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COVID-19 didn’t stop a popular student competition at Northeast Community College from occurring this spring.
Struggles and hardships have accompanied Hannah Schmeckpeper throughout her academic journey, but her strength as a leader and desire to succeed has carried her through.
The Cox Activities Center on the Norfolk campus of Northeast Community College is typically filled to capacity on the third Saturday in May as the institution holds its annual commencement ceremony. However, that wasn't the case this year.
Elsie Magwire finds that the busier she keeps herself, the better she performs.
Nominations are being sought to honor alumni of Northeast Community College.
The struggles Jacob Johnson had to overcome to graduate from college may serve him well in his new career.
Northeast Community College student Tait Ziems has been named a 2020 New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar by the Phi Theta Kappa (PTK) Honor Society.
Northeast Community College business and information technology students aren’t letting the disruption in their education because of the COVID-19 pandemic stop them from showcasing their skills.
A West Point man who served as an educator across Northeast Nebraska and had a long association with Northeast Community College has died.
Just about every Northeast Community College student who graduated last year has found work or is continuing to pursue higher education.
Over the past month, just about everyone has been affected by the coronavirus outbreak.
With more than two weeks of online learning under their belts, some Northeast Community College students and faculty said they are getting used to the isolating virtual instruction.
New research from Northeast Community College indicates the public should continue to heed the call of authorities in practicing social distancing to prevent the further spread of COVID-19.
Linda Pohlman is using retirement funds to make a donation to construct new agricultural facilities at Northeast Community College in memory of her late husband, Chuck Pohlman, who served as the institution’s first dean of agriculture.
Northeast Community College in Norfolk will begin offering all credit classes in an online format and limit access to the general public to all of its campuses on Monday, March 23, as the COVID-19 virus continues to cause health concerns across the world.
Northeast Community College is moving all credit classes online for the remainder of the semester starting Monday.
Northeast Community College and Wayne State College are both extending their semester breaks to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
The opportunity to help ensure a strong future for rural Nebraska has prompted the Ethel S. Abbott Charitable Foundation to invest $100,000 in the Nexus campaign to build new agricultural facilities at Northeast Community College.
The criminal justice department at Northeast Community College will host special guests on the Norfolk campus next week.
Joshua Santiago’s trip to visit the state Capitol in Lincoln recently was not for a sightseeing tour — he was there on business.
Northeast Community College has earned recognition for its work in aiding members of the military and military veterans in their pursuit of higher education.
A student at Northeast Community College in South Sioux City was thrown to the sharks recently, but he is doing just fine.
A Northeast Community College program to train interpreters to work in Nebraska courtrooms is getting noticed throughout the nation.
The past couple of weeks sophomore digital cinema students Austin Graves and Justin Jones, have been learning and practicing to shoot slow mot…
NORFOLK — The Northeast Community College men’s golf team placed third in the 2019 Region XI Fall Preview, but the Hawks hope to take the next…