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Sarah Frazier, 4, of Mount Vernon plays with a spinning wheel as she waits for her family to pick out felt for needle felting Jan. 30, 2011 at NW Handspun Yarns, 1401 Commercial St. in Bellingham.
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The Olympia City Council voted unanimously Tuesday night to pass a resolution opposing the construction of coal export facilities in the Northwest.
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New York's Central Park provides the fixings for much of her larder, which includes wines, pickles, jams and jellies made from flavorful weeds.
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On a 2-1 vote, Port of Bellingham commissioners have approved a complex real estate transaction aimed at providing Western Washington University with a six-acre chunk of waterfront property for future development.
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Bellingham police are looking for help locating a 66-year-old man who went missing from his home last week in the 1200 block of West Racine Street.
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On June 3 the Bellingham City Council voted on a personal fireworks ban which would make possession and use of fireworks in Bellingham illegal.
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After years of making do, the Whatcom Humane Society opens the doors of its new $2.6 million shelter Wednesday, June 19. "To say it's a long overdue project would be an understatement," said Laura Clark, executive director for Whatcom Humane Society.
City Council is ready to take another look at proposals to set up a system to license and inspect apartments and rental houses in 2014.
Richard Van As, a South African carpenter who lost a portion of his hand in an accident, assembles a Robohand and fits it to Liam Dippenaar.
Inslee and Transportation Secretary Lynn Peterson visited the site Tuesday to see what progress crews have made since a section of the bridge collapsed on May 23 after it was struck by a truck with an oversize load.
The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers has decided on a limited review of environmental effects for a proposed coal port at Bellingham.
The Obama administration is apparently ready to declare some kind of victory in its war on gun rights , and today Vice President Joe Biden will be offering a progress report, according to Mediaite and Buzz Feed , while the mainstream press seems silent on the situation.
A coal port's economic benefits are being underestimated, according to a Western Washington U. professor's report commissioned by the Washington Farm Bureau.
I'm a pie fool which isn't the same thing as being a fool for pie. Julie Klausner recently pointed out in her podcast that Jews are cake people, Christians are pie people.
The Public Development Authority's plan for a major development to link downtown, Old Town and a redeveloping central waterfront is moving forward, City Council was told Monday, June 17. Authority Executive Director Jim Long said five property owners have signed non-binding letters of intent with the Public Development Authority, expressing ... (more)
A woman at a Father's Day barbecue near Ferndale was hit in the chest by a stray bullet fired by shooters more than half-mile away.
A Bellingham man has been arrested on suspicion of briefly kidnapping a 5-year-old girl on Saturday, June 15. Police believe the girl went with Matthew Barclay Pemberton, 35, because he offered her candy and a trip to the park.