Remedial Enrollment Down 3% Among DeKalb Graduates

The percentage of Alabama public high school graduates who need to take remedial courses is a number that’s proving tough

Fyffe Ministries to present “This Is Our Story”

Fyffe, AL Fyffe Ministries will present “THIS IS OUR STORY” taking place at 778 Main Street in Fyffe on Sunday, April

Farmers May Nominate School Districts for Grants to Improve Science, Math

ST. LOUIS – Public school districts in rural communities can help prepare students for academic and career success by applying

Cinderella Performed by Alabama Ballet at NACC

The world-renowned Alabama Ballet performed Cinderella at Northeast Alabama Community College on Saturday, February 14, at 7 pm in the

Bruce’s Foodland Stores Hosting St. Jude Fundraiser TODAY

St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital is unlike any other pediatric treatment and research facility. Discoveries made here have completely changed

Governor Bentley Declares State of Emergency in Preparation for Winter Weather

MONTGOMERY—Governor Robert Bentley on Tuesday declared a State of Emergency for all Alabama counties in preparation for winter weather that

Child Development Students Active

Child Development students at Northeast Alabama Community College enjoyed Stone Soup and other provided soups on National Homemade Soup Day

Digital Photography Workshop Now Registering

Northeast Alabama Community College will offer Digital Photography in coordination with KC Photography. This Introduction to Digital Photography workshop is

NACC Wins Four National Collegiate Advertising Awards

Northeast Alabama Community College has just been notified that the college has won four awards, one gold, two silver and

Grant Will Fund ALFA Irrigation Initiative

A $1.7 million grant from the National Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) will help develop a statewide strategy to increase irrigation