photography.