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NTCC bad weather procedure

In case of bad weather, NTCC’s decision to close or not will usually be made by 6 a.m. for day classes and by 3 p.m. for evening classes.  If the campuses are closed or classes cancelled, the official notice will be sent out via our emergency alert system (phone and e-mail) and a message will be

Continuing Education offers Creative Writing 101

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 again at

Whatley Center to host the Vienna Boys’ Choir

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The Whatley Center for the Performing Arts at Northeast Texas Community College will host the Vienna Boys’ Choir on Tuesday, March 3 at 7:30 p.m. One of the oldest boys’ choirs in the world, it was founded in 1498 and has since delighted audiences around the world with music new and old. “There’s no more

Eagles Softball splits in tourney play

The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles (NTCC) softball team split four games in the Coyote Chillout tournament this weekend, hosted by Weatherford College.   The Lady Eagles stand at 7-7 going in to the last stretch of games before conference play starts. Hailey Dixon led the team during Friday’s first game against Weatherford pitching all

NTCC Baseball powers through non-conference play

      The Northeast Texas Community College Eagles baseball completed a three-game sweep this weekend by knocking off Texas perennial power, Grayson College. The Eagles scored a total of 30 runs in the series.  The active bats have been a major reason the Eagles are not only winning, but also lead the nation in Junior

Theatre Northeast presents Steel Magnolias

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A stellar cast headlines the upcoming Theatre Northeast  production of the celebrated and beloved comedy/drama Steel Magnolias by Robert Harling. The show runs February 26, 27 and 28 at 7:30 p.m. and March 1 at 2:05 p.m. in the on stage theatre of the Whatley Center for the Performing Arts on the campus of Northeast Texas Community

Students take water consumption challenge

Students in Sarah Rainey’s philosophy and government classes are pursuing a voluntary final project surrounding water consumption and scarcity. The average American household uses 300 gallons of water a day. Participants will “live” off just 1 gallon of water for three days starting next Monday, using a single gallon for all their drinking, washing, and cooking

NTCC to offer intramural sports tourneys

The intramural program at NTCC exists to offer a variety of sports and activities for students, faculty, and staff. Please see the attachment pertaining to the intramural sports tournaments taking place this semester on the NTCC campus. The intramural program provides: Opportunities for involvement in organized physical activities Positive use of leisure time Competitive and

Economic impact study shows value of higher education in Texas

According to a report released last week on the economic impact of higher education in the state of Texas, the colleges and universities in Texas have a combined economic impact equivalent to nearly 11% of the state’s gross state product. The study combined three sectors (Public Universities, Community and Technical Colleges, and Independent Universities) of higher education in Texas and concluded they are highly

Honors Northeast visits Sesame Literary Club of Hughes Springs

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Wright Patman, the Congressman from Hughes Springs from 1929-1976, served the interests of many Northeast Texans in Washington, representing our state’s first district.  Honors Northeast presented their feature-length film on Patman’s life February 5 before the members of the Sesame Literary Club of Hughes Springs. Patman was the 1912 Valedictorian of Hughes Springs High School, and a number