Editorial: Want to cut crime and make cities safer? Give ‘convicts’ a second chance. No, really | Miller Jr. High enshrines 100-year legacy | Genevieve Hudson to speak at Peninsula College on Thursday | Shifting schools: Inside how local institutions are keeping things current | Yakima Valley College sparks scientific curiosity at annual STEM day for kids >>
'Streamlined path to a sustainable career': OC offers Navy corpsmen, Air Force medics way to become LPNs | New FAFSA student aid form giving you headaches? CBC, WSU Tri-Cities can help | Veterinarian shortage in Yakima Valley can make it harder to find animal care | Skagit Valley College Dental Therapy Program receives $1 million grant | Bellevue College Foundation receives historic donation from anonymous donor | GHC going “On the Road” to local libraries to share information about BAS degrees | Yakima Valley College and Cowiche Canyon Conservancy present talks on local ecosystem >>
Whatcom C.C., White House talk careers in government | Aspen Institute names Pierce College as a Top 150 U.S. Community College eligible for the 2025 Aspen Prize | Aspen Institute honors Green River College on top 150 junior college list | Local students' DNA research may help to better track porpoises | National Center for Science and Civic Engagement honors Bellevue College professor >>
New program at BTC for homeless residents | Columbia Basin College awarded $25,000 for behavioral healthcare students | Bellevue College receives grant from National Science Foundation | Pierce College partners with Tumwater for paramedic training program | Wenatchee Valley College names Pedro Navarrete new associate vice president | Clark College enrollment up 10.4%, still about 1,000 fewer students than pre-pandemic | Yakima Valley College receives $1 million for STEM student scholarships, opportunities | Supporting manufacturing in Lakewood >>
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