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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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Marilyn Beck, president at Calhoun Community College, announces retirement

Aug 27, 2014 • AL.com
DECATUR, Alabama – Marilyn Beck, the longtime president at Calhoun Community College, announced her retirement Wednesday. Beck, who has shepherded the two-year school with campuses in Decatur and Huntsville for 12 years, will leave office on ... More

President of Calhoun Community College to retire at the end of the year

Aug 28, 2014 • whnt.com
Calhoun is Alabama's largest two-year college. Enrollment skyrocketed to an all-time high of more than 12,000 in 2010, the physical landscape of the college's Decatur campus was literally transformed, and the college has become financially stable. More

Calhoun Community College completes land purchase to expand Huntsville ...

Aug 21, 2014 • The Huntsville Times - al.com
HUNTSVILLE, AlabamaCalhoun Community College plans to break ground in December on what the largest two-year school in the state describes as a "major renovation of its Huntsville campus. Calhoun President Marilyn Beck announced Thursday that ... More

Sports People, Places and Things

Aug 24, 2014 • The Decatur Daily
Hartselle's Tom Mann and Decatur's Russell Hampton were the only two local players to earn trophies at the 23rd annual Decatur Open Table Tennis Tournament at Calhoun Community College last week. Mann tied Anniston's Barry Putman for third place in ... More

Education a must for good-paying jobs

Aug 20, 2014 • The Decatur Daily
Decatur-Morgan County Chamber of Commerce President John Seymour, a member of the Business Council of Alabama board, which conducted the study, hears from local manufacturers who need more skilled workers. The good news for those who might not have the ... More

State to study salaries inside, outside Alabama

Aug 9, 2014 • The Decatur Daily
MONTGOMERY — The Alabama Department of Personnel will pay a California consulting company $68,000 to study how state employees' compensation compares to those in neighboring states. Sen. Arthur Orr, R-Decatur, asked for the study late last year ... More

Behind the Lens: August 2014

Aug 12, 2014 • The Decatur Daily
Truck pull: I grew up in north Alabama, and I have worked at the Decatur Daily for many years. But somehow I had never attended a tractor pull. In fact, I wasn't entirely sure what a tractor pull was and I certainly didn't know how loud they can be. Wow. More

North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence celebrates 40 years of service ...

Aug 12, 2014 • The Huntsville Times - al.com
The North Alabama Center for Educational Excellence recently celebrated 40 years of service to students, adults and veterans by moving into a new, more spacious building at 513 Sparkman Drive with a grand opening Aug. 1, 2014 (Amethyst ... More

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