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City reviewing tiny home encampment

The former “Clean Green” yard waste disposal site could become the new HomesNOW! tiny homes encampment. // Photo by Riley Kankelberg

Bellingham addresses Bakerview collisions

Bakerview Road spans 2.3 miles, and is a popular road used to reach Costco, Whatcom Community College, and Bellis Fair Mall....

New app aims to increase safety of indigenous women

By Riley Kankelberg Entegra Analytics, a Bellingham-based software company, is pioneering a new app designed to help fight...

Women’s march brings reproductive rights to the forefront

People carrying their signs through the town during the Women's March on Saturday, Jan. 18. // Photo by Riley Kankelberg

Planning Commission hears agenda for lowering housing costs

Three of the four houses being built on Nevada St. on Friday, Jan. 17. // Photo by Claire Ott

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Bellingham local shops bring business home

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

Climate task force begins climate measure filtering process, funding considerations

The Bellingham Climate Task Force (bottom row) and the Bellingham City Council (upper row) at Bellingham City Hall. // Photo Courtesy...

Behind the systems: For LGBTQ+ employees at religious organizations, a murky legal landscape on campus and in the courts

St. James Cathedral in Seattle is the main church of the Seattle Archdiocese, and the seat of Archbishop Paul Etienne. //...

COVID-19 impacts students’ search for off-campus housing

Students are facing difficult decisions about off-campus housing due to COVID-19. // Illustration by Rachel Alexander By Sienna...

Behind the systems: Former members frustrated over student’s resignation, double standards for dealing with sexual activity

Former members say rules regarding moral conduct were not applied equally This is the second article in a...