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News Links | July 24, 2018

July 24, 2018

Campers go hands-on during week-long search and rescue camp at Big Bend | Serving with passion — Meet Timur Kuzu, new Veterans Services Center director | Walla Walla High School puts new spin on summer | Sister Paula Turnbull, artist behind many of Spokane’s most iconic works, dies at 97 | Editorial: Restore aid that helps inmates rebuild lives | Olympic College brings English classes to Belfair | Highline College welcomes new president John Mosby | Career exploration at BBCC | City of words: ‘I am a Town’ project brings poetry to Spokane streets | Welcome KUOW's Summer 2018 RadioActive youth producers | SPSCC to bring continuing education to Yelm | Students gear up for next round of Fire Science courses | North Sound college awards first scholarship to inmates | EdCC exchange student from Mongolia missing since July 1 >>

News Links | July 17, 2018

July 17, 2018

‘Incredible’ interest by the community led BTC to start this training program | New Edmonds CC president says he is invested in student success, partnerships | Local companies team with GHC to offer log truck driving course | Opinion: COD partners with business community to support entrepreneurs | New Spokane Community College simulation lab prepares nursing students | EdCC Foundation awards record number of scholarships | Heat, heart and humility — Raiders Serve in Puerto Rico | Walla Walla Community College spotlight | On the move – Puget Sound’s warehouse, logistics and transportation industry is booming >>

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