Monthly Archives: July 2018

Mote, Greenlee nominated to attend state college leadership academy

Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (left) congratulates Liesl Mote, student activities manager (center) and Darlene Greenlee, counselor, Lafayette-Yalobusha Technical Center (right) at the July Board of Trustees meeting. The two were nominated by college administration to attend the 2018-2019 Mississippi Community College Leadership Academy (MCCLA). The MCCLA is organized around the practical […]

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NMEC donates to Northwest Foundation scholarships endowment

Dr. C. L. Stevenson (left), co-director of the North Mississippi Education Consortium (NMEC), recently presented a check for $10,000 on behalf of the consortium to Dr. Michael Heindl, president of Northwest Mississippi Community College. NMEC established a scholarship endowment in 2007 and has contributed more than $124,000 to the endowment, creating a permanent source of […]

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Northwest Board of Trustees members recognized for service

At their recent state meeting,Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Michael Heindl (right) congratulated members of the Northwest Board of Trustees for their service to the college. Receiving awards were (l-r) Steve White of Lafayette County, 10 years; Jamie Anderson of Tallahatchie County, 10 years and David Hargett, Tallahatchie County, 30 years. (Photo submitted)

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Ranger Bluegrass Festival volunteer orientation sessions scheduled

The Northwest Ranger Bluegrass Festival committee is offering two volunteer orientation sessions for those who plan to help at the upcoming Oct. 13 festival. According to volunteer and activities coordinator Angie Stuart, volunteers are strongly encouraged to attend one of the two sessions being offered. The sessions will be held at the festival site, the […]

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Paula Tatum Brown honored by renaming of husband’s scholarship

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Foundation has announced that the name of Paula Tatum Brown will be added to The Thomas Edward (Tommy) Brown Endowment to honor the memory of this dear and distinctive wife, mother, grandmother, and friend The original endowment was established in 2013 by Paula and their two sons, Tatum and Hugh.  […]

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Northwest adult education recognized for most graduates

Northwest Mississippi Community College was recently recognized with the “Gold Glove Award” by the office of Adult Education, Mississippi Community College Board as the institution that achieved the highest number of High School Equivalency diplomas (HSEs) conferred during the fiscal year 2017-2018. According to Tim Chavez, director of Adult Education, at the time the certificate […]

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Beloved wife’s name added to C. Chadwick Williams endowment

Cara (pronounced “CAR-ee”) Reba Caldwell Williams and C. Chadwick Williams were married in 1944. “With 65 years together at the time of Chad’s death in 2009, it is fitting that Reba Williams’ name would be added to the C. Chadwick Williams Endowment that was established at Northwest Mississippi Community College in honor of Chad by […]

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Northwest to offer full time evening welding program

Northwest Mississippi Community College is offering a full time evening Welding and Cutting program beginning Aug. 20. The program runs Monday through Friday from 4 -10 p.m. and covers MIG, TIG, Fluxcore, ARC welding, blueprint reading and plasma cutting.  Financial aid is available and students who complete the program successfully will graduate with a career […]

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