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Calen Banks Signs with family
Jan 25th, 2021
Wabash Valley
WVC bass team signs Calen Banks of Herod, Ill.
Wabash Valley College's Bass Coach, Professor Todd Gill, is excited to announce the signing of Calen Banks for the 2021–2022 collegiate bass season. Banks signed on Wednesday evening, Jan. 20.
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Sep 29th, 2020
Wabash Valley
New company takes over managing WVC’s Red Café
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College is excited to announce that it has entered into a partnership with Manish Malhotra, who owns the company MRM3 LLC which operates several Wings Etc. and Arby’s locations. Malhotra is leasing the Red Café and started serving WVC’s students and community on Monday, Sept. 21.
Lane Bradley and family
Sep 29th, 2020
Wabash Valley
Wabash Valley College bass team signs Lane Bradley of Newton
Mount Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College's bass coach, Professor Todd Gill, is excited to announce the signing of Lane Bradley for the 2021–2022 collegiate bass season. Bradley signed on Wednesday evening, Sept. 23. Lane is the son of Chris and LeAnn Bradley of Newton, Ill. He is a senior at Newton High School and will be competing this coming season with the Newton bass team for the fourth straight season. Lane has been Angler of the Year for three years in high school and has two top-ten finishes with the Illinois Bass Nation High School Division.
WVC offering free GED courses
Sep 29th, 2020
Wabash Valley
Free GED test prep classes to be offered at Wabash Valley College
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College is pleased to announce it will be offering free GED test prep classes. This class includes tutoring, instruction and materials, and it’s all free! The classes will be offered from Oct. 20 to Dec. 17 and there will be two different class slots to choose from. One class will meet on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 8:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m., and the other class will meet from 5:00 p.m. – 9:00 p.m. Both will meet in Main Hall Rm. 205 at Wabash Valley College. 
Halbig and Gill watch their fish being weighed
Sep 29th, 2020
Wabash Valley
WVC bass warriors off to good start
Vandalia, Ill.— Two weeks into its inaugural season, the Wabash Valley College bass fishing club team is making a name for itself in the Association of Collegiate Anglers.  Saturday, the tandem of Drew Gill and Clayton Halbig finished in seventh place out of 36 boats in the McKendree University Invitational on Vandalia Lake. The event was added to the schedule only recently and five of the 14 Warrior fishermen were entered. 
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Sep 29th, 2020
Wabash Valley
WVC seeking applicants for Phyllis J. Schucker Memorial Scholarship
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College is now seeking applicants for the Phyllis J. Schucker Memorial Scholarship.
Jason Mendenhall and family
Sep 29th, 2020
Wabash Valley
WVC bass team signs Jason Mendenhall of Carmi
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College's bass coach, Professor Todd Gill, is excited to announce the signing of Jason Mendenhall for the 2021–2022 collegiate bass season. Mendenhall signed on Wednesday evening, Sept. 9. Jason is the son of Jeff and Angela Mendenhall of Carmi, Illinois. He is a senior at Carmi-White County High School and will be competing this coming season with the Carmi bass team for the third straight season.
Mason and family
Sep 22nd, 2020
Wabash Valley
WVC bass team signs Mason Gross of Carmi
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College's bass coach, Professor Todd Gill, is excited to announce the signing of Mason Gross for the 2021–2022 collegiate bass season. Gross signed on Wednesday evening, Sept. 9.
WVC holds Pro Day
Sep 22nd, 2020
Wabash Valley
WVC baseball Warriors hold Pro Day
Mt. Carmel, Ill.— Wabash Valley College’s baseball team hosted a number of professional scouts, ranging from area scouts to national cross-checkers, for a showcase on Sept. 17. There were several in attendance representing the majority of the Major League clubs. WVC Head Baseball Coach Rob Fournier stated the scouts “were there to see and evaluate our athletes, to determine who may be a fit for their organization in the future.”
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Jul 13th, 2020
Wabash Valley
Former WVC professor, Dr. Patricia Owens, quoted in new publication about Yellowstone
When retired Yellowstone historian Lee Whittlesey told his longtime friend Dr. Patricia Owens, a former Wabash Valley College professor, that he wanted to use her work in a book project he had been working on, she was surprised. As a way to stay connected, Mr. Whittlesey and Dr. Owens often exchanged works they had published throughout the years.