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News Links | August 17, 2017

August 17, 2017

Centralia College rededicates building in honor of city founder George Washington | Governor Inslee appoints Kirkland business owner to LWTech Board of Trustees | Mechatronics combines ‘Cupcakes & Competencies’ at employer demo event | Centralia College Foundation awards record number of scholarships | YMCA expanding its reach in Clark County | Our views: Celebration of founder a great and worthwhile endeavor | Fleeing war, Syrian refugee families start lives on Vashon | Healthcare talk dominates Congressman’s town hall meeting | Gone to history at Edmonds CC | BTC fisheries building wins silver | Free construction training course for islanders this fall | Washington state maritime labor headed for a retirement cliff >>

News Links | August 10, 2017

August 10, 2017

Community college faculty from across state learn 3D printing at Edmonds CC | Big Bend, first responders train for mass casualty event | First district veterans share stories for history project | Opinion: Trump presidency an ongoing civics lesson | Centralia College short $1.4 million with lack of capital budget | Opinion: Finishing unfinished business in Olympia | Opinion: Centralia College proud to honor life of city's founder >>

News Links | August 8, 2017

August 08, 2017

North Olympic Legislative Alliance aims for one voice on issues; selects officers | Here are some projects that will cost taxpayers more money, thanks to construction budget impasse | Getting La Center ‘shovel ready’ | Locals bring laptops and learn cyber security skills | Sen. Braun receives 2017 CTE Legislator of the Year award | How EdCC helps small businesses like this Bothell bookstore | Tomorrow’s doctors train today in new Richland medical center | WCC gets $1.3 million grant to prepare low-income high school students for college | All BBCC nursing grads pass qualifying test | Grays Harbor College Foundation awards $175,000 in scholarships >>

News Links | August 3, 2017

August 03, 2017

Editorial: Capital budget delay costs money, opportunities | Ribbon cutting for new medical center shared by CBC and Kadlec | Treehouse tops goal in boosting five-year graduation rates | SCC’s Newport branch launches welding and fabrication program | Capital budget failure has millions of dollars in local effects | Say “cheers” at South Sound craft beer, cider and spirits events >>

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