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News Links | November 7, 2017

November 07, 2017

Yakima Valley College students dress for success | The first female member of iconic rock band Guns N' Roses started as a classically trained pianist | James Bukovinsky, a young grower working in Benton City, Washington | She saw a need; she filled it | Budget crisis: School projects face cuts, delays | State pays $2.6 million to settle dispute over community college computer system | Opinion: First-Gen struggles don’t end after graduation | Thomas Stredwick appointed to Big Bend's Board of Trustees | Opinion: Two simple words can help regional tech diversify its workforce | Former homeless families share how local programs helped them | Community called on to help with presidential search at Highline College | Opinion: Wild and precious life: Choosing to live as though I have nothing to lose | Early learning advocates host forum | College pantry offering free food for hungry students | Grays Harbor College purchases new fish lab equipment | CBC receives $33,500 donation to help nuclear technology students | Bright Futures breakfast brings in $185,000 for LWTech >>

News Links | October 10, 2017

October 10, 2017

Port of Bremerton making pitch for Amazon headquarters | Grays Harbor College bachelor degree program creating next generation of foresters | LCC gets $80,000 gift from former employee | Hundreds gather on Grays Harbor College campus for Latinx event | Gorst creek reborn after $30 million cleanup of Navy dump | ‘It’s all about balance’: the art of contact staff | Washington’s Running Start program a national standout, study says | Opinion: The opposite of free speech | Diversity | Washington wine’s next generation: Seth Kitzke | Putting a public face on Whatcom County’s Sikh population | Centralia College Foundation honors 1938 graduate, longtime doctor with display | Cascadia College offers career track degrees in biology, homeland security emergency management >>

News Links | September 5, 2017

September 05, 2017

Cascadia College Board of Trustees welcomes Roy Captain | Yama archaeological dig yields its secrets | Kennewick mom promises her son the stars — and delivers | Little pantries get boost from inmate carpenters, now organizer is looking for places to post them | New Horizons students get fresh start on CBC campus | EvCC instructor wins award | Nailing It Down: Training for a trade encouraged in face of labor shortage | Students showcase work at interior design exhibition | Former inmate continues education after release, graduates from Spokane Community College | Edmonds CC campus to become tobacco and smoke free Sept. 11 | Big Bend, area data centers partner for new training program | New pathway makes it easier for Bellevue College nursing students to get their BSN | Tacoma organizations recognized for international success >>

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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