Agriculture education continues to grow in Yakima Valley with new programs for students | Centralia College vice president named to national board | Edmonds College to add two bachelor’s degrees in fall 2022 | Kelso woman transforms after prison, Lower Columbia College graduation with help of Students in Need fundraiser | Hoping he has a ghost of a chance in film industry | Painting away the trauma: Shoreline CC’s first Veterans Art Exhibit | WVC extends Richardson's contract, search firm hired for presidential search | Five GHC staff earn tenure | Edmonds College alum reaches a musical milestone >>
CC Spokane launches new Sustainability Center to promote environmental, wellness practices, programs | Contributing photographer close-up: Sam Spencer | Physics students lay siege to Wenatchee Valley College in catapult contest | Shoreline CC begins construction on new building | Edmonds College board commends campus community | Walla Walla Community College sees enrollment increase >>
The Northwest’s 20 best wines for under $20 | Inslee leaves for Glasgow to attend climate conference | Northwest glaciers are melting. What that means to Indigenous ‘salmon people’ | Everett Community College President Daria Willis resigns to become president of Howard Community College | ‘The living’: A story of plague from a different time comes to Centralia College | Aspen Institute names Pierce College as a top 150 U.S. community college | Community Colleges of Spokane promotes dean to acting provost to serve remainder of academic year >>
GHC receives $1.1 million grant for Educational Opportunity Center; $250,000 for mental health services pilot | Giant erratic boulder near Lake Lawrence is an Ice Age remnant | STCU donation surprises 10 first-year CBC students | Film about disappearing island to be screened | 3/4 of new Head Start building in place at Friday Harbor Elementary School | Halloween-inspired continuing education at Shoreline Community College >>
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