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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.

Population: 75150
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

Zip Codes associated with bellingham, washington: 98225 98226
Towns/Cities near bellingham, washington : Ferndale Geneva Marietta-Alderwood

Bellingham News
Vancouver revels in 3 days of sun's rays

Monday rounded out three days of unusually warm and sunny weather in Vancouver and much of the Pacific Northwest at large. Temperatures in Vancouver reached 70 degrees at Pearson Airfield on Monday, five degrees shy of tying a record high for the day set in 1934.

Weather Eye: Wet weather returns after what felt like May in March

It was 70 degrees from Bellingham to Vancouver on Monday and even warmer in between the state's borders. Tacoma was 76 degrees; even Seattle beat us with 73 degrees.

Here's what you'll see at Bellingham's St. Patrick's Day Parade

Bellingham will celebrate St. Patrick's Day on Saturday, March 17 with one of the community's most popular parades. The community event will honor public safety personnel.

Melvin's employees washed graffiti off the windows of the Meridian Street brewery Saturday morning.

Vandalism was reported early Saturday at Melvin Brewpub, an apparent backlash over a website post and admissions of an employee's behavior that drew heavy criticism late last week from Bellingham residents, officials said. A Melvin's employee said Monday that he discovered the vandalism when he arrived for work about 8 a.m. Saturday at 2416 Meridian St. in the Fountain District.

Two arrested for attempted murder in Birchwood neighborhood

Two Lummi Reservation men are facing attempted murder charges in the wake of a shooting Friday night just outside the Birchwood neighborhood of Bellingham, sheriff's officials said. No one was injured in the 9 p.m. incident, but a 17-year-old boy said he was nearly hit in the head as bullets riddled a home in the 3200 block of Bennett Drive .

Herea s how WWU, Bellinghama s high school students will join gun violence protests

Students from across Bellingham gather in front of City Hall on Feb. 21, 2018, to protest gun violence ands promote school safety. Western Washington University students are organizing a class walkout Wednesday morning, part of a planned nationwide protest of gun violence.

Police respond to Shuksan Middle School after a student brought a BB gun to campus

Bellingham police were called to Shuksan Middle School Monday afternoon after a student brought and displayed a BB gun during the school day, according to Bellingham Public Schools spokeswoman Jackie Brawley. Officers were still on the scene investigating Monday afternoon, according to Lt.

Baking with a passion ... staying focused on desserts paying off for new startup

Veronica Stendahl, owner of Antler Baking Co., talks about her business on Thursday, March 8, in Bellingham. Antler Baking Company shares a space with Wood's Coffee inside the Flatiron Building on Prospect Street.

Mini-Vows: Superman Locks Up a Heart in Tokyo

Claire Hansen Suni and Gideon Lensing were married March 10 at Babylonstoren, a vineyard and farm near Cape Town. Dr. Jannie Botha, a South African marriage officer appointed by the Department of Home Affairs, officiated, with Frances E. Donegan-Ryan, a friend of the couple, taking part.

He was driving without headlights, but ended up in worse trouble

A 23-year-old Bellingham man is facing several charges in connection with a police chase and car wreck late Thursday, authorities said. Alex J. Andrukov was arrested early Friday after fleeing police in a pursuit across Bellingham that began just before midnight, when an officer saw him driving a 2008 Mercedes C300 without headlights in the 200 block of East Magnolia Street.

Melvin employee accused of sexual misconduct

A screenshot shows what Melvin Brewing's website used to say on its contact page. The company came under fire recently for the marketing.

This dog preens and comforts the dying

The Dude is a registered Norwich Terrier and trained therapy dog. His owner, Becca Parkins, is a chaplain at Wesley Des Moines.

Lindsay to leave Washougal City Council

Washougal City Councilwoman Joyce Lindsay , a Washougal Arts and Culture Alliance board member, celebrates the Aug. 5, 2017 dedication of "Forever Faithful," a life-size bronze sculpture of a Belgian Malinois created by Susan Bahary .

Feel like somethinga s watching from the bushes? These big cats have been active lately

Social media reported that a cougar was spotted in south Bellingham last weekend. It's just one of many cat sightings around the Pacific Northwest this week.

She walked by the house once. Next time, she left with a package

A security camera captured a woman removing an Amazon package from a porch in the Cornwall Park neighborhood on Wednesday, March 7. Resident Brian Jones said the package contained $34 worth of baby food. Bellingham Police identified the woman as Kailee Lashelle Morberg, 26, of Bellingham.

Things to do in Whatcom County for the week of March 8, 2018

GOBSMACKED!, a next-generation a cappella show, redefines the limits of the human voice. Featuring reigning world champion beatboxer Ball-Zee and an international cast of world-class vocalists, Gobsmacked! weaves stories through all forms of a cappella.

A 24-karat gold 10-gallon trash can, a 14-karat gold cell phone a " objects you desire?

Sidney Mobell's "La Garbage Can" is a 10-gallon garbage can plated in 24-karat gold with 457 precious and semi-precious stones. "Jeweled Objects of Desire: From Ordinary to Extraordinary" is on loan to the Whatcom Museum from the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History through May 6. Sidney Mobell's "La Garbage Can" is a 10-gallon garbage can plated in 24-karat gold with 457 precious and semi-precious stones.

Residential buildings in Bellinghama s waterfront district one step closer to reality

A rendering of the proposed waterfront district residential buildings that would be built by Harcourt near the Granary Building. The proposal calls for 70 residential units, underground parking and commercial retail space.

You found used needles near a childcare center. Herea s what to do about them a " safely

The Whatcom County Health Department provides free clean-up kits for businesses and community members so they can clean up and safely dispose of used needles found on private or public property. The kits contain safety equipment and instructions about how to safely handle needles.

Bellingham has sought nonstop flights going east. One airline is stepping up

Allegiant Airlines announced it will begin offering non-stop flights between Bellingham and Denver on May 18. The flights would be seasonal at first, happening on Fridays and Mondays through the summer. It's possible it could eventually turn into a year-round route, said Michelle Whaley, a spokeswoman for the company.

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