Films tell tales in one minute each | Bates: Spotlight on Students: Cybersecurity student says staff help them find their voice, increase campus involvement | CWU Transfer Symposium draws record numbers | Yakima Valley College launches four-quarter Practical Nurse program | Health Department announces large-scale COVID-19 vaccination clinic | Restaurant news: Edmonds College culinary students learn to pivot, more food truck fun — and snow what? | LCC budget stable even with enrollment drop | Local organizations partner with CBC and WSU Tri-Cities to connect students with internships | EC STEM building earns Gold LEED certification >>
Opinion: Local View: Protecting student pathways supports economy | Locally: Community Colleges of Spokane’s Nancy Zacher retires after 43-plus years of service | New donation helps award-winning agriculture program at CBC | WWCC asks students, faculty, staff and community members to complete survey | 100 percent of W. F. West class of 2020 graduates were accepted into a postsecondary education program | WCC awarded more than $130,000 to enhance Computer Information System's program | Restaurant News: Thursday treat — Triton Taste food truck comes to downtown Edmonds | WWCC's American Dream Academy starts Feb. 1 | When does food go bad in a power outage? ‘Best to err on the side of caution,’ experts say | Celebrating Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. in a time of tumult >>
Big Bend CC trustee announces resignation | Vocalists still singing online despite it all | Virtual flyover of new CBC student recreation center | Skagit Valley College receives more than $185,000 in CARES Act funding | Grays Harbor College awarded nearly $200,000 in federal COVID relief money | Community, technical colleges receive grants to restore workforce programs | Edmonds College student wins Optimal Community College Scholarship | Commentary: Chad Hickox: A beacon of hope for WWCC, our students and communities | 2020, The Pandemic Year: School closures, online learning and privacy questions | Nearly $5 Million In CARES Act Funding To Colleges; GHC Included | State Board awards Centralia College $50,000 in CARES Act funds >>
WCC Running Start expert answers FAQs about earning college credit while still in high school | Seattle’s tuition-free community college program comes to the rescue during the pandemic | SCC’s Old Main building made sustainable through its reinvention | SPSCC’s virtual show of one-act plays tackles timely issues through social satire | Whatcom’s COVID case count decreased by 2 Wednesday, as WWU suspends in-person classes >>
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