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  • Mt. Baker Ski Area looks to more sustainable future

    Hailey Hoffman, Cascadia Daily News|Updated Feb 12, 2024

    Skiers and snowboarders return to a more sustainable Mt. Baker Ski Area, with millions spent to upgrade power sources to reach a future goal of using renewables. More than a foot of snow fell over the weekend, providing enough on top of the base to finally open the mountain to pass holders Wednesday, Dec. 13, and to the general public on Thursday. This week's opening is about a month later than last year due to warm and rainy weather, but skiers and snowboarders said opening...

  • Western expects budget shortfalls, hopes to increase enrollment, retention

    Hailey Hoffman, Cascadia Daily News|Updated Sep 29, 2022

    In an address to Western Washington University, president Sabah Randhawa reflected on the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic, discussed the university's strategic plan and looked to the future and its impending budget shortfalls. "The COVID-19 pandemic has also shown how we can adapt and come together in new and innovative ways to advance the mission of the university and public education at a time when it is needed more than ever," he said. Randhawa reported that students of...

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