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WWU launches largest fundraising campaign in college’s history

Western Washington University publicly launched the largest fundraising campaign in the history of the university on Friday, Oct. 24, one that school...

Old Main on the Western Washington University campus.

Longtime Glacier restaurant to reopen under new ownership

A longtime restaurant is taking a bit of break but is expected to be ready under new ownership by the time skiers head up to the Mt. Baker Ski Area.

With library moving, Ferndale officials to talk about next uses for Pioneer Pavilion

Building was temporary location for Ferndale Public Library.


Retail Tipsheet: New dog wash store now open in downtown Bellingham

At Shake & Shine, dog owners can give canines a bath or shower, but staff is also available to do the dirty work.

Norman the dog shakes water on his owner, Kim Hejtmanek, and her daughter Sadie Heitmanek, 3, while being washed at the new Shake & Shine Canine Wash & Deli on North State Street in Bellingham, Friday morning, Oct. 24, 2014.

Lions beat Cubs in top-five matchup

Hastings' three-touchdown night keys Lynden's 33-30 win over Sedro-Woolley

Lynden’s Scooter Hastings catches a pass for a touchdown over Sedro-Woolley’s Billy Hornbeck on Friday, Oct. 24, in Sedro-Woolley.

Sweaters, sweets and Santas abound at holiday bazaars

Knitters, bakers and crafters have been working around-the-clock the past few months preparing for annual fall bazaars in Whatcom County. Here’...

Pam Moore (left), granddaughter Ellie Pursley, and Macie McMillen, pick out handmade doll clothing at the Hillcrest Chapel Holiday Arts and Crafts Fair in Bellingham in November 2013. Hillcrest Chapel hosts one of the many annual bazaars across Whatcom County this holiday season.
Letters to the Editor

Says Congress is blocking sensible legislation

If you don’t think midterm elections are very important, think again. After all, the president’s power is quite limited. It’s Congress that largely determines the policies that shape our lives; the president can accept or reject...