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Northwest Head Football coach speaks at Senatobia Rotary Club

Northwest Mississippi Community College Head Football Coach Benjy Parker (center) spoke about the Rangers’ upcoming season at the Senatobia Rotary Club on Aug. 26. Bailey Hunt, Rotary club president (far left) welcomed (left to right) Bubba Skelton, Northwest athletic director;

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Northwest nursing honor students conduct health fair

Alpha Delta Nu nursing honor society inductees from Northwest Mississippi Community College recently hosted a health fair as a part of their induction process. The fair was held at LifePointe Village, an assisted living facility located in Southaven. The inductees

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Northwest Nursing Advisory Board holds meeting

Pictured: The Northwest Mississippi Community College Nursing Advisory Board met in the Nursing Building on June 23. Numerous members of Northwest nursing and other faculty, staff and administration attended the meeting, including Bill Dawson, member of the Northwest Board of

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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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Foundation receives scholarship donation from Bancorp South

Since 2000, BancorpSouth has provided full-tuition scholarships for students attending Northwest Mississippi Community College. The most recent contribution brings the total to $82,800. Receiving the check for the 2016-17 scholarship award from Walt Parker (right), branch manager of the Senatobia

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Northwest student, instructor honored at Senatobia Rotary

Emalee Edmonds of Senatobia (center), a sophomore studying criminal justice, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s May Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Edwards (left to right) are Whitney Nickels, criminal justice instructor, Kelli Edmonds, mother,

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Northwest CTWE Advisory Breakfast held on April 20

Over 100 North Mississippi business and industry leaders attended the Northwest Mississippi Community College Career, Technical and Workforce Education (CTWE)/District Workforce Development Council annual Advisory Committee Meeting on April 20 at the David M. Haraway Center on the Senatobia campus.

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Walker named Senatobia Rotary Student of the Month

Christina Walker of Southaven (center), a sophomore art student, was named the Senatobia Rotary Club’s April Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College. Congratulating Walker (left to right) are Ashley Chavis, art instructor and Rotary President, Hunter Taylor.

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Northwest Library to present “Give Yourself Some Credit” on April 27

As a part of Money Smart Week, Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Division of Learning Resources will present “Give Yourself Some Credit” on Wednesday, April 27 at 2 p.m. in the R.C. Pugh Library Viewing Room. Pam Hawks, director of Marketing

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Dandridge named Tate County Educator of the Year

Northwest Mississippi Community College Business and Office Technology Instructor Sheila Dandridge, right, was named Tate County Educator of the Year at the 18th annual Tate County Economic Development Foundation banquet on March 21. Congratulating Dandridge is Coldwater Mayor Vernon Jackson,

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