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Northwest Homecoming Court shines in Sept. 20 ceremonies

  Right: Northwest Mississippi Community College President, Dr. Gary Lee Spears (far left) congratulates the college’s Homecoming queens as elected by the student body. Representing the three Northwest campuses are (left to right) Kristina Mays of Independence, Senatobia campus; Autumn

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Oxford Center Practical Nursing students receive scholarships

Pictured right: These Practical Nursing students, (l-r) Leslie Hobbs of Potts Camp, Felicia Hollis of Charleston, Candy Boyle of Coffeeville and Molly Falkner of Thaxton have been selected by their instructors to receive The Pauline Marchbanks Endowed Scholarship. The students

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Cast and crew set for upcoming Northwest production of “The Miss Firecracker Contest”

The Northwest Mississippi Community College Division of Fine Arts Theatre Department is in rehearsals for its next production, Beth Henley’s “The Miss Firecracker Contest.” The cast and crew for the production have been announced, according to director Sadie Shannon. Cast

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Hurt named Senatobia Rotary Club Student of the Month

The September Senatobia Rotary Club Student of the Month for Northwest Mississippi Community College is Dalton Hurt, second from left. Hurt is a sophomore education major from Lewisburg. Congratulating Hurt are (l-r) Julie Correro, division director of Education, Fay Hurt, grandmother

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Ranger band sports new uniforms

 Northwest Mississippi Community College band students, left to right, Melodi Goode of Horn Lake, LaJasmin Jackson of Senatobia and Breana Reyes of Southaven show off the Ranger Marching Band’s new uniforms. The band is currently preparing for Northwest’s Homecoming festivities

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“Meet the Rangers” set for Aug. 21 at Northwest’s Franklin Field

Northwest Mississippi Community College will start its fall sports season off right with the annual “Meet the Rangers” night on Thursday, Aug. 21 at 7 p.m. The football and men’s and women’s soccer teams, cheerleaders, Ranger Marching Band and Rangerettes

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Northwest students participate in Apex Leadership summit at Ole Miss

Four Northwest Mississippi Community College students participated in the Third Annual Community College Apex Leadership Summit July 20-22 at The University of Mississippi. Students from statewide community colleges participated in leadership training sessions throughout the weekend. Sharkey Luna of Coldwater,

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Northwest fall registration just around the corner

Registration for the fall semester at Northwest Mississippi Community College is just around the corner. Open registration and orientation for day classes for students who have not previously registered will be held on Thursday, Aug. 14 and Friday, Aug. 15

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New Northwest drum majors preparing for fall marching season

Morgan Van Nortwick of Olive Branch and Kacie Crain of Hernando have been named drum majors of the Northwest Mississippi Community College Ranger Band for 2014-2015, according to Justin Robinson, band director. Van Nortwick is a freshman general college major

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Ranger Band Council meets new director

Members of the Northwest Mississippi Community College Band Council met on June 25 to meet new assistant band director Justin Robinson and discuss plans for the upcoming year. Pictured left to right are John Ungurait, Northwest director of bands; Reid

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