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News Links | August 17, 2017

August 17, 2017

Centralia College rededicates building in honor of city founder George Washington | Governor Inslee appoints Kirkland business owner to LWTech Board of Trustees | Mechatronics combines ‘Cupcakes & Competencies’ at employer demo event | Centralia College Foundation awards record number of scholarships | YMCA expanding its reach in Clark County | Our views: Celebration of founder a great and worthwhile endeavor | Fleeing war, Syrian refugee families start lives on Vashon | Healthcare talk dominates Congressman’s town hall meeting | Gone to history at Edmonds CC | BTC fisheries building wins silver | Free construction training course for islanders this fall | Washington state maritime labor headed for a retirement cliff >>

News Links | August 15, 2017

August 15, 2017

Photos: Back to school blessing | Nonprofit provider could speed up internet in rural Snohomish County | Governor appoints new CAPAA members | New Grant County buses running between Ellensburg, Moses Lake | Cosmetology program helps local students “get ready to learn” | In the Garden: Tips help homeowners transform existing landscapes | Opinion: We need leadership — pass the capital budget | Olympic College to dedicate new welding shop in Shelton | Local prof receives excellence in teaching award | Opinion: Campus diversity part of path to fairness for all, despite what conservative strategists say | Sherilyn Fenn of ‘Twin Peaks’ visits Bellevue College >>

News Links | July 25, 2017

July 25, 2017

CBC names finalists for college president | CPTC Board of Trustees awards tenure to NDT instructor | Chefs feel the heat in cooking competition | If you get hurt at the hydro races, this Kennewick couple is there to help | Budget limbo hurts hospitals, schools, wildfire fighting | Session ends with Hirst unresolved, budget not passed | Bellevue College builds car of the future | Olympic College purchase will ease parking crunch | Legislature ends record-long session with work undone | ‘Newest Gator’ Johnson takes on challenge as new Green River College president | WCC selected as national ‘super hub’ for cybersecurity education | Aerospace leaders see education as the key to employment in Washington state | Brother of Burien deputy-shooting victim Tommy Le: ‘He wanted to make a positive change in the world” | As summer drags on, some Spokane students see their college dreams melt away | Inslee visits Ridgefield, glimpses its future | Increasing diversity in teaching is the aim of new Highline program | Seattle Culinary Academy offering cheap, healthy lunches for summer >>

News Links | July 11, 2017

July 11, 2017

Riding the STP is Colleen Balestreri’s next big challenge | Students line up for days to apply for nursing school | South County Politics: Legislators wait for capital-budget agreement to end special session | Bates Technical College students earn national, regional awards | How can you get a high-paying job at a refinery? It’s not just about skills | CWU to take on flight training, to acquire aircraft | Opinion: Bilingual program lost in budget details | Clark College tuition to increase | Opinion: Diversity in education | Shoreline Community College receives $572,070 National Science Foundation grant to create courses and training materials in immuno-biotechnology | Prize-winning local writer authors new novel | TCC exhibits retrospective of art by Alec Clayton | Shoreline’s Clean Energy Technology Program awarded National Science Foundation grant >>

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