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The 124th Annual Old Settlers Weekend

Runners line up at the start line of the 5K race under the American Flag on July 27. // Photo by Mia Amis By Mia...

Female representation in Whatcom County elections

Street view of the City Hall July 9, 2019. // Photo by Zack Jimenez  By Mia Amis In the last four years, there have been a...

Lights for Liberty vigil in Ferndale

The Western Front By Mia Amis On Friday, July 12, 2019 there will be a nationwide moment of silence and candlelight vigil held to shed light...

Late start won’t slow Butler down

By Mia Steben Michael Butler didn’t start playing golf seriously until his sophomore year of high school. Now he’s a leader on the Western men’s...

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No Stage? No Problem!

Starting at the top and from left to right, Walden Marcus, Madeleine Cooper, Gabi Gilbride and...

COVID-19 restrictions cripple Bellingham travel industry

The Bellingham Cruise Terminal on Sunday, May 17. The Alaska Ferry was form of transportation that was put on hold...

Bellingham Public Schools navigates remote learning challenges

Devices at Bellingham Public Schools being prepped for delivery to students to aid in remote learning. // Photo courtesy Bellingham Public...

Looking forward to live music post-COVID-19

Analog Brass performing at their first show in 2018. // Photo courtesy of Maxwell Lemke By Riley Currie

Western becomes first university in U.S. to offer palliative care minor

Western’s main campus is adding a new palliative care minor starting fall quarter. // Photo by Sophia Galvez