Three of the seven charged with three misdemeanor charges each in the No DAPL protest that shut down I5 and allegedly caused an accident in Feb. 2017, appear in Whatcom County Superior Court Friday morning, Feb.16, 2018.
Snow geese flock to rural areas of the western Skagit County lowlands every fall and winter, where they feed on the leavings of crops in harvested fields. Flooded fields around Farm To Market Road offer the best viewing opportunities, as well as Fir Island, a state wildlife area.
Kane and Claudia Hall, who lead a group called Canoe Street, LLC, have purchased the Dutch Village Mall in Lynden for $2.6 million. The mall in downtown Lynden is home to several stores and an iconic 72-foot windmill.
Eric Richey, chief criminal deputy prosecuting attorney, delivers the prosecution's opening statement in the trial of Tyler Ryan on Monday, Feb. 12, in Whatcom County Superior Court in Bellingham. Ryan is accused of raping a teen girl who had been a babysitter for his family. Video was edited for time.
David Allen, defense attorney, delivers the defense's opening statement in the trial of Tyler Ryan on Monday, Feb. 12, in Whatcom County Superior Court in Bellingham. Ryan is accused of raping a teen girl who had been a babysitter for his family. Video was edited for time.
Even with rising home prices in Bellingham, the area continues to attract the attention of Seattle residents, according to Redfin. Here's what some other national websites say about what attracts people to live here.
Drivers navigate a large puddle left by Sunday’s rain at Iowa Street and Monroe Street on Monday, Feb. 5. A flood watch for the swollen Nooksack River has been canceled, but rain showers remain in the forecast for the week ahead across the Whatcom County lowlands.
The Nooksack River has a long history of flooding, including the 1990 flood that did over $21 million in damage. Check out the gallery of photos taken by Bellingham Herald photographers starting in 1983.
The 2018 Pedagogy Winter Olympics on Friday, Feb. 2, at Western Washington University in Bellingham. The games were for two combined physical education methods classes for future physical education teachers taught by Dr. LeaAnn Martin and Dr. Nick Washburn.