Cascadia College Board of Trustees welcomes Roy Captain | Yama archaeological dig yields its secrets | Kennewick mom promises her son the stars — and delivers | Little pantries get boost from inmate carpenters, now organizer is looking for places to post them | New Horizons students get fresh start on CBC campus | EvCC instructor wins award | Nailing It Down: Training for a trade encouraged in face of labor shortage | Students showcase work at interior design exhibition | Former inmate continues education after release, graduates from Spokane Community College | Edmonds CC campus to become tobacco and smoke free Sept. 11 | Big Bend, area data centers partner for new training program | New pathway makes it easier for Bellevue College nursing students to get their BSN | Tacoma organizations recognized for international success >>
Proposed budgets include millions for Snohomish County projects | Pierce College alum writes and directs debut film “Shards” | Baking is the right mix for students | Bates: Dental Assistant instructor selected to serve on accreditation commission | Three student-designed recycling stations from Cascadia College chosen for Habitat for Humanity store | EdCC President Jean Hernandez announces retirement after six years | Todd Beamer AFJROTC cadets hone cyber security skills at Highline competition | Senator Patty Murray visits RTC | World War II WAVE pitches in again | The Grand Cinema is turning 20 years old | Students get time with health professionals at Providence Centralia | Colors swirl at Clark College’s Sakura Festival | Grays Harbor College’s Schermer Building awarded LEED Gold certification | Language of baseball bonds Clark teammates >>
Cascadia College in Bothell hosts Border Doors exhibit and reception | Yemeni student in Tacoma holds no hard feelings after travel ban | Foreign students at Pierce College monitoring travel ban | Puyallup barber shop owner passes away, leaves behind 40-year business legacy | SCC Library remodel expands space by 8,500 square feet | Opinion: I teach college courses on death — and love it! | Great Northwest Wine: Fascination grows for Walla Walla wines | Recipients of the 2017 Iris Awards announced | 2 UW students join ACLU suit as Washington state colleges fight travel ban | YVC board OKs plan to buy land to expand campus | Richland health science center gets a lift | Julie McDonald commentary: Professionals mentor students during TRiO/Rotary job shadow | Race for Warmth nets more than $50,000 for Operation Warm Heart >>
Proposed $500M plan would double Bellevue College’s square footage | Local Head Start gets grant to comply with federal requirements | Local women explain why they joined march on Washington | Bates: Spotlight on Staff: Academic instructor Karrie Zylstra has passion for languages, loves teaching basic skills | Pierce College removing sewage from Lakewood’s Waughop Lake | Centralia College Foundation announces 2017 distinguished alumnus | Opinion: With more than 42 years as higher-ed leader, Jean Floten deserves Washington’s thanks | Trump’s hiring of 2 state legislators leaves Senate GOP in a bind | CASEE students take first place at forestry competition | New 1st District legislators say committee roles aid home areas | Tsunami of kids threatens to inundate ML schools >>
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