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News Links | March 27, 2018

March 27, 2018

Opinion: Slow but sure president pick looks good at Tacoma Community College | ORLA: A place of learning and community | Opinion: WWCC wise to delay student housing project | Olympia Fire Chief Larry Dibble, the longest serving fire chief in the city’s history, says farewell | Pierce College Running Start student thrives in college environment | Opinion: State wisely expands its scholarships for technical fields | Students here plan marches, rallies to protest gun violence | Centralia College mechatronics program gets $40,000 grant | Three CPTC students receive All-Washington recognition | The ‘Silver Tsunami’ and Washington’s skilled worker gap | County fares well in 2018 legislative session | Door closes, for now, on student housing at Walla Walla Community College | ‘We can do something about this,’ says student organizer of Olympia’s march against gun violence | Through forum, Clark College faces race-based hate head on >>

News Links | January 13, 2018

February 13, 2018

Two Big Bend students earn All-Washington Academic honors | Front & Center: Mom teaches SFCC veep a valuable lesson | Walla Walla Community College creates opportunity behind bars | Inspiring college students highlighted | Governor presented with key to the city | LCC food pantry eases students' hunger | McKinstry names Bellevue College “Champion of Sustainability” | Company praised for support for the college and its students that dates back to 1980 | Opinion: Equal footing for economic growth | Past EDC board chairman: ‘All of us could make a difference together’ | Meet Jordan Harmon, All Washington Academic Team member | Lawmaker pitches vocational scholarships at rural community colleges | Tacoma nonprofits, housing services win big in capital budget | Opinion: ‘Tacoma is all I know.’ Local Dreamers face DACA uncertainty head on | Clark College announces Iris Awards | LWTech largest provider of health care professional associate degrees in county >>

News Links | February 6, 2018

February 06, 2018

From felon to star student: LCC student reinvents himself | UW Bothell plan: New student housing, academic buildings | Centralia College establishes scholarship in honor of ‘beloved dean’ Cristi Heitschmidt | City of Lacey partners with Thurston EDC to help veterans learn about business | Search for next EdCC president enters final stage | Local innovation hubs provide space for creativity to thrive | Researcher tells of surprises discovered about cougars | CBC spent nearly half its reserves. It wasn’t what they planned on | Free kids' dental clinic at Clark College highlights national need | Opinion: Community colleges teach vocational skills – and a whole lot more | Less community, more vocational | Proposed law would make tampons and pads free for community college students | Mount Vernon teen named Youth of the Year | Main Street director outlines new path | Not your parents’ home ec class | Food for thought | House panel votes for aid to homeless college students >>

News Links | January 25, 2018

January 25, 2018

SFCC student receives state Transforming Lives Award | Community and technical college students selected for Transforming Lives award | Mayor Franklin delivers first “State Of Everett” speech | Shopping for a cause: ECA Thrift Shop gives back to local nonprofits | Hero’s Cafe in Lynnwood celebrates first anniversary of veteran camaraderie and support | Area projects to proceed with passage of state budget >>

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