Summer concert series back again after missing 2020 season | Rescue bill: $80 million to northwest WA higher education | Nursing program keeps accreditation | Gary Locke reflects on his Asian roots, the importance of sharing his story | Edmonds College to host virtual Memorial Day ceremony May 28 | Running Start classes available over summer | COVID aid for Peninsula education >>
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 >>
Edmonds College student Ayesha Bodiat honored with Transforming Lives award | Washington state to get billions of dollars for schools, transit and cities as COVID-19 relief bill clears Congress | Wenatchee Valley College machining program awarded Gene Haas grant | Phi Theta Kappa selects TCC president as 2021 Paragon President | New plan earmarks millions of dollars for pre-K programs | BTC mass vaccination clinic starting | Big Bend Offers Virtual STEAM Camp for Kids | Yakima Valley College helping students experiencing housing insecurity with new grant program | CBC wants community input to shape future | NCWLIFE Evening News March 5th, 2021 >>
Studium to explore public programming | More than $1 million available to Walla Walla Community College students | Peninsula College touts medical assistant program | Bill addresses mental health among college students | Earth Day founder Denis Hayes leads talk on Pacific Northwest | WCC community and adult classes | Gesa announces new CBC co-branded debit card to raise funds for the CBC Foundation >>
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