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  • Northeast holds 32nd Annual Livestock Classic

    by jamesc  12/1/2016 12:26:28 PM --  NORFOLK – Four hundred fifty-two head of livestock were shown during the 32nd Annual Northeast Community College Livestock Classic held over the Thanksgiving Day weekend here. Mike Roeber, Northeast agriculture/livestock judging instructor and event organizer, said exhibitors from five states (Colorado, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota and Nebraska) took part in the two-day event at the Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex.

  • Middle school students get taste of college at Northeast

    by jamesc  11/30/2016 8:05:56 AM --  NORFOLK – On Wednesdays this fall, several Norfolk Public School students have been getting a taste of higher education. The middle school students, participants in the school district’s Aftershock after school program, have had the chance to take part in career exploration camps at Northeast Community College.

  • Students are star struck during robotics competition at Northeast

    by jamesc  11/29/2016 10:34:41 AM --  NORFOLK – College and high school students tested their robotics prowess recently at Northeast Community College. Northeast and Wayne State College sponsored the first of two VEX Robotics competitions in the Lifelong Learning Center.

  • Holiday concert planned at Northeast

    by amandab  11/23/2016 8:52:13 AM --  NORFOLK - The music department at Northeast Community College invites everyone to get in the holiday spirit with a concert to be held in December. The Northeast Community College Holiday Concert, which is free and open to the public, will be held on Sunday, December 4, at 2 p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on the Norfolk campus.

  • Trowbridge reads from his writings at Northeast event

    by jamesc  11/23/2016 8:00:14 AM --  William Trowbridge, the past poet laureate for the state of Missouri, reads from his works at Northeast Community College. Trowbridge, Kansas City, MO, was joined by Zach Drees, Wayne, during the College’s final Visiting Writers Series event of the semester.

  • New presentation series at Northeast offers perspectives on business

    by amandab  11/22/2016 9:32:51 AM --  NORFOLK - The Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) Club at Northeast Community College has introduced a new series of business-focused talks that are open to all Northeast students. “PBL Presents - Hawk Talks” is a new, recurring series of presentations on various business topics that will be held at Northeast throughout the academic year.

  • Creating poetry students to read from works on December 7

    by amandab  11/22/2016 9:29:19 AM --  NORFOLK - Students in Creating Poetry I and II at Northeast Community College will read selections from their works written during the fall semester at an upcoming presentation. The public is invited to the free student reading on Wednesday, December 7, at 7 p.m. in the Northeast Community College Library Resource Center on the Norfolk campus.

  • Meis named 2016 AG-ceptional Woman of the Year

    by jamesc  11/18/2016 11:35:30 AM --  NORFOLK, NE – An Elgin woman has been recognized for her contributions to agriculture. Anne Meis was honored as the AG-ceptional Woman of the Year at the 8th Annual AG-ceptional Women’s Conference Friday at the Lifelong Learning Center at Northeast Community College here.

  • Sehi is 2016 Northeast distinguished alumnus

    by jamesc  11/18/2016 9:35:16 AM --  KEARNEY, NE – A Norfolk businessman has been recognized by the Nebraska Community College Association (NCCA). John W. Sehi was honored for outstanding career achievement recently with the NCCA’s Northeast Community College Area Distinguished Alumni Award during the organization’s annual meeting here. The award is presented annually to one alumnus from each of the five of the state’s community college areas.

  • Sazama recognized by board of governors

    by jamesc  11/18/2016 9:10:01 AM --  Major Wendi Sazama addresses members of the Northeast Community College Board of Governors during their monthly meeting recently in Norfolk while she was home on leave. Sazama, originally from Bloomfield, was one of three alumni inducted into Northeast’s Hall of Success in October, however, she was unable to attend the ceremony.

  • Northeast observes Veterans Day

    by jamesc  11/11/2016 11:46:56 AM --  NORFOLK – Students, faculty and staff at Northeast Community College came together on Friday to pay tribute to veterans of the United States military. Approximately 200 people filled the College’s Cox Activities Center Theatre for a Veterans Day program, sponsored by the Northeast Student Veterans Organization (SVO).

  • Northeast president visits Hartington

    by jamesc  11/11/2016 7:23:51 AM --  Rusty Flamig, coordinator of Northeast Community College’s Regional Office in Hartington, (left) visits with Dr. Michael Chipps, Northeast president recently. Chipps was in the Cedar County community to speak during a Hartington Chamber of Commerce coffee.

  • Northeast to host annual livestock classic, higher numbers expected

    by amandab  11/10/2016 10:40:54 AM --  NORFOLK -Northeast Community College will again host its annual Livestock Classic Steer and Heifer Show over the Thanksgiving holiday weekend this year. The show, now in its 32nd year, will be held Friday and Saturday, November 25 and 26 at the Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex in Norfolk.

  • GMOs to be discussed at Northeast Food for Thought Forum

    by jamesc  11/9/2016 8:14:51 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College will sponsor a forum prior to the upcoming AG-ceptional Women's Conference. Matt Dolch, of Syngenta, will speak on genetically modified organisms in his talk, “The Truth About GMOs,” on Thursday, November 17, at 7 p.m. in the Cox Activities Center on the Northeast campus in Norfolk. It is free and open to the public.

  • Northeast to honor military veterans

    by jamesc  11/4/2016 4:18:05 PM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College is commemorating the efforts and sacrifices of current and past members of the armed forces in November. The College’s Student Veterans Organization (SVO) will sponsor a Veterans Day program on Friday, November 11, at 11 a.m., in the Cox Activities Center Theatre on the Northeast campus here. The program is free and open to the public.

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