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40 Under Forty reaches 600 in 2017

40 Under Forty reaches 600 in 2017

Business owners and executives, entrepreneurs, bankers, attorneys, architects, non-profit leaders, pastors and managers of key government operations are all included on the 2017 "40 Under Forty" list of honorees announced today.

September 2017

Funding campaign = Goal + 50%

Fund-raising success means even more support for students of Annie Wright Schools in Tacoma, both athletically and scholastically.

August 2017

Bates administrator attends Harvard

A senior leader at Tacoma's Bates Technical College was invited to a special two-week program at Harvard University to study the newest ideas for educational leadership.

August 2017

Students heading for PLU face uncertainty

Up to 31 faculty positions at Pacific Lutheran University have been identified for possible reductions and some academic programs may be discontinued under recommendations of a faculty committee released today.

August 2017

Executive comings-and-goings

With a pending retirement, Fife has picked a new city manager, while Saint Martin's School of Business has added two new assistant professors starting this fall term.

August 2017
Infoblox joins with Kilmer for tech apprenticeships

Infoblox joins with Kilmer for tech apprenticeships

Congressman Derek Kilmer has introduced new legislation to advance the stewardship of technology careers, and he’s partnering with a big name in Tacoma tech to do it.

August 2017

Lollar Guitars, Tacoma college lauded for globalism

Tacoma Community College and a local manufacturer for guitar parts both received an award from the federal trade promotion agency for their recent successes in connecting the world markets to this local area.

August 2017

PLU exec going to Bellingham

With its presidency in temporary hands pending a national search, Pacific Lutheran University is losing a senior executive to Western Washington University at the end of August.

August 2017

CHI enlarges UWT health services

Students at Tacoma's public university will be able to access their health services through neighborhood clinics closer to where they live, instead of only through an on-campus center, under a new plan announced today.

July 2017

Legislators ‘celebrate’ budget resolutions

Apparently proving the doubters wrong, state legislators are today putting final passage to a new Washington two-year budget, that adds significant new spending to 'basic education,' while bringing modest new tax revenues.

June 2017
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