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Northwest Closes Solid Weekend at TigerFest with Two, Big Wins

Feb 26, 2012 • by Kevin Maloney • NORTHWEST MISSISSIPPI COMMUNITY COLLEGE
BOONEVILLE – Northwest wrapped up a solid 3-2 weekend at the Northeast TigerFest with two wins on Saturday, taking down Indian Hills (Iowa) and Jefferson College (Mo.) with identical 4-2 scores. The Rangers fell 6-5 to Calhoun (Ala.) in the middle game of the afternoon More

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New Calhoun Community College president appointed

Dec 10, 2014 • whnt.com
Dr. James S. Klauber, Sr. was unanimously approved as president of Calhoun Community College in Decatur Wednesday. In recommending Dr. Klauber for the presidential position, Chancellor Dr. Mark Heinrich said, “He brings a wealth of knowledge to the ... More

Calhoun Community College selected as a Top School in Military Advanced ...

Dec 12, 2014 • Calhoun Community College News
(Decatur, AL – December 11, 2014) – Military Advanced Education (MAE) has awarded Calhoun Community College the designation of a Top School in its 2015 MAE Guide to Colleges & Universities, measuring best practices in military and veteran ... More

Hundreds honor retiring Calhoun Community College president Dr. Marilyn Beck

Dec 5, 2014 • AL.com
She has seen the school through the expansion of Calhoun's presence into downtown Decatur through the Alabama Center for the Arts, a collaborative effort with Athens State University. Beck has also been a key advocate for the Alabama Robotics ... More

2 Decatur men killed in wrecks

Dec 15, 2014 • The Decatur Daily
Hours before his death, Jeremy Coffey told his mother he planned to finish up his degree in business administration. "He and I talked about it Friday — earlier in the day before the accident — that he wanted to graduate from college," his mom ... More

Festival of the Cranes Returns

Dec 18, 2014 • Hartselle Enquirer
In conjunction with Festival of the Cranes, the Alabama Center for the Arts, located at 133 2nd Avenue NE in downtown Decatur, will host the inaugural juried Festival of the Cranes Art Exhibit. Featuring selected artwork from students, alumni artists ... More

Groundbreaking set for new $34 million facility at Huntsville campus of ...

Nov 21, 2014 • AL.com
HUNTSVILLE, Alabama - Calhoun Community College is ready to break ground on a $34 million facility at its Huntsville campus on Wynn Drive. Retiring Calhoun President Marilyn Beck has talked about the need to expand the Huntsville campus for several ... More

News in Brief

Dec 11, 2014 • The Harlan Daily Enterprise
State educator to lead Alabama college. MONTGOMERY, Ala. (AP) — Alabama's largest two-year college, Calhoun Community College in Decatur, has a new president. The chancellor for Alabama's two-year college system, Mark Heinrich, recommended ... More

UAB football: Casualty of reality

Dec 9, 2014 • The Decatur Daily
In Alabama we take college football seriously. Too seriously, a few might say. So, it's no surprise that the decision to eliminate the University of Alabama at Birmingham's football program has generated an outpouring of opposition from devoted UAB ... More

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