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News Links | January 9, 2018

January 09, 2018

Fully funding education, passing capital budget top focus this legislative session | Transforming lives at Big Bend | South Puget Sound Community College opens Center for Transition Studies | A look at fast-growing jobs in Clark County | Editorial: State lawmakers have lot to prove and get done | City of Vancouver: Quest for better representation and workplace diversity | Tech jobs training | Yakima Valley College math professor makes a good side gig out of bad puns | Where does the money from the sugary drink tax go? | LCC announces 'Benefactors of the Year' | EvCC course: Traumatic history and present-day relationships | Despondent Seattle teen found a future through film; now he’s giving back | Technical training grant to benefit central Washington >>

News Links | January 2, 2018

January 02, 2018

Are you planning to attend SPSCC? You won’t have to live with your parents | EvCC has issues with new 140-unit housing proposal | Editorial: Community thanks two leaders for their service| LCC welding lab to re-open| Iconic OC drama prof, theater namesake, dies | After a year battling gun violence, 'the work is still urgent' | Clark County looks ahead | Foundation approves funding for WVC | Group honors Clark College Foundation | Olympic College Foundation receives $1.96 million in donations | Opinion: Practicing earthy humility allows us to establish genuine identity | College finds detour around state construction gridlock | Opinion: Goodwill of free college nulled if part-time faculty struggles | After tough times, teen reunites with parents | How these Washington state foster kids are beating the odds: Treehouse program helps teens graduate | How backpacks and a bus ride changed Rick Clark’s life | Issaquah Community Services helps woman escape domestic violence | Hospice of Kitsap leaves legacy in gift to OC nursing | $40,000 gift will help create scholarships for Highline College’s low-cost teacher program | Capitol Hill journalism is not dead: Seattle Central College has a new student newspaper | 2017 Human Rights Conference focuses on learning from the past | Youth Spotlight: Shadle Park’s Cindy Mendoza driven to succeed | Reality got in the way of a winemaker’s dreams, but her happy new path is a reminder to raise a glass to life | Tahoma students dip their toes into college | New board member selected for Centralia College Board of Trustees | Opinion: Yes Longview, we can and will >>

News Links | November 9, 2017

November 09, 2017

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 >>

News Links | October 31, 2017

October 31, 2017

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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