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Zuanich Point Park holds weekly drum circle led by Western Alumnus, Yogoman

Attendees play together during a drum circle at Zuanich Point Park July 21. // Photo by Nick Baca By Nick Baca Along with the sounds of...

YMCA plans on moving to Civic Athletic Complex after 75 years at downtown location

A street view of the Whatcom Family YMCA at 1256 N State St. // Photo by Nick Baca By Nick Baca Whether it be swimming, health...

Stemma Brewing Company opens in Bellingham

Zoe Hayes, a Stemma bartender, prepares 32 ounce cans called crowlers, which are ordered to go at Stemma Brewing Co. on July 10. //...

Increased inspections to protect lakes

Kayak on the shores of Lake Whatcom post invasive species check on July 3 // Photo by Nick Baca By. Nick Baca The Whatcom County Aquatic...

Fircreek counselor fired for sexuality

Jace Taylor speaks on stage at the Bellingham Pride Parade July 14. //Photo by Ally Burdett By Nick Baca The message #IStandWithJace was seen flying over...

Students tell stories through Vitality art

Vitality, according to Merriam-Webster, is a lively or energetic quality or the power to continue living.  At BRAVE’s Vitality Art Show, that definition was...

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Petition starts cycling safety debate

Chuckanut Drive as seen from a car. // Photo courtesy of Chris Hahn

Gray wolves are back in Washington

Wolves spotted in Washington State. // Photo courtesy of Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife By Ian Ferguson...

Behind the systems: In wake of resignation, a journey of faith and acceptance

After her resignation, Adams said meeting other LGBTQ+ Christians helped her move forward. // Illustration by Emma Toscani

Strange dreams during social distancing

Stress, among other factors, can lead to more vivid and sometimes bizzare dreams. Some are experiencing this due to the...

Bellingham local shops bring business home

A stand in front of Jeremy Noet’s House displays Blue Water Pottery for sale. // Photo courtesy of Jeremy Noet