2 hrs ago
Northwest Tribe Opposes Coal Terminal, But How Hard Will They Fight It?
Tribal treaty fishing rights give Washington tribes the opportunity to weigh in on, and even block, projects that could impact their fishing grounds.
6 hrs ago
The Paperboys are coming to Bellingham's Wild Buffalo
The Paperboys, from Vancouver, B.C., will play an early show, at 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 7, 2013 at The Wild Buffalo, 208 W. Holly St. The Paperboys are a Canadian folk music band from Vancouver that formed in 1991.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
State gets 23 new marijuana applications from Whatcom County
Three more applications for marijuana retailers in Whatcom County were filed in the last week, including one in Point Roberts and another along Guide Meridian north of Bellingham.
Prep work helped keep ice at bay on Whatcom County roads
Whatcom County Public Works crews braced for nasty weather Monday night, Dec. 2, and although it was cold and windy, it wasn't nearly as bad as they expected.
Washington State Growers Roll The Dice On New Pot Licenses
Washington is the second state to adopt rules for the recreational sale of marijuana.
Coal Exporter Disturbed Native American Burial Site Near Bellingham
Lummi tribal council member Jay Julius points to an area of Cherry Point that was disturbed by Pacific International Terminals.
Chuckanut Brewery sending its head brewer back to school in Germany
Chuckanut Brewery's head brewer, Bryan Cardwell, is going back to school. The brewery will host a special Brewers Night and Bon Voyage Party at the Copper Hog in Bellingham on Thursday, December 12. Bryan will travel to Berlin, Germany to attend a six-month intensive course at the VLB .
Mon Dec 02, 2013
Rave: Happy with new roundabout
Rave to the City of Bellingham and Ram Construction for the Boulevard Street roundabout.
Police: Bellingham robbery suspect arrested prowling cars in Santa hat
A Bellingham teen with a warrant for armed robbery was arrested this weekend prowling cars while wearing a red-and-white Santa hat, according to police.
The deep freeze, some snow heading our
There may be some snow, though little accumulation is expected in the lowlands. And there will be gusty winds and wind chills near zero Monday around Bellingham.
Abundance Swap Tuesday in Bellingham
The third annual Abundance Swap, a kind of bartering garage sale for new or gently used items, is 6:30 to 8 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 3, at Bellingham Unitarian Fellowship, 1207 Ellsworth St. near H Street in the Lettered Streets neighborhood.
Christian Science Monitor
Tomato carrot soup
Substitute water for chicken stock for a vegetarian version of this soup, and leave out the heavy cream to go vegan or dairy-free.
Moving Bellingham city employees to Federal Building to cost $2 million
About 40 city employees will be at work in the Federal Building at Cornwall Avenue and Magnolia Street by the end of 2014, after the building's interior gets about $2 million worth of upgrades.
Members of The Church at Bakerview aid Hope House
Members of The Church at Bakerview in Bellingham scrape and paint the outside of Hope House, a ministry that helps out single moms, their children and homeless people.
Sun Dec 01, 2013
The News Tribune
Artist's orbs brighten rain gardens on Tacoma's Pacific Avenue
Artist Elizabeth Conner installs a temporary plug Nov. 27 before the final finish of her "Green Flash" art piece in the rain garden on Pacific Avenue in downtown Tacoma.
Road work: Work continues near Wharf Street roundabout
Flagger Dayna VanWeerdhuizen let's traffic through as construction crews work on finishing the round about on North State St. Tuesday, Oct. 8, 2013 in Bellingham.
Plan, spend now to ready for climate
Trendy Seattle must add a new word to its progressive vocabulary: resilience. In a time of severe storms and evident climate change, prudent investments are being made around the country in public infrastructure - roads and bridges, traffic lights and storm drains - that learn from horrific weather events and anticipate rising sea levels.
Civic Agenda: Bellingham exhibition highlights why frozen landscapes matter
"Adelies, 2008," an oil-on-wood piece by Alexis Rockman, is part of the "Vanishing Ice" exhibit at Whatcom Museum Lightcatcher, running through March 2. Just in time for the holidays we are hosting a beautiful, wintry, glittery art exhibition that carries an important message about our planet's majestic frozen landscapes.
Bellingham pilot project encourages parents to immunize their children
Bellingham mom Kathy Hennessy has joined the Immunity Community - a pilot project to encourage parents to vaccinate their children in a county where the vaccine exemption rate for kindergarteners is among the highest in the state.
Sat Nov 30, 2013
Big third period powers Blazers to win
The Bellingham Blazers exploded for four third-period goals to notch a 5-1 win over the Tri-Cities Outlaws on Friday, Nov. 29, at the Bellingham Sportsplex.