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News Links | December 20, 2016

December 20, 2016

Paralympian drops in on Skagit Valley College basketball team | Best of the best: Platinum 2016 | Bellevue College and LifeWire educate students and faculty on domestic abuse | Inmates decorate governor’s mansion for the holidays | Congratulations to CPTC’s new tenured faculty | Palencia, Bartholomew commit to Kennewick’s urban wine village | Methanol company launching jobs skills program | In our view: Embracing Clark’s vision | Program provides automotive tech students with tools | $37.8M in governor’s budget for Edmonds college building | Governor's budget would expand state low-income preschool programs | Design for Big Bend building still under discussion | CKC’s first permanent art piece draws from its history | Photos: Time has a new face following completion of Centralia College clock tower | Rehabilitating offenders and canines at Larch Corrections Center | CPTC continues holiday house tradition of giving | SFCC plans $18 million athletic facilities upgrade >>

News Links | December 1, 2016

December 01, 2016

Youth Investment Center in Puyallup celebrates 10 years of service to at-risk teens | Lower Columbia School Gardens wants shared use of Northlake campus | ‘Nutcracker’ sweets: Visions of these treats will dance in your heads long after the show’s over | JH Kelly named the LCC Foundation's 2016-17 Benefactor of the Year | Auburn resident promoted to administrative role at Highline College >>

News Links | November 29, 2016

November 29, 2016

Yakima Valley College students make the grade with judges at professional wine competitions | TCC trustees examine faculty complaints against school president | WSU Tri-Cities developing cybersecurity program | Complaint against Spokane Community College alleging sexism, racism leads to program review | Front and Center: Donald Sewell has turned a landscape photography hobby into a business | Opinion: Holidays a time of giving | Zonta Club of Everett works to protect women from violence | Everett CC Math Teacher Blasts Traditional Algebra Instruction | Volunteers bring Thanksgiving to families in need | Green River College awarded EPA environmental education grant | Edmonds CC trustee attends White House Community College assembly | Bellingham Technical College wins some kudos | South County mayors, police chiefs plan meeting to discuss immigration worries | Highline College will protect students from possible deportation under Trump | Community tours Arlington schools | Website names Centralia College among top 10 online options for classes or degrees in state | Opinion: Tackling enrollment challenges | OC program offers tasty lessons at a good price | ‘We need a new president,’ say TCC faculty in stinging letter to board | Olympic College reduces security force >>

News Links | November 17, 2016

November 17, 2016

Lower Columbia College reviews quarterly budget, approves next round of security expenditures | IRIS conference focuses on what works for rural communities | Highline College four-time winner of national diversity award | Enumclaw council considers funding for outside agencies | Columbia Basin College celebrates Native American Heritage month | Opinion: Serving at Highline College | Tulalip Vocational Center holds Family Day | Walla Walla Community College Cellars gain national attention | Sen. McAuliffe receives honorary degree from Lake Washington Institute of Technology | Microsoft donates $1.5 million to help dropouts go back to school | State considers ways to help ITT Technical Institute students >>

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