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On The Couch with Missionary Benedictine Sister Andrea Polt

On The Couch with Missionary Benedictine Sister Andrea Polt

Kim Taylor, Reporter
June 13, 2017
Filed under Campus, Local News, On The Couch With The Viewpoint, Top Stories

Recently The Viewpoint had the privilege to interview Sister Andrea Polt from the Immaculata Monastery & Spirituality Center in Norfolk, Nebraska. Her life's work has taken her all over the world and she spent much of that time in Africa as a teacher. The Viewpoint's Kim Taylor interviewed the rema...

Local woman mixes green thumb with management

Local woman mixes green thumb with management

Kim Taylor, Reporter
May 5, 2017
Filed under Campus, Local News, Top Stories

Hope Voss is relatively new to adulthood and is already taking on a very adult role. As General Manager of the Earl May Nursery & Garden Center in Norfolk, Nebraska, Hope manages a large retail store along with understanding customer service and staffing. And oh yes, she is a self professed plant ner...

Northeast digital cinema students to debut capstone projects this weekend

Northeast digital cinema students to debut capstone projects this weekend

May 3, 2017
Filed under Activities, Campus, Entertainment, Local News, Top Stories

NORFOLK – The red carpet will soon be rolled out for filmmaking students at Northeast Community College. Students in the College’s digital cinema and media program will debut their capstone film projects this weekend. Seven sophomore students have individually created four documentaries and three...

Springtime Concert Series

Springtime Concert Series

Kim Taylor, Reporter
April 20, 2017
Filed under Entertainment, Local News, Top Stories

The Norfolk Country Club and the Norfolk Arts Center are excited to once again join forces and host an evening of Jazz at the Club featuring Sioux City's own Justin Kisor on Friday, April 21 at 7:00 p.m. at the Norfolk Country Club. Mr. Kisor will perform in a trio that promises to lift listeners to their feet and invite all to th...

Norfolk Noon Optimist Club to Sponsor Huskers vs. Hometown Heroes Basketball Game for Charity

Norfolk Noon Optimist Club to Sponsor Huskers vs. Hometown Heroes Basketball Game for Charity

Bryce Wheaton, Reporter
April 4, 2017
Filed under Local News

The Huskers vs. Hometown Heroes game is a basketball game between some former Nebraska Husker football players and Norfolk's hometown heroes including teachers, military service men, EMT's, police, firefighters, and more. Former Huskers expected to take part in the event are Sam Cotton, Ross Dzuris,...

20s & 30s Exhibits by NPS Students on Display

20s & 30s Exhibits by NPS Students on Display

Kim Taylor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Local News, Top Stories

Kathy Steinkamp, of Norfolk Public Schools, is proud to announce the opening of the 1920s and 1930s exhibits at Elkhorn Valley Museum.  Why?  Because the AP United States History class has been working on them since February. "We were "commissioned" by the museum to do the exhibits, and each stud...

Museum Education Intern Norfolk

Museum Education Intern Norfolk

Kim Taylor
March 30, 2017
Filed under Local News, Top Stories

The Elkhorn Valley Museum (EVM) seeks a summer museum education intern for 9-12 weeks (up to 360 hours) during May-August 2017. This education internship is a cross-disciplinary internship designed to add more nature, science, and history elements into museum exhibits, programs, and visitor experience. The...

Non-Credit Class-Intermediate Computers

Non-Credit Class-Intermediate Computers

Kimberly Taylor
March 18, 2017
Filed under Local News, Noncredit Classes, Top Stories

March 22nd - INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER III by Instructor P. Schuckman This class is for the person who has some computer knowledge.  Students will be taught intermediate computer skills using the Windows Operating System.  Students in this class will review and build upon skills learned in Intermediate...

Non Credit PAINTING CLASS

Non Credit PAINTING CLASS

Kim Taylor
March 15, 2017
Filed under Campus, Local News, Noncredit Classes, Top Stories

March 25th or April 1st - INITIALS PAINTING by Instructor H. Gates. Create an acrylic on canvas image of a chosen initial or favorite letter.  With the initial being the subject of your painting, you will also learn about and choose from various background designs including chevron, smooth color g...

Kimberly Taylor
March 13, 2017
Filed under Campus, Local News, Noncredit Classes, Top Stories

March 23rd - ENGAGE AND MOTIVATE OTHERS by Instructor H. Maricle It’s no surprise.  Employees who feel they are valued and recognized for their contributions are more motivated and productive at their jobs.  In this program, learn how to promote and grow a more dynamic, engaged and positive wor...

Non-Credit Intermediate Computer Course

Non-Credit Intermediate Computer Course

Kimberly Taylor
March 3, 2017
Filed under Local News, Noncredit Classes, Top Stories

March 15 - INTERMEDIATE COMPUTER II by Instructor P. Schuckman.   This class is for the person who has some computer knowledge.  Students in this class will review and build upon skills learned in Intermediate Computers I.  Concepts will include how to size windows, backup files, saving to CDs, fl...

Non-Credit Class – Conflict Management

Non-Credit Class – Conflict Management

Kimberly Taylor
March 2, 2017
Filed under Local News, Noncredit Classes, Top Stories

March 7th - CONFLICT MANAGEMENT by Instructor D. Kuester This something that companies and managers need to deal with. Conflict significantly affects employee morale, turnover, and litigation, which affects the prosperity of a company, either constructively or destructively.  Turnover can cost a comp...

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