Mason Shirley, a recent Hayden High graduate, among WSCC dual enrollment students getting a head start with career goals

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HANCEVILLE, ALA.  –  Wallace State dual enrollment student Mason Shirley graduated from Hayden High School last month as valedictorian, with a strong number of college credit hours completed and with a clear career path in his sight. Shirley has been enrolled in Wallace State’s Career Tech Dual Enrollment program since 2013 and is approaching the…

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Butts, Rivers look back on journey to title, brace for uncertain future

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Reprinted with permission by The Cullman Times. By Jake Winfrey   Joshua Butts and Justin Rivers took in every possible scene during their historic outing at Lake Barkley (Tenn.) last weekend. The Wallace State angling tandem hauled in 15 pounds on the final day of competition — 42 pounds, 5 ounces overall — to collect the…

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Wallace State's Scott Bartlett, left, with Joe Hendrix.

Wallace State student Scott Bartlett becomes first Industrial Electronics recipient of AlabamaGermany scholarship

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HANCEVILLE, ALA.  –  Wallace State Industrial Electronics student Scott Bartlett is the first program recipient of the AlabamaGermany Bill Taylor Scholarship. Bartlett, who turns 42 years old on Friday, is currently in his third semester in the program. The Fairview native earned the AlabamaGermany Partnership recognition after applying for an Alabama Automotive Manufacturers Association (AAMA)…

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Wallace State softball’s Ragland named ASWA Community College Athlete of Year

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By Rob Ketcham Sports Editor The Cullman Times  The first time Wallace State softball coach Jayne Clem saw Rachel Ragland play in person was at a fall tournament in Trussville. This little Pleasant Grove junior was bringing heat in the circle for the Birmingham Vipers when Clem approached Ragland’s recruiter without much hope in mind.…

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Summer Youth Classes offered at Wallace State Community College

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Summer break has just started for area students, but there are plenty of opportunities for them to keep learning, while having a good time doing it. The Wallace State Community College Continuing Education program is offering a number of classes specifically for area youth. The course offered range from art and dance…

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Scholarship remembers uncle killed in boating accident

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The day Zina Stansberry lost her Uncle Joe Brock in a tragic boating accident almost three years ago was the worst day of her life, she said. “I was in total shock and even years later I still have a hard time about it,” she said. Brock came to live with Stansberry…

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