Bellingham Bells - Firework Effects Are The Public’s Problem
The Bells baseball team again chooses fireworks over the welfare of pets, vets, the psychologically fragile, and wildlife.
If you enjoy the content you find here, please consider donating to support our continued efforts to bring you the best news and opinion articles we can. We hope you like the recent update to NWCitizen, and look forward to bringing you more insight into local politics and issues in 2017.
Click the ad to the left for full information on placing an ad on Northwest Citizen.
In honor of World Press Freedom Day, Northwest Citizen is hosting a Whatcom Journalist Meet Up on Friday, May 3rd, 2019 from 4:30pm-6pm at Wander Brewing (1807 Dean Ave, Bellingham). We welcome all journalists, citizen and professional, volunteer and paid, and anyone who is working to inform the public about matters of civic interest, to join us for a beer and conversation. Let’s celebrate the successes of local journalism and meet some of the faces behind the by-lines.
This event will be in lieu of the annual Paul deArmond Citizen Journalism Award this year, which we plan to resume in 2020.
For questions and more information, please call Riley Sweeney at (360) 441-4191.
Tom and Naomi Trailbush are Stoney Point Seafoods of Blaine. Tom heads to Alaska each summer and fishes for the incredible Alaska Spot Shrimp. He flash freezes them on his boat to insure the finest taste and healthy eating by his customers. Back in Bellingham in November, Tom and Naomi sell the shrimp to local Bellingham area restaurants and individuals who value the finest in wild tasty shrimp. Many folks in Bellingham remember Tom and Naomi from their Fairhaven Pizza shop where they offered these shrimp as special dishes. To order, call or email them. But do not delay too long as they sell out before the winter is over.