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A dump truck passes the Darrington Fire Station in early morning light Monday, March 31, 2014, in Darrington. Students affected by the Oso mudslide, who live in Oso or Darrington, are eligible for free tuition in the 2014-2015 school year. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren)

WSU offers reprieve for students affected by Oso mudslide

In a letter to the mayor of Darrington, Washington State University President Elson Floyd said students affected by the Oso mudslide, who live in Oso or Darrington, are eligible for free tuition in the 2014-2015 school year.

Floyd notes that the WSU Snohomish County Extension is helping with the care of farm animals in the community.

The letter also states that WSU will provide technical assistance and help to rebuild agriculture, forestry and natural resource businesses in the Stillaguamish Valley.


Tim Haeck, KIRO Radio Reporter
Tim Haeck is a news reporter with KIRO Radio. While Tim is one of our go-to, no-nonsense reporters, he also has a sensationally dry sense of humor and it will surprise some to learn he is a weekend warrior.
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