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Media headlines include:

* The Seattle Times — Professors, doctors top list of best-paid state employees (in Washington), http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2003689649_salaries02m.html

* Longview Daily News — Diabetics control a chronic illness, while still enjoying food, , quoting Debbie Zbaeren Fredricks, nutrition educator, WSU Extension,  http://www.tdn.com/articles/2007/05/02/this_day/news04.txt

* The Oregonian — Environmental health expert to speak at WSU Vancouver, http://blog.oregonlive.com/breakingnews/2007/05/environmental_health_expert_to.html

* The Chronicle of Higher Education — Cheating Incident Involving 34 Students at Duke Is Business School’s Biggest Ever,
http://chronicle.com/daily/2007/04/2007043002n.htm

* Inside Higher Ed — Elephant not in the room — 40 percent of students don’t bother coming to class, http://insidehighered.com/news/2007/05/01/absent

* The Columbian — WSU Vancouver group fishing for clues to improve water quality in

Vancouver Lake, http://www.columbian.com/printArticle.cfm?story=133789

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Forest debris could shelter huckleberry from climate change

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