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State officials present resolution in honor of national championship football team

Mississippi State Senator Bill Stone, District 10, second from left, and State Representative Trey Lamar, District 8, second from right, presented and read a resolution from the legislature congratulating Northwest Mississippi Community College on winning the 2015 NJCAA National Football

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Annual Ranger Rodeo set for April 21-23

by Kevin Maloney, Sports Information Director SENATOBIA – The annual Ranger Rodeo, presented by Sycamore Bank, is set for April 21-23 at the Northwest Mississippi Community College Multipurpose Arena. The main event will begin at 7:30 each night. Each night collegiate cowboys and

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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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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 receives championship ring donation from First Tennessee Bank

Mackey Moore (left), North Mississippi Regional President, and Candice Campbell, Financial Center Manager, of First Tennessee Bank have joined with a host of other supporters to provide championship rings for the Ranger Football Team, winner of the 2015 NJCAA National

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Wright resigns as Head Football Coach, Parker promoted

by Kevin Maloney, Sports Information Director SENATOBIA – Two months after leading the Rangers to an 11-1 record and their third NJCAA National Championship in program history, head football coach Jack Wright has resigned his position at Northwest to accept a

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Senatobia Lion’s Club donates to championship ring effort

Fundraising is underway to provide Northwest Mississippi Community College players and coaches with a commemorative ring to celebrate their winning the NJCAA Football championship. Senatobia Lion’s Club officers Tom Osborn, president, left, and Cliff Golden, treasurer, right, recently presented Northwest

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Ricky Price State Farm Insurance makes donation to championship ring effort

Ricky and Ann Price of State Farm Insurance Agency in Senatobia join other Northwest Mississippi Community College Ranger football supporters by presenting a check to Sybil Canon (right), associate vice president of Development, to assist in the fundraising effort to

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Guaranty Bank makes donation to national championship ring project

On hand to celebrate the National Championship win by the Northwest Mississippi Community College Rangers with Sybil Canon (second from right), associate vice president of Development, are officers with Guaranty Bank in Senatobia, (l-r) Addison Lawrence, relationship banker, Amanda Lehman,

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Op-Ed: Rangers bring home more than national football title

This editorial was written by Sarah Sapp, Director of Communications When I began working at Northwest Mississippi Community College in 2010 without having any prior community college experience, we won almost every football game. I thought that was just the

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