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News Links | September 19, 2017

September 19, 2017

A soon-to-be empty nester wants help finding her second career | Former Peninsula College president dies | The story behind Edmonds Community College's relay station | Clark College lands $10,000 development grant | BTC building awarded LEED Gold certification | Clark County ‘Dreamers’ face a nightmare | 50 years of home-grown higher ed | Olympic College mosaic finally has a permanent home | This new Pacific Northwest history textbook is a page turner | Education, experience helps Mukilteo restaurant succeed | Everett Community College | Informational poster answers questions about Mount Vernon mural | Yakima Valley College to offer degree in teacher education | New presidents or provosts | A year of change ahead for South Seattle College and its interim president Peter Lortz | Seattle's cook shortage could affect your next restaurant tab >>

News Links | September 7, 2017

September 07, 2017

Thousands potentially eligible for DACA in Yakima County | With DACA’s end in sight, Washington colleges and officials urge Congress to act | Washington fighting DACA repeal | DACA recipients, supporters rally in Skagit County | DACA phase-out leaves many Tri-Citians worried and uncertain | Downtown Yakima rally brings out supporters for DACA recipients | Walla Walla Community College teacher advances vineyard technology | EvCC teacher awarded grant to buy water-sampling equipment | Highline’s Puente Program aims to build bridge for disadvantaged students >>

News Links | August 22, 2017

August 22, 2017

View to a thrill: Tri-Cities look to the sky for solar eclipse | Excitement high during morning of eclipse in Twin Cities | Opinion: Removing Confederate memorial will not erase Seattle’s history of white supremacy | Astronomer describes eclipse experience | Opinion: Washington should rethink its approach to college remedial classes | Opinion: Grow jobs in the 253 or stay stuck in traffic jam | Electrical engineering program gets new home at Olympic College | Opinion: Preparing students for technical careers is an investment that pays dividends to the community | Why aircraft electronics is suddenly a hot, emerging field | Military benefits through community partnerships >>

News Links | August 17, 2017

August 17, 2017

Centralia College rededicates building in honor of city founder George Washington | Governor Inslee appoints Kirkland business owner to LWTech Board of Trustees | Mechatronics combines ‘Cupcakes & Competencies’ at employer demo event | Centralia College Foundation awards record number of scholarships | YMCA expanding its reach in Clark County | Our views: Celebration of founder a great and worthwhile endeavor | Fleeing war, Syrian refugee families start lives on Vashon | Healthcare talk dominates Congressman’s town hall meeting | Gone to history at Edmonds CC | BTC fisheries building wins silver | Free construction training course for islanders this fall | Washington state maritime labor headed for a retirement cliff >>

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