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News Links | August 9, 2018

August 09, 2018

BTC opens wedding rental venue | New EdCC president is exploring the college’s future role | Whatcom Community College awarded $770K in aerospace and healthcare grant funding | EvCC library decision pending: East or west of Broadway? | WSU’s new Everett home is a tangible touchstone for students | Who was the real Lorax? Seeking the inspiration for Dr. Seuss >>

News Links | July 31, 2018

July 31, 2018

SVC manufacturing program seeks to address skilled worker shortage | Hiring begins for Hanford radioactive waste lab, with training at CBC | Singh named new president of Edmonds Community College | New personal care pantry provides essentials to students | Bellingham ranks among top college towns in US | Green River and Seattle Colleges say visas for international students are more unpredictable | How you can help students with special needs find a place in college | Lynnwood ponders tiny houses for homeless college students >>

News Links | July 24, 2018

July 24, 2018

Campers go hands-on during week-long search and rescue camp at Big Bend | Serving with passion — Meet Timur Kuzu, new Veterans Services Center director | Walla Walla High School puts new spin on summer | Sister Paula Turnbull, artist behind many of Spokane’s most iconic works, dies at 97 | Editorial: Restore aid that helps inmates rebuild lives | Olympic College brings English classes to Belfair | Highline College welcomes new president John Mosby | Career exploration at BBCC | City of words: ‘I am a Town’ project brings poetry to Spokane streets | Welcome KUOW's Summer 2018 RadioActive youth producers | SPSCC to bring continuing education to Yelm | Students gear up for next round of Fire Science courses | North Sound college awards first scholarship to inmates | EdCC exchange student from Mongolia missing since July 1 >>

News Links | July 3, 2018

July 03, 2018

Grant will help Skagit Valley College continue to work on diversity | Science is hard but always exciting for this WSU-bound teen | Two Seattle tech-training programs — why did one succeed, one fail? | Front & Center: Childhood development interest started early for Spokane Head Start director | Protest held on immigration policy | CBC wants a culinary school in Kennewick. An internal report is giving it pause | Paddling for gold: Seattle’s Devon Adelman goes from White House to Special Olympics ambassador | Glimpsing the future of American manufacturing | Moses Lake School District, Big Bend team up for new Open Doors program | TheLab@Everett: Incubator space for inventors, entrepreneurs | Kent’s Kachmarik among award winners at Highline College | Mountlake Terrace flag once flew at Iwo Jima and Okinawa >>

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