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Northwest Nursing Division to offer Informational Sessions

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will begin offering free Informational Sessions for anyone interested in applying to the Associate Degree Nursing (ADN) program, according to Dr. Denise Bynum, division director. The first two sessions are scheduled for

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Kids Kollege gets underway with tennis, volleyball camps

  Right: Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Kids Kollege recently offered a Tennis Camp for 8-14 year olds. Senatobia High School Tennis Coach Leanne Meng and Sara Whitten Atwood, Campus Police operations coordinator, were the instructors for the camp. Participants included

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Northwest new student orientation dates set for July 12, 13, 19 and 20

Summer orientation/registration dates have been set at Northwest Mississippi Community College, according to college officials. The dates for orientation on all campuses are July 12, 13, 19 and 20. Orientation will begin at 9 a.m. on those dates at the

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Northwest Board of Trustees extends President’s contract

At its monthly meeting, held June 9 on the Senatobia campus, the Northwest Mississippi Community College Board of Trustees voted to extend the contract of Northwest President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears for an additional two years, according to Jerry Moore,

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2016 Rangerettes hold first meeting

 The 2016 Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangerettes held their first meeting recently. The Rangerettes are front row, (l-r) Victhianalis Rodriguez, captain of Byhalia and Kendall McCoy, captain, of Olive Branch. Middle row, l-r are Katelyn Love of Oxford, Jade Ruth of

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Sledge Family Endowment established at Northwest

The Sledge Family Endowment was established by Northwest Mississippi Community College alumna, Dr. Patsy Sledge of Senatobia, as a tribute to her siblings and in appreciation to the excellent educational foundation each received at Northwest. Sledge was a student at

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Bluff City Funeral Directors and Morticians Association Endowment established

Bluff City Funeral Directors and Morticians Association has recently established The Bluff City Funeral Directors and Morticians Association Endowment at Northwest Mississippi Community College, according to Sybil Canon, Northwest associate vice president of Development and Special Projects. According to Canon,

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Northcentral EPA joins BancorpSouth to sponsor 2+2 Golf Tourney

Recently, Northcentral Electric Power Association announced that it is joining BancorpSouth as a title sponsor of the 2 + 2 Scholarship Golf Tournament. BancorpSouth has been the sole title sponsor since 2004. Under the leadership of tournament founders, Mike and Debra

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Vicki Hale Endowment established at Northwest

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing has established the Victoria Parker Hale Endowment in honor of long-time Division Director Vicki Hale. Hale served as division director of the Nursing Division from 1988-2008 when she retired from Northwest. After

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Freeland receives Senatobia Rotary scholarship

The winner of the Senatobia Rotary Scholarship for Northwest Mississippi Community College is Lane Freeland of Senatobia, center. Freeland will be a sophomore at Northwest in the fall. Congratulating Freeland, left to right, is Sybil Canon, associate vice president of

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