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News Links | November 21, 2017

November 21, 2017

SVC students, faculty collect goods for California, Puerto Rico | LCC welding lab closed for quarter | Edmonds CC 5K raises more than $54K | Edmonds Chamber Foundation establishes Edmonds CC scholarship for 2018-19 | $44,000+ raised in memory of murdered college student Desmond Jackson | Confidence, not fear: AAUW speaker explores how culture shapes childbirth | Annual celebration of native culture draws a crowd | Edmonds CC earns Achieving the Dream Leader College designation | Turkmenistan ambassador originally from Grays Harbor visits college | Education center highlights opportunities | EdCC launches scholarship campaign to help those with history of incarceration, homelessness | Capitol Hill land swap creating affordable housing, expanding Seattle Central | Opinion: $2 million grant is the start of something big in Centralia schools | Spreading your good fortune: Your donations to Fund For The Needy change lives in the Seattle area | CEI announces four presidential finalists | With less than two weeks until swearing-in, Durkan sets priorities | This new food truck mashes up Philly sandwiches and soul food. Here’s where to find it >>

News Links | November 16, 2017

November 16, 2017

WHS FFA classes have busy month | Edmonds CC names interim college president during search | The high stakes of the 'regulatory reset' | Second floor of TransAlta Commons to be renamed to honor Alice White Forth | SPSCC professor Norm Chapman named Instructor of the Year | Who is graduating from community college? More students than you might think | ‘I’m honored to sit among them’ | New superintendents in Aberdeen, Hoquiam bring high hopes for area schools >>

News Links | November 14, 2017

November 14, 2017

A fresh — and expanded — view of community colleges shows they’re doing better than many thought | Opinion: More affordable housing near TCC is a smart investment | SPSCC Food Pantry: Kate Armstrong’s dream becomes a reality | At end of poet laureate term, Laura Read reflects on finding poetry where you are | Music, stories resonate at 2017 Spokane Fall Folk Festival | After more than half a century, GI Bill still helping vets transition to life beyond war | Veteran of two wars recalls WWII air campaigns | Military service, advocating for vets important to Altmayer | Veterans Day | Projects teach students about efforts to go green | A lifelong connection to the service | Gov. Jay Inslee Reappoints Doris Wood-Brumsickle to Centralia College Board of Trustees | Eat, stay, love | Open house to showcase SonBridge’s community-health efforts | Public weighs $1B ammonia plant in Longview | Clark College welding program selling students’ 2017 project online as fundraiser | Reporter's Notebook preview: College study in France draws former West Valley resident to wine industry | Confection perfection | Eight community members will help in Highline College presidential search | Opinion: Opening our minds can be a beautiful thing | A skills-based jobs approach to fulfilling workforce needs >>

News Links | November 9, 2017

November 09, 2017

LCC welding lab shut down due to slightly elevated arsenic levels | Popular Yakima Valley College professor Herb Blisard, who taught there for 51 years, has died | Community members visit Burlington schools | She’s impressed by the community. Meet CBC’s first woman president | Seattle Central's South Annex planned to be homeless youth center | Lucrative new manufacturing jobs are emerging; no college degree required >>

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