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Suspect Apprehended in Norfolk

Suspect Apprehended in Norfolk

September 23, 2014


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A fugitive recovery service was in Norfolk over the weekend. They were attempting to locate and recover and individual whom they believed was living at Sunrise Place, located at 923 E. Norfolk Avenue. The Norfolk Police Division verified that the individual had out-of-state warrants, but that the warrants...

Early Registration Encouraged For Northeast’s “AG-ceptional Women’s Conference”

Early Registration Encouraged For Northeast’s “AG-ceptional Women’s Conference”

September 22, 2014


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NORFOLK - Early registration is encouraged for Northeast Community College’s annual AG-ceptional Women’s Conference. This year’s event will be held Friday, November 21, from 8 a.m. – 5p.m. in the Lifelong Learning Center on Northeast’s campus in Norfolk.   Advance registration is now open w...

Norfolk Arts Center Exhibits Work By Iggy Sumnik And Pat James

Norfolk Arts Center Exhibits Work By Iggy Sumnik And Pat James

September 2, 2014


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The Norfolk Arts Center has their next exhibit opening reception on Thursday, September 4th showcasing artists Iggy Sumnik and Pat James. The opening reception is from 6-8p.m. and both artists will be in attendance to speak about their artwork on display. The reception is free and open to the publ...

Northeast Community College graduate earns regional Emmy Award

Northeast Community College graduate earns regional Emmy Award

June 21, 2014


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SILVER SPRING, MD – A Northeast Community College graduate has earned a regional Emmy Award for his work with The United States (U.S.) Air Force Band. Master Sgt. Loren J. Zimmer is an audio engineer with The U.S. Air Force Band, Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling, Washington, D.C. Originally from Eagle,...

Northeast Community College to open its residence halls to victims of tornados

Northeast Community College to open its residence halls to victims of tornados

June 21, 2014


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NORFOLK – Northeast Community College will open a portion of its residence halls and student apartments on its Norfolk campus to residents of Stanton County, who were displaced by tornadoes that ravaged the area recently. Dr. Michael Chipps, Northeast president, said the College wants to do what...

Northeast faculty member recognized for water education to children

Northeast faculty member recognized for water education to children

June 6, 2014


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NORFOLK – A member of the Northeast Community College faculty has been recognized for his work in educating school children about the importance of a natural resource that no one can live without – water. Michael Lechner, agriculture instructor, was recognized recently at the 20th annual Aquafest a...

Northeast Community College to celebrate success of O’Neill extended campus campaign

Northeast Community College to celebrate success of O’Neill extended campus campaign

June 6, 2014


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O’NEILL – Northeast Community College officials plan to a hold an event in June to celebrate the successful completion of a capital campaign to construct a new extended campus in O’Neill. “I am excited to announce that the College has exceeded its $2.8 million goal to begin construction on...

Norfolk Arts Center holding auditions for Treasure Island with popular Missoula Children’s Theater on Monday, June 23rd.

Norfolk Arts Center holding auditions for Treasure Island with popular Missoula Children’s Theater on Monday, June 23rd.

June 6, 2014


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The Norfolk Arts Center is bringing back the popular group, Missoula Children’s Theater with their production of Treasure Island June 23-28 and they are calling all area kids for auditions! Auditions for Treasure Island will be held on Monday, June 23rd from 10a.m. to 12p.m. at Cox Activ...

Power Restored in Norfolk After Outage Affects Over 3000

Power Restored in Norfolk After Outage Affects Over 3000

94 Rock

May 6, 2014


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NORFOLK - Over 3000 Norfolk residents found themselves in the dark Tuesday morning. Jeanne Schieffer says a substation issue caused the outage. Schieffer: "The power outage up in Norfolk on the east side of town affected about 3300 customers. The power went out about 10:53. As of this time it's back...

Sioux City Conductor Breaks Classical Music Stereotype

Sioux City Conductor Breaks Classical Music Stereotype

Viewpoint Staff

April 25, 2014


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Conductor Ryan Haskins is out to change young people’s perception of classical music. The Cleveland native spoke to South Sioux College Center students in Amanda Vande Zande’s Music in Western Culture class on Tuesday, April 22, preceding their trip to the Sioux City Symphony Orchestra on April 26,...

Educational Service Units Awarded Grant To Update Links With Northeast Community College

Educational Service Units Awarded Grant To Update Links With Northeast Community College

April 19, 2014


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NELIGH – Educational Service Units (ESUs) in Northeast and North Central Nebraska have been awarded a grant to further their distance learning capabilities. USDA Rural Development Nebraska State Director Maxine Moul visited Neligh recently to present officials of ESU #8 a certificate recognizing...

A World of Fun Is Coming To Northeast Community College In South Sioux City

April 19, 2014


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SOUTH SIOUX CITY – Residents of the Siouxland area have the opportunity to experience a festive afternoon celebrating the cultural diversity of the region. Northeast Community College, South Sioux City Community Schools and the Northeast Community College Multicultural Club will sponsor a World...

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