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News Links | July 22, 2021

July 22, 2021

Opinion: Rufus Woods: WVC student learned great lessons building Spirit of America website | Sunnyside student wins $10,000 scholarship for duct tape prom dress | North Spokane Corridor beings to take shape on Spokane Community College campus | A look inside the nearly-complete Seattle Kraken Community Iceplex | Big Bend Community College participates in law enforcement drone training | Clark College will not require COVID-19 vaccinations this fall >>

News Links | May 13, 2021

May 13, 2021

Bellevue College student wins prestigious national scholarship | Local undocumented students eligible for federal pandemic assistance, Biden administration rules | Grays Harbor College plans ‘hybrid’ graduation ceremony June 25 | 'Fauci Effect' fueling a rise in medical school applications | Wenatchee Valley College rec center collaborates with local Riverfront Rock Gym | Editorial: From the newsroom: Passionate about a new generation | Columbia Basin College won't require COVID-19 vaccinations | Centralia College's new bachelor's degree program gets OK from the State Board | Lower Columbia College to offer second bachelor's degree to meet demand for managers >>

News Links | April 27, 2021

April 27, 2021

Olympic College student's eco-friendly buoy system wins environmental award | More colleges are requiring students to get COVID-19 vaccines. Here’s where local schools stand | Ghost shrimp, humpbacks, tiny plankton: See Puget Sound surge with springtime life | Peninsula College’s annual Native American Culture Fair set for April 29 | Legislature passes $6.3 billion capital budget with funding for Eastern Washington universities, community projects | GHC offers racial and cultural awareness workshop to the public | Local economic groups offer $25 basic business workshops at Lower Columbia College | Pierce College announces 2021 All-Washington Academic Team members | South Puget Sound Community College says fall instruction will remain mostly online >>

News Links | April 8, 2021

April 08, 2021

Editorial: Our view: Capital budget exemplifies investment in state | Cancer patients nationwide send their blood cells to Bothell | CPTC Medical Histology students make a difference in Farrells Marsh Park | Commentary: Equity at Edmonds College | CHAS opens new vaccination site at Spokane Community College | Contributor close-up: Nathan Blackwell | Here’s how to get one of 900 doses of Johnson & Johnson COVID vaccine at Whatcom clinic | A new state park, affordable housing, and more for Pierce County in capital budget >>

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