Apparently, Bellingham police are unhappy with criticism stemming from the ongoing wave of cops killing black people.
One Bellingham officer, Michael de Ruiter, penned an op-ed for The Bellingham Herald [...]
“On the Internet, nobody knows you're a dog.”
But they find out quickly enough.
New Yorker cartoonist Peter Steiner captured something true about our virtual reality with this 1993 caption. [...]
The third annual Paul deArmond Citizen Journalism award dinner on Feb. 12 in Bellingham was bigger than ever—a bigger venue, more guests, a higher bar tab and, most notably, not [...]
Whatcom Citizen guest writes this article and is a pseudonym for a local writer whom we know and respect. The writer must remain anonymous, and is not necessarily the same [...]
On July 7, two Bellingham police officers confronted a homeless man with a knife outside a McDonald's restaurant on Bakerview Rd. You can read the Herald article on this incident [...]
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 [...]
Ralph Schwartz and Samantha Wohlfeil offered their “Top 10 Whatcom Political Stories” in 2014. Take a gander at their list, they have some good picks.
In a sign of the [...]
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.[...]
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 ([...]
They knew the Wyoming coal delegation was coming to visit Whatcom County and Cherry Point on Tuesday, June 10. Indeed, both the Bellingham Herald and the Cascadia Weekly were invited to [...]