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Nicotine addiction grips users despite health risks

College students in Bellingham prone to purchasing e-cigarettes due to social restrictions, strategic marketing By Georgia Costa While a study done by the Journal of the...

State cybersecurity office bill introduced after breach

Importance of cybersecurity exemplified after data breach exposed information from over 1 million Washingtonians By Georgia Costa A major data breach in Washington state led to...

Shortage of vaccine for unhoused residents

Unhoused population in Bellingham waits for the vaccine while being twice as vulnerable By Georgia Costa Although many suffer when there’s a shortage of COVID-19 vaccinations, said...

Marijuana found to alleviate COVID-19 symptoms

Research shows COVID-19 respiratory symptoms can be alleviated with certain types of cannabis By Georgia Costa In November 2020, Erica Wilkins contracted COVID-19, underwent painful symptoms...

Five generations of family through art

“Origins and Evolutions” opens Jan. 26 at Gallery Syre Correction: A previous version of this story misidentified the artistic team as being run by Corona....

‘We Will’ resists lockdown restrictions

The nonprofit group ‘We Will’ met to discuss strategies to reopen small businesses Correction: A previous version of this story misidentified the formation date of...

Community effort tracking Asian giant hornet continues

Invasive species brings volunteers, beekeepers together to find possible nests across western Washington. By Sophia Beach Amid an already abnormal year, beekeepers in Whatcom...

Healthy helpers provide meals to low-income seniors

By Georgia Costa Meals on Wheels and More and other nonprofits are providing meal packages to both senior and low-income Bellingham residents. Before COVID-19, Meals on...

Western alumna makes earrings

Georgia Golla's favorite earrings, made out of clay // Photo courtesy of Georgia Golla By Georgia Costa Western alumna Georgia Golla’s up-and-coming earring business, The Naked...

Uninsured to suffer the most after the pandemic

By Georgia Costa When the “Stay Home, Stay Healthy” order is no longer enforced, the demand for mental health assistance is predicted to surge, meeting...
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Piece(s) of cake

Local bakery serves up sustainability By Caroline Brooks Saltadena Bakery & Cake Shop’s muted pink colors and frosting-scented air isn’t all...