Thousands potentially eligible for DACA in Yakima County | With DACA’s end in sight, Washington colleges and officials urge Congress to act | Washington fighting DACA repeal | DACA recipients, supporters rally in Skagit County | DACA phase-out leaves many Tri-Citians worried and uncertain | Downtown Yakima rally brings out supporters for DACA recipients | Walla Walla Community College teacher advances vineyard technology | EvCC teacher awarded grant to buy water-sampling equipment | Highline’s Puente Program aims to build bridge for disadvantaged students >>
North Olympic Legislative Alliance aims for one voice on issues; selects officers | Here are some projects that will cost taxpayers more money, thanks to construction budget impasse | Getting La Center ‘shovel ready’ | Locals bring laptops and learn cyber security skills | Sen. Braun receives 2017 CTE Legislator of the Year award | How EdCC helps small businesses like this Bothell bookstore | Tomorrow’s doctors train today in new Richland medical center | WCC gets $1.3 million grant to prepare low-income high school students for college | All BBCC nursing grads pass qualifying test | Grays Harbor College Foundation awards $175,000 in scholarships >>
CBC names finalists for college president | CPTC Board of Trustees awards tenure to NDT instructor | Chefs feel the heat in cooking competition | If you get hurt at the hydro races, this Kennewick couple is there to help | Budget limbo hurts hospitals, schools, wildfire fighting | Session ends with Hirst unresolved, budget not passed | Bellevue College builds car of the future | Olympic College purchase will ease parking crunch | Legislature ends record-long session with work undone | ‘Newest Gator’ Johnson takes on challenge as new Green River College president | WCC selected as national ‘super hub’ for cybersecurity education | Aerospace leaders see education as the key to employment in Washington state | Brother of Burien deputy-shooting victim Tommy Le: ‘He wanted to make a positive change in the world” | As summer drags on, some Spokane students see their college dreams melt away | Inslee visits Ridgefield, glimpses its future | Increasing diversity in teaching is the aim of new Highline program | Seattle Culinary Academy offering cheap, healthy lunches for summer >>
Cybersecurity is hot, and these Washington colleges teach it | Whatcom Community College partners with UW to improve health care for rural and urban underserved communities | Middle schoolers sample possible STEM careers | LWTech Society for Human Resource Management chapter honored with national award | Clark College students install drain at community greenhouse | Seattle Central enters into direct transfer agreement with Wilberforce University | Sequim native sets Seattle thriller from afar | Washington state wine competition made its return at YVC Grandview Campus | Lab partners | Medical partners face challenges with Walla Walla General Hospital closure | Foster graduate wants to see her classmates succeed >>
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