John Rowland, a 2014 graduate of Johnson Central High School, will graduate with an Associate in Arts degree from Big Sandy Community and Technical College in May.  He has been accepted to the University of Kentucky, where he plans to study communications.
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Big Sandy Community and Technical College is offering a variety of information technology courses virtually through its Ed2Go program.
Bianca Spriggs
The Library Seminar Series and Office of Cultural Diversity at Big Sandy Community and Technical College  will present Affrilachian poet Bianca Spriggs at 1:50 p.m., Monday, March 30, at the Dr. Michael B. and Carolyn S. McCall Art Gallery on the Prestonsburg campus.
Steve Russo, director of the East Kentucky Science Center and Planetarium, demonstrates the magnetic properties of ink.
The East Kentucky Science Center and Planetarium, powered by Appalachian Wireless, is one of only three science centers in Kentucky to host a national festival of educational programs focused on nanoscale science and engineering on Saturday, March 28 on the Prestonsburg campus of Big Sandy Community and Technical College.