Protesters wave signs at Squalicum High School in October 2012 during a meeting about what needs to be included in an environmental impact study for the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal. The report is now expected in late 2016.
Protesters wave signs at Squalicum High School in October 2012 during a meeting about what needs to be included in an environmental impact study for the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal. The report is now expected in late 2016. File THE BELLINGHAM HERALD
Protesters wave signs at Squalicum High School in October 2012 during a meeting about what needs to be included in an environmental impact study for the proposed Gateway Pacific Terminal. The report is now expected in late 2016. File THE BELLINGHAM HERALD

What’s happening in Whatcom County for Nov. 12

November 12, 2015 11:09 AM

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  • These men answered ads for child sex. They got arrested instead.

    At least 19 men in Whatcom and Skagit counties were caught in a sting operation this month that targeted internet predators attempting to solicit sexual contact with minors - part of the Washington State Patrol's ongoing "Net Nanny" operation.