Saturday Apr 12
Geologist: Ancient Whatcom County slides dwarf the Oso disaster
Geologist Don Easterbrook scoffed when he heard news reports that called the Oso slide on the Stillaguamish River the biggest in the United States.
Best Bets: 'Monsters!' at IDiOM with band, but no dialogue
Northwest Passage Theater Lab presents "Monsters!" a new show devised and performed by Glenn Hergenhahn-Zhao, Ian Bivins, Chris Coombs, Shu-Ling Hergenhahn-Zhao, Tera Contezac, Jeff Braswell and Cass Murphy, Friday through Saturday, April 10-12, 2014 at iDiOM Theater, 1418 Cornwall Ave. in Bellingham.
Water districts want 'planning unit' in charge of Whatcom water policy
Since 1998, Whatcom County has operated under the Watershed Planning Act. This statute allows local areas to evaluate their own water situations and set goals and objectives for water management through local watershed plans.
Bureaucracy, inefficiency hinder Whatcom watershed planning group
Skip Richards represents the non-government water usage systems at the water resources planning meeting at the Whatcom County Civic Center Annex, Wednesday, March 26, 2014.
Best Bets: Bellingham High students present classical music concert
Bellingham High School senior Hannie McGarity, who plays violin, will join some musical friends at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 25, 2014 at Broadway Hall, 1300 Broadway, in a classical concert to benefit the Bellingham High School Orchestra program.
Winter fishing contests nearing conclusion
With spring's official arrival, there are now a little more than five weeks remaining in the 2013-14 Puget Sound winter blackmouth fishing season, and the saltwater angling competitions are winding down.
Concerned terminal harms community
A recent letter to The Herald supported the purchase of a four-acre park site on Birch Bay Drive.