Health News

Missouri is ‘high performer’ in public health emergency preparedness

Missouri is among states rated as high performers in public health emergency preparedness measures by a nonpartisan, nonprofit organization that advocates for optimal health for people and communities through the prevention of illness and injuries. The Trust for America’s Health report “Ready or Not: Protecting the Public’s Health from Diseases, Disasters, and Bioterrorism 2020” released […]

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North Central Missouri College LPN Program ranked in top 3 by professional website

North Central Missouri College’s LPN program has been ranked among the “Best LPN Programs in Missouri” for the year 2020 by the team at Nursing Process. NCMC ranks third in the state out of 43 state programs reviewed. North Central Missouri College was ranked based on academic quality, NCLEX-PN pass rates, affordability, and reputation. “We […]

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Russell and Vonda Gillespie Scholarship awarded to Zackery Lewis

Prior to the Dr. Albert & Vera Cross Hall 10th anniversary open house, $45,000 in Allied Health scholarships were announced by the North Central Missouri College Foundation.  Mr. Mitch Holder, NCMC Dean of Instruction, made the announcements with scholarship donors, student recipients, and guests in attendance.  Forty-four scholarships were announced with award amounts ranging from […]

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Local Artist Dan Maxey to be featured at Dorris Rider Art Gallery

A collection of works by a rural Trenton resident will continue the 2019-2020 exhibition schedule in the Dorris Rider Art Gallery at North Central Missouri College in Trenton.  “FACES: Furry, Famous, and Familiar” by Dan Maxey will open on Tuesday, February 11 will be on display through mid-April. The exhibit will feature a collection of […]

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NCMC business students help with Gallatin R-V Economics Day

The North Central Missouri College Human Resource Management class partnered with fifth graders from Gallatin’s Middle School to participate in their School of Economics day. Each fifth-grader was assigned a job where they earned a salary and had different job tasks to complete. NCMC’s Human Resource Management class assisted the fifth graders by helping place […]

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NCMC Foundation awards book scholarships

North Central Missouri College Foundation announces recipients of the Nancy Ball Book Scholarship.  Sixteen recipients were awarded a $250 book scholarship in honor of Nancy Ball’s gift to the NCMC Foundation.  Recipients were selected based on their involvement on campus, recommendation by a faculty/staff organization sponsor and a 250-word essay. “This is the first time […]

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Audio: Area internet providers to expand broadband services to rural residents

United States Department of Agriculture Deputy Under Secretary for Rural Development Donald “DJ” LaVoy announced on Tuesday that five Missouri projects will receive 60.9 million dollars in USDA funding for high-speed broadband infrastructure. The USDA’s ReConnect Pilot Program announcement was made at the Metcalf Mechanical Resource Center at the North Central Missouri College Barton Farm […]

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NCMC Board of Trustees approve personnel actions

The North Central Missouri College Board of Trustees approved several personnel actions Tuesday evening. One action was an increase in salary for several Trio staff members to align with national Trio salary surveys. Student Support Services changes included Stacey Russell’s salary increasing from $24,877 to $27,000 for a 10-month, 80% time contract, John Wilbur’s salary […]

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Jeffrey Jackson selected as North Central Missouri College Outstanding Employee

Jeffrey Jackson, Custodian, has been selected as North Central Missouri College’s Outstanding Employee for January. Jeffrey, a veteran, has been employed at NCMC for over a year. “My favorite thing about working at North Central Missouri College is that it is a good place to learn,” said Jeffrey.  Jeffrey helps keep the college neat and […]

Auditions still open for “Trenton’s Got Talent”

Trenton’s Got Talent is scheduled on February 8th at Trenton High School and there’s still time for entries from individuals and groups to participate. Youth ages five through college-age can display their musical, dance and fine arts talents during the local event, sponsored by the Trenton High School Choir and Trenton Rotary Club. Youth interested in […]