Bike Boulevard Unveiled on Seventh

Eric Rosane, Staff Reporter

July 19, 2017

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A newly installed bicycle boulevard on Seventh Avenue is the first move in a series of actions to be taken by the city’s public works department to maintain safer pedestrian and cyclist travel on low-traffic streets. Tra...

Will Getz-Short Apartment Complex be demolished?

April 22, 2014

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BY Riley Elliott Staff Reporter   In the future, Central plans to demolish and replace the existing Getz-Short Apartment Complex on the south end of campus, situated along University Way and North Ruby Street. The...

Time to clean up the water, Central takes on Yakima River and CWU irrigation canal

April 19, 2014

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BY Patience Collier News Editor On April 19, the Center for Leadership and Community Engagement (CLCE) will be sending 150 volunteers to clean up the area around the Yakima River. This will be the 41st annual Yakima River...

Will better event planning keep students at Central during weekends?

April 16, 2014

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BY Evan Pappas Contributing Writer   Central has been called a suitcase college, with students often retreating to the West Side over the weekends, but data collected by the school shows otherwise. Scott Drummond,...

ASCWU-BOD positions influence Central student life

April 9, 2014

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BY Colt Sweetland Assistant News Editor CORRECTION: Cassie DuBore's name had previously appeared as Dubore. The below article has been edited, and the Observer apologies for this mistake.   On April 14, the Associated...

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