Drinks with Daniels: Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month | Walla Walla Community College expands criminal justice program | Watterson family named Centralia College's 2021 Distinguished Alumni | Nurses Week, from May 6- 12, honors the nation’s caregivers | Wenatchee Valley College Nursing Program granted continued accreditation | Creative Retirement Institute offering classes at Edmonds College during spring term | TCC to offer mostly online classes for fall quarter 2021 | 'The technology is here' | WVC ag instructors track industry evolution | Microbiology is the next big thing in ag innovation >>
Infrastructure legislation would pave way for colleges’ programs | ‘Jewel of the college’: Spokane Falls Community College ‘excited’ for new fine arts, photography facility | CBC planning unique two-day graduation | Clark College alumnus receives Rising Star award | Partially blind pilot plans to fly around the world, after some guidance from a Bellevue College program | Marchers carry signs that read 'racism is a public health crisis' during anti-racism rally in Wenatchee | Centralia College: COVID-19 vaccine ‘strongly encouraged’ but not currently required for students, staff | WVC’s Knights Hall in for big changes once the Wells Hall replacement is ready >>
CBC music instructor named top music educator in state | Meet TCC's All-Washington Scholars for 2021 | Edmonds College students recognized as top Washington state scholars | Studium Generale presents ‘Zen and the Art of Chickenman’ | North Seattle light-rail stations to open Oct. 2 >>
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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