Our Bellingham Bells baseball team has again chosen to enhance the money making aspect of their games over the well-being of our most vulnerable populations, both human and animal, by [...]
In March 2018, Gov. Jay Inslee issued an executive order that directed state agencies to take “immediate” action to help the critically-endangered Southern Resident orcas and formed a nearly 50-member Southern [...]
Lisa Anderson has announced her candidacy for the Ward 5 City Council seat held by long-time City Council member Terry Bornemann who will retire at the end of 2019. (see press release [...]
The grocery store cashier rings up the final item and provides the total to pay. Then comes the question, “Would you like to round that up for such and such [...]
You see them all over town now. First, it was one or two, and then a creeping infection in the city of Bellingham, an infection of ugly, sometimes small and [...]
Congratulations! Bellingham has just produced another survey of homeowners and seniors. What is wrong with this picture?
Two years ago I wrote an article here entitled, “The Bellingham Residential Survey [...]
A budget proviso in the current state budget has provided funds for the development of a business plan for an eventual Washington state public bank. The business plan is due [...]
Reading Ralph Schwartz’s fine article about the selection process in Mount Vernon on February 5 to appoint Liz Lovelett to the state Senate, Ralph notes the antics of Rud Browne. [...]
Anacortes City Council member Liz Lovelett was sworn in late Tuesday, Feb. 5, as Washington state’s newest senator, to represent the 40th Legislative District.
Members of the San Juan and [...]
If Bellingham Public Schools (hereafter noted as BPS) goes forward with plans to renovate its bus barn and storage facility, it will automatically foreclose on any option this community might [...]