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Northwest students place in Collegiate DECA culinary competition

What do catfish, sweet potatoes, cabbage and grits have in common? They were all ingredients in the mystery basket at the Culinary Competition for Collegiate DECA members held on Feb. 3, where Northwest Mississippi Community College students studying Hotel and

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Northwest hosts SkillsUSA District 1 high school competition

Pictured: Northwest Mississippi Community College hosted the District 1 competition for Mississippi SkillsUSA on Feb. 10. Northwest Career-Technical students assisted in the preparation and execution of the competition. Michael Sharp (far right) of South Panola High School competes in the Automotive Service

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Northwest welding students make bench for ECE students

Students from Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Welding and Cutting program answered the call from the college’s Early Childhood Education instructors and created a bench for the children in their program. The bench will be used for inside play activities. Pictured

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Taylor named Senatobia Rotary Club Student of the Month

Larisha Taylor, second from left, a freshman practical nursing student from Bolivar, Tennessee was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s January Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Taylor left to right are, Robin Douglas, assistant dean of

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Northwest Agricultural Technology program recognized

Recently, Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Agricultural Technology/John Deere program received a College of Tomorrow award from the John Deere Company. The award, which was presented during the John Deere Tech Administrator meeting, serves as a ranking system for the 21

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Northwest DECA students win first place in Start Up Day event

DECA students from Northwest Mississippi Community College’s DeSoto Center recently participated in the DECA Start-Up Day event in Raymond. The event, which was sponsored by Innovation Mississippi and WalMart, was a challenge to create or invent a new product. Northwest students

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Industrial Electronics student currently working as intern in A.M.P. program

Jeannette Horton of Senatobia, left, is a freshman industrial electronics and engineering technology (IEET) student at Northwest Mississippi Community College who is currently an industrial maintenance intern at Windsor Foods in Oakland. She is learning some new processes from her

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DeSoto Center Respiratory Therapy students participate in recruiting event

Recently, Northwest Mississippi Community College students from the Desoto Center were on hand to offer information about the college’s respiratory therapy program during the college’s Go West recruiting event on the Senatobia campus. Pictured left to right are Stephanie Scott

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Senatobia Cosmetology students compete in class for SkillsUSA preparation

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Cosmetology class at the Senatobia campus recently participated in an in-class competition to prepare their students for the upcoming SkillsUSA competitions. Robin Douglas, assistant dean of Career, Technical and Workforce Education; Shannon Mayo, career-technical counselor and local

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Former practical nursing instructor honored with scholarship

 The Jayne E. River Scholarship Endowment was honored at the scholarship reception at Northwest Mississippi Community College on Sept. 30 in Senatobia. The scholarship was established by her husband Keith and children, Heather River McLellan and Steffi River. Before her

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