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Climate Chaos, Tipping Points and The Final Buzzer

By Dick ConoboyOn Jan 06, 2019

[The following is a reprint of an article by me recently published in the Whatcom Watch and reproduced on NWCitizen with permission. The original can be found at this link] [...]

Appealing Voodoo Economics Housing Values

By Jon HumphreyOn Jan 02, 2019

Years ago, the first time my property value was raised, I wrote to the assessor about it. The reply I received was essentially a “canned answer.” I pressed and asked [...]

Lincoln and Lakeway - Hazards “Я” Us

By Dick ConoboyOn Dec 14, 2018

Be you a pedestrian, bicyclist or a vehicle driver, the hazards around the intersection of Lincoln St. and Lakeway Dr. abound. Some relate to poor driving practices and others relate [...]

Gene Knutson Not Running for Mayor

By John ServaisOn Dec 12, 2018

This morning, Gene Knutson sent out an announcement to local news media saying he has decided not to run for mayor of Bellingham in 2019. Most local political junkies assumed Gene [...]

Preliminary RF Exposure Tests

By Jon HumphreyOn Dec 04, 2018

Before I start this article, it is important for us to define what the maximum safe exposure limits are for radio frequency (RF) energy, not just in the United States ([...]

Twin Sisters Brewery To End Music…For A Time

By Dick ConoboyOn Nov 16, 2018

Perhaps it is just the cold weather that is shutting things down, but the management of the Twin Sisters brewery announced it will not continue its music venue until they [...]

Noise Enforcement Efforts Failing at Sunnyland Brewery

By Dick ConoboyOn Nov 10, 2018

On the evenings of October 27th and October 31st a total of 18 calls were made to the Bellingham Police Department to complain about the loud music emanating from the Twins [...]

November 5th Existing Network Meeting (COB’s Mansplaining)

By Jon HumphreyOn Nov 07, 2018

Above is a map from an article showing how much money politicians get from big telecoms in general. Why it is a map made at the state level, I think [...]

Election results: Nov 6 General, 2018

By John ServaisOn Nov 06, 2018

Click here for Whatcom County Auditor page. Click here for State Election page. 11 pm Thur, Nov 8 The 42nd District is probably decided. There may be recounts and there is a [...]

Want Justice Reform?  Vote James Erb.

By John ServaisOn Nov 01, 2018

​Bottom line, you don’t elect the heir apparent - the chosen one - if you want change and reform. The world does not work that way. Eric Richey IS [...]

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