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Whatcom Humane Society still provides essential care

The Whatcom Humane Society is still open and providing essential care for animals. Tina, a shelter dog at the Whatcom Humane...

COVID-19 generates new barriers for foster care

Photo Illustration by Kat Grigg By Kaleigh Carroll Amidst Washington’s statewide “Stay Home, Stay Healthy”...

Brewery holds online games for locals during social distancing

A beer is poured at Stones Throw Brewery, which has begun hosting online trivia nights, due to social distancing measures. //...

Western cancels all study abroad trips through summer

Students’ summer plans to study abroad are cancelled and causing them to rethink what their next few months will look like....

Small Bellingham businesses affected by COVID-19

Illustration of Makeworth Market, one of the places affected by nonessential business closures. Makeworth Market is now selling packaged coffee for...

Bellingham comic and gaming business take sales virtual

Jeffrey Figley and Roman Stadtler pose for a portrait inside The Comics Place on Wednesday, March 11, 2015. The Comics Place...

Western’s essential student workers speak out

Western tour guides for the 2019-20 school year are currently working from home. // Courtesy of Diana Feinson

Local organizations work to aid people experiencing homelessness during the pandemic

The Lighthouse Mission Drop-in Center on Holly Street in February 2020. The Mission has temporarily relocated to Bellingham High School to...

On the lookout for the Asian giant hornet

An Asian giant hornet specimen owned by the WSU Whatcom County Extension. // Photo courtesy Gail Buce. By...

Bellingham officials begin the 2021-22 budget process while preparing to make “tough decisions”

An illustration of Bellingham City council. // Illustration by Rachel Alexander “There is the very real possibility...
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