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Located 90 miles north of Seattle, Washington, Bellingham is very active in the peace movement. For over 46 years, each Friday there is a peace vigil held, and it has become the longest such running in U.S. history. Bellingham also supports the UN's International Day of Peace with a rally and march. Additionally, chapters are established providing great support for Code Pink, Veterans for Peace, and Iraq Veterans Against the War.
Local Newspapers: The Bellingham Herald
Local Sports Teams: Bellingham Slam (IBL basketball) Bellingham Roller Betties (WFTDA rollerderby) Bellingham Bulldogs (EFL football) Chuckanut Bay Geoducks (PNRFU rugby)
Local Colleges: Whatcom Community College Bellingham Technical College; Northwest Indian College Western Washington University
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Towns/Cities near bellingham, washington : Ferndale Geneva Marietta-Alderwood
Leta s remember the MLK who wasna t liked
A statue paying tribute to civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. is unveiled on the state Capitol grounds in Atlanta last August. A statue paying tribute to civil rights leader Martin Luther King Jr. is unveiled on the state Capitol grounds in Atlanta last August.Civic leaders honor MLK in Bellingham
Clyde Ford reads the Langston Hughes poem, " Let America Be America Again," during the annual Martin Luther Kind Jr., Celebration at the Mount Baker Theatre, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018. Clyde Ford reads the Langston Hughes poem, " Let America Be America Again," during the annual Martin Luther Kind Jr., Celebration at the Mount Baker Theatre, Monday, Jan. 15, 2018.This a armed and dangerousa man refused to listen to police. So they Tased him, twice
A Bellingham man was arrested this weekend after he allegedly threatened a woman and child and police officers with a knife. Bellingham Police arrested Enoch Luke Yellow Hawk, 27, on suspicion of attempted first-degree assault with a knife, harassment and carrying/exhibiting/drawing a weapon.Port of Kingston sells last of SoundRunner ferries
The Port of Kingston commissioners have voted to sell the former ferry Kingston Express for $250,000 to Pacific Cruises Northwest, a Bellingham company that offers trips in Bellingham Bay and the San Juan Islands. The Kitsap Sun reports the move Friday lifts the port's burden of trying to find a home for the Express, which has been sitting at the dock since the SoundRunner passenger-only ferry service went under in 2012.He sold a speaker to a a hip-hop artist.a Now hea s in the hospital with a stab wound
An Alderwood neighborhood man was hospitalized Saturday night with critical injuries from a stabbing in a dispute over the sale of electronics, Whatcom County Sheriff's officials said. Cody James Shadle, 26, was in surgery early Sunday for a stab wound to the leg, said Sheriff Bill Elfo.They want to pick a plan for Bellinghama s waterfront; herea s how you can weigh in
Built in 1929 for the Washington Egg and Poultry Cooperative Association, the Granary Building on Bellingham's downtown waterfront is being renovated by Harcourt Development into retail and office space. The building will be open to the public Wednesday, Jan. 17 for the Port of Bellingham to discuss changes in its waterfront development plan.Bellingham settles lawsuit alleging police used excessive force
City officials have agreed to pay $100,000 over a civil lawsuit that alleged excessive force by two Bellingham Police officers, one of whom was fired a year ago for misconduct and other accusations. Settling the lawsuit was a "risk management decision" because the city could have faced a large jury award and also be required to pay court costs and lawyer fees if it lost the case at trial, said Shane Brady, assistant city attorney.Visitors have a new place to stay in downtown Bellingham
Owners Fred and Colleen Schacht in the new Hamlet Hotel on the corner of Railroad Avenue and Chestnut Street on Thursday, Jan. 11, 2018 in downtown Bellingham. The hotel has four suites with full kitchens.Bellingham man who beat four women, held one captive, sentenced to nearly two decades in prison
Two of the four women who were victims of Robert Dean McGlothern Jr., who pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted manslaughter and five counts of assault, speak at his sentencing Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Whatcom Superior Court in Bellingham. Two of the four women who were victims of Robert Dean McGlothern Jr., who pleaded guilty to two counts of attempted manslaughter and five counts of assault, speak at his sentencing Friday, Jan. 12, 2018, in Whatcom Superior Court in Bellingham.Woman found dead in shuttered Bellingham motel identified
Bellingham Police have identified the 32-year-old woman was found dead Saturday night in a shuttered Samish Way motel. Tina Marie Jarman of Bellingham, also known by the surname Vanderwoude, was found dead about 5:30 p.m. Saturday at the former Macs Motel, 1215 Samish Way.The Trump team's best defense? Offense.
Whether you're in a car, on a bike or walking in Bellingham, you have to obey the rules of the road Verbal uppercuts on the media have defined how the Trump administration reacts to criticism. Defending your boss is nothing new.A Northwest Youth Services project last year gave cameras to 50...
A Northwest Youth Services project last year gave cameras to 50 youths to capture and document their experiences. Ashley Winter took this photo of a homeless group in Bellingham.Pair charged with murder in shooting death of deputy
Whether you're in a car, on a bike or walking in Bellingham, you have to obey the rules of the road Pierce County prosecutors charged Frank Pawul, 32, and Brenda Troyer, 52, with first-degree murder in the death of sheriff's Deputy Daniel McCartney, who was fatally shot Sunday after responding to an armed robbery at a Frederickson home. Pierce County prosecutors charged Frank Pawul, 32, and Brenda Troyer, 52, with first-degree murder in the death of sheriff's Deputy Daniel McCartney, who was fatally shot Sunday after responding to an armed robbery at a Frederickson home.Wild mushrooms were on display at Bloedel Donovan Park in Bellingham...
Like mushrooms sprouting in the forest after a rainstorm, the effort to name an official state fungi popped up again Wednesday, generating a new round of bad puns. The Evergreen State College students association wants the Legislature to name the pine mushroom, also known as Tricholoma murrillianum , as the official state fungi, in recognition of its cultural significance to Washington's Asian American population and contributions to forest health.Bellingham man sentenced for raping unconscious, intoxicated woman in 2016
A 57-year-old Bellingham man has been sentenced to 6 1/2 years in prison for raping an unconscious, intoxicated woman in the summer of 2016 - but could be in prison much longer. Arthur James Wilkowski was sentenced Jan. 4 in Whatcom County Superior Court for second-degree rape.29 people applied for a vacant seat on Whatcom County Council. Here are the finalists.
The Whatcom County Courthouse in downtown Bellingham on Feb. 10, 2016. The large field for a vacant seat on the Whatcom County Council has been narrowed to eight hopefuls, and members are expected to appoint a replacement on Jan. 16, 2018.He got an extra $10,000 from his employer, police say - but it landed him in jail
Matthew Richard Hudson, 30, was arrested Jan. 3 on suspicion of first-degree theft of more than $5,000. Formal charges have not yet been filed against Hudson, whose first appearance is scheduled for Jan. 12 at 9 a.m. In late November, Bellingham police officers began tracking fraudulent activity allegedly committed by Hudson, Lt.
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