He’s organized the Hall of Fame banquet for 8 years, but this time he’s an inductee

This year, Squalicum boys’ basketball coach Dave Dickson is organizing an event that will not only celebrate the career of two close friends and colleagues – Lynden Christian coach Roger De Boer and Lynden coach Brian Roper – but also honor his own 22-year coaching career. All three will be inducted into the Washington Interscholastic Basketball Coaches Hall of Fame on Thursday, July 28, at the Ferndale Events Center.

This week's circulars

In Depth

Clinton somehow needs to get Bernie Sanders’ brigade to embrace her

Will under-30 Sanders supporters show up for Clinton?

Sanders backers want assurance that Clinton won't flip-flop

Sanders voters are crucial in swing states

Videos

Bernie Sanders urges Washington state delegation to keep the faith

Sen. Bernie Sanders surprised the Washington state delegation with a visit to their breakfast at 7:30 a.m. Wednesday morning, July 27. He stopped by the meeting at the Sheraton Hotel at Society Hill to keep delegates “focused on the real issues,” Sanders said, after the Washington delegation may have started the DNC walk-out protest Tuesday evening. The protest was lead by Sanders delegates in response to Hillary Clinton officially receiving the Democratic nomination for president.
Michaela Winberg For The Bellingham Herald
Bernie Sanders urges Washington state delegation to keep the faith 1:15

Bernie Sanders urges Washington state delegation to keep the faith

Bellingham bus driver is national champ 1:56

Bellingham bus driver is national champ

83-year-old accused of hitting husband with cast iron skillet 1:43

83-year-old accused of hitting husband with cast iron skillet

Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to delegates in Philadelphia 1:50

Sen. Bernie Sanders speaks to delegates in Philadelphia

Entertainment

Mt. Baker Rhythm & Blues Festival Comes of Age in Deming

The 21st annual 2016 Mt. Baker Rhythm & Blues Festival rocks Deming Logging Showgrounds July 28-31. The Mt. Baker Rhythm & Blues Festival was founded by Bellingham’s Lloyd Peterson with the mission of showcasing both national acts and up-and-coming musicians in a family-friendly weekend event. The event was voted top Blues Festival in America by the Blues Foundation in 2013 for “keeping the blues alive.”

Bellingham Things To Do