Friday, August 14, 2009

NEWS LINKS | Aug. 14, 2009

SBCTC NEWS LINKS | Articles about – and of interest to – Washington state community and technical colleges




Clover Park TC, City of Tacoma awarded $500,000

The U.S. EPA has selected the City of Tacoma for a job training grant. The primary trainer will be Clover Park Technical College.

The Suburban Times, August 12, 2009


Today’s memorial for “Mrs. West Seattle,” Helen Sutton

Helen served on the Seattle Community College District Board of Trustees from 1974 to 1985.

West Seattle Blog, August 13, 2009


Chat With Rich Cummins Ph.D. – President of Columbia Basin College

Tri-Cities Area Journal of Business, August 13, 2009


Columbia Basin College seeks support from nuclear industry

The Tri-City Herald, August 14, 2009


Pacific celebrates centennial

The centerpiece of the park is Yates Cabin, which was dismantled and moved from its former location … by students of the Bates Technical College carpentry program under the guidance of instructor Chris Buselmeier.

Auburn Reporter, August 13, 2009




Fear, Losing Control and Social Media

Interact Communications, August 13, 2009





Crop circles lure visitors to Wilbur, Wash.

Seattle Times, August 13, 2009


Crop circle communication experiment, Alien skulls and UFO activity for Mid-August 2009

Examiner, August 12, 2009


Gratuitous, yes, but consistent with today’s theme



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