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News Links | February 22, 2018

February 22, 2018

House Democrats propose expanding higher ed in Kitsap | She was kidnapped, shot and paralyzed. Now, this Pierce College Puyallup student is embracing life — and education | McMorris Rodgers' day in Spokane | New trustees appointed to Whatcom Community College Board | Quest for knowledge: Spokane grandma defies odds to get an education | Moses Lake's Lane pens letter following Florida shooting >>

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 | August 1, 2017

August 01, 2017

Wounds that never heal | Skagit Valley College class teaches kids how to solve crimes | Spokane community college students face child care rate hikes | Centralia College employee wins regional staff award | Community leader Mason Nolan dies at 95 | Opinion: Having 30 felonies on your record makes life hard, but this UWT grad isn’t giving up | EWU to discontinue LCC baccalaureate program | Governor stops in Skagit County to talk capital budget | Need a flexible teacher training program that won’t lead to a lot of debt? Try Highline College. | Highline College President Jack Bermingham announces retirement | ‘Not fit to serve’? Washington transgender vets decry Trump’s ban | Failure to pass capital budget puts Kitsap projects on hold | Library internships teach youth job skills, confidence >>

News Links | May 30, 2017

May 30, 2017

SPSCC alum Todd Caffey reminds us of the power of positive thinking | Centralia College employee named professional staff member of the year | Four-year college not for you? There are many pathways to career success | Pathways 2020 report highlight's county's good and bad | Solar cars take to the track | Hundreds of paid internships offered to Tacoma teens | Pierce College CIO receives education award from Puyallup South Hill Rotary >>

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