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NEWS BRIEF: Protests and calls for action as large numbers remain without shelter

Groups of protestors block camp displacement; small number enter city hall By Silvia Leija, Faith Owens and Riley Young This is a story about an ongoing...

Why on, off-campus students need to know about the Family definition

The City of Bellingham Planning and Community Development members share news on how definition change will affect Western Washington University students By Alison Ward The City...

‘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...

Zero tolerance for insurrectionists in Bellingham

With inauguration less than a week away, city and county officials aim to keep community safe By Lauren Gallup On Wednesday, Jan. 6, the nation and...

NEWS BRIEF: Whatcom County COVID-19 cases higher than ever

Health Department reiterates need to take precautions seriously By Lauren Gallup Whatcom County’s COVID-19 cases are higher now than at any other point during the pandemic,...

Local leaders react to unrest in Olympia following siege of U.S. Capitol building

Washington state Democrats join growing chorus to remove Trump from office, Gov. Inslee deploys troops to Olympia By Nolan Baker After chaos and violence erupted from...

Tony’s Coffee wins prestigious award

The local company made waves in a premier coffee magazine for their environmental work By Holden Predmore Tony’s Coffee has been selected as Roast...

Huxley College Professor wins Living Now Book Award

Western’s Gigi Berardi has received an award for her book “FoodWISE” By Mathew Willoughby "FoodWISE,” a book written by Western environmental Professor Gigi...

COVID-19 cases surge across Whatcom County as holidays grow closer

Cases nearly tripled since last month By Henry Stewart-Wood Whatcom County recorded its highest-ever rate of positive COVID-19 tests the week before Gov. Inslee’s lockdown was...

Whatcom County organizations continue their food drive and Thanksgiving meal services with new COVID-19 procedures

Thanksgiving meal services and food drives change their protocols to ensure that volunteers and guests are as safe as possible By Mazelle Kuplent As residents of...
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