United States Border Patrol agents visited Western Washington University’s campus on Feb. 9 to participate in the Career and Internship Fair.
After three years in partnership with the Whatcom Mountain Bike Coalition, the City of Bellingham is moving forward with plans for a bike pump track and permanent restroom in Birchwood Park.
The often competing interests of the Department of Natural Resources and environmental activists have set the stage for some of the most dramatic conflicts in the sphere of environmental protest. A majority of timber sales don’t receive local or even global attention.
Long-time employee Erika Millage has taken over ownership of Third Plant Boutique, an inclusive and eclectic shop that sells a variety of jewelry, clothing and gifts, making them among the several queer, women and employee-owned businesses in downtown Bellingham.
New York Times best-selling author Jess Walter talks about his book “The Cold Millions” after visit to BellinghamBy Mathew Callaghan | March 14
Bellingham book lovers, union enthusiasts and fans of early 20th century history had a lot to look forward to when author Jess Walter visited Whatcom County to showcase his book, “The Cold Millions.”
Kitty Obsidian took home first place at the Sounds of the Underground finale on Wednesday, March 1, setting themselves up to open at Western Washington University’s annual Lawnstock festival.
Sweet as Waffles, a sweet and savory waffle joint currently run out of a converted trailer located at Stemma Brewery, is opening its new brick-and-mortar in downtown Bellingham.
Nora Selander is the new director of the Office of Government Relations at Western Washington University. This office works with elected officials in the state and federal government to promote and pursue policy objectives related to Western and its students and faculty.
Living off campus brings up many challenges for students, and finding compatible roommates is one of the biggest.
Last month, the Washington State Department of Health lifted several of its beach closures in Whatcom County. Warnings that had restricted the harvesting of all types of clams lessened to only restrict the collection of butter and varnish clams.
Multi-factor authentication became a requirement for Western Washington University accounts on Tuesday, Jan. 31. Often referred to as MFA, multi-factor authentication requires users to confirm their identity through multiple methods when signing in to an online account, protecting it from online scams or attempts to steal personal information.
Inside Western Washington University's crowded Wade King Student Recreation Center, competitors from across the Pacific Northwest gathered around the climbing wall to watch each other tackle over 80 unique routes created by the rec center climbing staff.
Natural gas supplied to Western Washington University through the Sumas Terminal experienced an unexpected rate increase in January going from $8.00/MMBtu (million British thermal units) to $45.25/MMBtu according to Amanda Cambre, the sustainability director at Western.
The Viking Commons brimmed with energy and noise as community members from across Whatcom County and beyond gathered together around a free breakfast to celebrate the life and legacy of Reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Monday.
Turning the corner of the fourth floor of Western Washington University’s Viking Union on the night of Jan. 12, cheering, words of encouragement and music fill the hall outside room 464. Here, the burlesque club is learning the choreography for “Partition” by Beyonce.