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“…And the tree was happy, and so were the children”: Village Books gives back with Giving Tree book drive

The Giving Tree sits by the staircase in the Fairhaven Village Books. Each angel represents a child that customers can purchase a book for. // Photo...

Seattle International Comedy Competition takes Bellingham

Contestants in the Seattle International Comedy Competition made their last semi-final stop in Bellingham. // Photo by Kenzie Mahoskey By Emily Erskine Red velvet chairs,...

Student memorialized with scholarship: Friends band together to create a crowdsourced memorial scholarship

Emily Lang (left) and Emma Place died tragically in a hiking accident in August 2017. // Photo Courtesy of Laura Place By Emily Erskine In August...

Best Cheap Eats

By Emily Erskine Ah yes, the great dichotomy of whether to eat out or stay in. Grocery shopping can be a pain, but eating out...

Seventh annual Cider Fest at BelleWood Acres

By Emily Erskine The sunlight peeked through parted clouds as guests arrived at BelleWood Acres for the seventh annual Ciderfest on Saturday, Nov. 10. Local Gypsy...

Loading… Cybersecurity program grows

“I swear my husband’s grandmother thinks that I’m fighting cyborgs or something,” cybersecurity major Miranda Skar said. // Photo illustration by Jaden Moon By Emily...

29 years down, many more to go

By Emily Erskine Amidst the twinkling lights, decorative cakes and drinks on the house, Executive Director of Lydia Place Emily O’Connor stood proudly on a...

Bellingham marathon supports local youth

By Emily Erskine The rainy streets of downtown Bellingham welcomed another year of Bellingham Bay Marathon runners on Sunday, Sept. 30. Despite the harsh weather conditions...
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