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Alumni Homecoming 2015
All seven graduates of Big Sandy Community and Technical College’s Practical Nursing program passed their state board exam (NCLEX-PN) on their first try and are employed as Licensed Practical Nurses.  Shown are:  Lakin Jackson Ratliff, Brittani Holbrook, Andrea Conn, Meghan Banks, Brittany Crum, Brittany Tackett and Olivia Waller.  This marked the second straight year the program had a 100 percent pass rate on the NCLEX-PN exam.
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Sep
04
Alex Meade, left, was crowned winner of the Betsy Layne High School Big Sandy Idol competition on Friday, August 28.  Destiny Waddle was runner-up.  Both will advance to the 10th annual Big Sandy Idol regional competition at the Mountain Arts Center.
Eight students participated for coveted spots for the annual Big Sandy Idol Regional Competition, which will be held in March at the Mountain Arts Center. Alex Meade was crowned the winner, and Destiny Waddle finished as runner-up. Both will advance to the 10th annual Regional Competition and have a chance to earn a spot on the Big Sandy Singers, an album recording and other prizes.
Sep
04
Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) was the presenting sponsor of the 58th annual Southeast Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Awards Banquet on Thursday, August 20 at the East Kentucky Expo Center.
Sep
04
G. Devin Stephenson
It’s been three months since I became president of Big Sandy Community and Technical College. And I’m not sure my feet have hit the ground since my wife, Judy, and I arrived in Eastern Kentucky. That’s fine with us, because we know there’s a lot of work to do, and we’re ready.