Skagit Valley College hopes new turf field a boon | Great Careers event shows Issaquah students there’s nothing wrong with path less traveled | Minority students aren’t pulled to magnet schools | Here’s to the vineyard workers of the Walla Walla Valley | New BBCC program proving popular | Opinion: Hilltop needs higher wages and local hires | OC Workforce Development helps students pay for tuition, fees, books, child care | Seattle Stand Down offers hundreds of veterans much-needed services | Skagit Valley College Foundation meets $3 million fundraising goal | Local businesses bone up on new sick leave rules | Holiday House provides gifts for 100 families | With new grant, Spokane Falls Community Colleges looks to attract diversity in engineering | ‘Hour of Code’ builds foundation for future coders | Grant County makes economic development work | Chelan County Fire District 1 chief announces retirement, names successor | Lewis County service agencies address state, local leaders on needs | Denzel Washington and other major celebrities you didn’t know played college basketball | City forest updates trail maps with help | PSD students are learning how to teach, and may help your child learn next semester >>
Big Bend takes off: unmanned aerial systems programs gains accreditation | Future uncertain for Peninsula College in Sequim after campus closes | New SFCC gymnasium to be named after longtime coach | McDonald commentary: A tribute to Alice White Forth of Centralia College | Opinion: Black and brown | Diversity | 'It's OK to be white' posters reappear at Vancouver's Clark College | Retiring Olympic College president's legacy seen "in the success of every student" >>
Clark grad rides a wave after being part of Nobel project | 3 1/2 years + $133,000 = better prospects for CBC students | Cavalluzzi offered job as new Olympic College president | The internet destroyed their monopoly on textbooks. Now college bookstores are trying to find their niche | Inmates give governor’s mansion holiday makeover | STEM careers focus of engineering night | A legacy in full color: Jeanette Best, cornerstone of Port Townsend arts, dies | A tour of Whidbey finds breweries proudly serving local beer | Health Fair informs CPTC students, faculty and staff about local resources | West Seattle, Garfield and Ingraham high schools added to free college program | AVID program at KPMS develops lifelong learners | Partnership change may lead to market expansion | Des Moines Council honors retiring Highline College President Bermingham | Olympic College’s Mitchell: Supportive community made being president ‘a lot of fun’ | LWTech welcomes Washington STEM leaders for tour | Collaborative groups awarded millions in grants from United Way | Centralia council approves Rotary Club’s Riverside Park improvement plan | Peninsula College’s Building 202 renovations at Fort Worden win award | Enumclaw makes decision on funding outside agencies | Planning great new STEM projects >>
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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