Hartnell College News
Browse past news stories for Hartnell College in Salinas, CA.
- Men’s basketball: Hartnell College turns to military veteran for leadership
Editor’s note: This is one in a series of local basketball previews. Follow along at montereyherald.com/sports. For as youthful as the Hartnell College men’s basketball ...
- Man sentenced in fatal Labor Day shooting of Hartnell College student last year
Christopher Montoya, 33, of King City, must spend 18 years in prison before he is eligible for parole. Check out this stor ...
- Hammer throwers compete at Hartnell College, hoping to make the Olympic trials - KSBW The Central Coast
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- Hillary Clinton campaign stop at Hartnell College Wednesday - KSBW The Central Coast
Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton will be at Hartnell College for a rally at 2 p.m. Wednesday. Doors will open at noon. The event will take place in the college's small auxiliary gym (Building G) at 411 Central Avenue. The gym has a capacity of ...Hillary Clinton rallies support in Salinas on WednesdayKI ...
- DIRECTOR OF PUBLIC SAFETY AND EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT (Open unt Job - Hartnell College - Salinas ... - Police News
- Police NewsThe Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management reports to the Vice President of Administrative Services. The Director's responsibility and authority require ...
- Hartnell College to open Dreamer center for undocumented students - Monterey County Herald
SALINAS >> Hartnell College will celebrate the grand opening of its Dreamer center on Wednesday, a place where undocumented students will find the help they can't get anywh ...
- UC President Janet Napolitano visits Hartnell College - Monterey County Herald
â€œThe students at Hartnell are among the most impressive students I've seen, and I've been to a lot of community colleges and ...
- Nursing Program Alumni Celebration at Hartnell College - Monterey County Weekly
Hartnell College's Nursing and Allied Health program celebrates a culture of safety at this reception, open to all program alumni. Upcoming dates. Fri, Apr 22 @ 6 ...
- Bicycle Safety Training at Hartnell College - Monterey County Weekly
Learn how to conduct bicycle safety checks, fix a flat and tips on how to avoid crashes and be safe when riding in traffic. Upcoming dates. Sun, Apr 3 @ 9:00 am · Add to iCa ...
- Hartnell Foundation Benefit Party at Hartnell College Library - Monterey County Weekly
Support the Hartnell College Foundation at a benefit party in the library, including a raffle, live music and auction. Upcoming dates. Mon, Mar 7 @ 5:30 pm · Add to iCal. Schedul ...
- College Financial Aid Workshops at Hartnell College - Monterey County Weekly
Learn how to fill out Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and Cal Grant applications to help finance your college education. 9am, no ...
- Workshops for Parents on Raising Successful Students at Hartnell College - Monterey County Weekly
Bilingual workshops for parents provide guidance on how to prepare children of any age for academic and career success, from pre-K to college. Two $1,000 s ...
- Former Seaside High, Hartnell College receiver reunites with brother - Monterey County Herald
. Seaside's Ronnie Turner strips the ball away from Aptos' Eli Ungerecht during a game in 2013. Turner is headed to the University of Alabama-Birmingham on a football schola ...
- Man leaves voicemail, threatens Hartnell College in Salinas - KSBW The Central Coast
SALINAS, Calif. â€”On Saturday, Cary Palmer, 56, of Salinas, left a threatening voicemail to a family member and mentioned shooting Hartnell College, the Monterey County Sheriff's Office said. Palmer is a student at Hartnell College in Salinas. Deputies ...Deputies: Possible shooting prevented at Hartnell CollegeKIONrightnow ...
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