SCCC agriculture enterprise budget manager crunches the numbers for start-up specialty crop farmers


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Sidewalk joins industrial tech center with center circle of campus

Concrete work for the connecting sidewalk attaches to the administrative offices at the Industrial Technology Division of Seward County Community College.

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Sidewalk project under way to connect campus
Simplicity and tradition carried the day as college trustees voted to return to "Seward County Community College” as the institution's official name.

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As part of its Community Engagement effort in the Moving Seward Forward initiative, Seward County Community College/Area Technical School team members and students helped "paint the town red” to send the Liberal High School Redskins basketball team to state in style.

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SCCC hosts Regional Science and Engineering Fair. Liberal science students claim gold, silver, bronze.

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Dr. Suzanne Campbell, Federal STEM Grant Project Director, presented the SCCC/ATS Board of Trustees with a report Monday about the grant's fifth and final year.

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At its regular February Board of Trustees meeting, the SCCC/ATS personnel report included hiring Cecil Stoll as a systems administrator, and the retirements of Respiratory Therapy instructor Ken Killion and Humanities Division Chair and Speech Instructor Dale Doll, effective at the end of June. "In the short time I've gotten to work with Dale, I can say he's just a great guy, and he's going to be missed," said College President Dr. Ken Trzaska. Trustee Marvin Chance moved to accept the personnel report, noting that "we really appreciate all the years Dale has served." Sharon Hobble seconded, and the motion passed 6-0.

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SCCC/ATS Theatre and Music Departments will present the Broadway musical HAIRSPRAY as the spring 2016 Musical. Hairspray, winner of eight Tony Awards, is set in 1960s Baltimore and is based on the film written and directed by John Waters.

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Input from employees, community members welcome

The college name claimed the most attention during the first regular meeting of the Seward County Community College Board of Trustees Monday night. A discussion-only item on the agenda, the subject surfaced at the end of 2015 when board chair Ron Oliver received his annual tax bill.

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Student Government Association meeting serves as inspiration

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