What is the problem? Why are the Sunnyland neighbors unhappy with the outcome of the recent City Council decision that calls for single- family zoning for the DOT property? Here&[...]
Theo Bickel guest writes this article. He is a recent Political Science graduate from WWU.
When discussing rental code enforcement, you may think it's a dispute between tenants and [...]
Guest writer Judith Green is a resident of the Sunnyland Neighborhood of Bellingham.
In March, 2012, Northwest Citizen published an article by guest writer Mike Rostron titled, Sunnyland Neighborhood Asks for [...]
Great News!! According to Bellingham’s 2013 Safe Drinking Water Act annual water quality report, “Bellingham's water is very clean.”
Sure, “unregulated contaminants of concern” (vanadium, stontium, hexavalent chromium, [...]
Too funny to ignore. Checking news web sites in the hour after the Seahawks win shows only the British and the online Seattle PI willing to point out the elephant [...]
Publisher note: Guest writer Barbara Perry brings to our notice a public need in Bellingham. During this Christmas and holiday season, we might reflect on how we as a community [...]
It is called the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act (short form: “Obamacare”). As with most laws nowadays, you can be sure that the effect of the law [...]
Writer's Note: Hello everyone, Riley Sweeney here from The Political Junkie. You can find more of my writing over at my site but I wanted to share this piece [...]
Editor's Note: Nancy Welch wrote this article in 2006, and, in light of the current controversies surrounding the Susan G. Komen Foundation, she has updated it for the Northwest Citizen. [...]
Bob Ferris of Re-Sources in Bellingham provides this perspective on our community.
Some cities celebrate giant balls of string or humongous potatoes as part and parcel of their beings. In [...]