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KECI Missoula
Archeologists uncover Japanese confinement site near Yellowstoneand help in this project was something I thought would be very valuable for my
Archeologists uncover Japanese confinement site near Yellowstone
KECI Missoula / Posted 5 days ago
and help in this project was something I thought would be very valuable for my students.” Megan Plummer is a student at Western Washington University. Plummer grinned, “This was a free opportunity to meet people, get free experience, to come to... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Archeologists uncovering the past at Japanese confinement site in Wyomingproject was something I thought would be very valuable for my students," Dr. Sc
Archeologists uncovering the past at Japanese confinement site in Wyoming
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 6 days ago
project was something I thought would be very valuable for my students," Dr. Scheiber said. Megan Plummer is a student at Western Washington University. "This was a free opportunity to meet people, get free experience, to come to a beautiful... Read more
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SkyHi Daily News
Andrew Wise, Sky-Hi News summer internLake, paddling a canoe and hiking the Never Summer range. Now a junior studying
Andrew Wise, Sky-Hi News summer intern
SkyHi Daily News / Posted 6 days ago
Lake, paddling a canoe and hiking the Never Summer range. Now a junior studying journalism and environmental policy at Western Washington University, Andrew spends most of his free time running the trails in and around Rocky Mountain National... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
Financial education in Washington public schools inadequate, but on its way uppersonal-finance in 2013, the result was jarring: the average grade was a D. T
Financial education in Washington public schools inadequate, but on its way up
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 7 days ago
personal-finance in 2013, the result was jarring: the average grade was a D. The personal-finance survey was conducted at Western Washington University, and did not have unusual results. It made it clear that financial education is among the most... Read more
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KXLY-TV Spokane
Large debris flow visible on Mount BakerA large debris flow is visible on Washington's Mount Baker as a gray streak on
Large debris flow visible on Mount Baker
KXLY-TV Spokane / Posted 16 days ago
A large debris flow is visible on Washington's Mount Baker as a gray streak on the volcano's east side. Western Washington University geologist Dave Tucker told the Bellingham Herald that the debris slide is a scientific curiosity. He says debris... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
Large debris flow visible on Mount BakerWash. (AP) — A large debris flow is visible on Washington’s Mount Baker as a gr
Large debris flow visible on Mount Baker
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 16 days ago
Wash. (AP) — A large debris flow is visible on Washington’s Mount Baker as a gray streak on the volcano’s east side. Western Washington University geologist Dave Tucker told the Bellingham Herald that the debris slide is a scientific... Read more
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The Kitsap Sun
Large debris flow visible on Mount BakerWash. (AP) - A large debris flow is visible on Washington's Mount Baker as a gr
Large debris flow visible on Mount Baker
The Kitsap Sun / Posted 17 days ago
Wash. (AP) - A large debris flow is visible on Washington's Mount Baker as a gray streak on the volcano's east side. Western Washington University geologist Dave Tucker told the Bellingham Herald (http://bit.ly/1XjErtv ) that the debris slide... Read more
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Everett Herald
Laura Zalesky was private face of park land preservationmet during World War II and married in 1945. She worked on a Sno-Isle Libraries
Laura Zalesky was private face of park land preservation
Everett Herald / Posted 18 days ago
met during World War II and married in 1945. She worked on a Sno-Isle Libraries bookmobile before earning two degrees from Western Washington University. After retirement, they hiked in Europe and New Zealand. And they were honored by the Cascade... Read more
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The Columbian
Is this booming Northwest land a paradise or disaster waiting to happen?live there?” Paci-Green, 41, understands the risks as well as anyone. She is t
Is this booming Northwest land a paradise or disaster waiting to happen?
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
live there?” Paci-Green, 41, understands the risks as well as anyone. She is the director of the Resilience Institute at Western Washington University in Bellingham and the lead author of a document that outlines the scenario on which emergency... Read more
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PhysOrg
Is this booming Northwest land a paradise or disaster waiting to happen?live there?" Paci-Green, 41, understands the risks as well as anyone. She is t
Is this booming Northwest land a paradise or disaster waiting to happen?
PhysOrg / Posted 21 days ago
live there?" Paci-Green, 41, understands the risks as well as anyone. She is the director of the Resilience Institute at Western Washington University in Bellingham and the lead author of a document that outlines the scenario on which emergency... Read more
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Everett Herald
Nominees for the Class of 2016 Kristi Bartz Memorial Girls Athlete of the YearCyr | Mount Vernon Cyr was the No. 1 starting pitcher for the softball team and
Nominees for the Class of 2016 Kristi Bartz Memorial Girls Athlete of the Year
Everett Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Cyr | Mount Vernon Cyr was the No. 1 starting pitcher for the softball team and will continue her career at Western Washington University. She carries a 3.7 GPA. Chinne Okoronkwo | Mountlake Terrace Okoronkwo is one of the most... Read more
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Everett Herald
Nominees for the Class of 2016 Kristi Bartz Memorial Girls Athlete of the YearCyr | Mount Vernon Cyr was the No. 1 starting pitcher for the softball team and
Nominees for the Class of 2016 Kristi Bartz Memorial Girls Athlete of the Year
Everett Herald / Posted 23 days ago
Cyr | Mount Vernon Cyr was the No. 1 starting pitcher for the softball team and will continue her career at Western Washington University. She carries a 3.7 GPA. Chinne Okoronkwo | Mountlake Terrace Okoronkwo is one of the most... Read more
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KREM.com Spokane
Western Wash. high school among most diverse in U.S.Omar spent three years in a Ugandan refugee camp when she was little. Today, sh
Western Wash. high school among most diverse in U.S.
KREM.com Spokane / Posted 27 days ago
Omar spent three years in a Ugandan refugee camp when she was little. Today, she's an honor student on her way to Western Washington University with a track scholarship. Shakila believes the diversity of Foster allows kids to be... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Tukwila's Foster High School among most diverse in U.S.Omar spent three years in a Ugandan refugee camp when she was little. Today, sh
Tukwila's Foster High School among most diverse in U.S.
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 27 days ago
Omar spent three years in a Ugandan refugee camp when she was little. Today, she's an honor student on her way to Western Washington University with a track scholarship. Shakila believes the diversity of Foster allows kids to be... Read more
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NorthWest Cable News
Western Wash. high school among most diverse in U.S.Omar spent three years in a Ugandan refugee camp when she was little. Today, sh
Western Wash. high school among most diverse in U.S.
NorthWest Cable News / Posted 27 days ago
Omar spent three years in a Ugandan refugee camp when she was little. Today, she's an honor student on her way to Western Washington University with a track scholarship. Shakila believes the diversity of Foster allows kids to be... Read more
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KING5 Seattle
Tukwila's Foster High School among most diverse in U.S.says Shakila Omar, an 18-year-old senior. Omar is a former Ugandan refugee. Sh
Tukwila's Foster High School among most diverse in U.S.
KING5 Seattle / Posted 27 days ago
says Shakila Omar, an 18-year-old senior. Omar is a former Ugandan refugee. She is now an honor student and on her way to Western Washington University. “There is an incredible fusion here,” she says. “You don’t ever feel alone because everyone... Read more
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The Hill
Can Canadians innovate?Studies (SAIS) and the G. Robert Ross Distinguished Visiting Professor in the C
Can Canadians innovate?
The Hill / Posted 29 days ago
Studies (SAIS) and the G. Robert Ross Distinguished Visiting Professor in the College of Business and Economics at Western Washington University. He is also a senior associate of the Americas Program at the Center for Strategic and... Read more
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The Columbian
Vancouver millennials inspired to run for officeOberg said. President Barack Obama also rallied younger voters, but Todd Donov
Vancouver millennials inspired to run for office
The Columbian / Posted 1 months ago
Oberg said. President Barack Obama also rallied younger voters, but Todd Donovan, a political science professor at Western Washington University, said there’s a larger ideological gap between Hillary Clinton and Sanders then there was... Read more
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The News & Observer
Players put their own spin on flying disc sport at Raleigh tournamenttransgender people. Washington’s governor barred nonessential travel to North
Players put their own spin on flying disc sport at Raleigh tournament
The News & Observer / Posted 1 months ago
transgender people. Washington’s governor barred nonessential travel to North Carolina to express opposition to HB2, and Western Washington University forbade its women’s team from spending state funds to come to the tournament. But the team... Read more
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Vancouver Business Journal
Movers & Shakerswith our training and educational programs.” Dixon has a bachelor’s degree in
Movers & Shakers
Vancouver Business Journal / Posted 1 months ago
with our training and educational programs.” Dixon has a bachelor’s degree in industrial organizational psychology from Western Washington University, a certification in organizational systems design, and is currently completing her... Read more
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Boston Globe
Odesza finds stardom with EDM for people who think they don’t like EDMnot even music. A. We went to school about an hour and a half north of Seattle
Odesza finds stardom with EDM for people who think they don’t like EDM
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
not even music. A. We went to school about an hour and a half north of Seattle, a liberal arts school in Bellingham called Western Washington University. We went to school with a bunch of people who mainly did folk and indie rock, so electronic... Read more

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