The Evelyn Burrow Museum displays maps outlining history of Alabama

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HANCEVILLE, AL — The Evelyn Burrow Museum, in conjunction with the Alabama 200 bicentennial celebration, is exhibiting a collection of maps of the state documenting its changes before and after statehood was established. On loan from the Birmingham Public Library, “Sweet Home: Alabama’s History in Maps” will be on display through at least Feb. 28.…

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Challie Johnson, of Hartselle, named 2018 Wallace State Homecoming Queen

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Challie Johnson, a Hartselle native, was named Wallace State Community College’s 2018 Homecoming Queen during the annual festivities on Sunday. She was crowned during halftime of the men’s basketball game vs. Southern Union. Johnson, a business management major, maintains leadership roles in a variety of organizations on campus. She is president of…

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Sadler’s career-high 32 points leads WSCC women past Southern Union; WSCC men fall in closing seconds

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State women’s basketball sophomore Joy Sadler was lethal Sunday in the paint, behind the 3-point arc and at the free-throw line. It all added up to a career-high 32 points for Sadler and a convincing 70-44 Wallace State victory over Southern Union at Tom Drake Coliseum during homecoming, moving the Lady…

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WSCC women notch win over No. 14 South Georgia Technical College; WSCC men drop conference game to Marion Military

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s women’s basketball team rebounded from last weekend’s conference loss with an impressive 56-48 victory over 14th-ranked South Georgia Technical College at Tom Drake Coliseum on Thursday. DeMaurea Moore poured in 12 points for the Lady Lions, Sydney Powell scored all 10 of her points in the first half and Tykeah…

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Feb. 15 deadline to apply for 2018-2019 WSCC Scholarships

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The deadline to apply for Wallace State Community College Scholarships for the 2018-2019 academic year is fast approaching. Feb. 15 is the deadline to apply for the grants offered by the college. Wallace State offers six specific scholarships, with multiple awards given out for each. The scholarships offered include: Presidential Scholarships, Academic…

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Wallace State’s Student Resource Center Open House allows faculty, students to meet student tutors

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. –With spring semester beginning this week, Wallace State’s Student Resource Center recently hosted an Open House, allowing faculty and students to meet and get familiar with student tutors available on campus. “It’s a great time for our faculty to meet our student tutors one-on-one and let them know what we have to offer…

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The Evelyn Burrow Museum welcomes artwork by Mississippi’s Bewey Bowden

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HANCEVILLE, Ala. — The Evelyn Burrow Museum at Wallace State Community College is pleased to announce the opening of its exhibit “Color Explosion” featuring the artwork of Mississippi artist Bewey Bowden. Known as the “Poppy Lady,” Bowden’s oil paintings are filled with colorful flora and fauna. She is considered one of Mississippi’s leading artists, with…

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Wallace State’s basketball teams notch weekend wins as ACCC play begins Tuesday

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HANCEVILLE, ALA. – Wallace State’s basketball teams geared up for Alabama Community College Conference (ACCC) action with non-conference wins over the weekend. Wallace State’s men collected an 83-69 victory over Arkansas State Mid-South behind four players finishing in double figures at Tom Drake Coliseum. Dee’Quan Fleming led the Lions’ charge with 18 points off the…

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