When Riana Willsie was unsure of what she wanted to pursue in college and beyond, she turned to Middlesex Community College to help her figure out her goals. Now a Fashion graduate and inductee of Phi Theta Kappa, the international honors society for two-year colleges, Willsie is preparing to transfer to a four-year college in the fall.
KENNEWICK — The Walla Walla High School boys basketball team experienced ice-cold shooting in the second half Saturday, June 19, during the championship game of the Mid-Columbia Conference tournament at Kamiakin High School. Wa-Hi managed just six field goals after halftime in a 57-47 loss to the Kamiakin Braves.
Ahead of the next Minecraft Championships (MCC) event, MCC Pride 2021, Noxcrew has unveiled a special prize that will be given out to the victorious team. Typically, the main prize for any MCC competition is a special Championship Coin, and this time, the coin is going to be themed around Pride.
By MCC Summer weather draws many people outside. Warm air and sunshine can be hard to resist, even when temperatures rise to potentially dangerous levels. Sunburn may be the first thing that comes to mind when people think of spending too much time soaking up summer sun.
By MCC Many men do not feel the need to visit a doctor unless there is something that is causing problems that can no longer be ignored. Men are at a higher risk for certain health conditions than others. Among the 15 top causes of death, men lead women in all of them, except for Alzheimer’s disease, according to WebMD.
By MCC Pools make for entertaining places to spend summer days and evenings. Pools provide some respite from the heat of the sun and children often spend hours splashing with friends, all the while getting beneficial exercise. When swimming in pools, swimmers must recognize their inherent dangers.
By MCC Summer is a great time to get outside and soak up some sun. Weekend afternoons spent on the water, lounging at the beach or working in the backyard are part and parcel of many people’s summers. Skin damage may be the furthest thing from many people’s minds when they’re planning to spend summer afternoons outdoors.
Editor's note: Miles Community College release. MILES CITY -- The Women's Basketball Hall of Fame (WBHOF) has named Miles Community College's Rebekah Dallinger as a recipient for the "Ring of Honor" for her outstanding accomplishments during the 2020-21 season. The "Ring of Honor" is the WBHOF award recognizing the top high school and college players from around the nation.
Prep girls basketball MCC playoffs: Hermiston vs. TBA Prep wrestling Pendleton at IMC district tournament, Redmond, 10:30 a.m. Hermiston at Washington state tournament, Centralia, TBD Prep swimming IMC district swimming, Hood River, 10 a.m. Monday, June 21 Prep boys basketball 2A state tournament: Heppner vs. Knappa, at Portland Christian, TBD
The grant supports students enrolled in Futures for Frontliners and Michigan Reconnect FLINT, Mich. (WJRT) - is among five colleges receiving a ‘Sixty by 30 Student Success’ grant of up to $150,000. The grants are going to community colleges to improve success rates among adult students as a part of the Futures for Frontliners and Michigan Reconnect programs.
Students are graduated. There's no state tournament. However, this isn't the end of the line for high school basketball. On Saturday, an MCC tournament champion will be named. BOYS SEEDING #1: Kamiakin #2: Walla Walla #3: Richland
Top 10 Things You’ll Never Hear Your Father Say Marshall Co. Treasurer Jaret Heil discusses county tax sale Dorie Tammen with Riverside Cemetery discusses the annual fishing derby and ongoing cleanup at the cemetery Chancellor Dr. Kristie Fisher, Iowa Valley Comm. College Distr. gives construction updates on MCC campus and Alliant partnership
Calling all former Marshalltown Bobcat Cross Country runners who ran under Coach Tim Bell from 1981 — 2013. We are having a reunion this summer to reminisce on our past successes and catch up with each other and Coach Bell himself. Coach Bell led the Bobcats for 32 years, amassing 25 state meet appearances, two individual state champions, 84 percent winning percentage with a 2,391 – 470 record in head to head matchups, was recently inducted into the Iowa Association of Track Coaches Hall of Fame and most importantly a beloved coach to 541 runners.
Kansas Mennonite's 53rd annual Relief Sale runs July 2 through mid-afternoon July 3 at the Kansas State Fairgrounds in Hutchinson. The event’s purpose is to raise funds for Mennonite Central Committee, a world-relief organization offering relief, development and peace programs in more than 50 countries.
Mitsubishi Chemical enters into a license agreement with Mura Technology for chemical recycling process
Mitsubishi Chemical Corp. (MCC; Tokyo) has entered into a license agreement with Mura Technology, Ltd. pertaining to a process (HydroPRS) for manufacturing raw materials (regenerated oils) for chemical products from plastic wastes. MCC is continuing to consider the conversion of raw materials to non-fossil-based materials and the development of technologies for chemical recycling of plastic waste in order to realize a circular economy.
KBR and Mura Technology Announce First Plastics Recycling Technology Contract with Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation
HOUSTON, June 17, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- KBR (NYSE: KBR) and Mura Technology announced today the first joint contract award for its plastics recycling technology, Hydro-PRT℠, with Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation (MCC) in Japan. Developed by Mura and licensed exclusively by KBR, Hydro-PRT employs a unique patented process utilizing supercritical steam to convert all types of plastics into commercial products that can be used to produce new plastics to deliver a truly circular economy.
Details for Pre-engineered Metal Buildings for CCC & MCC CTE Facilities Jun 17, 2021 NOTICE Notice of Public Hearing Public Improvements You are hereby notified that at 4:00 p.m. on June 28, 2021, via Zoom, the EICCD Board of Trustees will conduct a public hearing of the proposed plans, specifications, form of contract and estimated cost for a public improvement project: Pre-Engineered Metal Buildings for CCC and MCC CTE Facilities.
MCC hires medical doctor with extensive educational leadership background to head college health professions
MCC hires medical doctor with extensive educational leadership background to head college health professions MOHAVE COUNTY – Mohave Community College is pleased to announced Dr. Liliya Tischenko, M.D., to serve as the new Dean of Health Professions. She will provide leadership in the development of new programs and diversification of existing programs to help students and meet the needs of communities throughout Mohave County.
McHenry County College is making it easier for students to go back to school this summer and fall semester with a variety of expanded financial resources. Using federal funding obtained through the Coronavirus Relief: Emergency Relief Fund, the College established the Purple Pride Relief Fund, which is specifically designed for students most negatively impacted and facing significant hardship as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.