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2016-17 Northwest Cheer Squad Announced

By Kevin Maloney, Sports Information Director/NWCCRANGERS.COM SENATOBIA – Twenty-one students at Northwest Mississippi Community College have been selected as Ranger cheerleaders for the 2016-17 season, according to cheer coach and sponsor Liesl Mote. Tryouts were held at the McLendon Center

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Northwest theatre students working to endow scholarship

Theatre students are accustomed to working long hours learning lines and rehearsing for productions. The theatre students at Northwest Mississippi Community College are going a step further in working hard to endow a scholarship honoring a beloved theatre instructor. Jo

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Jackson named Most Beautiful at Northwest Beauty Review

Northwest Mississippi Community College freshman Rachel Pearl Jackson of Southaven was named Most Beautiful at the Northwest Beauty Review on March 26. The event was held in Howard Coliseum on the Senatobia campus. Twenty-three young women competed in this year’s

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Northwest sophomore art students’ work to be exhibited

The April art exhibit at Northwest Mississippi Community College will feature the work of sophomore art students, according to Lawayne House, Northwest art chair. The work will be on display at the Northwest Art Gallery, located on the Senatobia campus,

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Northwest 2016 All-Mississippi Academic Team Honorees recognized

Northwest Mississippi Community College students Ashlinn Webster of Hernando, Matthew Bosley of Nesbit, Madison McClanahan of Hernando and Dixie Quinn, Tatyana Wadley and Daniel Pompa, all of Oxford, were honored on March 22 by the Mississippi Legislature for being named

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Sponsors and participants needed for April 21 “Shoot for the Heart” event

The sixth annual local “Shoot for the Heart” event to benefit the Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Nursing will take place on Thursday, April 21 at the Willows Sporting Clays Center in Tunica. Northwest is looking for sponsors and

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National Championship football team honored at EDF banquet

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Ranger Football team was recognized for winning the 2015 NJCAA National Championship during the 18th annual Tate County Economic Development Foundation banquet on March 21. Parke Pepper, right, EDF board member congratulates Northwest Head Coach

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Northwest DeSoto DECA students shine at state competition

Collegiate DECA students from Northwest Mississippi Community College’s DeSoto Center participated in the DECA State Conference Feb. 24-26 in Southaven. Enrollment in Northwest DECA is limited to Business and Marketing Management Technology or Hotel and Restaurant Management Technology students. The

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Northwest HEADWAE recipients honored at March Board of Trustees meeting

Pictured: Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears, left, congratulated Northwest’s 2016 HEADWAE recipients, l-r, Kayleigh Morgan Sims, a sophomore from Randolph studying elementary education and Jeff Triplett, music instructor, at the Northwest Board of Trustees meeting on

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Auditions for Northwest drum major, guard and Rangerettes set

Auditions for drum major, guard, and Rangerette scholarships at Northwest Mississippi Community College are coming up, according to John Mixon, Fine Arts Division director. Drum major auditions for the Ranger Marching Band will be held on Saturday, May 7 from

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