James King is resigning as Director of Bellingham Parks and Recreation effective October 16 - two weeks from now. NWCitizen has confirmed that he is leaving after we received a copy [...]
Guest writer Eric Hirst is retired to Bellingham and enjoys using his professional abilities to benefit our community. He has a doctorate from Stanford and spent his professional career doing [...]
Update Wed, May 13 at 5 pm
That was easy. The above map shows the final 7 mile mountain bike leg of the Ski to Sea race. The race organization was easily able [...]
Whatcom County has been an innovator in the realm of unintentional political comedy, tonight, I am aiming to do it on purpose for once.
Tonight at 6pm at votejoy.varvid.[...]
Too funny to ignore. Checking news web sites in the hour after the Seahawks win shows only the British and the online Seattle PI willing to point out the elephant [...]
Boulevard Park on the Bellingham city waterfront is again open to the public. The construction fences are down and the paths are again accessable to all. And the new artificial [...]
Update July 2, 9 am: I will post more on Wednesday about the 6-1 approval to spend Greenways money. I have not yet listened to the council discussion, and Gene's angry [...]
O.K. Folks, I just heard about this and it sounds good to me. I've known Jeremy for a long time, but I'm not sure who all else [...]
Just because it is so tempting, here is a break from heavy local politics.
I'm from Green Bay, born and raised there, and am still a Packer fan. Even [...]
Yesterday the New York Times came out with an article about the avalanche at Stevens Pass last February that killed three backcountry skiiers. The Tunnel Creek tragedy. A group of [...]