Amid the pomp and ceremony and pride and tears, 214 students crossed the stage to receive their degrees. . .
After more than 30 years in the music industry, seven Grammy nominations and countless other nominations. . .
Ranching is in the blood of brothers Ricardo and Alfredo Ortiz. Generations of their family have worked the rugged land. . .
As far back as she can remember, Heritage senior Cialita Keys and her family have collected roots on the closed shrub steppe portions of the Yakama Reservation. Read more. . .
With a presentation of their student work on projects such as ADENTRO, the Heritage University Enactus team took third place in a national student business competition in April. Read more. . .
For every Heritage graduate, there is a story of perseverance, determination and unlimited possibilities. Here is a sample of where some of the Class of 2014 are going next. Read more. . .
All Caps Another Successful Heritage Commencement
His Own Drumbeat, the Black Lodge Singers
Enactus Helps Entrepreneurs in Wrangling Success
Horse Sense, Teaming Up on the Issue of Wild Horses
Business Students Place Third Nationally
Life After Graduation, Profiles of Five Graduates
2014 Alumni of the Year
From the President
Congratulations Class of 2014
A Salute to Alumni Success
Getting Our Act Six Together
Taking the Science Prize
The Latest Word on English Language Learners
A Class Act for the Tri-Cities
On the Calendar
A+ Teachers: Faculty of the Year Awards
Heritage Welcomes Two New Board Members
Majoring in Retirement
28th Annual Bounty of the Valley Scholarship Dinner Thank You
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