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Bellingham, Washington is located in Whatcom County. Zip codes in Bellingham, WA include 98228, 98227, and 98225. The median home price in Bellingham is $269,900 which is roughly $174/per square foot. More Bellingham information.

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3 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

Church property in Bellingham could be used for student apartments

A church-owned site on three acres at the edge of downtown is being touted as a good place for a large, privately developed housing project for college students.

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8 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald

'Bellingham 2.0' night will look at city's future

Pecha Kucha Night is a presentation event that celebrates community, creativity and inspiring ideas.

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Wed Apr 16, 2014

Seattle Post-Intelligencer

Conservative media bash WWU president's call for diverse student body

The president of Western Washington University is under fire from conservative media for bluntly saying that WWU will have "failed as a university" if its faculty and student body "are as white in 10 years as we are today."

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham resident lands on national game show

Bellingham resident Adam Engst, left, who works as legal council at Bellingham-based Saturna Capital, is being featured on the game show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" that airs Wednesday, April 16, and Thursday, April 17 at 5 p.m. on KONG TV, which is on channel 6 or 16 for most cable and satellite subscribers in Whatcom County.

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham resident Adam Engst, left, who works as legal council at...

Bellingham resident Adam Engst, left, who works as legal council at Bellingham-based Saturna Capital, is being featured on the game show "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" that airs Wednesday, April 16, and Thursday, April 17 at 5 p.m. on KONG TV, which is on channel 6 or 16 for most cable and satellite subscribers in Whatcom County.

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Peninsula Daily News

Filmmaker and Peninsula native tells of love and basketball with film ...

John Dahlgren, left, and Kasey Ulin, Forks natives who shot a documentary film, pause in Bertange, Luxembourg, following an interview.

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The Olympian

Public hearing set to weigh levy lid lift for Lacey Fire District

Lacey firefighter Jess Moore deploys a line of fire hose June 12th during a fire training session as Chris Sharp, a Bellingham firefighter himself and videographer, produces a training video for the dept.

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Bellingham Herald

Flutist Peter Ali to perform and share stories at Village Books in Bellingham

Native American flutist Peter Ali shares stories about his music from his CD, "Sounds of the Indigenous Flute," intermixed with performances of his original songs, in a free event at 7 p.m. Saturday, April 19, 2014 at Village Books, 1200 11th St. in Bellingham.

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Bellingham Herald

Comment sought on next phase of pipeline cleanup in Laurel area

The Washington Department of Ecology is seeking public comment on the next phase of oil-contaminated soil cleanup at Trans Mountain Pipeline's Laurel Station pumping facility in Whatcom County about four miles north of Bellingham.

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Tue Apr 15, 2014

Bellingham Herald

Port meetings to be live-streamed beginning in May

At their Tuesday, April 15 meeting, port commissioners unanimously approved an agreement with Spinner LLC of Bellingham to provide a live webcast of the twice-a-month port meetings via the port's website.

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham's Trans-Ocean hires president, vice president

Trans-Ocean Products Inc., a surimi seafood producer based in Bellingham, has named Murry R. Park president and Itaru Kawada executive vice president.

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham man sentenced for near-repeat of police chase that killed deputy in 2001

A Bellingham man must spend the next nine years in prison for a high-speed car chase and armed standoff near Lake Samish, a Superior Court judge ruled Tuesday, April 15. Adrian G. Sassen Van Elsloo's name has been infamous among local police since the night of Sept.

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Bellingham Herald

Whatcom Community College exemplifies community-based higher education

During April the nation celebrates Community College Month, and there is much to celebrate.

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham Denny's to reopen April 16

With the finishing touches being done on a major remodel, the Bellingham Denny's is expected to be ready for the breakfast crowd on Wednesday, April 16. The restaurant on the corner of Meridian Street and Telegraph Road has been closed for eight days to completely renovate the customer area.

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Bellingham Herald

The former Black Angus restaurant on Samish Way in Bellingham, April 14, 2014.

Major redevelopment plans are in the works for the former Black Angus building and the Shell gas station on Samish Way.

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Bellingham Herald

Whatcom Tea Party hosts ex-auditor, eschews rally, for Tax Day

Along with death and taxes came the certainty of the tea party holding a rally along a busy city street around April 15th, not so affectionately known as "Tax Day."

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Mon Apr 14, 2014

Bellingham Herald

Bellingham's Lakeway Inn to undergo major renovation

A longtime Bellingham hotel soon will begin a multimillion-dollar renovation that should give it more of a Northwest look.

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham drug ring leader stripped of life of luxury, heads to prison

A Bellingham man must serve five years in prison after federal agents caught him spending drug money on a fleet of luxury cars, boats, personal watercraft, motorcycles and snowmobiles, a U.S. District Court judge ruled Monday, April 14. Out of the eight defendants in the case, Scott Johnson, 48, reaped the most benefits from a drug-running ring ... (more)

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Bellingham Herald

Chief of Staff performs for Bellingham Music Club's "Night Beat"

A cappella group Chief of Staff performs at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 17, 2015 at the Firehouse Performing Arts Center, 1314 Harris Ave. in Bellingham.

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Bellingham Herald

Bellingham Jimmy John's donating profits to Oso families on Wednesday

Jimmy John's sandwich shops across the greater Puget Sound, including the Bellingham location, will be donating all profits Wednesday, April 16, to families affected by the March 22 Oso landslide.

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