The New Clock Tower
Tate Greene
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Dr. George D. Edwards, president and CEO of Big Sandy Community and Technical College, was presented with the Lifetime Achievement award by the Paintsville/Johnson County Chamber of Commerce on Friday, September 12, at the group’s annual banquet at the Ramada Conference Center.  Dr. Edwards is shown with Fran Jarrell, executive director of the Paintsville/Johnson County Chamber of Commerce, left, and Kathy Rubado, executive director of the Highlands Foundation, right.
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Nov
21
The New Clock Tower
Last week, students and the college’s maintenance and operations staff put the finishing touches on a clock tower, providing a welcomed addition to campus for students, employees and visitors.
Nov
21
Big Sandy Idol held its competition at Belfry High School on Friday, November 7. Cydney McCoy, left, was runner-up, and Payton Trout was named the winner.  Each will advance to the regional competition in March at the Mountain Arts Center.
Big Sandy Community and Technical College (BSCTC) held its Big Sandy Idol competition at Belfry on Friday, November 7. Big Sandy Idol is sponsored by Gearheart Communications.
Nov
18
We are celebrating Native American Heritage Month with presenter Doug Wood November 18th in the Gearheart Auditorium from 12:25-1:45.