The first time Wren Grojean baked bread, it was tough, muddy and over-proofed. There were no air bubbles in it and it was far from edible.
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Erica Bandy was excited. She matched with a guy on Tinder who shared the same taste in music as her and they agreed to get tested for COVID-19 before going on a walk around downtown. The date was a different story.
Film is still being discovered in brick and mortar stores, where curiosity drives exploration of new titles across shelves — just ask Juliette Burchfield.
Boating season in Whatcom County began April 24, with boat check stations opening at Lake Samish, Bloedel Donovan Park and Sudden Valley Marina, according to the City of Bellingham website. The Lake Whatcom South Bay station opened on May 2.
A man sat unresponsive with his face down at a table at Casa Que Pasa — he'd been there for over five hours, and Tina Prekaski, an employee, said staff's attempts to rouse him came up short.
Bellingham Public Library is set to open the doors of its Central branch in late spring, after a remodel of its main floor.
The Underground nightclub opened its doors on Friday, April 2, after over a year in hibernation.
Sixty-seven positive cases, including both on-campus and off-campus students, have been linked to an ongoing COVID-19 surge among Western students, according to a Western Alert sent out Thursday, April 1.