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|Photos: Wes Mackey plays Summer Noon Concert
|From alternative to the psychedelic drug scene to an iconic event
The Chuckanut Foot Race has taken many twists and turns throughout its 50-year history. As the oldest foot race in the state, however, it’s a Bellingham staple.
The race will celebrate its 50th anniversary Saturday, July 9. Race director Kelly Krieger said she expects between 500 and 600…
|Programs aim to encourage students interested in health care careers
While the weather outside Toppenish High School on a recent weekday invited traditional summer break activities, the teenagers inside didn’t regret spending their morning and afternoon in class.
Twenty high school-age students were working on 3-D models of saturated and unsaturated fat…
|WTA looking for public input on proposed route changes
|To the PNW, following a passion for jewelry
|Expansive Bellingham waterfront renovation underway
Irish architect John Reid has come all the way to Bellingham, and believes he has found the city's pot of gold.
“It's almost a piece of treasure to find this kind of thing,” he says.
|The future of the Bellingham waterfront
An excavator ripped through the dilapidated annex of the Granary Building along the waterfront last month.
|Photos: Polecat plays Summer Noon Concert
|Can’t find a place to rent? Help may be on the way
Apartment buildings are popping up all over the city, with more on the way.
The reason? Demand remains very high. Many apartments are snatched up within minutes of being listed as available.
In a recent report, the Runstad Center for Real Estate Studies at the University of…
|Why student scholarships are about much more than just the money
“Spread your wings when you retire,” advises Lynne Masland of Bellingham.
She has taken her own recommendation. Since retiring as communications director at Western Washington University, Masland, 75, has written a book about the history of the Bellingham YWCA, published a collection of…