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With Declining Applications, PNW Universities Easing Admissions Process

Universities in Washington fear there may soon be fewer students to fill their classes due to a national decrease in births during the Great Recession.

Children born during the economic recession that struck in December 2007 will begin graduating from high school in five years, but the recession caused many people to delay having children.…

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Wash. Farmworkers Say Congress’ Path-to-Citizenship Bill Flawed

A resolution in Congress aims to provide a path to legal status for farmworkers. It would also require farms to adopt E-Verify, a controversial system used to check employment eligibility.

But some fear the bill could do more harm than good for farmworkers, as Eric Tegethoff reports.…

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Medicare Enrollment Open Now For 2020

Enrolling for Medicare can be a daunting task. Add to that private companies offering add-ons and plans changing from county to county and it would help to talk to a professional. Luckily they’re in Wenatchee Thursdays, as Marcus Bellissimo reports. …

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