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Local Government

City establishes new immigration board

Two individuals exit Bellingham City Hall on Tuesday, March 10. // Photo by Ella Banken By Teya Heidenreich

Defining family poses housing barriers

By Kenneth Duncan Washington state representatives are currently considering a bill that would prohibit local governments across the state...

Millworks project to provide new resources and support

The new food campus location will be downtown at the former Georgia-Pacific lignin building on Cornwall Ave. // Photo by Ella...

Mobile homeowners fight to stay

Bert Rotter (left) poses for the camera with his wife Kathie (middle) and mother-in-law (Phyllis) outside of their home in Robin...

City reviewing tiny home encampment

The former “Clean Green” yard waste disposal site could become the new HomesNOW! tiny homes encampment. // Photo by Riley Kankelberg

Bellingham addresses Bakerview collisions

Bakerview Road spans 2.3 miles, and is a popular road used to reach Costco, Whatcom Community College, and Bellis Fair Mall....

New county plan to help struggling families

By Payton Gift Families and children in Whatcom County are struggling, and local community members have a plan to...

City’s first climate manager

Seth Vidaña, the city of Bellingham's first climate and energy manager, starts his new position Feb. 18. Vidaña is a Western...

Nooksack River overflows

Water floods Vanderyacht Park in Ferndale. // Photo courtesy of the City of Ferndale By Izzie Lund

Pending decision, housing regulations would promote new shelters

The Lighthouse Mission Drop-in Center on Holly Street is quiet as snow falls. The center is open 24/7, meals are offered...