Bellingham Herald
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For 25 years, it was a way to celebrate fall. After a break, this Whatcom event returns

Derek Gavette and his daughter, Elizabeth, at the Stoney Ridge Farm pumpkin patch near Everson. After taking two years off, Derek and Debi Gavette have decided to open a portion of the farm to the public during three weekends in October. They are bringing back several of the things that made the farm a popular fall destination spot, including the train ride, corn maze and wagon rides. The pumpkin patch and apple trees will also be open for u-pick.
Two juveniles suspected of burglarizing a Bellingham pot shop twice
Thanks to one industry, Whatcom’s GDP growth in 2017 was one of the nation’s best


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