Signing letters of intent with the Machine Tool Technology were Austin Dibble, Bailey White, Baylon Lesley, Cameron Flippo, Christopher Widner, Colton Terry, Dylan Jones, Eli Jackson Denney, Jeremiah Childs, John Davidson, Joshua Pope, Matthew Campbell, Nick Tindall, Noah Brown, Olon Morris, Robert Winslett and Sturgis Hunter. They are pictured with instructors Gary McMinn, Jonathan Minyard and Steve Smith.

Wallace State’s Applied Technologies Division hosts 2nd annual Signing Day

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Kirby Posey has plans one day to own a therapy farm for individuals with special needs. Posey, a Danville High student, will begin her journey toward that goal at Wallace State after attending the 2nd annual Wallace State Applied Technologies Letter of Intent Signing Day this week. Posey signed her pledge to…

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Wallace State welding instructor Jim Thompson to judge 2017 US Invitational Weld Trials next week

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State welding instructor Jim Thompson has been selected to judge the 2017 US Invitational Weld Trials in Decatur next week. The six-day event is at the Robotics Technology Park in Decatur. Thompson, who is approaching 22 years as a full-time instructor at Wallace State, also serves on the American Welding Society…

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2017 AHSAA Northwest Regional Basketball Tournament at Wallace State-Hanceville Feb. 16-18, Feb. 20-22

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – The 2017 Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Northwest Regional Basketball Tournament will be held Thursday, February 16 through Saturday, Feb. 18 and Monday, February 20 through Wednesday, February 22 at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville. Fifty-six teams will compete in 42 games at Tom Drake Coliseum to produce the AHSAA State Tournament…

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Wallace State Sonography boosts Cullman Christian School students’ knowledge of sound

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Ninth and 10th graders in Charlotte Heatherly’s physical science class at Cullman Christian School received a lesson in how ultrasound technology is used as a diagnostic tool during a recent visit to the Wallace State Community College Diagnostic Medical Sonography program. More than a dozen students heard from department head April Sutherland…

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Friendly game of basketball kicks off Spring 2017 Learning Communities at Wallace State

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — A friendly game of basketball kicked off the Spring 2017 Learning Communities events at Wallace State Community College. The student team was victorious over the faculty/student squad by a score of 44 to 57, avenging a loss in a similar game in 2016. Lauren Salerno, Wallace State’s theatre instructor and a liaison…

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Wallace State baseball extends winning streak to 8 games; WSCC softball wins pair at Chipola tournament

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Conner Daniel’s bloop single lifted Wallace State baseball to its second walk-off victory in three days in the Lions’ 8-7 seven-inning win over Northeast Mississippi in Monday’s doubleheader opener. Wallace State (8-1) rallied for three runs in the bottom of the seventh, extending the club’s early-season winning streak to eight games. Trailing…

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Wallace State and Auburn University Explore Aviation Partnership

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HANCEVILLE, Ala.–Officials from Wallace State Community College and Auburn University met in Hanceville recently to discuss potential partnerships related to aviation. “We are here today to look for ways to partner,” said Dr. Bill Hutto, Director of the Auburn Airport and Aviation Center. “One of the missions of the Aviation Center is outreach, including providing…

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As SkillsUSA Week is recognized, Wallace State is honored to succeed annually in the organization

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Last May, Wallace State Community College had a record 15 students finish in first place in their respective SkillsUSA competitions, and the Crime Scene Investigation team went on to earn second place in the nation. Wallace State has multiple students participate in SkillsUSA competitions each year and is honored to be associated…

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Wallace State’s Applied Technologies Division hosting second annual Signing Day on Feb. 16

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –  Wallace State Community College’s Applied Technologies Division is hosting its second annual Career Technical Letter of Intent Signing Day on Thursday, Feb. 16, at the James C. Bailey Center 12th floor. Modeled on an athletics signing, the Technical Division Signing Day allows incoming students in the summer or fall to officially secure…

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