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Lincoln Park and Ride to require permits this fall

Free-of-charge permits will be required for the Lincoln Creek Park and Ride starting this fall quarter on Monday, September 21. This will be part of...

Indian Street to be renamed after Billy Frank Jr.

The Bellingham City Council voted unanimously in favor of renaming Indian Street to Billy Frank Jr. Street, a Nisqually tribe member and environmental and...

State approves $70 million for Carver renovation

The Washington State Legislature approved $70 million to fund the renovation of Western Washington University's Carver Gymnasium in the capital budget for 2015-2017. The capital...

Fireworks ban to extend county-wide next year

The Bellingham Police and Fire Departments are teaming up this Fourth of July to enforce Bellingham’s firework ban. The ban was originally passed in June...

Western hosts first robotics expo

Eleven robotics and engineering groups from Bellingham and around Whatcom County gathered together to bring the first Whatcom Robotics Expo to life. Approximately 25 people...

Summer construction continues with new updates

Various construction projects on campus will continue during summer quarter as the renovation of Ridgeway Kappa and the remodel Carver Gymnasium progress. In the meantime,...

Huxley students create environmental justice minor

Western students will be able to explore the idea of social justice in environmental issues next year with a new minor program created by...

Western freshman wins journalism excellence award

Western freshman Chelsee Johnson received a second place award in the 2014 Society of Professional Journalists Northwest Excellence in Journalism contest. Johnson was an intern...

Bellingham Music Club celebrates 100th year anniversary with concert

The Bellingham Music Club celebrated its 100-year anniversary at the Centennial Gala Concert, commencing their 100th annual concert season. “The 2015-2016 concert season will be...

Citizens gather for waterfront cleanup at Maritime Heritage Park

RE Sources for Sustainable Communities hosted a public walk to educate and show people toxic cleanup sites around the Bellingham Waterfront. The mile-long walk...
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