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  • Popular Baby Boomers Series Held at Northeast in So. Sioux City

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 4:26:58 PM --  SOUTH SIOUX CITY – One woman said she was “late for class” while another said “I’m really learning a lot.” They were among approximately 120 retirees who took part in Northeast Community College’s latest Baby Boomer and Beyond series at the College’s extended campus in South Sioux City. Attendees gained a better understanding of technology in their lives to beating stress during the upcoming holidays. This was the fourth program in the series sponsored by Northeast and Thrivent Financial – Siouxland South Chapter.

  • Northeast Hosts Inaugural Ag Career Fair

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 4:23:56 PM --  Courtesy The Viewpoint NORFOLK - Agriculture cooperatives hoping to get a jump on summer intern hiring set up booths Thursday in Northeast Community College’s Lifelong Learning Center for an Ag Career Fair. They spoke with interested Northeast students who ordinarily might not start to look for internships until spring. Dr. Burton Pflueger, Northeast agriculture instructor, who planned the event, said introducing students to potential employers this early in the year benefits everyone.

  • Northeast Speech Teams Ropes More Wins

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 1:01:01 PM --  NORFOLK - The Northeast Community College speech team captured 12 trophies at its most recent tournament. The Hawks competed in the 2014 Pioneer Trails Tournament, hosted by Casper College in Casper, WY, this past weekend.

  • Poetry Students Read Their Works

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 12:25:17 PM --  Tana Buoy, Norfolk, a creative poetry student at Northeast Community College, reads selections from her works in the College’s Library/Resource Center.

  • Northeast Auto Body Students Travel to England

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 12:17:58 PM --  NORFOLK – Five members of the Northeast Community College auto body program and their instructor are in the United Kingdom - the second group from the College to travel there in the past year. Instructor Dave Beaudette and his students flew from Omaha to Manchester, England, earlier this week for a ten visit to nearby North Lindsey College in Scunthorpe, England.

  • Hawks Fall to North Platte CC

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 11:44:07 AM --  NORFOLK – The Northeast Community College volleyball team dropped a hard fought, four set match to North Platte Community College here Tuesday night. The scores were 25-19, 19-25, 23-25, 25-16. The Hawks are now 14-13.

  • Northeast Spook-tacular is October 29

    by jamesc  10/17/2014 11:28:55 AM --  NORFOLK – Area children are sure to have a hauntingly good time when several Northeast Community College student organizations host their 12th Annual Spook-tacular this year. All ghosts and goblins are invited to the Northeast Community College Spook-tacular Children’s Carnival on Wednesday, October 29, from 5:30 to 8 p.m. at Northeast’s Chuck M. Pohlman Agriculture Complex, located one mile east of campus at the intersection of Highway 35 and Benjamin Avenue. Last year, over 1,400 people attended the event.

  • Northeast Hosts Nebraska Intercollegiate Golf Tourney

    by jamesc  10/13/2014 8:44:47 AM --  NORFOLK – Hastings College won the Nebraska Intercollegiate Golf Tournament at the Norfolk Country Club. Northeast Community College hosted the two-day event on Friday and Saturday. The Broncos shot a 15 over 591 to top the field followed by Bellevue University, four shots back. Northeast had two teams in the tournament with each shooting 632 to tie for ninth.

  • Tough Weekend for Northeast Volleyball Squad

    by jamesc  10/13/2014 8:41:44 AM --  COLUMBUS – It was a tough weekend for the Northeast Community College volleyball team. On Saturday, the Hawks fell in two matches at the Central Community College Tournament here. In the first match of the day, Bismarck State College beat the Hawks in four sets 22-25, 25-23, 29-31, 25-19.

  • Hawks Drop Two Matches at Central Tournament

    by jamesc  10/13/2014 8:40:19 AM --  COLUMBUS – The Northeast Community College volleyball team had a balanced scoring attack in its first of two matches Friday at the Central Community College Tournament here, but lost in a five set contest to Williston State College, 25-14, 24-26, 23-25, 25-22, 13-15.

  • Omaha Poet to Speak at Northeast

    by jamesc  10/10/2014 4:55:51 PM --  NORFOLK – An Omaha poet and social worker will speak as part of the Visiting Writers Series at Northeast Community College in Norfolk. Greg Kosmicki will read his works on Thursday, October 16, at 7 p.m. in Hawks Landing in the Northeast Student Center.

  • Northeast to Host Fall Music Concert

    by jamesc  10/10/2014 4:53:57 PM --  NORFOLK - Northeast Community College instrumental music and vocal groups will open their 2014-15 season with a fall concert. The concert will be held Sunday, October 19 at 2 p.m. in the Cox Activities Center Theatre. It will feature selections by the Northeast College/Community Concert Band, Concert Choir, Ebony and Crimson, and Men’s and Women’s Ensembles.

  • ADM Contributes $15,000 to Northeast's O'Neill Campaign

    by jamesc  10/10/2014 3:16:09 PM --  O’NEILL – One of the largest agricultural processors in the world is investing in higher education efforts in North Central Nebraska. Archer Daniels Midland (ADM) Company has contributed $15,000 to the Northeast Community College Foundation. The donation will go toward the construction and furnishing of a new extended campus facility in O’Neill.

  • Danish Student at Northeast

    by jamesc  10/10/2014 11:05:45 AM --  Line Fenger, (right) a student at Aarhus Business College in Aarhus, Denmark, visits with Northeast Community College Board of Governors members Julie Robinson, of Norfolk, (center) and Shirley Petsche, of Petersburg, during a luncheon of the board this week.

  • Northeast Breaks Ground on New Residence Hall/Dining Facility

    by jamesc  10/9/2014 10:22:26 AM --  NORFOLK – Northeast Community College has celebrated a landmark day. Governor Dave Heineman was among the dignitaries in attendance Thursday as ground was broken on a $19 million residence hall/dining facility on the Norfolk campus. The buildings will be located near the College’s two existing residence halls and student apartments.

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