Northwest technical college news
Clarion Area on board with tech college proposal
The panel also OKs participation in C-Ls alternative education program. CLARION - Clarion Area School Board members on Wednesday gave their endorsement toward an initiative to develop a regional technical community college.
North Central Campus News
Lindon Schuchart was named to the deans honor roll at Texas State Technical College in Waco. Yvonne Lozano , instructor of gerontology and sociology at San Antonio College, received the 8th Annual Phoenix Award from the P.E.A.C.E. Initiative in recognition of Domestic Violence Awareness Month.
Count of Monte Cristo: 7:30 p.m., through Dec. 2, Everett Community College, Baker Hall, room 120, 2000 Tower St., Everett; Nov. 17-18 and 30; Dec. 1-2; donation; 425-388-9378, www.everettcc.edu.
Arkansas News Bureau
Bill would make Arkansas eligible to create Medicaid personal health care accounts By John Lyon LITTLE ROCK - A bill pre-filed Thursday for the 2007 legislative session would make Arkansas eligible to participate in a federal program to create personal health care accounts for some people on public assistance.
Cover Story: The case of the ghost
To any other ASU student, the Art & Architecture Complex is just a few gray buildings. But to me, its the only real connection Ive ever had to my grandfather. Its a clue in the family history Ive never been told.
The battle of cats, dogs continues
Ron Claudon Jr. of Valley Buick Pontiac is a dyed-in-the-wool Cougar. Dr. Kim Anardi , an Auburn dentist, bleeds purple and gold. Both are members of Auburn Kiwanis.
Arkansas News Bureau
Pre-filed bill would phase out most of sales tax on groceries By Rob Moritz LITTLE ROCK - The first bill for the 2007 legislative session, pre-filed Wednesday, would phase out most of the state sales tax on groceries.
Southlake YMCA, 1450 S. Court St., sponsors a Chicago Bus Trip for senior citizens who want to shop for the holidays Dec. 6. Bus leaves the Y at 8:15 a.m. and leaves Water Tower for the return trip at 3:30 p.m. Cost is $25 and lunch is on your own. Sign up in the Hoosier Commons at the Y.
Air Force Declassifies Elite Aggressor Program
After decades of secrecy, Air Force officials acknowledged Nov. 13 that Communist-built fighters were flown at the Tonopah Test Range northwest of Las Vegas, Nev. From 1977 through 1988, the program, known as Constant Peg, saw Air Force, Navy and Marine aircrews flying against Soviet-designed MiG fighters as part of a training program where American pilots could better learn how to defeat or
Woman dies of hit-run injury A woman who was seriously injured Monday morning when she was struck by a vehicle on St. Paul Street in Rochester has died. Bertina Forde was taken for treatment of a head injury to Strong Memorial Hospital, where she was pronounced dead Tuesday.