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Federal Way News
Kim Bly art now at Burien Center
Burien Parks, Recreation and Cultural Services is pleased to present an exhibition by artist Kim Bly at the Burien Community Center.
Airporter Shuttle sets company daily passenger record
On Sunday, Dec. 1 the company carried more than 1,000 passengers from the airport north to Bellingham and east to Yakima.
Talking Ellensburg chimps OK at Quebec sanctuary
Two chimpanzees that used sign-language at a Central Washington University institute are reportedly doing well at a sanctuary in Quebec.
CWU scientists study Antarctica
The husband and wife team of Paul Winberry and Audrey Huerta landed a $2.5 million grant from the National Science Foundation this fall to help build a network of seismometers to learn how ice moves and melts in polar regions, the Yakima Herald-Republic reported in a story Wednesday .
The Lake Stevens Journal Online
Local student performs in CWU Nanawatai
Central Washington University's Central Theatre Ensemble presented two productions that are grounded in the struggles in war-torn Afghanistan, told from very different viewpoints, by award-winning playwright William Mastrosimone.
Opera dream close to reality for Mattawa native
"While all my friends, brothers and sisters watched cartoons, I watched PBS. It's where I was introduced to opera music and I loved it," said the son of a Mattawa orchard foreman, who grew up in a family of 11 children.