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16 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office lists the following people as being booked into the Whatcom County Jail.
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21 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
A man wanted in the beating death of Ike P. Scarborough over the weekend turned himself into police early Tuesday morning, Dec. 17, Bellingham Police said.
22 hrs ago | Bellingham Herald
"The Wutcraker," a holiday parody written and directed by Drue Robinson, will be performed at 7 p.m. Dec. 19-21 and 2 p.m. Dec. 22, 2013 at Bellingham High School 20020 Cornwall Ave. What the heck are Booger Flung Scaries? Will Clara defeat the Rat King? Are a saltine cracker and a piece of lonely cheddar cheese really going to save the ... (more)
City Council voted 4-3 late Monday evening, Dec. 16 to approve a new deal with Whatcom County on a joint emergency medical services system.
A shooting this weekend at a home in the Peaceful Valley area appears to be a targeted attack, according to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office.
On behalf of Whatcom County Fire District 4 we would like to thank our taxpayers for their vote in passing our recent Emergency Medical Services levy.
KENDALL — A shooting in the Peaceful Valley area late Saturday, Dec. 14, left one man in critical condition at St. Joseph hospital.
I am writing in support of Ferndale School District's bond issue to build a desperately needed "new" Ferndale High School.
Steelhead fishing season has begun in earnest here with the first of the hatchery winter-runs arriving at a number of Northwest Washington hatcheries.
The charity helps low-income Whatcom County residents with rental housing through the Opportunity Council and with medical prescriptions through Interfaith Community Health Center.
Volunteers with Habitat's Women Build program will build the house on Leeside Drive in Birch Bay with future owners Julio and Juana Ortiz, who will move in with their four children when it's done.
The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office and the FBI are reinvigorating efforts to solve the killing of Carol Greene, a high school counselor, in Dec. 1983.
Authorities suspect an arsonist set fire to a vacant 12-by-14-foot cabin late Thursday, Dec. 12, west of Lynden, almost killing a man sleeping next door.
Participants in a snowshoeing class follow David Bean,a Whatcom County Parks and Recreation program coordinator, out on a short hike on Mount Baker near the ski area in this 2007 photo.