Doddy teaches students during one of his recent sociology classes. The professor has been teaching at NTCC for more than 20 years. Staff Photo | Tahj McRae By Elisabeth Lively Layout and Design Editor It was the summer of 1963, only months prior to the assassination of John F. KennedyContinue Reading

Physics Instructor, Mark Ellermann, practices CPR on a dummy. Courtesy Photo By Adriana Elizondo Staff Writer Most people who work or attend classes at NTCC enjoy its rural setting. But, how many of them have ever considered how much time it would take for an ambulance to arrive on campus?Continue Reading

Courtesy Photo By Adriana Elizondo Staff Writer Apr. 15 is right around the corner, and Uncle Sam will expect taxpayers to do their civic duty and have their annual taxes filed by then. Truth be told a lot of students do not fully understand the whole concept of tax forms,Continue Reading

During the recent reopening of the Eagle Pantry, a Social Work Club member serves Army Staff Sergeant, Tad Snyder, a soup lunch. Staff Photo | Tahj McRae By Tonya Hammond Staff Writer Only weeks before Christmas, the Eagle Pantry opened its doors for the first time with only one goal:Continue Reading

          By Elisabeth Lively Layout and Design Editor   In early December, the Northeast Texas Community College Social Work Club opened the doors for the first time to a campus food pantry. The idea for the Eagle Pantry was started by students in the Social WorkContinue Reading

Students from More Alike Than Different organization gathered recently for their first meeting. The group will meet ever other Thursday at the Wesley Fellowship Center. Courtesy Photo By Emma Yeager Entertainment Editor   Depression and anxiety is rising more each year among college students. Some may recognize they have itContinue Reading

Businesses in Morris County sit idle after the downturn of the economy following the U.S Steel closure. Staff Photo | Tonya Hammonds By Tonya Hammonds Staff Writer   An 82-year-old African American woman described by many as reserved and soft-spoken, watched the economy in her hometown dwindle as U.S. Steel,Continue Reading

The Texas Department of Transportation recently held an open house at Chapel Hill School to discuss the proposed plan to widen FM 1735, the main highway that leads from SH 49 to Chapel Hill School and Northeast Texas Community College. Marcus E. Sandifer, public information officer of the Atlanta DistrictContinue Reading