Harriett Spanel died yesterday. She was only 77 but had been dealing with some health issues the past few years. She still had the energy and desire for politics.
The Bellingham [...]
“I’m just a lost soul in white skin / Trying to find my way to a new end”
I won’t quit my day job to [...]
Whatcom Citizen guest writes this and is a pseudonym for a few local writers whom we know and respect but who must remain anonymous.
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Guest Writer: Christopher Brown is a U.S. Marine combat veteran of Iraq & Afghanistan and Purple Heart recipient. He is currently pursuing a Masters Degree in Social Work through [...]
Lois Garlick died peacefully in her sleep on June 28 at age 95. She and her husband George, who died several years ago, were awarded the first Environmental Heros award by Re-Sources. [...]
Robyn du Pre` was the real thing. I remember one of the countless port public meetings on the waterfront where she just plain called bullshit on the port for making [...]
Intrepid political blogger Riley Sweeney has been selected to receive the Paul deArmond Citizen Journalism Award for 2014. Riley’s lively blog, on his Sweeney Politics website, is must reading [...]
Posted Nov 9
Howard Harris, lifetime Friend, founder of the Whatcom Peace Vigil at the Federal Building during the Vietnam War, and first recipient of the Howard L. Harris Lifetime Peacemaker [...]
Guest writer, Norbert Rojsza, is the son of Artur and Margaret Rojsza, the owner/builders.
I would like to share with you some observations gathered over the course of the [...]
Sandy Robson guest writes this article. This is her third article on NWCitizen.
In February 2014, I was accused of libel. Craig Cole, the local consultant on the Gateway Pacific Terminal ([...]