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NTCC Phi Theta Kappa wins national USA Today competition

       Alpha Mu Chi, Northeast Texas Community College’s chapter of Phi Theta Kappa, earned national acclaim as one of four chapters to win the 2013 Honors Case Study Challenge competition sponsored by More »

Honors Northeast previews new film

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Members of Honors Northeast recently previewed their coming film on Harriet Potter Ames to the fall meeting of the Native Plant Society of Texas in Texarkana. The student presenters, who also acted in the film, and in some cases, researched the original script, role-played their characters for the meeting. Thanks to a generous gift from

Daingerfield Country Club wins Foundation golf tourney

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The Northeast Texas Community College Foundation recently held its annual golf tournament at Daingerfield Country Club in Daingerfield. This was the 27th consecutive year of the tournament. This year’s winning team (pictured) was Daingerfield Country Club with a score of 19 under. This is DCC’s second year in a row to win the tourney. The Foundation raised more than

Anne Semrau named Fittest Employee for September

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Paula Wilhite presents Anne Semrau (left) with a gift basket for being named NTCC’s Fittest Employee of the Month for September. To receive this award, an employee must be caught practicing  overt wellness behavior and attitude.  The Wellness Committee is on the lookout for a November recipient! Here’s a message from Anne regarding her personal wellness plan… My story (and every dietitian

Vicki Lawrence to perform at the Whatley Center

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Emmy Award- winning comedian Vicki Lawrence will perform at the Northeast Texas Community College campus in the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on Saturday, Nov. 8 at 7:30 p.m. Her tour is titled Vicki Lawrence and Mama: A Two Woman Show and features all new material. “My new show will not be a retrospective,”

Beverly Kelley gives work scholarship

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Beverly Kelley recently gave $1,000 to sponsor a student in the Northeast Texas Community College Work Scholarship Program. The gift is in memory of her husband, Milton Kelley.  Kelley (left) is pictured with Dr. Jonathan McCullough, NTCC Vice President for Advancement (right). If you would like to sponsor a Work Scholarship student, please contact McCullough at

Creative Writing 101 continuing education course offered

Have you ever dreamed of getting a short story published in a magazine or perhaps even having the next great novel listed on the New York Times bestseller list? Or, maybe you just have a good story to tell? Northeast Texas Community College and renowned author Lou Antonelli are offering Creative Writing 101 at the

NTCC Rodeo update

The Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) rodeo team has five members ranked in the 2014-2015 Southern Region standings after their second rodeo of the season. The team hopes to improve its place in the standings after this weekend’s home rodeo at the Mount Pleasant City Arena. Jessie Bean is ranked fourth in the saddle bronc

Berlin natives visit with NTCC German class

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Students in Northeast Texas Community College’s new German 1311 class recently had visitors from Berlin, Germany.  Uwe and Henny Goettert are currently living in Toronto while Henny completes her degree in molecular genetics.  They were visiting in the Pittsburg area with Henny’s former host family from 2000-2001, when she was a foreign exchange student to the

Honors Northeast announces 2014-2015 selections

Honors Northeast, the honors program of Northeast Texas Community College, is pleased to announce its class of Presidential Scholars and Honors Scholars for the 2014-2015 academic year. The group of 22 students includes one incoming valedictorian, and two salutatorians along with returning Boe, Caldwell, and Star-Award winners. The eight Presidential Scholars are elected to the highest tier

Men’s soccer continues winning streak

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The Northeast Texas Community College (NTCC) Men’s Eagles Soccer team won four of four games this week., shutting out Jacksonville College, Paris Junior College and Coastal Bend College, while giving up only one goal to Laredo Community College. The Eagles are now ranked fifth in the nation according to the National Junior College Athletic Association coaches poll this week. In the game against Jacksonville, Rimario Gordon (pictured)