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With a song in his heart

Student uses social media to build fan base, share music

Ever since he was little and began singing in the mirrors of his mother’s room back in Mexico, Esteban Gonzalez has dreamt of becoming a musical icon. But it wasn’t until his freshman year of college that he decided to pursue that dream. “Ever since I was little, I always had the dream of becoming an artist,” Gonzalez said. Full story

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Carrying ‘a great man’ in their hearts

Family, colleagues honor memory of former dean of technical education

Family, friends and former colleagues celebrated the legacy of a mentor whose positive attitude and approachable nature will forever be a part of who each of them is today. Gary E. Jarmer, Ph.D., former GCCC dean of technical education, died Feb. 18, 2014, at the age of 72, in Springfield, Mo. Full story

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Bryant update: Off ventilator, in rehabilitation

Valleys and peaks best describe Garrett Bryant’s days and nights according to his mother, Sandie, as Garrett continues to progress after a fall down a flight of stairs  Jan. 26 left him in a medical coma. Bryant’s progress can be followed  through CaringBridge. Full story

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MAKING A RUN AT NATIONALS

Track, field qualifies 12 for National NJCAA Indoor meet

At the Region VI Indoor Track and Field Championships last Friday and Saturday, the Busters brought their A-game just at the right moment. After two days of event-packed competition, the Busters came home with fourth place on the men’s side and tenth place on the women’s side. Full story