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The Columbian
Block party connects homeless with agenciesI’ve paid off all of my debt,” Quarles said. After getting her General Educati
Block party connects homeless with agencies
The Columbian / Posted yesterday
I’ve paid off all of my debt,” Quarles said. After getting her General Education Diploma at Open House, Quarles became a Clark College student, and her husband works at WheelKraft NW. She still comes to Zumba every week and jumped out of a... Read more
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OregonLive.com
Corporations targeted by Measure 97 need to pay upglobal economy – and good for Oregon's other taxpayers – who have been shoulder
Corporations targeted by Measure 97 need to pay up
OregonLive.com / Posted 2 days ago
global economy – and good for Oregon's other taxpayers – who have been shouldering too much of the tax burden. Northeast Portland Hahnel is professor emeritus of economics at American University and a visiting professor at Lewis and Clark Col... Read more
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NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls
Nine Rogues Named to 2016 All-GWL TeamsC.C.); Portland Pickles - Zander Clarke (UCLA), McKinley LeFore (Oregon), Lyle
Nine Rogues Named to 2016 All-GWL Teams
NewsWatch 12 Medford - Klamath Falls / Posted 4 days ago
C.C.); Portland Pickles - Zander Clarke (UCLA), McKinley LeFore (Oregon), Lyle Lucke (UC - San Diego), Jacob Allbee (Clark College); Sacramento Stealth - Dominic Bethancourt (Sierra College), Tyler Kaim (Folsom Lake C.C.), Dylan Wright... Read more
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The Columbian
Coug solidarity flies its colors at WSU Vancouverthis fall, surpassing last year’s 3,300. Most of the new students — roughly 600
Coug solidarity flies its colors at WSU Vancouver
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
this fall, surpassing last year’s 3,300. Most of the new students — roughly 600, the same as last fall — will transfer from Clark College and other community colleges. Another 300 students will enroll as freshman, about 12 percent more than last... Read more
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The Columbian
Habitat for Humanity teams with YouthBuildlanded jobs. Having finished the program, David Hoffman is working as a carpen
Habitat for Humanity teams with YouthBuild
The Columbian / Posted 9 days ago
landed jobs. Having finished the program, David Hoffman is working as a carpenter’s assistant and will start classes at Clark College this fall. The 19-year-old dropped out of Hudson’s Bay High School during his junior year. “I just didn’t want... Read more
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The Columbian
Clark College to host Medicare info sessionVancouver – Clark College’s Mature Learning program is hosting a free, informat
Clark College to host Medicare info session
The Columbian / Posted 11 days ago
Vancouver – Clark College’s Mature Learning program is hosting a free, informative session about understanding Medicare from 6 to 8 p.m. Aug. 22 at Clark’s east-side campus at Columbia Tech Center, 18700 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. in Room 338. Learn... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
A pot smuggler’s story: the fast rise and dramatic demise of ‘Papa Winks’intramural softball team named Heilthtyme – for “high all the time.” Winkle, w
A pot smuggler’s story: the fast rise and dramatic demise of ‘Papa Winks’
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 13 days ago
intramural softball team named Heilthtyme – for “high all the time.” Winkle, who later completed his degree at Lewis and Clark College in Lewiston, Idaho, dropped out of Humboldt State when a sales job opened at McNamara & Peete, the timber firm... Read more
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Paradise Post
Women’s track signs boatload of talent; men’s basketball brings in Grambling State transferhis other new recruits. Bowen will compete in track and field for the first tim
Women’s track signs boatload of talent; men’s basketball brings in Grambling State transfer
Paradise Post / Posted 17 days ago
his other new recruits. Bowen will compete in track and field for the first time since transferring to Chico State from Clark College in her hometown of Vancouver, Wash. Gutierrez-Sanders comes to Chico from Yuba College, with McNeal bringing... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos — and it’s changing their behaviorevidence from a small pilot study suggests. Dr. Patricia H. Hasbach, a psychot
A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos — and it’s changing their behavior
Stamford Advocate / Posted 18 days ago
evidence from a small pilot study suggests. Dr. Patricia H. Hasbach, a psychotherapist and faculty member at Lewis and Clark College who led the research, noted that nature is necessary for physical and psychological well-being. And although... Read more
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Connecticut Post
A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos — and it’s changing their behaviorevidence from a small pilot study suggests. Dr. Patricia H. Hasbach, a psychot
A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos — and it’s changing their behavior
Connecticut Post / Posted 18 days ago
evidence from a small pilot study suggests. Dr. Patricia H. Hasbach, a psychotherapist and faculty member at Lewis and Clark College who led the research, noted that nature is necessary for physical and psychological well-being. And although... Read more
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San Francisco Chronicle
A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos — and it’s changing their behaviorevidence from a small pilot study suggests. Dr. Patricia H. Hasbach, a psychot
A high-security prison is encouraging inmates to watch nature videos — and it’s changing their behavior
San Francisco Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
evidence from a small pilot study suggests. Dr. Patricia H. Hasbach, a psychotherapist and faculty member at Lewis and Clark College who led the research, noted that nature is necessary for physical and psychological well-being. And although... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Family still searching for missing Mt. Jefferson Wilderness hikerregarding the possible location of Riley Zickel to please call 503-584-SRCH or
Family still searching for missing Mt. Jefferson Wilderness hiker
KTVZ Bend / Posted 19 days ago
regarding the possible location of Riley Zickel to please call 503-584-SRCH or 503-584-7724. Zickel, a Lewis and Clark College student from Sebastapol, California, went missing after entering the wilderness area on Wednesday, July... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Marion County calls off search for missing 21-old hikerMount Jefferson Wilderness Area southeast of Portland more than a week ago. Tw
Marion County calls off search for missing 21-old hiker
The Record Searchlight / Posted 19 days ago
Mount Jefferson Wilderness Area southeast of Portland more than a week ago. Twenty-one-year-old Riley Zickel, a Lewis and Clark College student from Sebastapol, California, went missing after entering the wilderness area July 27. He was last seen... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Search suspended for missing Mt. Jefferson Wilderness hikermissing in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area, Marion County sheriff's deputies
Search suspended for missing Mt. Jefferson Wilderness hiker
KTVZ Bend / Posted 20 days ago
missing in the Mt. Jefferson Wilderness Area, Marion County sheriff's deputies said Saturday. Riley Zickel, a Lewis and Clark College student from Sebastapol, California, went missing after entering the wilderness area on Wednesday, July... Read more
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The Columbian
Clark County Fair has something for everyonefor the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Also keeping the fair scientifi
Clark County Fair has something for everyone
The Columbian / Posted 22 days ago
for the Oregon Museum of Science and Industry. Also keeping the fair scientific will be students, faculty and staff from Clark College, which is so eager to drum up business, it’ll waive the regular $25 fee for anyone who applies for admission... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Using partnerships to market the regionand board members in Southwest Washington, which include the CREDC, The City of
Using partnerships to market the region
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 22 days ago
and board members in Southwest Washington, which include the CREDC, The City of Vancouver, Port of Vancouver, WSUV, Clark College, Workforce Southwest Washington and Kuni Automotive. “We value our relationship with partners in Southwest... Read more
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The Columbian
Composer Matt Doran of Hazel Dell dies at 94both deep sadness and mischievous humor in Doran’s works, according to Don Appe
Composer Matt Doran of Hazel Dell dies at 94
The Columbian / Posted 22 days ago
both deep sadness and mischievous humor in Doran’s works, according to Don Appert, the music director and conductor of the Clark College Orchestra. “He was a very serious guy. There’s a bit of melancholy in most of his pieces,” Appert said. He... Read more
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KTVZ Bend
Search continues for missing Mt. Jefferson Wilderness hiker) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is curre
Search continues for missing Mt. Jefferson Wilderness hiker
KTVZ Bend / Posted 23 days ago
) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is currently a student at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, was last seen July 27 outside the wilderness area. He was supposed to meet friends the next day... Read more
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The Mercury News
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon(http://bit.ly/2aXhCsg) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from S
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon
The Mercury News / Posted 23 days ago
(http://bit.ly/2aXhCsg) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is a student at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, was last seen July 27 outside the wilderness area. He was supposed to meet friends the next day... Read more
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The Columbian
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in OregonChronicle reports that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebasto
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon
The Columbian / Posted 23 days ago
Chronicle reports that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is currently a student at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, was last seen July 27 outside the wilderness area. He was supposed to meet friends the next day... Read more
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KTVN Reno
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is curre
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon
KTVN Reno / Posted 23 days ago
) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is currently a student at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, was last seen July 27 outside the wilderness area. He was supposed to meet friends the next day... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is curre
Search continues for Sonoma County hiker missing in Oregon
The Record Searchlight / Posted 23 days ago
) that 21-year-old Riley Zickel, who is originally from Sebastopol but is currently a student at Lewis and Clark College in Portland, was last seen July 27 outside the wilderness area. He was supposed to meet friends the next day... Read more
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NBC Bay Area
Search Continues For Missing Sonoma County Hikerhis money at REI, so he's got real good gear. He's a sensible kid.” Several of
Search Continues For Missing Sonoma County Hiker
NBC Bay Area / Posted 23 days ago
his money at REI, so he's got real good gear. He's a sensible kid.” Several of Riley Zickel's classmates from Lewis and Clark College in Portland are helping to search for him. “This is, besides music, his favorite thing to do,” Robin Zickel... Read more
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The Columbian
New focus: Justice vs. punishment in schoolswas one of the topics Hernandez and others presented at a Positive Approaches t
New focus: Justice vs. punishment in schools
The Columbian / Posted 24 days ago
was one of the topics Hernandez and others presented at a Positive Approaches to School Discipline event Tuesday night at Clark College. About 150 teachers, juvenile justice professionals, parents and community members gathered to learn about... Read more
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KTVU 2 San Francisco
Missing North Bay college student never returned from Pacific Northwest hikePacific Northwest hasn't been seen for a week, and the search is intensifying.
Missing North Bay college student never returned from Pacific Northwest hike
KTVU 2 San Francisco / Posted 24 days ago
Pacific Northwest hasn't been seen for a week, and the search is intensifying. 21-year-old Riley Zickel attends Lewis and Clark College. Last Wednesday he headed into the Mount Jefferson Wilderness Area southeast of Portland and was supposed to... Read more
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The Dalles Chronicle
Nunez brings a family vibe to TD soccerhe was a sprinter in the 100, 200 and 400-meter races, and was a 4x100-meter re
Nunez brings a family vibe to TD soccer
The Dalles Chronicle / Posted 25 days ago
he was a sprinter in the 100, 200 and 400-meter races, and was a 4x100-meter relay runner. After high school, he attended Clark College from 2007-2009, 2007 as a forward, helping his team win the regional championship in the Northwest Athletic... Read more
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The Columbian
Clark College trustees to hold annual retreatThe board of trustees of Clark College will hold a special meeting-annual retre
Clark College trustees to hold annual retreat
The Columbian / Posted 25 days ago
The board of trustees of Clark College will hold a special meeting-annual retreat work session from noon to 2 p.m. Wednesday in Room 430 at Clark College at Columbia Tech Center, 18700 S.E. Mill Plain Blvd. The agenda includes 2016-2017 board goals,... Read more
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The Columbian
Cheers & JeersCheers: To a new bachelor’s degree program at Clark College. The Bachelor of Ap
Cheers & Jeers
The Columbian / Posted 28 days ago
Cheers: To a new bachelor’s degree program at Clark College. The Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management program will combine technical, academic and professional management courses. The 90-credit program will normally take two years to... Read more
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The Columbian
Vancouver opera singer returns to rootswhole new world of music.” Her budding talent was also helped along by Vancouv
Vancouver opera singer returns to roots
The Columbian / Posted 28 days ago
whole new world of music.” Her budding talent was also helped along by Vancouver music instructor Linda Appert and former Clark College choir director April Duvic. “Those three women in particular encouraged and challenged me, not just to be a... Read more
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The Columbian
EFSEC hearings end in Vancouver amid protestsEvaluation Council spent the morning listening to closing statements followed b
EFSEC hearings end in Vancouver amid protests
The Columbian / Posted 28 days ago
Evaluation Council spent the morning listening to closing statements followed by an afternoon of public testimony at the Clark College Technical Center in east Vancouver. The day marked a major milestone, but not the final step for what could be... Read more
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The Columbian
Calls for artistsfour-part harmony. The ability to read music is not required. Auditions will be
Calls for artists
The Columbian / Posted 29 days ago
four-part harmony. The ability to read music is not required. Auditions will be at rehearsals, from 7 to 9:30 p.m. Mondays, Clark College, Beacock Music Hall, 1933 Fort Vancouver Way, Vancouver; 360-887-4927, 951-313-6969 or... Read more
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The Columbian
Say aloha to Hawaiian funcall the “aloha spirit.” (Word to the early bird: this three-day festival actu
Say aloha to Hawaiian fun
The Columbian / Posted 29 days ago
call the “aloha spirit.” (Word to the early bird: this three-day festival actually began on July 28, with workshops at Clark College on topics such as hula dancing, ukulele playing, Hawaiian stories and values, lei making and even canoe... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Clark College gets new two-year degree program approvedClark College received approval this month from the Northwest Commission on Col
Clark College gets new two-year degree program approved
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 29 days ago
Clark College received approval this month from the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities (NWCCU) to offer and begin an applied management baccalaureate program in January 2017. The NWCCU is the college’s regional accrediting... Read more

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