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Creative accomplishments of our classmates

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Class of LC 1965 graduate,
Ken Privratsky

This book is the first one capturing logistics achievements enabling the British victory, and it remains the only book on that war to date by an American.

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Major General Kenneth Privratsky
Class of LC 1965 graduate, Bill Morlin,  has built a reputation as one of the nation's top reporters on right-wing extremist groups and related criminal justice issues. In his nearly 30 years at The Spokesman-Review and its former sister paper, The Spokane Chronicle, Morlin has written exclusive, award-winning stories on such major national news events as the siege on Ruby Ridge, the rise and fall of Richard Butler's Idaho-based Aryan Nations and the mid-1980s murder and robbery spree of The Order, a band of racist revolutionaries. In 2001, he helped identify the killer in a Montana double-murder case that had gone unsolved for 38 years. Morlin is a native of Spokane and a graduate of Eastern Washington University.

This is the story of one of the nation's most vicious and prolific serial killers, Robert Lee Yates, Jr.

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Spokane doctor’s letters from Dachau being preserved for history

Clarice Wilsey, left, along with her lifelong friends Carol Wanamaker, center, and Pam Blackwell.
Clarice Wilsey
has been presented the following prestigious awards:

Esther Matthews Award ….Highest Award from the Oregon Career Development Association for leadership, scholarship and contributions to the career development field

Anne Leavitt Award… highest award in the Division of Student Life for making significant contributions in the lives of students at U of O

Catapult: Cancer with Ron
Copyright 2016 by Carol Ellis
All rights reserved
ISBN 978-1-68418-502-3
Cover art by Helen Hansen
Photo by Chris Crick

All proceeds go to the Benaroya Research Institute at Virginia Mason, for Cancer Research
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