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Last Updated June 7, 2017

Nine Vikings sign to continue baseball careers

June 7, 2017 - No Comments

Nine Big Bend Community College baseball players have signed Letters of Intent to continue their careers at four-year colleges and universities.
The student-athletes were honored

Big Bend Community College saw nine student-athletes make commitments to continue their baseball careers at four-year colleges and universities this week. Those who signed are picture (Back Row left to right) Kaleb Whitlock, New Mexico Highlands University; Parker Stohr, Mayville State University; Josh Kalstrom, Oregon Tech; and Nathan Ball, William Penn University. (Front row left to right) Colin Tate, Marian University; Jacob Lundin, University of Northwestern Ohio; Justin DeHoog, New Mexico Highlands University; and Auggie Francis, New Mexico Highlands University. Not pictured Seth Reisbeck.

Columbia Basin roundup: 9 Vikings sign letters of intent

June 7, 2017 - No Comments

A multitude of Big Bend sophomores decided where to continue their schooling and collegiate baseball careers on Tuesday.
Justin DeHoog, Auggie Francis, Kaleb Whitlock, Parker

The ATEC building at Big Bend Community College was packed with items up for auction and people to bid on them Saturday night during Cellarbration

Cellarbration raises money for scholarships

May 22, 2017 - No Comments

Winery tasting room or college building? It was hard to tell in the ATEC building at Big Bend Community College Saturday night, as people throughout

Don and Cynthia Calbick bidding on silent auction items at the 2016 Cellarbration. The Calbicks have established two of their own scholarship funds with the BBCC Foundation.

‘Cellarbration’ set for Saturday at BBCC

May 18, 2017 - No Comments

The Big Bend Community College Foundation will sponsor its annual fundraising dinner, live auction and silent auction Saturday. The reception and silent auction preview for

BBCC baseball coach Pete Doumit says good-bye to coaching after 45 years

Big Bend baseball coach Pete Doumit says good-bye to coaching after 45 years

May 15, 2017 - No Comments

If you’ve played baseball in Moses Lake over the past four decades, chances are you played for Pete Doumit at some point in your life.

Matthew Sullivan

In Debut Novel, Former Tattered Cover Bookseller Brings Fictional Bookstore to Life

April 26, 2017 - No Comments

Former Tattered Cover bookseller Matthew Sullivan’s debut novel, Midnight at the Bright Ideas Bookstore (Scribner, June 13), a literary mystery centering around a bookstore and

Hillcrest’s Austin signs with Big Bend basketball

April 26, 2017 - No Comments

After lighting up the nets around eastern Idaho, Hillcrest High School’s Nash Austin will be taking his talents to the Northwest Athletic Conference next winter.

Learning to use scissors at the Moses Lake Library

April 21, 2017 - No Comments

 It’s “just a lot of fun” sitting on the floor and playing with kids, helping them learn new things and do something for the very

Early Childhood Literacy Fair sparks excitement for learning, featuring Big Bend's Early Childhood Education Program

Early Childhood Literacy Fair sparks excitement for learning

April 20, 2017 - No Comments

The Moses Lake Public Library was packed Monday night for the annual Early Childhood Literacy Fair.

Hundreds of families with young children took part

Workforce Education Building BBCC

New Big Bend building could start construction by 2018

April 3, 2017 - No Comments

The construction schedule will depend on funding, but as of now the plan is to open the workforce education building at Big Bend Community College