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The Seattle Times
Light-rail stations could open sooner under new Sound Transit planCounty.) This is sure to inspire arguments, not only because people resent pay
Light-rail stations could open sooner under new Sound Transit plan
The Seattle Times / Posted 3 days ago
County.) This is sure to inspire arguments, not only because people resent paying for a distant line, but a new Seattle tunnel means fewer dollars elsewhere — for instance, to loop into Paine Field, or stretch north to Everett Community... Read more
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Everett Herald
Providing the power of literacy; volunteers sought for EvCC programlanguage. The young Everett woman came here from Iran three years ago. Now tak
Providing the power of literacy; volunteers sought for EvCC program
Everett Herald / Posted 5 days ago
language. The young Everett woman came here from Iran three years ago. Now taking an English as a second language class at Everett Community College, Khazeei is on her way to becoming a fluent English speaker. “For me, the writing is hard,” she... Read more
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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette
About the bathrooms ...without an invitation. Take the case of Taylor Buehler, a man who was arrested
About the bathrooms ...
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Posted 11 days ago
without an invitation. Take the case of Taylor Buehler, a man who was arrested in 2012 after entering a women's bathroom at Everett Community College in Washington state dressed in a bra and wig. He claimed that he was just there to use the... Read more
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Everett Herald
Providence COO, accountant named EvCC alumni of yearRegional Medical Center Everett and an accountant who has been heavily involved
Providence COO, accountant named EvCC alumni of year
Everett Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Regional Medical Center Everett and an accountant who has been heavily involved in civic affairs in Snohomish were named as Everett Community College�s distinguished alumni of the year.Providence�s Kim Williams and accountant Bill Fulton are to be... Read more
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examiner.com
The Tipsy Gourmet in Langley features gourmet wines, cheeses and much morecan claim to have moved to Alaska in the middle of January? From there, she mov
The Tipsy Gourmet in Langley features gourmet wines, cheeses and much more
examiner.com / Posted 18 days ago
can claim to have moved to Alaska in the middle of January? From there, she moved to Everett for a job opportunity as the Everett Community College Dining Service Manager. Before moving back to Whidbey, she was the Operations Manager for Retail... Read more
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Everett Herald
Former Herald city editor joins Cavalry Public Relationsa staff that received numerous national and regional awards. AT&T hiring custo
Former Herald city editor joins Cavalry Public Relations
Everett Herald / Posted 20 days ago
a staff that received numerous national and regional awards. AT&T hiring customer support specialistsAT&T will be at the Everett Community College Spring Career Fair looking to fill 40 customer support specialist positions for its call center in... Read more
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Everett Herald
BECU, car dealerships raise money for Housing Hope$50 for every auto loan funded by BECU at the dealer during the campaign. EvCC
BECU, car dealerships raise money for Housing Hope
Everett Herald / Posted 26 days ago
$50 for every auto loan funded by BECU at the dealer during the campaign. EvCC Foundation breakfast raises $91,000The Everett Community College Foundation's April 26 breakfast raised more than $91,000 to support student scholarships and... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Hundreds rally, march in Seattle for labor, immigration reformslet them go for fear of violence. Both Zaragozas are students — Miriam at Cent
Hundreds rally, march in Seattle for labor, immigration reforms
The Seattle Times / Posted 27 days ago
let them go for fear of violence. Both Zaragozas are students — Miriam at Central Washington University and Jaime at Everett Community College — and said they were becoming more active politically to give voice to the plight of those in the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Hundreds rally, march in Seattle for labor, immigration reformslet them go for fear of violence. Both Zaragozas are students — Miriam at Cent
Hundreds rally, march in Seattle for labor, immigration reforms
The Seattle Times / Posted 28 days ago
let them go for fear of violence. Both Zaragozas are students — Miriam at Central Washington University and Jaime at Everett Community College — and said they were becoming more active politically to give voice to the plight of those in the... Read more

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