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Legislature likely to consider tuition-free community college tuition in Washington

By John Stang for TCAJOB [blockquote quote=”Without the funding … it’s kinda like kissing your sister” source=”Gene Colin, board chairman of the South Seattle College Foundation” align=”right” max_width=”300px”]Two Seattle Democrats — Sens. Pramilia Jayapal and David Frockt — are working on a proposal to offer tuition-free community college in Washington. The Washington proposal, inspired by…

Urban Sketchers at work sketching a scene in Sharehouse.

Urban Sketchers take to the streets instead of the studio

[blockquote quote=”“We have 56 local artists who are members of our Facebook group,” source=”Jim Bumgarner” align=”right” max_width=”300px”]”R Renee Martinez of Richland looks forward to Wednesdays. That’s the day she meets up with fellow artists at different locations each week to sketch whatever suits her fancy. Her subjects vary from week to week because the environment…

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Arts organizations pursue performing arts center

[blockquote quote=”Vista Field is a great location for a performing arts center and will add to the quality of life here.” source=”Steve Wiley, Task Force chairman” align=”right” max_width=”300px”]Local arts advocates have campaigned for more than 50 years to get a state-of-the-art performing arts center built in the Tri-Cities. That dream could become reality sooner rather…

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