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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 | August 1, 2017

August 01, 2017

Wounds that never heal | Skagit Valley College class teaches kids how to solve crimes | Spokane community college students face child care rate hikes | Centralia College employee wins regional staff award | Community leader Mason Nolan dies at 95 | Opinion: Having 30 felonies on your record makes life hard, but this UWT grad isn’t giving up | EWU to discontinue LCC baccalaureate program | Governor stops in Skagit County to talk capital budget | Need a flexible teacher training program that won’t lead to a lot of debt? Try Highline College. | Highline College President Jack Bermingham announces retirement | ‘Not fit to serve’? Washington transgender vets decry Trump’s ban | Failure to pass capital budget puts Kitsap projects on hold | Library internships teach youth job skills, confidence >>

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 18, 2017

July 18, 2017

Opinion: Capital budget standoff delaying work across state | College Cellars vineyard instructor Joel Perez recruits technology | Correcting Jeff Sessions | Need a job? This program could entice you to become a certified nursing assistant | Skagit Valley College, Max Dale's partner to make culinary dream come true | Improvements to schools and hospitals delayed while politicians fight about water | Connecting youth to careers in manufacturing | Geek of the Week: IT veteran Joe Hueffed might have the most iconic Seattle resume ever | Bremerton High grad takes 5,000-mile bike tour through South America | Hospital goes to GHC to help fill open nursing positions | Opinion: Getting an education in wine | Yakima Valley College tuition increasing for fall | Veteran Hollywood actor Sam Elliott feels at home in Oregon | Funding for EWU, SCC projects remains stalled in Washington Legislature over water rights law | Revving economic engines at community colleges >>

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