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Central Students Still Working With Chimpanzees

Central Washington University’s (CWU) primate behavior and ecology (PBE) academic programs are thriving despite the relocation of chimpanzees Tatu and Loulis to a sanctuary in Montreal.

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East Valley Student Trying to End Senior Projects

Rep. David Taylor of Moxee is backing a bill that would eliminate the culminating senior project from the state graduation requirements and leave it up to local school districts.

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Charter Schools Not Coming to The Valley

If you were hoping to see charter schools come to our area, you are going to have to wait.

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Eastern Washington University President Retiring

The president of Eastern Washington University has announced he will be retiring after eight years of leadership in Cheney.

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Naches School District Hoping for New School

Driving through the city of Naches, it will be easy to see a lot of "Vote Yes" signs.

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YVCC Foundation Scholarship Applications Available

Yakima Valley Community College Foundation scholarship applications are now available for the 2014-2015 academic year.

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GED Changing Requirements in New Year

Thousands of Washington residents who started the GED high school equivalency test sometime this past decade but never finished have just a few weeks to complete their exams, or they'll have to start over.

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Heritage University Construction Ahead of Schedule

Heritage University is seeing excellent progress on the construction they started only a couple months ago.

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State Patrol Recruiting Changes, Host a Japanese Student, More Briefs

  • The Washington State Patrol is looking for future troopers and Trooper Chris Thorson says they are now changing requirements hoping to get more people through the recruitment process.

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Washington in Danger of Losing No Child Left Behind Waiver

Washington State lawmakers next year must bring the state's teacher evaluation system up to federal standards, or risk losing a waiver from the No Child Left Behind law.

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