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Fossil-fuel loving climate-change deniers—including Doug Ericksen—who have taken over the federal government are seriously endangering our nation and planet.5 comments, most recent 10 hours ago
Not the first Hansen/Lakeway Realty rental to burn. It ought to be the last.27 comments, most recent 1 week ago
Truckers are protesting in three states - and the news media is pretending it is not happening.
By presidential and governor proclamations, flags were lowered to half-staff today in respect for those murdered and wounded in Las Vegas last night.13 comments, most recent 1 week ago
There is a myth in Bellingham that the city can build or zone its way into affordable housing but they are not in control…at all.8 comments, most recent 2 weeks ago
The WWU alumni are planning an event with fireworks from atop the Herald Building without regard to animals, humans or the environment.1 comment, most recent 1 week ago
Numbers: construction costs, bond interest costs, annual county costs, and more - all by a qualified CPA who has studied this issue for months.7 comments, most recent 2 weeks ago
And several good reasons why you should.2 comments, most recent 6 days ago
CNN interviews Darell Hillaire of the Lummi Nation about the Salmon Emergency, Rosalinda Guillen about the Detention Center hunger strike and Satpal Sidhu about the Arch of Healing
Cascadia News Now interviews Mayor Linville about Pickett Bridge, hate crimes in Whatcom, homelessness and updates on the Sarbandan farmworkers1 comment, most recent 1 month ago
Candidates gave back a donation and did not seek the party’s endorsement.1 comment, most recent 1 month ago
There is more to the history of the Pickett Bridge4 comments, most recent 1 month ago
How city franchises threaten net neutrality and affordable internet3 comments, most recent 1 month ago
Affordable housing is one part of a housing trilemma: housing cost, economic strength, and quality of life.5 comments, most recent 2 weeks ago
Cascadia News Now explores the death of 28 year old farmworker Honesto Silva Ibarra, fresh perspectives on the Jail proposal, and interviews Rep. Rick Larsen.
IN praise of the sheer propagatory genius of the Himalayan blackberry.
The “Alt Right” movement must be condemned for its murderous actions in Charlottesville, Virginia. Their movement is not about “free speech.” Could it happen here? Yes, it has.3 comments, most recent 1 month ago
In the confusing transition from 3 to 5 Whatcom County districts, a question arises: Who is eligible to replace Todd Donovan if he wins this fall and switches seats?5 comments, most recent 2 months ago
Cascadia News Now digs into the Primary Election Results, our state budget woes, BC fires and the cancelling of “The Joe Show”
Honesto Silva Ibarra died while toiling in Whatcom County berry fields. The Herald does not report it. The Weekly does. Oh, and Margaret Bikman is let go by the Herald.2 comments, most recent 2 months ago