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|Suicide Prevention Act Remains Legacy Of A Senator's Son
Suicide, it is said, is a permanent solution to a temporary problem. In 2003, Garrett Lee Smith took that permanent solution. Thirteen years later the effects are being felt in the continued grief of his parents – and the work they’ve done to prevent other families from suffering as…
|Western Washington University holds drill for “big one”
Western Washington University employees practiced patient triage and surveyed simulated building damage Tuesday morning, June 7, as part of a region-wide, four-day earthquake preparation exercise.
The drill, which began around 9 a.m., was part of Cascadia Rising, a series of exercises…
|Western to take part in regional earthquake exercise June 7
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|Western Washington University to have lockdown, test alerts
Western Washington University will conduct a test lockdown drill at the same time the school tests its alert notification system at 1:40 p.m. Wednesday, April 20.
The test of the notification system will include voice messages over the campus fire alarm system, desktop messages on campus…