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News Links | October 2, 2018

October 02, 2018

Peninsula College hosting exhibit through October | Did you invent a better mousetrap? This nonprofit can help | Wally Sigmar Field rededicated | Re-entry simulation exercise at Givens Center shows the chaos of life after prison | Dean of YVC-Grandview dies at age 55 | Covington resident picked as Highline College Vice President | Filling in the blanks: Students can use variety of strategies to calm their test anxiety | “Threads of Connection” artwork honors Cheryl Kneale, longtime library staff member | Inmates on the run usually are a problem. Not this time at the state prison in Shelton | Grand welcome: Author engages young minds as Green River College opens fall classes | Spokane students track Kavanaugh hearings, but at a distance >>

News Links | September 20, 2018

September 20, 2018

WVC names interim VP of instruction | Former White House chief floral designer and Centralia College grad speaks at alma mater | Community education is Bailey’s passion | Everett Community College’s president retiring after 13 years | Edmonds CC trains grads to work in aerospace in 12 weeks | Traditional high school not for you? Don't drop out! | Pierce College Puyallup’s new president talks college affordability, diversity | Gerstman chosen as vice president at Highline College | Federal Way Chamber to present impact awards at annual gala >>

News Links | September 18, 2018

September 18, 2018

Promise of $100,000 in scholarships to 10 Seattle teens never came, but local black community is stepping in to help | Walla Walla Community College Foundation: Potential writ large | Clark’s ECD hosts back-to-school open house | Olympic College gets consultant's campus safety recommendations | Centralia College Foundation awards $776,000 in scholarships to students | Nonprofit spotlight: New Hope Children rescues impoverished youth in Kenya | All about needs, concerns | Yelm and Rainier update the chamber on ‘state of the schools’ | Become a better communicator by not using these 12 words | Running Start program helps Puyallup students get college credit early | He had to leave the Tri-Cities to find his way back. Now he’s CBC’s favorite grad | Plan focuses on early childhood health | Need a job? — Forget about a four-year degree | Students hone skills and serve the community at dental hygiene clinic | Green River, KCLS partner up to serve students | 'Pickett Plaza' dedication honors former LCC president | Emerald City Music launches third season at new Olympia home | Gallery: EdCC celebrates groundbreaking of new SET building >>

News Links | September 11, 2018

September 11, 2018

U.S. political turmoil undercuts LCC's recruitment of foreign students | Grant for WCC focuses on healthcare training for low-income individuals | Becoming American: Citizenship Day in Moses Lake draws large crowd | ORCA uses National Science Foundation grant for geoscience | How to get better at multitasking when your to dos are overwhelming, according to experts | Big Bend Veteran Resource Office delivers school supplies to North, Larson Heights elementary | EdCC wins $550,000 grant to help prevent sexual violence | Flights of fancy: Vancouver artist’s watercolors showcase birds | Worlds Apart gallery exhibit at SPSCC to begin the 2018-2019 school year | He’s helping raise his siblings. Now this Clover Park football standout wants to raise his team up | Nursing assistant alum spreads encouragement | BTC bringing new beauty school to Bellingham students >>

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