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City & County

Healthy helpers provide meals to low-income seniors

The Meals on Wheels logo is displayed on one of the vehicles that delivers food. // Photo by Georgia Costa

Lynden protests stay-at-home amid pandemic

A parade of vehicles boasting American flags, honking horns arrive at the Lynden Freedom Parade to peacefully protest Gov. Inslee’s stay...

When in doubt, howl it out

A yellow moon against a pitch black sky. // Photo by Victoria Corkum By Victoria Corkum

‘Snitch List:’ Non-compliance complaints lead to threats

Angela Lenz, owner of Tails-a-Wagging, works with a group of daycare dogs. Her business received a complaint for staying open, but...

Boating restrictions lift, invasive species concerns remain

Boaters launch their vessel after clearing the aquatic invasive species inspection at Bloedel Donovan Park. // Photo by Kaleigh Carroll

Local vigil, march for George Floyd draws hundreds, shows solidarity

By Olivia Hobson, Drew Jelinek and Kyle Tubbs A circle of listeners slowly gathered...

Is now too early to reopen?

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Whatcom County Council introduced an ordinance item relating to Cherry Point Refinery

Photo of the Cherry Point Refinery in Whatcom County. // Photo by Courtney Gullett By Courtney Gullett

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...