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Three things you should know that happened in Bellingham City Government this month

An illustration of Bellingham City council. // Illustration by Rachel Alexander By Seth Stevens City...

Whatcom County mutual aid groups try a little kindness

During uncertain times, community members are coming together to offer mutual aid and support. // Photo illustration by Victoria Corkum

Donation sites close — the internet is open

By Macy Adkinson As spring cleaning hits, the Bellingham Buy/Sell/Trade page has been...

Western suspends study abroad

A girl looking at a photo of Greece on her laptop. Due to the pandemic, Western has cancelled all summer abroad...

Local cannabis dispensaries adapt to COVID-19

A worker at Cascade Herb Company packages an order on Wednesday, May 6, making sure to wear gloves as he handles...

Essential government workers succeed in safety measures

A homemade sign in the Roosevelt neighborhood in Bellingham offers a message of gratitude for frontline workers during the COVID-19 pandemic....

Bellingham reminds residents to leave streams alone

An artificial dam in Padden Creek. // Photo by Analiese Burns. By Benjamin Leung Multiple...

Education students continue in experienced-based learning

Teacher education students in reading practicums work one-on-one with children ranging in learning abilities and reading levels. // Illustration by Bella...

Three winners announced in contest to combat food insecurity on campus

A submission proposed using special tags which visually impaired users can scan with their phones to access information about the food....

Pregnant during a pandemic: How COVID-19 has affected pregnancy and childbirth

Veronica Friello and her son, Bodhi, born on April 19. // Photo courtesy of Veronica Friello By...
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