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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 >>

News Links | October 26, 2017

October 26, 2017

Parents get taste of homework in Washougal class | This veterans hub started with $10,000 three years ago. Now it’s going to get $310,000 | Opinion: How ‘affordable’ housing is disappearing in Seattle | Auburn making a concentrated push to get healthy | Team of veterans work on eco-friendly projects across county >>

News Links | October 24, 2017

October 24, 2017

Fugitive Curtis Cameron in custody after manhunt | Edmonds CC launches search for the college’s next president | Former Mariners star helps out with auction | Sister city exchange still going, after almost 40 years | Spores and more featured at annual mushroom show | On night watch at Clark College | Gov. Inslee talks climate change at Bellevue College | Findings: Green River College failed to follow federal guidelines for reporting on campus security >>

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