Scotty and LeAnne Burgess POCAHONTAS, AR Dec. 3— A Scotty Burgess EMT/Paramedic Scholarship has been established through the Black River Technical College Foundation. Scotty Ray Burgess was a longtime Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) in Randolph and surrounding counties before working in industrial construction as an industrial site safety professional. As an industrial safety professional, Scotty …
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Melissa Davis, BRTC Foundation Chair; Chad Chester, First National Bank; Martin Eggensperger, BRTC President POCAHONTAS, AR Dec. 2— First National Bank of Lawrence County recently donated $5,000 to the BRTC Foundation as part of its pledge. For more information about the BRTC Foundation or to give to the Foundation, visit https://blackrivertech.org/brtc-foundation.
Jana Caldwell, Guest Speaker POCAHONTAS, AR Dec. 1—During the month of October, Black River Technical College’s Career and Technical Center (CTC) students, high school juniors and seniors earning college credit, heard from guest speakers in various occupations. On October 15, BRTC’s CTC students heard from local realtors, Beth Cupp of Doty Real Estate in Paragould …
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