Posted by Jim Donaldson on December 9, 2013
A water feature built at a south Lake Whatcom home became an ice sculpture when temperatures dropped below freezing this past week.
Herald reader Tony Kesslau sent a photo taken Thursday, Dec. 5 of a frozen waterfall at a home at the south end of Lake Whatcom.
The frozen waterfall, built by Kesslau Construction of Bellingham and Turnstone Construction of Seattle, does not typically create any problems for the homeowner because the water shuts offs when it freezes, according to Kesslau.
Posted on November 27, 2013
Technicians climbed the Space Needle on Wednesday, Nov. 27 to hook up lights for Seattle's highest holiday tree.
Posted by JIM DONALDSON on October 30, 2013
If you use an iPhone app to access the latest news, business and sports stories from The Bellingham Herald, we have upgraded our app to comply with the most recent Apple update, iOS 7.0.3.
Posted by JIM DONALDSON on October 24, 2013
If you use an iPhone app to access the latest news, business and sports stories from The Bellingham Herald, please be advised that a recent Apple update is temporarily incompatible with our app, causing the app to either crash or lock up.
Posted by JIM DONALDSON on October 21, 2013
The National Weather Service has designated Oct. 20-26 as Winter Weather Awareness Week in the Pacific Northwest, including the states of Washington, Oregon and Idaho.
Posted by JIM DONALDSON on October 11, 2013
This wily fisherman put a GoPro camera in a crab pot, then dropped it into 60 feet of water off Birch Bay. The time lapse, posted Oct. 7, shows how voracious crab can be for a fish carcass.
Posted by JIM DONALDSON on October 10, 2013
Bellingham parks officials will hold the first of three public meetings on their plans for Cornwall Beach Park - and a second boardwalk over Bellingham Bay - on Wednesday, Oct. 16.