A native of Bremerton, Dean Kahn was introduced to Bellingham when he attended Western Washington University as an undergraduate. He moved away and returned several times for jobs and other schooling, but came back to the Northwest for good in 1985 when he decided life wasn't the same without Puget Sound over one shoulder and the Cascades over the other. He has stayed put in Bellingham since he joined The Herald in 1986. At The Herald, he has been a reporter, editor and, now, a columnist. He and his wife have two grown children; two dogs; and a cat that wishes the dogs were elsewhere.
A native of Bremerton, Dean Kahn was introduced to Bellingham when he attended Western Washington University as an undergraduate. He moved away and returned several times for jobs and other schooling, but came back to the Northwest for good in 1985 when he decided life wasn't the same without Puget Sound over one shoulder and the Cascades over the other. He has stayed put in Bellingham since he joined The Herald in 1986. At The Herald, he has been a reporter, editor and, now, a columnist. He and his wife have two grown children; two dogs; and a cat that wishes the dogs were elsewhere. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
A native of Bremerton, Dean Kahn was introduced to Bellingham when he attended Western Washington University as an undergraduate. He moved away and returned several times for jobs and other schooling, but came back to the Northwest for good in 1985 when he decided life wasn't the same without Puget Sound over one shoulder and the Cascades over the other. He has stayed put in Bellingham since he joined The Herald in 1986. At The Herald, he has been a reporter, editor and, now, a columnist. He and his wife have two grown children; two dogs; and a cat that wishes the dogs were elsewhere. THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

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