9 hrs ago
Minot Daily News
Back in backs
Paul Pearson, the son of former long-time Minot chiropractor Scot Pearson, has returned to the city he grew up in to open up his own clinic with his wife, Devanni Pearson.
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23 hrs ago
The Macon Telegraph
Natural asbestos problem 'falls in the cracks'
Prolonged exposure to the substance found inside the rocks has been shown to cause lung cancer, and investigators recommended in a draft report that signs be posted "alerting people to the dangers of asbestos exposure."
Are Whatcom County workers underpaid compared to elsewhere?
Fisherman Nick Meyer lifts a Dungeness crab pot onto a stack at Squalicum Harbor on Dec. 4, 2012 in Bellingham.
Sat Jul 12, 2014
Ennen brothers living wakeboarding dream, open Bow Lake cable park
Scenes from the grand opening of the of the Permacation Cable Park Sunday, June 29, 2014 on Bow Lake in Alger.
Fri Jul 11, 2014
Week in oil train news: Evacuation zones for Whatcom County and more
A new site called blast-zone.org released an interactive map that allows you to see if your house, school, workplace, favorite store, etc.
Hot stuff: Volcanoes populate Ryan Molenkamp exhibition
Volcanoes have fascinated Northwest Coast artist Ryan Molenkamp since Mount St. Helens erupted when he was a small boy in 1980, frightening and amazing him.
Thu Jul 10, 2014
Summer science course helps bridge generation gap
Katie Barry, 10, shares her drawing of a jellyfish and a sea horse with grandmother Vickie Cordell on Thursday at the Poulsbo Marine Science Center.
Wed Jul 09, 2014
Western names three local students as outstanding graduates
Western Washington University recently named its Outstanding 2014 Graduates, and three graduate d from Edmonds-area high schools .
New faces this fall at LWSD schools and district offices
When Lake Washington School District schools open Sept. 2, there will be a number of new faces, including five new principals, two transfers and six new associate principals.
Tue Jul 08, 2014
Annual Deloria Symposium starts Thursday at Northwest Indian College
Tribal governance and climate change will be among the topics discussed during Northwest Indian College's ninth-annual Vine Deloria Jr. Indigenous Studies Symposium Thursday, July 10, to Saturday, July 12. Registration costs $150, which includes continental breakfasts and lunches for every day of the symposium as well as a salmon dinner Friday ... (more)
Survey indicates improving job market for WWU graduates
Commencement services for graduating Western Washington University students in Carver Gymnasium at Western Washington University on Saturday morning June 14, 2014, in Bellingham, Wash.
Mon Jul 07, 2014
Governor appoints Black Hills graduate as WWU student trustee
Carly Roberts, a 2010 graduate from Black Hills High School in Tumwater, has been appointed student trustee at Western Washington University.
Sat Jul 05, 2014
Bayview grave marker quietly reveals nature of poet laureate Ella Higginson
City of Bellingham parks department enterprise coordinator Marcia Wazny, holds a photo of Northwest poet and writer Ella Higginson at the Higginson family plot at Bayview Cemetery in Bellingham March 9, 2010.
Semi-staged opera among highlights of Bellingham Festival of Music
Cuban American operatic soprano Lisette Oropesa will appear in Mozart's 1782 opera, "The Abduction from the Seraglio" at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, July 12, 2014 at the Performing Arts Center Main Stage at Western Washington University.
Thu Jul 03, 2014
Methow Valley News Home Page
News adds two staff members
Rebecca Walker is the newspaper's new office manager, replacing Marilyn Bardin, who retired.
Wed Jul 02, 2014
WWU students perform 'commedia' in Maritime Heritage Park
Western Washington University theater students enrolled in the summer advanced acting topics course taught by Rich Brown will perform "commedia" at 7 p.m. Thursday through Saturday, July 3-5, at Maritime Heritage Park, 514 W. Holly St. Commedia are masked comic and highly physical performances that originate from the Italian Renaissance and ... (more)
From jam sessions at Western to a national tour: A Seattle electronic music phenomenon
Seattle electronic duo ODESZA started as a Western Washington University mash-up, but has topped the charts and toured internationally with a little help from the internet.
Sun Jun 29, 2014
Bellingham Festival of Music opens July 5
Guitarist Pablo Villegas is among the performers scheduled to appear during The Bellingham Festival of Music, which runs Saturday, July 5, through July 20, 2014 with most concerts at Western Washington University's Performing Arts Center.
Fri Jun 27, 2014
The News Tribune
Time running out for McCleary family to benefit from their own case
Stephanie McCleary, right, a Chimacum School District employee, and 15-year-old son Carter, who will be a sophomore at Chimacum High School this fall, are plaintiffs in an ongoing lawsuit against the state.
Everett woman tackles bias in all shapes and sizes
Jordan Richardson, a Mariner High alumna, was honored as a Presidential Scholar at Western Washington University's recent graduation.