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  1. PTA Students Offer Massage Clinics

    Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) students at Colby Community College are offering three massage clinics in February. more...

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  2. Events Rescheduled After Storm

    After being closed Feb. 2-3 because of a winter storm, Colby Community College announced the following updates: more...

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  3. CCC Closed Feb. 3

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  4. CCC Closed Feb. 2

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  5. Basketball Postponed

    Because of potential hazardous weather conditions, the CCC-Seward County Community College men's and women's basketball games Monday evening in Colby have been postponed.  more...
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  6. Studio Friday Features Former Colby Teacher

    Retired Colby High School and Colby Community College art instructor Cal Mahin will be featured at Studio Friday on Feb. 5, in Ferguson Hall, rooms 502 and 503. more...

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  7. Audition Dates for Musical Announced

    Auditions for the Colby Community College spring musical production, “Annie,” will be held Jan. 26, Jan. 28 and Feb. 2. All auditions will be held in the  more...

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  8. PTA Students Receive Scholarships

    The American Business Club (AMBUCS) in Dodge City has awarded six $250 scholarships to Colby Community College physical therapist assistant (PTA) students. more...

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  9. Lecture Series Features Dr. Nancy Wadsworth

    Dr. Nancy D. Wadsworth, Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of Denver, will be the featured speaker at the Dr. Max Pickerill Lecture Series hosted by Colby Community College on Tuesday, Feb. 2. The Lecture Series begins  more...

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  10. College to Host Music Educator Workshop

    Dr. Hunter Ewen, music professor at the University of Colorado, will present a workshop titled, “Music Technology in the Classroom” on Friday, Jan. 15, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the choir room of the  more...

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  11. Alternative Energy Program Receives Grant

    The Colby Community College Renewable/Sustainable Energy program received a $5,000 grant from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation to aid in building a  more...

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  12. CCC Awards Microsoft Certification

    Colby Community College announced the names of 18 students awarded Microsoft Office Specialist (MOS) certification for the  more...

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  13. College Instructor Published

    Dr. Chris Price, Colby Community College history instructor, authored an article that will be published in an upcoming issue of “Baptist History & Heritage.” It is the second time  more...

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  14. Equestrian Team Rides in Semester Finale

    The Colby Community College equestrian team wrapped up their fall schedule Nov. 21-22 as Reserve High Point Team at a western show hosted by  more...

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  15. Angel Tree Benefits Care Home

    The Colby Community College Campus Bookstore is seeking assistance for this year’s Angel Tree project. The "angels" are  more...

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  16. CCC Partners for Health Screenings

    Colby Community College, the Thomas County Coalition and Citizen’s Medical Center, Inc. (CMCI) are partnering to make several health screenings available Jan. 14, 15, 16, and 18 from 6-9 a.m. each day. All lab work more...

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  17. College Offers Women's Safety Course

    The Colby Community College Equestrian team is sponsoring a women’s safety course on Thursday, Dec. 3, beginning  more...

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  18. Studio Friday Features CCC Alumn

    Colby Community College graduate Shela Reilley will be featured at Studio Friday hosted by Colby Community College on Friday, Dec. 4, in  more...

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  19. Planning Meeting for Spring Musical on Dec. 8

    The Colby Community College Music Department will hold a meeting on Tuesday, Dec. 8, at 5 p.m., to plan the spring community musical. The meeting will be held in the  more...

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  20. Winter Music Concert Dec. 8

    The annual Colby Community College Winter Music Concert will be held on Tuesday, Dec. 8, beginning at 7 p.m. in the  more...

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  21. Blood Drive Set for Dec. 3

    Colby Community College, in conjunction with the American Red Cross, will host a blood drive on Thursday, Dec. 3, from 9 a.m.-3 p.m. in the Student Union. CCC nursing students will more...

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  22. Equestrian Team Rides Well After Break

    After a three week break from competition, the Colby Community College equestrian team finished each day as more...

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  23. Attia Signs Letter of Intent

    Colby Community College sophomore Hassan Attia will continue his basketball career in 2016-17 at the University of more...

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  24. CCC All Star Volleyball Game Nov. 15

    Rosters for the 9th Annual Northwest Kansas All-Star Volleyball Match have been announced by Colby Community College.  The All-Star game, featuring high school senior volleyball players, is  more...

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  25. CCC Athletics Recap Nov. 2-8

    Colby Community College athletics are transitioning from fall to winter sports. The following is a  more...

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  26. Homecoming Activities Set for Nov. 2-7

    Colby Community College is hosting homecoming activities Nov 2-7.  The slogan for this year’s event more...

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  27. Studio Friday Features Barbara Stevens

    Barbara Stevens, retired head of the art department at Cloud County Community College, will be the featured artist at Studio Friday hosted by Colby Community College on Nov. 6. The event will be more...

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  28. Hall of Fame Class of 2015 Announced

    Colby Community College will welcome four new members to the CCC Alumni Hall of Fame. The class of 2015 includes more...

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  29. College Students Fighting Hunger

    The Colby Community College Student Government Association (SGA) will host a Numana food packaging event Nov. 3 from 6-8 p.m. to assemble dry box meals to feed the world’s hungry. The event will be held more...

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  30. Jankovic Recognized for Third, Fourth Times

    Colby Community College freshman Maja Jankovic was named by the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) as the Division I Defensive Player of the Week in consecutive weeks. The selections mark the third and fourth more...

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  31. Equestrian Team Hunt Seat Results Oct. 3-4

    The Colby Community College Equestrian Team hosted the first Intercollegiate Horse Show Association (IHSA) horse show for Zone 8 Region 5 on Oct. 3-4 at the college Agricultural Center.  CCC finished  more...

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  32. Nursing Public Forum Oct 15

    The Colby Community College Nursing Program will host a site review for continuing accreditation of its associate degree nursing program by the  more...

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  33. Berls Selected as Music Educator of the Year

    Colby Community College vocal instructor Randy Berls has been selected as the Northwest Kansas Music Educator’s Association (KMEA) 2015 College Music Educator of the Year.  He will receive his award on Nov. 7 at Hays High School during  more...

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  34. Hansen Foundation Aids Student Housing

    Colby Community College received a grant for $289,000 from the Dane G. Hansen Foundation to upgrade student housing. The funds will be used to completely renovate  more...

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  35. Regents Report Finds CCC Grads Earn More

    Colby Community College technical program graduates earn more money than graduates from any other two-year public institution in the state, according to  more...

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  36. Jankovic Earns Second Defensive POW

    For the second time Colby Community College freshman Maja Jankovic was named by the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) as the Division I  more...

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  37. Studio Friday Features Michael Knutson

    Visiting art instructor Michael Knutson will be featured at Studio Friday hosted by Colby Community College on Friday, Oct. 2, in Ferguson Hall. The event will be held from more...

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  38. Wilson to Write for Nursing Exam

    Jean Ann Wilson, a long-time nursing instructor and coordinator at the Colby Community College Norton campus, was recently selected as a volunteer item writer for the National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) Licensure Examination (NCLEX). It is more...

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  39. Rodeo Expected to Draw Over 450 Contestants

    The annual Colby Community College National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association (NIRA) Rodeo is scheduled for Sept. 18-20 at the Thomas County Fairgrounds. more...

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  40. Schroer named Librarian of the Year

    The Northwest Kansas Library System (NWKLS) announced that CCC Library Director Tara Schroer was named Librarian of the Year for 2015. The award is given to a member librarian who  more...

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  41. Students Build Solar Array

    Students in the Colby Community College Sustainable/Renewable Energy program are installing a 400-watt solar array at the college farm east of Colby. The structure is being completed during  more...

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  42. Jankovic Named Player of the Week

    Colby Community College freshman Maja Jankovic was selected by the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) as the Division I Defensive Player of the Week.  more...

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  43. Trojan Athletes Named KJCCC All-Academic

    Twenty-eight CCC student-athletes earned academic distinction on the Kansas Jayhawk Community College Conference (KJCCC) All-Academic Team for the spring 2015 semester.  Each semester the conference recognizes those earning  more...

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  44. Former Leader Remembered

    AUGUST 4, 2015 -- Former Colby Community College vice president of student affairs Glenn “Skip” Sharp passed away Wednesday at age 76. Sharp served at CCC from 1997 until his  more...

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  45. SSS Grant Funded Through 2020

    Colby Community College has received a $1.15 million federal grant to continue the Student Support Services (SSS) program for another five years. CCC was one of 938 higher education institutions the Department of Education funded out of  more...

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  46. New VP of Business Affairs Announced

    Following a national search, Colby Community College announced that Carolyn Kasdorf will serve as the next Vice President of Business Affairs. Kasdorf will be the top fiscal officer for the college. She replaces  more...

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  47. College to Host Public Forum

    Colby Community College president Seth Carter will hold a public forum to discuss the recent decision by the Higher Learning Commission to place the college on probation. The forum will be  more...

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  48. CCC Announces Graduates

    June 30, 2015 - Colby Community College conferred 329 degrees and certificates during the 50th annual commencement ceremonies at the Colby Community Building on May 15. Graduates are listed  more...

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  49. College Counselor Speaks to Rescue Workers

    Recently Colby Community College instructor and counselor Ryan Hale made presentations to about 120 rescue workers in the Denver area. His topics covered  more...

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  50. CCC Announces Spring 2015 Honor Rolls

    The Registrar’s Office at Colby Community College has announced the names of students who achieved academic distinction for the spring 2015 semester. To earn a place on a CCC honor roll, students must complete 12 or more credit hours and have no failing grades. Students on the Dean’s Honor Roll have grade point averages of 3.75-3.99. The President’s Honor Roll includes only those with a perfect 4.0 GPA. more...

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  51. CCC Instructor Retires After 37 Years

    Colby Community College vet tech instructor Dr. Cathy McMulkin has seen 36 Colby Community College commencement ceremonies. Friday’s event will be the final one she attends as a faculty member. “Dr. Mac,” as students and staff call her, announced her retirement last fall. more...

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  52. Horsemanship Camps Offered by CCC

    Three horsemanship camps hosted by Colby Community College are scheduled the last week of May. The first is an overnight camp for riders with previous riding experience and a knowledge of basic riding skills.  The camp will begin on Sunday, May 24, with registration and horse check-in at 3 p.m. at the CCC Agricultural Center located four miles east and one mile north of Colby.  more...

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  53. National Consumer Organization Recognizes CCC Dentist

    The Consumers' Research Council of America (CRCA) named Colby Community College dental hygiene supervising dentist Dr. Jay Sekavec as one of America’s Top Dentists in Academics and Forensic Dentistry.  more...

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  54. CCC Inducts 42 New Members to Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society

    Forty-two new members of the Rho Iota Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa at Colby Community College were inducted into the international honor society on Saturday, May 2.   more...

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  55. Incoming Regents President to Speak at CCC Commencement

    Colby Community College announced that the 2015 commencement speaker will be Dr. Blake Flanders, Vice President of Workforce Development at the Kansas Board of Regents.  more...

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  56. Large Turnout for Benefit Barbeque

    Friday Colby Community College served 176 people for lunch during a barbecue to benefit Ruby Brungardt, wife of CCC employee Virgil Brungardt. more...

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  57. Spring Music Concert Set for May 5

    The annual Colby Community College Spring Music Concert will be held on Tuesday, May 5, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center. more...

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  58. CCC to Present Honorary Degrees to Dr. Larry and Joyce Washburn

    In recognition of their contributions to the success of the community of Colby and the college, Dr. Larry and Joyce Washburn have been selected by Colby Community College as the 2015 Honorary Associate Degree recipients.   more...

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  59. College to Host Benefit Barbecue

    Colby Community College is hosting a benefit barbecue on Friday, April 24, from 11:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the CCC Student Union. Proceeds will be used to offset medical expenses for Ruby Brungardt, wife of CCC employee Virgil Brungardt.  The menu includes hamburgers, hotdogs, brats, baked beans, and potato salad. A free-will offering is suggested. For more information, contact Doug Johnson, 785.460.5411. more...

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  60. PBL Assists Cancer Society

    April 20 through 24 the CCC chapter of Phi Beta Lambda is “painting the campus purple” by supporting the American Cancer Society’s local Relay for Life. more...

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  61. College Offers Events for Violence Prevention Week

    Colby Community College Counseling Services is offering two events during Violence Prevention Week, April 13-17. Both events are in the Bedker Memorial Complex at7 p.m. in room 711. more...

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  62. McCarty Dairy Assists CCC Students

    McCarty Family Farms and the Southwest Dairy Museum and Education Center have teamed up to provide the Colby Community College Athletic Department with a new cooler stocked with Dannon yogurt.  more...

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  63. All-American Musical Revue Set for April 18 and 19

    Tickets are on sale for the Colby Community College music department’s All-American Musical Revue.  The performances will be Saturday, April 18 at 7 p.m., and Sunday, April 19 at 2 p.m., in the Northwest Kansas Cultural Arts Center. more...

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  64. Kansas Colleges Reach Reverse Transfer Agreement

    Colby Community College and the other 18 Kansas community colleges are offering reverse transfers with all of Kansas' private colleges. A reverse transfer allows students leaving a community college before earning an associate’s degree the flexibility to transfer credits from a different college back to the community college to complete the associate’s.  A reverse transfer agreement already exists between community colleges and the public universities in Kansas.  more...

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  65. Annual Spring Art Walk Scheduled for April 17

    (COLBY) - Colby Community College art instructor Rebel Jay and her students will host the Annual Spring Art Walk on Friday, April 17, from 5-9 p.m. along Franklin Avenue in downtown Colby. The show will feature works by professional artists, CCC art students, and pieces by area K-12 public and private schools. Most of the artists will be on hand. more...

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  66. Sheetz, Schamberger Lead Teams in Annual All-Star Game

    High school seniors from across Kansas displayed plenty of offense in the 22nd annual Northwest Kansas All-Star Basketball Classic. Both the men’s and women’s teams, wearing their respective high school team’s road dark or home light uniforms, played Sunday at the Colby Community Building. more...

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  67. CCC All-Star Basketball Games Set For March 29

    Colby Community College announced rosters for the 22nd annual Northwest Kansas All-Star Basketball Classic.  The All-Star games featuring senior basketball players will be held Sunday, March 29, in the Colby Community Building.  The women tip-off at 4:00 p.m. with the men’s game to follow at approximately 6:00 p.m. more...

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  68. Tobias Flores Featured During Studio Friday

    Fort Hays State University Associate Professor Tobias Flores will be featured at Studio Friday hosted by Colby Community College on Friday, April 3, in Ferguson Hall. more...

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  69. CCC Business Students to Compete in Chicago

    Six of the seven Colby Community College business students attending the Phi Beta Lambda (PBL) State Leadership Conference at Fort Hays State University Feb. 13-14 qualified for national competition this summer in Chicago.  more...

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  70. College SGA visits State Capitol

    Five members of the CCC Student Government Association (SGA) and two CCC staff members traveled to Topeka on March 5 to learn more about the legislative process. In addition to meeting with Lt. Gov. Jeff Colyer, the students viewed sessions of the Senate and the House of Representatives. more...

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  71. Small Business Development Center Ribbon-Cutting

    A ribbon-cutting for the Fort Hays State University Kansas Small Business Development Center outreach office located on the Colby Community College campus will be Wednesday, Feb. 25, at 10:30 a.m.  more...

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  72. Massage Therapy Program Accepting Applications for Fall 2015

    Applications for admission to the Colby Community College Massage Therapy Program are currently being accepted.  The program is offered in Colby and Norton.  The programs at both locations are a hybrid format.  The classroom portion is offered online with the clinics held on the Colby Community College campus and at the Norton campus located at 711 North Norton Avenue.  more...

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  73. Seth Carter Named Sixth President of CCC

    During a special meeting on Feb. 9, the Colby Community College Board of Trustees unanimously selected Seth Carter as the sixth President of the college.  Carter officially accepted the position this morning after meeting with Board Chair Arlen Leiker in Topeka.  more...

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  74. March Studio Friday Features Two Artists

    Multi-award winning artist and broadcaster Marshal Bailey and his daughter Sara Wilson are the featured artists for Studio Friday on March 6 at Colby Community College.  more...

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  75. College Offers Free IMAX Documentary: “Dolphins”

    Colby Community College instructor and counselor Ryan Hale will host the IMAX documentary Dolphins on Tuesday, March 3, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center located on the southeast corner of campus.  There is no charge to attend.  more...

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  76. Colby Students Honored for Academic Excellence

    Kansas will salute 55 community college scholars for their academic accomplishments February 12 in Topeka during the Nineteenth Annual Phi Theta Kappa Honors Luncheon. The event will be held at the Ramada Inn Hotel in Topeka in conjunction with February's Kansas Board of Regents meeting.  Those in attendance will hear from Dr. Rod Risley, Executive Director Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society. more...

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  77. Nursing Informational Meeting on March 6th

    Colby Community College will host an informational meeting for students interested in Level I (LPN) and Level II (RN) on Friday, March 6, at 4 p.m. in the Health Sciences Building, room 805.  more...

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  78. CCC Students Attend College Farm Bureau Conference

    Fifteen members of the Colby Community College Collegiate Farm Bureau Chapter and advisors Shanda and Caleb Mattix and Dr. Beth Fenton attended the Kansas Farm Bureau Young Farmers & Ranchers Leaders Conference in Manhattan held Jan. 23-25. more...

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  79. Tryouts for College Musical

    Colby Community College will present the musical “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” on April 18-19 in the Cultural Arts Center.  Auditions are open to community members and students. Those interested in participating in the spring musical should contact Randy Berls at 785.460.5520 or email randy.berls@colbycc.edu.  more...

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  80. Carol Raboin Featured at Studio Friday on February 6

    Hill City artist Carol J. Raboin will be featured at Colby Community College Studio Friday on Feb. 6.  Raboin will be working with participants on color harmony and learning to control chaos in painting projects.  more...

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  81. College Offers Free Documentary: Fed Up!

    Straight from its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival FED UP! will be shown on Jan. 26 beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center located on the Colby Community College campus.  more...

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  82. CCC Farm Bureau Chapter Hosts Farmland Documentary

    The CCC Farm Bureau Chapter invites you to attend the documentary 'Farmland' on Tuesday, February 3 at 7pm in the CAC Frahm Theatre on the CCC campus. Farmland takes an intimate look at the lives of six young farmers and ranchers as they take responsibility for the operation of the their businesses. Admission is free and great door prizes will be given. more...

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  83. Max Pickerill Lecture Series Features Steven Farney

    The Max Pickerill Lecture Series has announced the first speaker of the year is author and screenwriter Steven Farney.  The lecture will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 10, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center located on the southeast corner of campus. more...

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  84. Massage Therapy Program Offered in Norton

    Colby Community College has announced the Massage Therapy Program is expanding to the Norton campus beginning in August 2015.  The certificate program is currently offered in a hybrid format with clinics held on Monday evenings in Colby.  Beginning August 15, 2015, the hybrid program will be offered in the CCC building located at 711 North Norton Avenue in Norton every other weekend. The classroom portion of the program is offered online. more...

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  85. College Offers Free Lecture: "Your Survival Instinct is Killing You"

    Colby Community College instructor and licensed counselor Ryan Hale will be speaking on how "Your Survival Instinct is Killing You." It is the first lecture of the semester, taking place on Monday, Jan. 19, beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center located on the southeast corner of campus.  There is no charge to attend.  more...

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  86. Professional Development Opportunity: New Music Standards

    Dr. Frederick Burrack, Director of Graduate Studies in Music and Director of the Office of Assessment at Kansas State University, will present professional development sessions on January 16, 2015. The first session covers “Understanding and Curriculum Strategies for the New Standards” and will take place from 9:00am-12:00pm. After a one-hour break, the second session will discuss “How They Contribute to the Common Core through Authentic Music Experiences” and will last for two hours. more...

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  87. Cutting-Edge Stem Cell Therapy Procedure Performed at CCC Farm

    The Veterinary Technology program at Colby Community College logged another first on Nov. 20 at the College farm.  Students in the Veterinary Technology and Horse Production programs observed an in-house stem cell therapy procedure performed on a horse owned by CCC.  more...

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  88. Kansas’ Only Fully Online Vet Tech Program Earns Accreditation

    The Colby Community College Distance Learning Veterinary Technology Program achieved a major milestone in September.  The program, which is the only fully online program to originate from a Kansas college, earned initial accreditation by the American Veterinary Medical Association in September.  more...

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  89. Dr. Max Heim Selected as Interim President

    For the second time in five years, Dr. Max Heim has been selected to serve as the Interim President at Colby Community College.  He was hired by the CCC Board of Trustees at a special meeting on Dec. 1 to fill the vacancy created by Dr. Stephen Vacik’s resignation.  more...

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  90. Jaton Denneler Featured Artist at Studio Friday

    Colby native Jaton Denneler will be the featured artist at Studio Friday on Dec. 5 at Colby Community College.  Denneler will be demonstrating Zentangle which is an abstract drawing created using repetitive patterns.  more...

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  91. CCC All-Star Volleyball Game Set for November 16

    Rosters for the 8th Annual Northwest Kansas All-Star Volleyball Match have been announced by Colby Community College.  The All-Star game, featuring high school senior volleyball players, will be held Sunday, Nov. 16, beginning at 1 p.m. in the Colby Community Building. more...

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  92. Ski and Travel Documentary Scheduled for Nov. 18

    Colby Community College instructor Ryan Hale is planning a Kick-Off to Winter Party which includes a ski and travel documentary on Nov. 18 beginning at 7 p.m. in the Cultural Arts Center.  more...

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  93. CCC Student Awarded Phi Theta Kappa Scholarship

    Kyle Summers, a former student at Colby Community College, has been selected to receive a $1,000 scholarship from Phi Theta Kappa Honor Society as a 2014 Coca-Cola Leader of Promise Scholar.  Summers, a native of Shawnee, Kans., attended CCC in the 2013-14 academic year.  He was a member of the Trojan Men’s Basketball Team.  more...

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  94. November Studio Friday Features Barbara Stevens

    Barbara Stevens, retired Head of the Art Department at Cloud County Community College, will be the featured artist at Studio Friday hosted by Colby Community College on Nov. 7.  Stevens will be teaching mixed media.  All needed supplies will be available in the art room.  Participants who have a favorite paint brush, picture or subject matter are encouraged to bring it to the event.  more...

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  95. One Credit Hour Classes Offered in November

    Colby Community College psychology instructor Ryan Hale has scheduled two one-hour classes on Nov. 1 and Nov. 8. more...

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  96. 50th Anniversary Homecoming Set for Oct. 27-Nov. 1

    Colby Community College Hall of Fame Inductees Announced

    Colby Community College is hosting 50th anniversary homecoming activities Oct. 27-Nov 1.  The slogan for this year’s event is “50 Years Long.  Tradition Strong.”  The public is invited to attend and participate in all events. more...

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  97. Ebola Virus Will Not Affect CCC Travel Plans

    Some concern has been expressed about the women’s basketball team traveling to Frisco, Tex., near Dallas and the men’s team participating in a tournament in Dallas this weekend.  After researching the disease, the college has decided to adhere to the recommendations of the Centers for Disease Control.  more...

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  98. Collegiate Farm Bureau Hosts Keith Kennedy

    The Colby Community College Collegiate Farm Bureau organization hosted Keith Kennedy from Custom Ag Solutions earlier this month.  Kennedy  presented a risk management Monte Carlo simulation called 'Farming is Risky Business.”  more...

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  99. Campus Life Hosts Kickball Tournament

    Four teams participated in a Kickball Tournament on Oct. 2  hosted by the Student Life Department at Colby Community College. The first team to reach 15 runs won each game in the single-elimination tournament. more...

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  100. 50th Anniversary Quilt

    Kathy Britton donated a quilt which includes Homecoming t-shirts and other CCC organizations’ and athletic teams’ t-shirts to be given away at the 50th Anniversary Homecoming Celebration on Saturday, Nov. 1.   more...

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