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News Links | October 10, 2017

October 10, 2017

Port of Bremerton making pitch for Amazon headquarters | Grays Harbor College bachelor degree program creating next generation of foresters | LCC gets $80,000 gift from former employee | Hundreds gather on Grays Harbor College campus for Latinx event | Gorst creek reborn after $30 million cleanup of Navy dump | ‘It’s all about balance’: the art of contact staff | Washington’s Running Start program a national standout, study says | Opinion: The opposite of free speech | Diversity | Washington wine’s next generation: Seth Kitzke | Putting a public face on Whatcom County’s Sikh population | Centralia College Foundation honors 1938 graduate, longtime doctor with display | Cascadia College offers career track degrees in biology, homeland security emergency management >>

News Links | September 12, 2017

September 12, 2017

Michigan provost to lead Columbia Basin College | Insider Insight: Christine Johnson | Western Governors University looks to expand local footprint | Lifelong learning | DACA phase out: 'I am from here,' Bremerton Dreamer says | Teachers learn 3D printing at Edmonds CC | McAuliffe inducted to the Northshore School District Wall of Honor | Columbia Basin College nearing decision on new president | Spokane Community College opens Pullman campus | In the hands of homeless teens and refugees, cameras offer a different view of Spokane in Terrain’s ‘Snapshot’ exhibit | How housing authorities can shape school outcomes | Walla Walla Vintners a Washington pioneer | Columbia Basin College is offering student housing this fall | Five viticulture programs offered in Washington | Bates Technical College’s apprenticeship navigator receives accolades for re-entry work >>

News Links | September 5, 2017

September 05, 2017

Cascadia College Board of Trustees welcomes Roy Captain | Yama archaeological dig yields its secrets | Kennewick mom promises her son the stars — and delivers | Little pantries get boost from inmate carpenters, now organizer is looking for places to post them | New Horizons students get fresh start on CBC campus | EvCC instructor wins award | Nailing It Down: Training for a trade encouraged in face of labor shortage | Students showcase work at interior design exhibition | Former inmate continues education after release, graduates from Spokane Community College | Edmonds CC campus to become tobacco and smoke free Sept. 11 | Big Bend, area data centers partner for new training program | New pathway makes it easier for Bellevue College nursing students to get their BSN | Tacoma organizations recognized for international success >>

News Links | April 18, 2017

April 18, 2017

Proposed budgets include millions for Snohomish County projects | Pierce College alum writes and directs debut film “Shards” | Baking is the right mix for students | Bates: Dental Assistant instructor selected to serve on accreditation commission | Three student-designed recycling stations from Cascadia College chosen for Habitat for Humanity store | EdCC President Jean Hernandez announces retirement after six years | Todd Beamer AFJROTC cadets hone cyber security skills at Highline competition | Senator Patty Murray visits RTC | World War II WAVE pitches in again | The Grand Cinema is turning 20 years old | Students get time with health professionals at Providence Centralia | Colors swirl at Clark College’s Sakura Festival | Grays Harbor College’s Schermer Building awarded LEED Gold certification | Language of baseball bonds Clark teammates >>

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