DSU explores Forgotten Delta

Delta State University and the Coahoma County Higher Education Center (CCHEC) will offer a geographical exploration of the Mississippi Delta course entitled “Vanished Worlds? An Exploration of the Forgotten Delta,” for the spring semester. {paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess}Led by Dr. Mark Bonta, associate professor of geography at Delta State, the “Forgotten Delta” course will send explorers into the […]

Con ed classes range from self defense to Ebay

With topics ranging from self defense and quilting with T-shirts to eBay selling and upholstery, the types of Continuing Education non-credit courses at Northwest Mississippi Community College run the gamut this spring, with final registration deadlines approaching quickly.The Self Defense course will teach techniques like releases, punches and kicks in addition to how to avoid […]

Northwest strives to educate educators

The Jan. 10 registration deadline is approaching for three courses that are designed specifically for educators and offer Continuing Education Units (CEUs) through Northwest Mississippi Community College’s Continuing Education—Make and Take File Folders for Teachers (K-3), Spanish for Educators and Classroom Discipline for Elementary Teachers.Make and Take File Folders for Teachers (K-3) offers educators an […]

TES reading fair

{paypalaccess}Read more{/paypalaccess} Tunica Elementary School hosted a Reading Fair on Thursday, Dec. 9 in the school’s gymnasium. Students presented their take on different fiction and nonfiction books, describing the setting, plot, author. Winners will advance to Tunica County School District’s Reading Fair which will include advancing projects from Dundee, Robinsonville and Tunica Middle as well.

NWCC gives Hope

Students enrolled in the Northwest Mississippi Community College systems analysis and design course in the Computer Information Systems Technology program have been working hard this semester to make Hope Ministries, Inc.’s routine paperwork processes more efficient by updating their forms. The students presented their prototypes on Dec. 6 to members of Hope—a non-profit, non-denominational organization […]