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News Links | May 19, 2020

May 19, 2020

Study: Dam could spare areas hard hit in 2007 | Clark College announces $5.5 million in budget cuts | Peninsula College wins marketing competition | LCC's experience with online learning smooths the COVID-19 transition | TCC honored with two ACT awards from the Association of Community College Trustees | Washington colleges brace for potential 15% cut in state funding | WWCC nursing alumnae doctorates of nursing practice | Mechatronics students vie for SICK TiM $10K Challenge | Local allied health organizations donate to cover the cost of SPSCC nursing student test fees | Leas to continue as interim Big Bend president >>

News Links | May 14, 2020

May 14, 2020

Northwest Passages: Chancellor and presidents of the Community Colleges of Spokane | WVC students claim all $1.2 million in COVID-19 relief in two weeks | Big Bend Community College receives over 20 phony unemployment claims during pandemic | Pandemic aid money available to Olympic College students | Cal State system says it will keep fall courses online, while Spokane-area schools aim to reopen campuses | Asian American Pacific Islander organization donates laptops to Bates Technical College AAPI students in need >>

News Links | May 7, 2020

May 07, 2020

Big Bend receives funding for individual COVID-19 related relief grants | People venture outdoors after stay-home order slightly eases | Mosbrucker to receive Clark College Foundation award | WWCC responds to COVID-19 | Lower Columbia College will reopen essential labs starting Tuesday | Barron Heating awards scholarships to two studying building trades at BTC | Keeping on top of the pandemic: News you need to know, in brief | Masks, social distancing challenge interpreters for the deaf >>

News Links | April 30, 2020

April 30, 2020

Wenatchee Valley College: Spring graduation ceremonies will be online | Big Bend delivers over 1,000 to local elementary schools | TCC Foundation institutes employee emergency fund | Walla Walla Community College must renew budget battle | Blazing their own trail | Pandemic results in big changes to the program training people how to run ventilators | Centralia College to offer fully online bachelor’s degree program | Centralia College childcare facility 'Children's Lab School' receives highest rating in Lewis County from state agency | Columbia Basin College partners with STCU to raise emergency funds for students during COVID-19 pandemic | New drive-through coronavirus testing site opens in Skagit Co. | College works to help students in need | Washington nursing students adapt to online learning during coronavirus pandemic | College wins part of $6.5 million grant to improve energy efficiency on campus >>

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