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Affordable housing: Still an issue in Bellingham but could be improving, with six urban villages in development, the city has new residential possibilities

Illustration by Hunter Smith By Cooper Campbell It’s not just you; affordable housing in Bellingham is hard to find. While the city takes a variety of...

City Council preserves mobile home parks from future redevelopments

A mobile home at Lakeway Mobile Estates will be protected under a new preservation plan proposed by the city. // Photo by Oliver Hamlin By...

Bellingham schools implement breakfast after the bell program

Kindergartener Olivia opens a string cheese provided by the Breakfast in the Classroom program at Carl Cozier Elementary School. // Photo by Hailey Hoffman By...

Samish Way to lose two lanes of traffic if city passes plan

By Cooper Campbell The Urban Village Subarea Plan for Samish Way was a topic of frequent, and at times, heated discussion at the Bellingham City...

15th Annual Global Health Conference Coming To Western

Illustration by Cole Sandhofer By Cooper Campbell For the first time, Western is hosting the 15th Annual Western Regional Global Health Conference. This year’s theme is...

Roadblocks to Resources

In a large, quiet room tucked away in a corner of Old Main sits the disAbility Resources for Students center, a place where almost...

Let’s Talk Sports: Weekend roundup

Week 7 of the NFL season and week 8 of the college football season again proved that football is a crazy, unpredictable game. NFL...
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Local roller derby league leaves the bruises at home and rolls with the pandemic.

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