Wednesday, May 6, 2015

This was Great!


This was a fun and interesting class for me to take. I knew nothing about blogging until I took the class but after a while I realized how simple and fun it was to write what you think about.

Mrs. Walker (a.k.a Tina has been very easy to work with) and this made it a good experience. I just moved to Grand Island a couple weeks ago so it has been hectic but it has been good for me to check out the MPCC site and see what was going on back at home.

I would encourage everyone to do this that is interested in writing because it is very free and open about what you want to talk about. You can choose the subject and just run with it from there! You can’t miss with this course and the instructor!

Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Chet DeVaughn Retiring


Chet DeVaughn is retiring from teaching at the end of this year after 43 years. Chet grew up in McCook and had a couple teaching jobs at other colleges until 1995 when we came back home to teach at MCC.

A retirement open house is set for Wednesday at the Weeth Theater on campus from 3-4:30 p.m. for DeVaughn and Kathy Dernovich. The public is encouraged to attend. Please come out and show your support for someone who truly cares about what he does and cares about those that he teaches.

Monday, April 20, 2015

IT Classes for Fall 2015


Starting in the fall of 2015 Mid-Plains Community College will offer an Information Technology (IT) program for those wishing to have certificates in that field. These will be online classes for those who have a busy life style and don’t have time to make it to the classroom.

IT refers to anything related to computing technology, such as networking, hardware, software, the Internet or the people that work with such technologies. A few jobs that one could use this for is web development, network administration and computer programming.

If this is something that you would be interested in just make sure you sign up for the fall sememster.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Baseball and Good Times!


The end of the school year is near and so is our baseball team’s season. Come out and show your support for one of the last times that they will be here playing in McCook. April 22nd, 23rd and the 25th are the last time that our team will play at the Jaycee’s Sports Complex.

Please come out and show your appreciation for our team and root them on for the home stretch of the season! The weather is great now and our team is trying to finish strong.

Monday, April 6, 2015

Softball Team Solid Season and Still Going


Our softball girls are on a roll this year and are looking to have an outstanding season. Right now the Lady Indians are 32-12 and looking like a team that can play with anybody.

Come out Saturday April 11th and show your support as we host CCC Columbus for a double header with the first game starting at 1 p.m. and the second game to follow.

Show your support because these girls have been playing extremely well and are working hard to have this stellar season so far.

Tuesday, March 31, 2015

Sunshine and Baseball


The weather is starting to get warm so it’s time to get outside and enjoy it! The baseball team is hosting Western Nebraska Community College this Friday and Saturday at 1 p.m. This will be the second and third meeting this year between us and them with our Indians winning the first meeting 8-4.

Bring your t-shirt and shorts because it looks to be in the mid 80’s with very little wind. Come show your support and soak in the beautiful weather!

Monday, March 16, 2015

Support Softball and Epilepsy Awareness

Come and show your support for our softball team and raise awareness for epilepsy. McCook Community College Phi Theta Kappa Chapter and MCC softball team are sponsoring a “Purple-Out” event on March 19th to help raise awareness about epilepsy.

Abbee Terry, an 11-year old who attends Central Elementary School and has epilepsy, will throw out the first pitch at the 5 p.m. game against North Platte, the first game of a doubleheader.

Bracelets, hair ribbons and t-shirts will be for sale. Also there will be an auction for a signed softball from both teams. T-shirts will be sold for $12 in Von Riesen Library.

So come on out in your purple clothing and show your support for our lady Indians and help raise awareness on epilepsy!

Tyler Wright
Webzine Team Member