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News Links | July 25, 2019

July 25, 2019

Olympic College offers students help after Navy suspends tuition aid program | Building relationships between Moses Lake and Japan, South Korea | Derek Sheffield reads "Getting the Baby to Sleep" by Keetje Kuipers | Big Bend CC program receives provisional certification | Foster Grandparent Program: Intergenerational and cultural exchanges | Big Bend CC program receives provisional certification | After 40 years, SVC closing its South Whidbey Center | Eight Electric Charging Stations Coming to YVC >>

News Links | July 9, 2019

July 09, 2019

Highline alumna looks to future in bioengineering | Local artist featured at RTC | At Pike Place Market, seniors and kids work well together – and schools and day cares nationwide are noticing | Business beat | Shoreline Honors College students present research projects at prestigious UW Research Symposium | New course on track for future med students | Olympic College student selected to visit NASA in July | Fewer pieces in SPSCC’s juried art exhibition gives local artists room to shine | Peninsula College selects annual English Essay Award winners | Stories of success at YVC's 90th commencement | Four local businesses donate hours of time to renovate Benton Co. jet patrol boat | Washington community colleges aim to help more students of color complete credentials >>

News Links | June 27, 2019

June 27, 2019

State community college trustees meet in Moses Lake | Centralia College debuts commercial truck driving course | Verbatim: Tawni Borden Andrews | Tim Douglas receives state community college honor | Zerba Cellars 2016 Wild Z wins Walla Walla wine competition | Clark College board picks interim president | Microsoft donates $400k to Big Bend Community College Workforce Education Center | Saint Martin's University announces recipients of Trustee Scholarships | Kaiser Permanente, Seattle Colleges offer scholarships for Medical Assistant students | Edmonds CC President Amit Singh to speak at June 27 Edmonds Chamber luncheon | Graduates honored at Grays Harbor College commencement ceremony | Community members recognized for helping prevent youth substance abuse >>

News Links | June 18, 2019

June 18, 2019

Clark student trains to become culinary instructor for the blind | New scholarship aims to help students pursue two-year degrees | Light of passage | Big Bend celebrates class of 2019 | Big Bend CC transitional program graduates 104 | Editorial: In Our View: Cheers & Jeers: Knight lauded; algae unwelcome | South Seattle College celebrates 2019 graduating class | Graduation is an especially meaningful milestone for this survivor of Somalia's civil war | Wenatchee Valley College celebrates RN grads with special pinning ceremony | Combating cyber crimes and attacks | Year-end celebration recognizes staff and faculty excellence | Upgrades mean safer shelter, better bus access for Olympic College riders | Former Whatcom Community College Trustee wins state leadership award | Firefighters train to respond to wildfires | Weekend events celebrate Walla Walla wine | Empathy, compassion a focus in college presentation | Clark College, community bid fond farewell to Bob Knight | Mission Creek Corrections Center holds graduation for women working for a second chance | LWTech to graduate students earning high school diplomas and associate degrees | LCC commencement date has been set | Imprisoned graduates celebrate accomplishments and earn degrees at Mission Creek >>

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