'Black box' theater to be ready for MCC production in April
(Local News ~ 02/15/06)
By BRENT L. COBB McCook Community College News Bureau Work is moving along very swiftly on construction of a new black box theater in Tipton Hall on the MCC campus. The theater is expected to open on April 20, 21 and 22 with its first production, The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society Murder Mystery, directed by Sue Watts...
Never too old to learn
(Column ~ 02/15/06)
You're never too old to learn is an admonition I am beginning to accept as truth. It has taken decades for me to realize the truth of that statement, but it took only days for me to learn that the restricted sales of over-the-counter cold remedies containing pseudoephedrine has indeed curtailed the manufacture of methamphetamine...
New theater will help cultivate area's talent
(Editorial ~ 02/15/06)
Montgomery Clift. David Janssen. Fred Astaire. Marlon Brando. Ring any bells? Dorothy McGuire. Gordon McRae. Nick Nolte. Robert Taylor. OK, how about Rodney Grant or Ward Bond? No self-respecting Southwest Nebraskan could forget Ward Bond, star of "Wagon Train" and "It's A Wonderful Life."...
Indians sweek North Platte CC
(College Sports ~ 02/15/06)
McCook Community College basketball teams downed their Mid-Plains rivals as the men won 72-69 and the women won 67-63 Tuesday night in True Hall Gymnasium. Marcus Vontz led the McCook men team with 24 points and 5 rebounds in the first half. Vontz was also 8/11 from the floor and 4/5 from the free throw line. Jeremy Mallard followed with 13 pts and was 3/5 from the 3. Adam Vaden had 8 pts and 4 rebounds and assists. Kyle Wamsley had 11 pts and was 4/5 from the floor...
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