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Family Advocates Strengthen a Powerful Mother/Son Bond

June 14, 2021, 2:59am Sponsored Content

The inseparable bond between Stephani Kuykendall and her son, Mason, age 5, is immediately apparent. Their love for one another is so tangible that it’s very hard to imagine that… Read story

As Demand for Cybersecurity Experts Skyrockets, Clark College Launches New Degree Program

June 10, 2021, 1:37am Sponsored Content

One thing the Covid pandemic has taught us is how much of our activities can be conducted online: Buying groceries, attending meetings, even watching the latest blockbuster movie. Unfortunately, all… Read story

Clark College’s Bachelor of Applied Science in Applied Management program builds off of the many career-oriented two-year programs the college offers.
Bill Cline, a retired firefighter, decided to continue his community service as a CASA volunteer.

They Gave To Him, Now He Passes it Along

Bill Cline, a retired firefighter, decided to continue his community service as a CASA volunteer.

May 20, 2021, 6:00am Sponsored Content

Court Appointed Special Advocates (CASAs) are volunteers who advocate for children who have experienced abuse or neglect. The Clark County CASA Program has 130 volunteers taking on this demanding and rewarding role and Bill Cline is one of those amazing volunteers. Read story

Primary Care in the Comfort of Home

May 17, 2021, 6:00am Sponsored Content

“Glenwood is very involved in their patient care, making it easy for us to be updated on any changes of condition for a resident.” —Adair Moore, COO of CRM Physicians Read story

Clark College students enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Science in Human Services program practice counseling techniques in the classroom while Professor Marcia Roi, bottom left, observes and provides guidance.