Wallace State basketball teams sweep Snead State as college inducts second HOF class

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State’s basketball teams capped a memorable Sunday at Tom Drake Coliseum with a sweep of Snead State. Playing in front of one of the largest crowds in recent Wallace State basketball history, the Lady Lions earned an impressive 77-67 victory in the opener, and the Wallace State men outlasted Snead State…

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Wallace State basketball teams sweep Lawson State in conference doubleheader

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State’s basketball teams completed a sweep over conference foe Lawson State at Tom Drake Coliseum on Thursday night. The Wallace State Lady Lions opened the doubleheader with their first conference win of season, rolling past the Lady Cougars 60-40. Wallace State’s men followed with a 69-65 triumph, sending the Lions to…

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Wallace State softball, ranked 12th in NJCAA preseason poll, opens 2016 season Friday

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State’s softball team opens the 2016 season on Friday, ranked 12th in the country and with their sights ultimately set on earning their 10th Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) title and contending nationally. The Lady Lions, who return 11 sophomores this season, finished with a 62-14 record in 2015, climbing out…

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Alabama Community College System (ACCS) announces changes in calculating passing scores for the GED Test

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MONTGOMERY, Ala. – The Alabama Community College System (ACCS) joined the GED Testing Service this week to announce major changes to the GED Test which will help to provide greater opportunities for those successfully passing the test.  The changes take effect immediately. According to the GED Testing Service, there has been a recalibration to the…

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Barham, Mills pace No. 21 Wallace State men past Shelton State; Lady Lions lose to No. 5 Lady Bucs

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. – Wallace State’s Marcus Barham scored 27 points, Xavier Mills added a career-high 19 and the 21st-ranked Wallace State men’s basketball team kicked off a busy week with a 78-69 victory over archrival Shelton State at Tom Drake Coliseum on Monday night. Wallace State, which has won 10 of its last 12 games,…

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WSCC’s Continuing Education schedule filled with classes for everyone; classes start soon

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — From cake decorating to graphic design to genealogy to CPR classes and more, the Wallace State Continuing Education program has a full schedule of classes for the spring semester. You can learn a new skill, train for a new career or take a class for the pure enjoyment of learning. The wide…

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Group trip planned to tour Civil War sites in Virginia, West Virginia and Pennsylvania

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Civil War buffs or anyone who enjoys history will want to join a group trip planned Sept. 10-18, 2016, by the Wallace State Community College Alumni Association. The nine-day, eight-night Civil War Trail tour will begin in Lexington, Va., and wind its way through West Virginia, Pennsylvania, back to Virginia, before making…

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Tickets on sale for Little Black Dress Charity Bash 2016; Proceeds support scholarships for women at WSCC

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Wallace State Alumni Association is now selling tickets for its annual Little Black Dress Charity Bash. The 2016 event is moving to a new venue and will include a new shopping area with local vendors as well as door prizes for guests attending the event. The Little Black Dress Charity Bash…

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