Deputies prepare minimum-security inmates for transport next to the recreation area at Whatcom County Jail’s Interim Work Center on Tuesday, June 30, in Bellingham. The inmates were taken to Whatcom County Jail to work in the kitchen. The work center was built and is operated with money from a 2004 sales tax increase.
Deputies prepare minimum-security inmates for transport next to the recreation area at Whatcom County Jail’s Interim Work Center on Tuesday, June 30, in Bellingham. The inmates were taken to Whatcom County Jail to work in the kitchen. The work center was built and is operated with money from a 2004 sales tax increase. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald
Deputies prepare minimum-security inmates for transport next to the recreation area at Whatcom County Jail’s Interim Work Center on Tuesday, June 30, in Bellingham. The inmates were taken to Whatcom County Jail to work in the kitchen. The work center was built and is operated with money from a 2004 sales tax increase. Evan Abell The Bellingham Herald

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