Tackling home improvement projects became a lot less intimidating for four community members who recently took part in a special class offered through Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC), community and corporate learning department.
After conducting multiple classes for students about how to apply for scholarships along with instituting a new, simplified process for submitting online applications, NPC Friends and Family (NPCFF) has received the most applications ever for a single semester.
Douglas Seaman, owner of Sentry Welding Supply in Lakeside demonstrated his passion for, and commitment to, post-secondary education this fall, when he provided three scholarships to NPC Friends and Family for Northland Pioneer College (NPC) welding students.
The thoughtful vision and creative talent of local artists from throughout Navajo and Apache counties is evidenced in the works currently on display at Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) Talon Gallery’s Locally Grown Fall 2022 exhibition.
The Navajo County Community College District (dba Northland Pioneer College or NPC) has once again been awarded a Certificate of Achievement for Excellence in Financial Reporting by the Government Finance Officers Association (GFOA).
Reservations for tickets are now available for Northland Pioneer College Performing Arts Department’s (NPC) presentation of Little Women - The Broadway Musicalwith music by Jason Howland; lyrics by Mindi Dickstein; and book by Allan Knee.
If your Halloween costume needs a final touch of realism, or a bit of makeup artistry, stop by any of Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) three cosmetology centers in Show Low, Winslow, or St. Johns, on Monday, October 31, to have a few fake wounds or some striking makeup applied.
In August of this year, White River Lodge #62, under the leadership of Master Larry Pedersen, generously donated a $500 scholarship to NPC Friends and Family, the foundation that supports Northland Pioneer College (NPC).
After a two-year, COVID-driven hiatus, two hundred twenty-five bikers from all over the U.S. participated in Northland Pioneer College (NPC) Friends and Family’s Pedal the Petrified (PTP) at the Petrified Forest National Park on Saturday, October 1, helping to raise more than $35,000 for NPC students.
In 2020, Chris Corbin, owner of the popular Show Low eatery, The House restaurant, was brainstorming with his former partner, Matt McGowan, on ways to give back to the communities who have supported them with their patronage.
It’s been a year since Northland Pioneer College (NPC) broke ground for the new Skills Center at the White Mountain Campus in Show Low. As I helped turn those first few shovels, it was hard to imagine the size and scope of the building and its potential impact on the community.
Northland Pioneer College (NPC) employees received topmost distinction among their peers at the 2022 Adult Education Institute, Arizona Association for Lifelong Learning (AALL), and Arizona Department of Education (ADE) awards ceremony held Saturday, September 10, in Tucson AZ.
Calling all artists in Navajo and Apache counties. You are invited to submit entries by September 30 for Northland Pioneer College’s 13th annual “Locally Grown” juried art exhibit, to be displayed from October 31 to December 2 in the Talon Gallery on the Show Low — White Mountain Campus.
On Sunday, September 11, 2022, the white mountain community is invited to join local first responders, and cadets at the Jake Flake Emergency Services Institute Northeast Arizona Training Center (NATC), in Taylor Arizona for a memorial in remembrance of the 21st anniversary of the attacks and tragedy of 9/11.
Auditions for Northland Pioneer College’s (NPC) production of the Broadway musical, Little Women, will be held on Tuesday, August 23 from 6 to 9 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center located on the Snowflake/Taylor – Silver Creek Campus, 1611 S. Main St.