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1,110 students take part in 35th Northeast scholastic contest and quiz bowl

1,110 students take part in 35th Northeast scholastic contest and quiz bowl

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March 26, 2019


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NORFOLK – Wayne Community Schools won the 2019 Class C High School Scholastic Contest hosted by Northeast Community College on Wednesday in Norfolk. Wakefield Community School was second and Cedar Catholic High School in Hartington placed third. In the Class D contest, Wausa Public School claimed ...

Movie review: Stretched thin, live-action ‘Dumbo’ doesn’t achieve liftoff

Movie review: Stretched thin, live-action ‘Dumbo’ doesn’t achieve liftoff

Katie Walsh

March 26, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Movies, Television, Top Stories

(TNS) Disney’s 1941 animated feature “Dumbo,” about the little circus elephant who could fly, left some deep emotional wounds. It’s one of Disney’s most devastating films. But it was also aesthetically daring, almost avant-garde, and ahead of its time, rich with intense pathos and visual in...

Northeast’s Dickau named a 2019 New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar

Northeast’s Dickau named a 2019 New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar

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March 26, 2019


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JACKSON, MS – A Northeast Community College student has earned national recognition. Preston Dickau, Atkinson, has been named a 2019 New Century Workforce Pathway Scholar and will receive $1,250 in scholarship funding. The scholarship is the first of its kind to support students at associate degree-gran...

Lincoln limits city water

Lincoln limits city water

Learfield Wire Service, Reporter

March 19, 2019


Filed under State, Uncategorized

(Lincoln, NE)  --  Lincoln police have responded to multiple calls of people violating the city's water restrictions.  Mayor Chris Beutler ordered the restrictions on Sunday, forcing residents to restrict the amount of water they use because of flooding at the well fields in Ashland.  Since then,...

Brie Larson looked super at ‘Captain Marvel’ premieres

Brie Larson looked super at ‘Captain Marvel’ premieres

Moira Macdonald

March 19, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Lifestyles

The Seattle Times (TNS) So, what do you wear to your big premiere(s) when you’re the newest Marvel superhero? Brie Larson, who stars in “Captain Marvel,” went two different routes. For the London premiere, Larson looked dramatic in a royal-blue, off-the-shoulder Valentino; voluminous, sure, but noth...

Northeast student earns national honor

Northeast student earns national honor

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March 19, 2019


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NORFOLK– A Northeast Community College student leader who works to ensure her fellow students enjoy their time in college outside of the classroom has been recognized nationally for her work. The Association for the Promotion of Campus Activities (APCA) has presented Tia Smith with its national S...

High school freshman explore career options at Northeast Community College

High school freshman explore career options at Northeast Community College

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March 12, 2019


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NORFOLK – From agriculture to wind energy technology, high school freshmen had the opportunity to get a taste of career opportunities recently. Over 520 students from 19 area high schools participated in 43 career sessions and experience an activity related to that career during Northeast Communit...

How to make Bratapfel: A German apple dessert

Regan Dorcey, Reporter

March 11, 2019


Filed under Campus, Food

When I was a freshman in high school, my family hosted a foreign exchange student from Germany. He taught us German words, traditions and recipes. One of the recipes he taught us was called Bratapfel. Bratapfel is a German apple dessert. Not many Americans know how to make it, but it is very popular...

Northeast veterinary technology students receive coats and pins at ceremony

Northeast veterinary technology students receive coats and pins at ceremony

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February 26, 2019


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NORFOLK - Students enrolled in Northeast Community College’s veterinary technology program received their coats and pins at a special ceremony held recently in Norfolk. Members of the class of 2019 received their veterinary technician’s pins. Members of the Class of 2020 were awarded a monogrammed...

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are so good at the Oscars that they need to go on tour

Lady Gaga and Bradley Cooper are so good at the Oscars that they need to go on tour

Mikael Wood

February 25, 2019


Filed under Entertainment, Uncategorized

Los Angeles Times (TNS) It’s almost a shame that Lady Gaga’s “Shallow” won the Academy Award for original song Sunday night. Oh, it deserved the Oscar, all right: A pitch-perfect power ballad with just the right blend of feeling and drama, the tune from Bradley Cooper’s remake of “A Star Is Born” is a...

February 21, 2019


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https://youtu.be/gtEjRryiWsU Northeast Community College Students share their opinions on the parking situation on campus.

Students volunteer “for the win” at Northeast Community College

Students volunteer “for the win” at Northeast Community College

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February 19, 2019


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NORFOLK - A volunteer project at Northeast Community College is giving students a “winning” edge. Volunteering For the Win invites Northeast students, in groups and as individuals, to compete to log the most volunteer hours over a specified time period. Now in its second year, the initiative is the si...

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