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  • Some MVC band members from last season prepare for a concert. (Photo courtesy of April DeGraff, MVC Marketing and Communications)

    MVC band to start concert season
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      Information provided by Garry Anders  The MVC band department has announced its concert season for the 2011-12 school year with an opening concert 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Sept. 27, at Bueker Middle School.  The band is under the direction of Garry Anders, Charles Ferguson, and Chuck Appleton.  The first concert will feature three movements […]

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    Volleyball team works busy schedule
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       While most students at Missouri Valley College were enjoying their final days of summer, the Missouri Valley Women’s Volleyball team was here practicing three times a day, in a non-air conditioned gym and temperatures of more than 100 degrees. The volleyball team has been in full force since August 13, and has had one […]

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    This week: ValleyPALOOZA, Stampede rodeo
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    Thursday (Sept. 22) through Sunday (Sept. 25) is the second annual ValleyPALOOZA Family Weekend at Missouri Valley College. To start the weekend, the Missouri Valley Rodeo team will be hosting their one and only home rodeo of the year. The MVC Viking Stampede is Thursday through Saturday evenings at 7 p.m. at the Saline Co. […]

  • Members of the Flatliners.

    Flatliners take over Thursday
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    Lion King, SpongeBob, bringing people from the audience, eating cats. Where can you see all of these events in one place? The Flatliners show, with troupe leader Taylor Castillo, a Flatliner since his freshman year. Other Flatliner performers are Clayton Sullivan, Sequan Davison and Carrie Palmer, who had left for a year but rejoined her former […]

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    Valley musicians jam in the MET
    Campus EventsCollege Life

    Ramone Hall, Shaun Armbruster, Nick Aragon, Joe Graham, Tierra “Symone” Williams, and Jeremiah “J-Furi” Clark were some of the artists on stage last Sunday. The audience, a small crowd of more than 20 people, lightly stomp their feet in rhythm Sunday night in the Morris Experimental Theater. Nick is on stage playing the harmonica, guitar […]

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