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Migrant summer school provides some stability
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Migrant summer school provides some stability
Migrant summer school offers a leg up to area's itinerant workers.

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Clatsop Community College selects interim leader
Clatsop Community College selects interim leader
Clatsop Community College will have a new president Aug. 1.
Clatsop Community College expands welding, computer science programs
Clatsop Community College is adding associate degrees in welding and computer science.
Fire cadets train at college
Fire cadets train at college
Fire cadets from around the lower Columbia River region trained at Clatsop Community College late last month.
Maritime, fire and EMT training outlined
Starting June 29, Clatsop Community College will hold special advising sessions for people interested in its maritime science, fire science and emergency medical technician programs.
Job Corps students train to help with oil spills
Job Corps students train to help with oil spills
Seamanship students from Tongue Point Job Corps Center are gaining experience from Seattle to Santa Barbara.
Knappa School Board approves superintendent contract
Knappa School District approved the contract of its new superintendent and its 2015-16 budget.
Seaside School District adopts budget
Seaside School District's Board of Directors approved a budget for the 2015-16 school year.
Warrenton passes budget, says goodbye to O’Brien
Athletic Director Ian O'Brien is leaving Warrenton High School.
Pacifica Projects lead to ‘amazing things’
Pacifica Projects lead to ‘amazing things’
The class of 2015 presents the community with their Pacifica Projects.
Clatsop Community College’s Patriot Hall project breaks ground
Clatsop Community College’s Patriot Hall project breaks ground
Clatsop Community College broke ground Saturday on the next phase of its campus redevelopment.
College graduates take the stage
College graduates take the stage
On Friday, Clatsop Community College graduated 168 students, with the help of Oregon's 38th governor.