Wallace State Theatre presenting “Singin’ in the Rain” Nov. 3-6

in Community, Dual Enrollment, Fine and Performing Arts, Headlines

HANCEVILLE, Ala. — A classic musical from the silver screen will come to life early next month when the Wallace State Community College Theatre Department presents “Singin’ in the Rain.” The characters of the beloved Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer film will take the stage Nov. 3-6 at the Betty Leeth Haynes Theatre, with shows at 7 p.m. Thursday…

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Wallace State’s Connie Briehn participates in NHGRI Short Course in Genomics at National Institute of Health

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State biology instructor Connie Briehn was recently selected to participate in the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) Short Course in Genomics at the National Institutes of Health. Briehn was one of only 25 faculty members selected across the United States to participate in the course. The course is designed to…

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Wallace State’s Student Government Association distributes backpacks to campus police department as part of “Props for Cops” campaign

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s Student Government Association (SGA) recently participated in the “Props for Cops” state-wide initiative, distributing backpacks filled with goodies for the college’s police department. The backpacks contained the following items: a Wallace State T-shirt and hat, candy and crackers, a lanyard, a water bottle, tissues, hand sanitizer, an umbrella and thank-you…

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Gudgers part of Wallace State’s history, success

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — Between the two of them, Dot and Garlan Gudger, Sr., spent 30 years at Wallace State Community College, educating students and building programs as the college grew. Dot Denning Gudger worked there first, hired in 1965 by Ben Johnson after his appointment to head the new trade school. She had one more…

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Sequence Health to Open in Cullman, Incubating at WSCC

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HANCEVILLE, Ala.—CEO John Richmond announced Wednesday that Sequence Health will expand into Alabama with a new medical contact center in Cullman. The announcement was made at Wallace State Community College in Hanceville, which is providing incubator space for the company to get up and running while a more permanent 15,000 foot facility is constructed in…

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From left, are Brandon Lindsey, Ethan Alexander and Brian Moody. They have each completed their CDL training through Wallace State’s program after enrolling at the Winston County Works site in Double Springs.

Wallace State’s CDL training in Winston County produces first group of completers

in Community, Continuing Education, Headlines, Technical

HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State Community College has its first CDL (commercial driver’s license) graduates from the Winston County Works project in Double Springs. Students Brian Moody, Brandon Lindsey and Ethan Alexander have each earned their licenses through Wallace State’s CDL program in Double Springs, completing the certificate in four weeks. “I saw an ad…

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