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Here are some of the latest mentions of Kellogg Community College in online media. Click through the links to view the full posts.
- “M. Roger Tappenden obituary” (Coldwater Daily Reporter, May 31): Roger continued to further his education in criminal justice with degrees from Kellogg Community College and Western Michigan University, graduating Magna Cum Laude, and was always attending classes to upgrade his knowledge.”
- “KCC hosting youth robotics camp” (Port Huron Times Herald, June 2): “Kellogg Community College is offering two Summer Youth Robotics Camps in July for youth going into sixth through ninth grades this fall.”
- “KCC fall registration under way” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 3): “Kellogg Community College registration for fall classes is open. Students can begin registering in person at all campus locations beginning at 8 a.m. or online at 7 a.m. at Kellogg.edu.”
- “Nonprofit sector accounts for 1 in 10 jobs in Michigan” (Battle Creek Enquirer, June 3): “‘Not only do we provide the vital services to our communities, but we are an economic driving force in the community as it relates to the number of people we employ and the amount of assets and expenditures that we have within our own communities,’ said Teresa Durham, director of the Nonprofit Alliance at Kellogg Community College.”
- “Kristy Smith column: Kory Pehrson discovers his future in dairy” (Battle Creek Enquirer and Port Huron Times Herald, June 4): “Pehrson took Loonen up on the offer, planning from the start to return to Kellogg Community College during the winter of 2012.”
- “Nonprofits own 11 percent of Mich. jobs base” (Livingston Daily, June 5): “‘Not only do we provide the vital services to our communities, but we are an economic driving force in the community as it relates to the number of people we employ and the amount of assets and expenditures that we have within our own communities,’ said Teresa Durham, director of the Nonprofit Alliance at Kellogg Community College in Battle Creek.”
- Today is Thursday, which means a new edition of the Battle Creek Shopper News. The free publication often includes several articles related to Kellogg Community College.
- “Owens softball loses; George sets records (05-09-14)” (Sentinel-Tribune, May 9): “The Express stayed alive earlier in the day with a 7-6, nine-inning win over Kellogg CC.”
- “All-MCCAA Forward Taylor Signs With Men’s Basketball” (Marygrove Mustangs, May 30): “The men’s basketball program hit the road Thursday (May 29) en route to Battle Creek to add key veteran experience to their lineup with the signing of Kellogg Community College standout Nate Taylor (Battle Creek, Mich.).”
- “Marygrove Men’s Basketball – Nate Taylor Signing” (MGroveAthletics on YouTube, May 30): “Jeremy Otto caught up with Nate Taylor and Coach Covington after the second men’s basketball signing of the year.”
- “Mount Pleasant overcomes district challenges to retain No. 1 spot in Saginaw News baseball rankings” (MLive.com, June 4): “Infielder Tanner Gross, who is headed for Kellogg Community College, hit .441 for the Chemics.”
For more news about Kellogg Community College, view our latest news releases online at https://daily.kellogg.edu/category/news-releases.