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By ETBU Communications | Jul 18, 2019

The East Texas Baptist University School of Nursing has attained a 100 percent pass rate on the National Council Licensure Examination (NCLEX) for the fifth consecutive year.

The National Council of State Boards of Nursing (NCSBN) recently confirmed that all ETBU Spring 2019 nursing graduates passed the NCLEX.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 14, 2019

Leaders from Texas State Technical College, the Texas Workforce Commission and Longview-based STEMCO gathered Thursday in Marshall to commemorate a $166,657 Skills Development Fund grant aimed at improving workers’ skills.

More than 100 STEMCO employees have taken over 900 hours of technical and nontechnical training in collaborative team building, decision-making, electrical safety, Excel, Google Suite and other topics.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 14, 2019

Texas State Technical College showed East Texas residents on Saturday why their future can be brighter with a technical education.

The first TSTC Future Fair in Marshall highlighted 11 technical programs on campus, many of which serve industries in need of qualified workers.


Visitors of all ages did hands-on demonstrations, such as the virtual welder, toured labs and ate at food trucks parked next to the South Building on campus.

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By Marshall EDC - Special to Marshall News Messenger | Jul 11, 2019

Why is TSTC important?  Read more about what they are doing in Marshall.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 10, 2019

Just like illnesses invade the body, so can viruses of a more technical kind invade digital devices.

The health care industry is entrusted with sensitive patient information, and Texas State Technical College’s Cyber Security program trains technicians to diagnose vulnerabilities and protect data from intrusion in digital systems such as those maintained by hospitals and medical offices.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 8, 2019

Texas State Technical College won its first-ever medal at the 55th annual SkillsUSA National Leadership and Skills Conference held June 24-28 in Louisville, Kentucky.

SkillsUSA is a professional organization teaching employability, leadership and technical skills helping middle school, high school and college students pursue successful careers and build a skilled workforce.

SkillsUSA has more than 100 competitive events ranging from 3D visualization and animation to welding sculpture.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jul 2, 2019

Texas State Technical College in Marshall is planning its first “Future Fair” July 13 to introduce prospective students and community members to its high-demand job programs.


The TSTC Future Fair will take place from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Saturday, July 13 at TSTC, 2650 South East End Boulevard in Marshall.

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By Staff Reports | Jun 30, 2019

Chevron’s Jeremy Haken, Public & Government Affairs Advisor; Luke Hendricks, Production Supervisor; and Kim Smith, Operations Assistant, presented Panola College’s Natalie Oswalt, Dean of Arts, Sciences and Technology; and Daniel Hall, School of Energy Instructor, with a $20,000 donation on June 25 to support Panola College’s School of Energy program.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jun 23, 2019

It was a blue Wednesday in Marshall, but in the best kind of way, as Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Texas (BCBSTX) celebrated its 90th anniversary in the state — its 22nd in Marshall.

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By Staff Reports - Marshall News Messenger | Jun 4, 2019

Cabot Corporation hosted its first Sustainability Day for more than 4,500 employees across all of its locations worldwide on May 16.

Suzanne Scribner, Environmental Manager of Cabot’s plant in Marshall, reached out to SWEPCO’s Energy Efficiency team to see if they would like to participate by providing Cabot employees with energy saving information.

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