Via South Sound Business
By Dr. Tim Stokes, David Schaffert, and Michael Cade
Lawmakers will soon gather in Olympia for the 2019 legislative session. Their jobs won’t be easy.
This is the year the Legislature must write the next two-year state budget, weighing many competing and important demands in the process.
Article via OlyArts
By Tom Simpson
Last June, the Broadway revival of Tony Kushner’s Angels in America won Tony awards in multiple categories, including best actor for Andrew Garfield and best revival of a play. Director Lauren Love is now bringing this 25-year-old, groundbreaking drama to South Puget Sound Community College’s stage.
Article via Nisqually Valley News
Yelm Community Schools has expanded its educational vision beyond the walls of K-12. Through new partnerships with South Puget Sound Community College, Yelm Timberland Library and the South Sound YMCA, 25 local adults are currently earning their high school diplomas at Yelm Extension School this fall. The class is full, and more are waiting to sign up.
In 2004 archaeologist Dale Croes and Native American basketmaker Ed Carriere began an unusual collaboration to study and eventually reconstruct ancient baskets from the Pacific Northwest. Croes is a retired SPSCC faculty member and Thurston County resident.
Article via American Archaeology
By Julian Smith