Anne Mackie guest writes this morning’s blog post.
The role of the investigative journalist is to shine a bright light on corruption, expose misuse of power and backroom deals, [...]
Living in a left-leaning state with a top-two primary, liberal voters in Washington sometimes must look for finer shades of distinction between the candidates who make it to the general [...]
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.[...]