SVC students, faculty collect goods for California, Puerto Rico | LCC welding lab closed for quarter | Edmonds CC 5K raises more than $54K | Edmonds Chamber Foundation establishes Edmonds CC scholarship for 2018-19 | $44,000+ raised in memory of murdered college student Desmond Jackson | Confidence, not fear: AAUW speaker explores how culture shapes childbirth | Annual celebration of native culture draws a crowd | Edmonds CC earns Achieving the Dream Leader College designation | Turkmenistan ambassador originally from Grays Harbor visits college | Education center highlights opportunities | EdCC launches scholarship campaign to help those with history of incarceration, homelessness | Capitol Hill land swap creating affordable housing, expanding Seattle Central | Opinion: $2 million grant is the start of something big in Centralia schools | Spreading your good fortune: Your donations to Fund For The Needy change lives in the Seattle area | CEI announces four presidential finalists | With less than two weeks until swearing-in, Durkan sets priorities | This new food truck mashes up Philly sandwiches and soul food. Here’s where to find it >>
LCC welding lab shut down due to slightly elevated arsenic levels | Popular Yakima Valley College professor Herb Blisard, who taught there for 51 years, has died | Community members visit Burlington schools | She’s impressed by the community. Meet CBC’s first woman president | Seattle Central's South Annex planned to be homeless youth center | Lucrative new manufacturing jobs are emerging; no college degree required >>
Yakima Valley College students dress for success | The first female member of iconic rock band Guns N' Roses started as a classically trained pianist | James Bukovinsky, a young grower working in Benton City, Washington | She saw a need; she filled it | Budget crisis: School projects face cuts, delays | State pays $2.6 million to settle dispute over community college computer system | Opinion: First-Gen struggles don’t end after graduation | Thomas Stredwick appointed to Big Bend's Board of Trustees | Opinion: Two simple words can help regional tech diversify its workforce | Former homeless families share how local programs helped them | Community called on to help with presidential search at Highline College | Opinion: Wild and precious life: Choosing to live as though I have nothing to lose | Early learning advocates host forum | College pantry offering free food for hungry students | Grays Harbor College purchases new fish lab equipment | CBC receives $33,500 donation to help nuclear technology students | Bright Futures breakfast brings in $185,000 for LWTech >>
At 19, he was ‘Baby’ this year on the Pacific Crest Trail | Chemistry Week gets students excited about science | Skills USA club holds Senior Citizen Service Day | Six finalists in search for new Olympic College president | College Success Fund (Thumbs up) | Washougal 17-year-old isn’t afraid of the spotlight | 2017 SW Washington autism conference has biggest year yet | Governor's town hall on climate change draws tribal protesters | Aging in style| Intergenerational models are a win-win >>
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