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News Links | January 13, 2018

February 13, 2018

Two Big Bend students earn All-Washington Academic honors | Front & Center: Mom teaches SFCC veep a valuable lesson | Walla Walla Community College creates opportunity behind bars | Inspiring college students highlighted | Governor presented with key to the city | LCC food pantry eases students' hunger | McKinstry names Bellevue College “Champion of Sustainability” | Company praised for support for the college and its students that dates back to 1980 | Opinion: Equal footing for economic growth | Past EDC board chairman: ‘All of us could make a difference together’ | Meet Jordan Harmon, All Washington Academic Team member | Lawmaker pitches vocational scholarships at rural community colleges | Tacoma nonprofits, housing services win big in capital budget | Opinion: ‘Tacoma is all I know.’ Local Dreamers face DACA uncertainty head on | Clark College announces Iris Awards | LWTech largest provider of health care professional associate degrees in county >>

News Links | February 1, 2018

February 01, 2018

LCC receives $1 million in grants for simplifying college process | Foundation to offer a free year at Olympic College for all local high school grads | High School leads the way in science | People in politics: Wayne Fournier | Centralia College Foundation announces Robert Dowling as 2018 Distinguished Alumnus | Story walk: Higher ed in Kitsap | Capital budget approval means millions for North County | Grand opening of new W.F. West STEM wing celebrated | Local artist uses craft to bring people together >>

News Links | January 25, 2018

January 25, 2018

SFCC student receives state Transforming Lives Award | Community and technical college students selected for Transforming Lives award | Mayor Franklin delivers first “State Of Everett” speech | Shopping for a cause: ECA Thrift Shop gives back to local nonprofits | Hero’s Cafe in Lynnwood celebrates first anniversary of veteran camaraderie and support | Area projects to proceed with passage of state budget >>

News Links | January 23, 2018

January 23, 2018

With new program, Renton Tech will encourage more students to earn degrees | $80 million from capital budget heading to Clark County | Sen. Warnick is satisfied with Hirst compromise | Local organizations help dreams come true through SPSCC scholarships | Major Bryan Howard steps up to Burien Precinct Commander | Opinion: WWCC’s new 4-year degree is another win for community | More YVC students benefit from scholarships as foundation grows | SCC building suites for nursing simulation | There’s plenty to cheer in overdue capital budget | Pierce College Puyallup launches nationwide search for next president | Spotlight on EdCC: Demographics and trends | Editorial: Help community colleges meet job training needs | Fulbright Scholar teaches virtual reality at Bellevue College — other side of the earth — simultaneously | Capital budget includes millions for Kitsap | Kent’s YMCA gets $5 million in state grants with budget approval | New Horizons High School opens up food pantry to Columbia Basin College students | Highline College accepting applications for president | Washington lawmakers propose college pilot program to accommodate homeless students | Clark College president sees successes, challenging future | Lawmakers reach tentative agreement on capital construction budget | Sheila Edwards Lange | After death of WSU quarterback, how local colleges approach suicide prevention >>

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