More Videos

Police find three dead at Bellingham home 0:41

Police find three dead at Bellingham home

For Upper Skagit Tribe, fishing is a way of life 1:48

For Upper Skagit Tribe, fishing is a way of life

Search resumes for lost snowboarders near Mt. Baker Ski Area 1:06

Search resumes for lost snowboarders near Mt. Baker Ski Area

Here's how the Section 8 voucher program works 3:45

Here's how the Section 8 voucher program works

Ferndale celebrates U-12 baseball team winning the Cal Ripkin World Series title 2:58

Ferndale celebrates U-12 baseball team winning the Cal Ripkin World Series title

Workers survey scene after Keystone Pipeline leaks 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota 0:45

Workers survey scene after Keystone Pipeline leaks 210,000 gallons of oil in South Dakota

Damage assessment shows aerials of Puerto Rico devastation after Hurricane Maria 11:02

Damage assessment shows aerials of Puerto Rico devastation after Hurricane Maria

Optimize your 'fall back' hour when daylight saving time ends Sunday 1:47

Optimize your 'fall back' hour when daylight saving time ends Sunday

Seahawks and Falcons on Monday Night Football 1:13

Seahawks and Falcons on Monday Night Football

Cascade Christian tailback Tyquan Coleman talks about his team's wild win over Nooksack Valley 0:25

Cascade Christian tailback Tyquan Coleman talks about his team's wild win over Nooksack Valley

  • Sculptor breathes life into Bellingham tree stump

    Bellingham homeowners Paul Barnes and Judy Nasmith decided to have sculptor Tomas Vrba turn a tree stump in their backyard into a sculpture of the "Tree Spirit," a mythological benevolent creature of the forest, Jan 26, 2017.

Sculptor breathes life into Bellingham tree stump

Bellingham homeowners Paul Barnes and Judy Nasmith decided to have sculptor Tomas Vrba turn a tree stump in their backyard into a sculpture of the "Tree Spirit," a mythological benevolent creature of the forest, Jan 26, 2017.
Philip A. Dwyer pdwyer@bhamherald.com