It wasn’t long after Dirk van Velzen began his 15-year sentence in 1999 that he decided he wanted to use his time in prison to get a college degree.
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The Walla Walla Branch of American Association of University Women is accepting applications for education-related mini-grants for 2022. The submission deadline is April 15.
LA GRANDE — A bevy of local hospitals and providers are receiving more than $7.8 million in funds through the American Rescue Plan via a program specific to rural hospitals.
Approved by Democratic lawmakers and Gov. Jay Inslee in 2019, WA Cares is intended to be a social-insurance program to help people pay for care for themselves in old age or sickness.
Sheldon Delph has brought the tiny city about $7 million in project funding since 2010. Delph is being forced to retire from grant writing by a medical condition.
As the need for mental health care in Washington far outstrips the state’s capacity to provide it, a group of university leaders have a new st…
Treating COVID-19 patients in the intensive care unit for the past 19 months often reminds Paul Fuller, a registered nurse in Wenatchee, of hi…