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Faculty colleagues Dr. Doug Smith, center of second row, and Mary Rittenhouse, at right back row, joined standing, from left, Jennifer McConville, Dr. Brad Ramsdale and Eric Reed at the 2016 NCTA Commencement. Front row, from left, is Regent Bob Phares of North Platte, now-UNL Chancellor Ronnie Green (IANR VIce Chancellor last year), University President Hank Bounds, Nebraska Governor Pete Ricketts and NCTA Dean Ron Rosati.
NCTA faculty Rittenhouse and Smith nominated to be associate professors Monday, April 24, 2017

April 27, 2017

By NCTA News                                                                                

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Tee Bush, horticulture and math professor, at the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture, is coordinating a new recycling initiative at the college’s campus in Curtis. (Craig Chandler photo)
College promotes recycling for Earth Day Friday, April 21, 2017

April 21, 2017                                                                      

By Mary Crawford, NCTA News  

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STVMA students who helped with the 2017 Spring NCTA Pet Spa were, from left to right, back row: Jordan Bayliss, Albert City, Iowa; Ashley Matson, Elm Creek; Kati Mannel, Gothenburg; Carli Johnson, Hastings; Brittany Koperski, St. Paul; Kelley Rosati, Maple Grove, Minnesota; and MacKenzie Walker, Arthur. Seated are, Eva Oliver, Merriman, and Payton Peterson, Bertrand.  (Courtesy Photo)
Scrub-a-dub-dub at NCTA Spa Day Thursday, April 20, 2017

April 20, 2017

By Mary Crawford, NCTA News

Dogs and cats were pampered and veterinary technician students chalked up practical learning experiences at a recent “Spa Day” at their college in Curtis.

The Student Technicians of Veterinary Medicine Association (STVMA) from the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis hosted their popular spring cleaning, a biannual Spa Day on April 8.

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NCTA Dean Ron Rosati presents the 2016 Aggie of the Year award to Michelle Connelly, who is a certified veterinary technician with a private practice in Kearney. (Crawford/NCTA Photo)
NCTA to honor Aggies at awards events Thursday, April 20, 2017

April 20, 2017

By NCTA News                                                                                     

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Greg Ibach, Nebraska Director of Agriculture
NCTA Commencement is May 4 in Curtis Thursday, April 20, 2017

April 20, 2017

By NCTA News                                                                                     

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Honorary State FFA Degree recipients include, from left, Darrell Peterson of Ainsworth, Doug and Tina Smith of Curtis, and Michael Teahon of Gothenburg. (Courtesy photo)
Curtis couple honored by Nebraska FFA Wednesday, April 19, 2017

April 19, 2017

By Mary Crawford, NCTA News                                                                                  

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Trevor Ginkens of Harrison ropes with the NCTA Aggies. He placed 9th at the collegiate rodeo in Lincoln. (Craig Chandler Photo)
NCTA Aggies place at UNL Husker rodeo Monday, April 17, 2017

April 17, 2017

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Andrea Burhardt of Winnetoon is Aggie of the Month for March
Horticulture, agribusiness major is the March Aggie of the Month Monday, April 17, 2017

April 17, 2017

By NCTA News          

Andrea Burkhardt has left a visible imprint upon the Aggie campus of the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture.

She was named Aggie of the Month for March by her peers, NCTA staff and faculty.

The Winnetoon, Nebraska, native is a third-year horticulture and agribusiness student who will graduate in May, then pursue her career in floral design.

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Quentin Anderson, first place; Chantelle Schulz, third; Michael Anderson, second; join NCTA Dean Ron Rosati and State Vice President Manuel Acosta, for the FFA Equine Science Placement award ceremony in Lincoln. (FFA Foundation Photo)
NCTA Aggies applaud FFA equine sciences Friday, April 14, 2017

April 14, 2017

By NCTA News

Quentin Anderson is headed to college thanks, in part, to his skill with horses.

The Pierce High School senior and FFA chapter treasurer will graduate in May, then head to the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture in Curtis.

There, he will double major in animal science and agribusiness, and compete with NCTA Aggie Rodeo in calf roping.

Anderson was among Nebraska FFA members who recently earned Equine Science Proficiency Awards at the Nebraska FFA Convention.

The 2017 recipients and FFA chapters were:

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NCTA Ranch Horse team members discuss upcoming competitions with Coach Joanna Hergenreder. (NCTA/Craig Chandler Photo)
NCTA Aggie results for "Punchy in Pink" Show Wednesday, April 12, 2017

April 12, 2017

By NCTA News

McCook, Neb. – The Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture Ranch Horse Team won third place amid six colleges at the April 8-9 “Punchy in Pink” Stock Horse Show in McCook.

The NCTA Aggies hosted the two-day show and coordinated all of the activities including a fun fundraising race for breast cancer, lining up the cattle for the stock handling competitions in working cow horse, and running the show.

NCTA Ranch Horse Team Coach Joanna Hergenreder provided the following results:

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