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College sees decline in registration

By Joanna Armstrong News Editor On Tuesday, Northeast’s Board of Trustees met to discuss the college’s recent decline in enrollment. “Enrollment does appear to be to some degree down this spring,” said NTCC President Dr….


Abandoned animals become the teacher’s pet

  By Cheyenne Shoemaker Feature Editor Sarah Spiker-Rainey found her calling soon after arriving in Northeast Texas. Not only as a college professor, but as the local area’s very own animal rescuer. Rainey and her…

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Spring 2015 registration begins

Registration for the spring 2015 semester is currently underway at Northeast Texas Community College. Students may also register for the holiday intersession term. Intersession courses run Dec. 15 through Jan. 5. These intensive online classes…


Prop 2 wins in election

After a week of anticipation, Northeast Texas Community College received the news last Wednesday that it had been waiting to hear – the provisional ballots had helped pass Proposition Two by only four votes. The…


SGA and CIS host annual food drive

Scott Wilhite Eagle Staff The Northeast Texas Community College Student Government Association (SGA) and Communities in Schools (CIS) have joined together once again to host the annual campus-wide food drive. The NTCC Food Drive, which…

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College announces Proposition Two passes by four votes

By Joanna Armstrong News Editor Late Wednesday afternoon, Northeast Texas Community College received the news that faculty and students had been waiting to hear – that Proposition Two in the bond election had passed authorizing…

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NTCC bond election results called into question

By Joanna Armstrong News Editor In an unexpected twist, the fate of Proposition 2 in Northeast Texas Community College’s bond election still remains unknown. On the night of the election, faculty, community members and even…

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Prop 1 fails

By Lauren Shortnacy Editor-in-Chief Administration, faculty and students gathered in the Whatley foyer Tuesday evening in anticipation of the outcome of the NTCC bond election. Although Prop 2, which authorized the issuance of $19.9 million…


Community member spreads message about bond election

By Lauren Shortnacy Editor in Chief On Nov. 4, voters in Morris, Titus and Camp counties will head to the polls to decide whether to approve the $19.9 million dollar bond election Northeast Texas Community…