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Mediterranean Nights auction concludes, exceeding expectations

Mediterranean Nights auction concludes, exceeding expectations
September 27, 2011

At least $45,000 was raised at the annual party auction, trumping the all-time record of $43,000; a direct result of the contributions and hard work of the community, staff and students at Seward County...

Ambassador and Presidential programs promote leadership

September 27, 2011

Seward County Community College/Area Technical School offers scholarships and opportunities for students to gain financial aid. Two of these programs, the Ambassador Program and the Presidential Scholarship,...

SIFE takes prizes in chili cook-off

SIFE takes prizes in chili cook-off
September 27, 2011

The college business club, Students in Free Enterprise, won second place and Best Presentation awards in the chili cook-off at Blue Bonnet Park Sept. 17. “It was fun, I wanted us to be in first place,...

Perkins receives Western region award

Perkins receives  Western region award
September 27, 2011

Years of dedication have led Pamela Perkins to receive the Professional Board Staff Member award. Perkins has been working for Seward County Community College for 20 years. Perkins started at the college...

Loyal customer approaches a decade of appointments at SC cosmetology salon

Bea “Aunt Bea” Worton considers nail polish color shown to her by cosmetology student Nancy Renteria. Worton has been coming for salon services at Seward’s cosmetology school for the past 10 years. In the past 10 years, Worton, the staff and students have built a fond relationship that recently led the cosmetology school to raise money for a special cause.
September 13, 2011

Bea Worton arrives at the college cosmetology school Thursday afternoon for her appointment, just as she has done every Thursday for the last 10 years. The 84-year-old “Aunt Bea” — as she is know...

Trustees hear athletics department report

Trustees hear athletics department report
September 13, 2011

The Seward County Community College/Area Technical School Board of Trustees met for a regular board meeting Thursday, September 8, following a tour of the Area Technical School. Tammy Doll,...

Reed to receive national award

Anita Reed
September 13, 2011

College Media Advisers’ Distinguished Two-Year Newspaper Award is an annual award for two-year college advisers dedicated to student media programs. Only one adviser wins nationally, and Anita Reed...

SCCC/ATS to receive a $4 million STEM grant

September 13, 2011

Seward County Community will be receiving a $4 million dollar STEM grant. A STEM grant is used toward Science, Technology, Engineering and Math. The grant is a classified as a competitive grant with money...

Lady Saints continue near perfect season

Lady Saints continue near perfect season
September 13, 2011

The Lady Saints won big Monday night, in their second home game of the season against the Broncbusters of Garden City, making their overall record a remarkable 10-1. The Lady Saints wasted no time in the...

Telolith named CSPA national gold medalist

September 13, 2011

The 2011 Telolith literary magazine has received a gold medalist award with All-Columbian honors in design from the Columbia Scholastic Press Association. The gold award is given to college magazines chosen...

Duck races Sept. 17

September 13, 2011

Matthew Adkins Crusader staff The 10th annual Duck Race is taking place at Blue Bonnet Park on Saturday, Sept. 17. In celebration of the 10 year anniversary, Liberal Chamber of Commerce is giving away...

Corrosion Tech launches program with 17 students

Corrosion Tech launches program with 17 students
August 30, 2011

Seward launches its first corrosion technology class this semester with 17 students. The new program is one of only three such programs in the United States. According to a college brochure,...

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