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NORFOLK, NE – The approximately 500-acre farm at Northeast Community College serves more than just the college community; it plays an important role in research and development for the agriculture industry. Recently, a number of ag students joined industry professionals as part of an Issues in Ag class in a field of corn and soybeans […]

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WAYNE, NE – A new educational compact has formed in northeast Nebraska with goals that are designed to contribute to workforce and talent development while serving the educational needs of youth and lifelong learners. On Tuesday, seven education partners gathered in Wayne to sign an agreement intended to improve college and career readiness, educational attainment, […]

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SAN FRANCISCO – A Northeast Community College instructor has been recognized on a national stage for outstanding achievement. The Association of Community College Trustees (ACCT) presented Michael Roeber and four other two-year instructors with its regional faculty awards during its 50th Annual Leadership Congress in San Francisco recently. Roeber was presented with the 2019 ACCT […]

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NORFOLK, NE – A Wakefield woman has been recognized for her contributions to agriculture. Lisa Lunz was honored as the AG-ceptional Woman of the Year at the Northeast Community College AG-ceptional Women’s Conference on the Northeast campus in Norfolk on Friday. The announcement was made during a video tribute that was played during the opening […]

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NORFOLK, NE – Two-hundred-seventy-seven head of livestock were shown during the 35th Annual Northeast Community College Livestock Classic held over the Thanksgiving Day weekend. Michael Roeber, Northeast agriculture/livestock judging instructor and event organizer, said exhibitors from five states (Illinois, Iowa, Kansas, Nebraska, and South Dakota) took part in the two-day event at the Chuck M. […]

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NORFOLK, NE – Michelle Soll is described as dedicated, compassionate, passionate, strategic, hard-working, and optimistic. They are traits that serve the Bancroft woman well in her work in assisting people in rural America who, for many, are at their breaking point. Soll, farm project manager for Legal Aid of Nebraska, coordinates the agency’s Nebraska Rural […]

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