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News Links | May 28, 2019

May 28, 2019

Boosting aid with a tax on business | Maestros para el Pueblo program celebrates success | Environmental Sciences alumni award winner promotes sustainable living | Finding ‘power’ in adversity | CBC just received a $1 million pledge. These are the students who will benefit | WWCC Automotive Tech program is alive and well | Bates: Congressman Denny Heck joins faculty and student speakers at this year’s Commencement Ceremony | Nisqually Indian Tribe member to demonstrate bark stripping at SPSCC | Memorial Day ceremony at CBC honored those who served | How an Inland Northwest Culinary Academy graduate landed an internship at one of the best restaurants in the world | Fifth-graders get hands on lesson in renewable energy at Energy Science Days | Business, jobs flocking to MIC | Free "Scrubs Camp" for local students June 1 | Clark College to cut 3 programs | YPD searching for new recruits | Edmonds School District employee earns EdCC Foundation’s Associate Faculty award >>

News Links | May 23, 2019

May 23, 2019

SPSCC's 'Fun Home' makes a big impression on local theater lovers | Wenatchee Valley College hosts fountain fishing derby | Edmonds CC Memorial Day ceremony honors fallen service members | Meet Marissa Baltadonis, Pierce College All-Washington Academic Team member | Suicide prevention grant funds projects at Grays Harbor College | Local Head Start preschool to convert three classrooms to full-day programs | Shorecrest students win awards at Annual Student BioExpo | Downtown Partnership to change up Spokane Falls Boulevard raised beds | Everett Rotary’s gift to scholars: nearly a quarter-million | SPSCC student brings community together for traditional cedar gathering ceremony | Helium shortage forces local party store to raise prices, travel hours away | Firm to help Clark College find next president | NCWLIFE evening news: May 21, 2019 >>

News Links | May 21, 2019

May 21, 2019

CBC student veterans place over 9,000 flags for Memorial Day | Port Angeles business owner wins Duck Derby’s top prize | AED alumni award winner looks to give back to CPTC | SVC grad starts scholarship to help former inmates | Changes to the state's college grant program has 'broad reach' for Cowlitz County | "Cryptids in Love" promises lighthearted fun | Cellarbration for Education draws big crowd | Editorial: Finally, all student winemakers can taste test the wine | Inslee urged to use the red pen on a few budget provisions | Student wins $10K scholarship and amazing week in D.C. | Mari Leavitt named 2019 TCC Distinguished Alumnus | Centralia College pair named 2019 'Exceptional Faculty' | Transitional Studies instructor awarded tenure | CPTC announces Brig. Gen. Jeremy Horn as commencement speaker | Pierce College grad vaults to success as OSU gymnast, Google recruit | Opinion: To fix a health care workforce shortage, WA needs new ways of training | WCC grows program for chemical dependency counselors | Liberated art walking free: Local artist Thomas Sutley promotes his creations through clothing | A time to remember: Edmonds CC to host sixth annual Memorial Day Ceremony May 22 | CPTC students celebrate Nurses Week with massages >>

News Links | April 30, 2019

April 30, 2019

Education focus: Skagit Valley College makes path for developmentally disabled students | Free, confidential counseling at Pierce College helps students thrive | Commentary: Widening path to success for county’s youths | Foundation scholarship dinner honors donors and students | Are you looking for a career? Tri-Cities restaurants and hotels are ready to hire | Fighting Smelt take home awards from national tournament | Pierce College hires new vice president for strategic advancement | Editorial: Smart planning and teamwork is a must to ensure Tri-Cities’ booming growth is managed correctly | Mark Lewis, Jones Trio to headline college jazz concert | ‘Every tool I need to succeed’: First four men earn college degrees while incarcerated at Airway Heights | War cartoonist-journalist Peninsula College’s writer in residence | How students at online schools in Washington disappear from district graduation rates >>

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