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NMCC Welcomes New Director of Finance

| December 10, 2013

Aroostook County  – A certified public accountant with 24 years of experience as a manager, internal auditor and project coordinator is the new director of finance for Northern Maine Community College.  Michael I. Williams, C.P.A., C.I.A. is assuming the position held by Larry LaPlante who is retiring this month after nine years of service to […]

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22 Year Old Presque Isle Man Arrested, Charged with Arson

| October 28, 2013

22-year-old Paul Wasson sits behind bars after allegedly committing arson on NMCC’s campus over the weekend. It was around 2:30 Saturday morning that NMCC officials got word of a fire in the Penobscot residence hall. Bill Egeler, Dean of Students at NMCC says, “at that point in time all of our emergency protocols went into […]

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Presque Isle Man Arrested for Arson

| October 28, 2013

The State Fire Marshal’s Office say a young Presque Isle man has been charged with arson following an early morning fire on the campus of Northern Maine Community College over the weekend.   Early Saturday morning at about 3:30, Investigators from the Office of State Fire Marshal  responded to the campus in Presque Isle for […]

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Business and Industry leaders came together at NMCC’s Trade and Technical department advisory board meeting

| October 22, 2013

The room was filled with business and industry leaders from across the country at NMCC’s Trade and Technical department advisory board meeting. They came to give input on how the colleges programs are fulfilling industry needs and how they can improve. Pamela Buck, Trade and Tech Department Chair for NMCC said, “We rely on their […]

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$15.5 Million To Expand Capacity of Maine’s 7 Community Colleges is Question 5 for Vote on Nov 5.

| October 22, 2013

Programs and services to students at community colleges in Maine could be expanding with more labs, tools and resources. It all rides on a bond up for vote coming up on November 5th. Over 15 million dollars would be distributed to the 7 Maine community colleges, if voters approve question five on the November 5th […]

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