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News Links | Feb. 1, 2024

February 01, 2024

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 >>

News Links | August 1, 2023

August 01, 2023

IN BASKET: Valadez named to vice president post at Heritage University | ‘Be prepared for some brown’: Spokane horticulturists offer yard advice during drought | Annual summer program at YVC gives Lower Valley students taste of college life | Archeological dig revealing Japanese American history in north Seattle | They’re demolishing 2 buildings at a Tacoma college. Here’s the $39M project to replace them | Snohomish County invests $4.3 million in workforce development and job pathways programs | Delta Dental invests $835K in Lake Washington Institute of Technology’s dental program >>

News Links | February 21, 2023

February 21, 2023

Deaf students are entitled to an education, but there’s a shortage of people qualified to teach them | Washington Legislature looks to tackle growing nursing workforce shortages this year | Two Edmonds College students honored with Transforming Lives Awards | Government-To-Government Summit among Tribal leaders and college leadership held at Shoreline Community College Thursday | As tech jobs melt, the trades beckon. This Tacoma plumber makes $140K+. | CBC offers community members an easy option for legislative testimony | Edmonds College will soon be a major bus hub | Previous winner of The Voice visits Spokane Falls Community College for Black History Month >>

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