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First WWU Student tests positive

Concerned students ask university to be more transparent about testing and data By Izzie Lund

Whatcom YMCA receives $800,000 grant

Money will go toward replacing Barkley Village child care center, expand program By Izzie Lund

Legislature addresses high cost of insulin

A watercolor painting of insulin done by Wilson Turk. // Painting courtesy of Wilson Turk By Izzie Lund

Nooksack River overflows

Severe flooding damaged 26 houses and 10 businesses Jan. 31 Water floods Vanderyacht Park...

Pending decision, housing regulations would promote new shelters

Bellingham City Council will vote on the new interim housing bill for the last time on Monday, Feb. 10

City votes to find partner in safe parking program

The safe parking program is designed to protect homeless people who sleep in their cars  City...

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Western lays off all RAs and apartment advisers

'Roughly 10' may remain to work with dwindling ranks of on-campus students This...

Who, exactly, is ‘essential’?

State offers new reporting options for employees concerned for their safety In this April 2019 file photo,...

Do you know this person?

Police seek identity of man who died at Outback Farm By Melanie Bell

Pandemic waste production

Ariel Maldonado, owner of Instagram account @gogreensavegreen, spending time in nature. // Photo courtesy of Ariel Maldonado. By...

How local businesses are adjusting to closures caused by COVID-19

A microscopic view of the virus SARS-COV-2, which causes the respiratory illness COVID-19. // Photo courtesy the Centers for Disease Control...