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Seattle U's innovative program helps foster kids
SEATTLE Seattle University might seem like Ray Powers' school. But he will tell you it's actually more like his home.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
‘I don’t want to be only person cured of HIV’
Senior postdoctoral fellow Nick Weber is part of efforts at the Hutch to adapt Timothy Ray Brown's cure for others.
KEPR CBS 19
Search suspended for missing Seattle mushroom hunter
The Chelan County sheriff's office has suspended the search for a 79-year-old mushroom hunter who has been missing more than a week about 10 miles north of Lake Wenatchee.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
The Wichita Eagle
Hurd named WAC commissioner
Hurd, who becomes the sixth commissioner in the WAC's 51-year history, was appointed following the summer meeting of the 2013-14 board of directors held in Denver.
Religion News Service
Buoyed by a new pope, priests gather to urge church reform
The death of liberal Catholicism has been proclaimed so often in recent decades that few even bother to check to see if the body still has a pulse.
Chelan County search continues for elderly mushroom hunter
Another daylong search has failed to find a 79-year-old Seattle woman who has been missing since Saturday when she went mushroom hunting alone off a Forest Service road about 10 miles north of Lake Wenatchee.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Overcoming barriers to excel, graduate | Class of '13
In time he not only picked up English, but due to the diversity of the church his family attended, he also learned Ukrainian, Russian and Modolvan.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Missing Seattle woman known to mushroom hunters
Hildegard Hendrickson has been missing since Saturday when she went on a mushroom hunting trip in Chelan County.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Camping with Shawn Kemp, Eldridge Recasner
In honor of Father's Day, former Washington standout Eldridge Recasner , who played eight years in the NBA, is holding a two-day basketball clinic Friday for fathers and sons that begins Friday.
ESFDB honors King-Sablan as distinguished alumna
If it weren't for the personal success of its alumni, schools could not show the world how their methods and practices lead to success.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Lakewood announces possible finalists for city manager job
DEVELOPING STORY: The city of Lakewood has announced the names of the six likely finalists that its consultant is recommending as finalists to become the new city manager.
Thu Jun 06, 2013
Nippon in New York: Hot films, magic gardens and cool jazz
After an unusually chilly spring, it's finally starting to feel like summer. Enjoy some seasonal events this month that celebrate both the sunny and the dark side of life and nature.
The Waterland Blog
Highline Schools Foundation awards 2013 STIA Scholarship Winners
On Wednesday night , the Highline Schools Foundation announced the winners of the Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Scholarship for 2013: This scholarship is a needs-based scholarship and is awarded annually to three graduating seniors from Highline School District who will be pursuing a college education.
Your Graduation Announcment Here / Rotten To The Common Core
Here's something different for all you high school and college graduates out there.
Wed Jun 05, 2013
Methow Valley News Home Page
Fearless Susie Kowalczyk teaches about treatment-free beekeeping on Sunday . The class just filled, but Methow Conservancy is compiling a waiting list for possible future events.
Tue Jun 04, 2013
Hammer & Rails
Purdue added 5th year Sterling acrter
Does anyone know anything about this kid? i looked up his bio and found the following link below, 5th year trasfer from Seattle University.
Mon Jun 03, 2013
John McKay's Middle East peace mission
Follow international events and want some rare good news? Read Times reporter Mike Carter's story about former U.S. Attorney John McKay taking on a 24-month assignment to help Palestinians develop a legal system.
Sun Jun 02, 2013
Can You Outthink Apple CEO Tim Cook? Probably Not -- And That's Why America Is Doomed
People ask me why I am so negative on America. Not the least of my concerns is that U.S. corporations in recent times have been splurging so much on buying back their own shares.
Big city, tiny apartment: small-scale living is new trend in U.S.
Aaron McConnell doesn't mind sharing a kitchen with seven neighbors. He's fine in living quarters with just enough room for a twin bed, a corner desk and little else.
The News Tribune
The stars align for a new law school in Tacoma
Since 1999, the South Sound has had a hole the shape of a law school in its higher education system.