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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
You reading this while stuck in the office? Here's how long the sun will stick around
A great blue heron pair check out their eggs Sunday in a nest at the Post Point heron rookery in Bellingham's Fairhaven district. Spring continues warm and sunny through at least Friday, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle.Firefighter demonstrates how to provide a dose of naloxone
Battalion Chief Josh Morell demonstrates the ease of administering naloxone as a nasal spray during a 2017 training class at South Whatcom Fire Authority's Geneva Station. RAM Construction crews assemble the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation on Wednesday, April 18, at the corner of Lottie Street and North Commercial Street in Bellingham.Think tank slams dam-breaching study - Sat, 21 Apr 2018 PST
A study claiming power generated at four dams on the Lower Snake River could be replaced by a combination of renewable sources, conservation and better management of electricity use has been met with sharp criticism from a Seattle-based free-market think tank. Todd Myers, director of the Center for Environment at the Washington Policy Center, said the study by the Northwest Energy Coalition contained errors and faulty assumptions to reach its conclusion and suggested it did so to promote a dam-breaching agenda.A bridge to the past and a monument of hope moving forward dedicated in Bellingham
Lummi Nation dancers perform during the dedication ceremony for the Arch Of Healing and Reconciliation at Bellingham City Hall on Saturday in Bellingham. Hundreds turn out for the event which included speakers, Rhythm of India dancers, Silk Road Chinese dancers, Lummi Nation dancers, and speakers from Western Washington University, city and county officials, and local residents.Bellingham company wants to empower others, one chocolate bite at a time
Paul Newman and Ari Lee-Newman visit the Bihar region of northern India during their honeymoon in 2014. Newman and Lee-Newman spent their honeymoon distributing vitamin A to children in rural villages for Vitamin Angels.Want a new hike? Try this one near Bellingham with wide-open lake and mountain views
If you haven't gone yet, the promise of sun starting on Sunday could be the perfect time to hit the newish Chanterelle Trail at Lake Whatcom Park. If you go, you'll be exploring the first trail built for new Whatcom County parkland on both sides of Lake Whatcom that was created by the transfer of 8,844 acres of forest land around Lake Whatcom from the state to Whatcom County in 2014.WWU Queer Con in Bellingham April 28
WWU Queer Con, a queer comic and geek-ery themed convention at Western Washington University will be returning for its second year on April 28. This event is being organized by a group of dedicated queer people who want to create a space to celebrate queer and LGBT+ identity, creativity, and community. The goal for WWU Queer Con is to provide an opportunity to highlight queer stories and creators in an inclusive and friendly space and strengthen the queer and LGBT+ community at WWU and the Bellingham area.Honor disabilities-rights pioneers by shattering more glass ceilings
Thirty years ago, an unusual protest took place in Washington, D.C., that gave voice to a historically oppressed group. At Gallaudet University, deaf students demanded that a future president at the college be just like them.Bellingham Beer Week, April 20th thru 28th
In recent years Bellingham, Washington has earned a reputation as a great beer town, with over a dozen breweries in and around the city. Along with that, a handful of great beer-focused bars and a beer-loving populace that has turned Bellingham into the best place in America to not find bad beer.RAM Construction installs memorial ahead of official Saturday ceremony
RAM Construction crews assemble the Arch of Healing and Reconciliation on Wednesday, April 18, at the corner of Lottie Street and North Commercial Street in Bellingham. Mark Moffit and David Lind give statements during their sentencing hearing on Tuesday, April 17, at Whatcom County Courthouse in Bellingham.Ready to toast the later sunset? Here are some Bellingham options.
David Reese, brewmaster for Chandeleur Island Brewing in downtown Gulfport, Miss., is one of only 78 Advanced Cicerones world-wide. In this video he teaches you how to properly pour a glass of beer.Whale watch group adopts new rules for ecotourism
The Pacific Whale Watch Association, which includes 32 companies in Washington and British Columbia, has adopted vessel operation guidelines it says will better protect killer whales and humpbacks in the Salish Sea. Lisa Thomson, owner of Big Love Juice, talks about the business on Wednesday, April 11, in Bellingham.Lacey composer Schlichting to debut piece with symphony that honors his conductor grandfather
Composer Austin Schlichting plays viola with the Olympia Symphony Orchestra and teaches music at River Ridge High School in Lacey. His new piece "Festschrift" pays homage to the orchestra's history and to Fred Schlichting, his grandfather who was its music director from the early 1950s to 1968.Things to do in Whatcom County for the week of April 19, 2018
Mount Baker Theatre presents the biggest little orchestra around - Pink Martini featuring lead singer China Forbes for a one-night engagement at 7 p.m. Sunday, April 22. Drawing inspiration from music from all over the world - crossing genres of classical, jazz and old-fashioned pop - Thomas Lauderdale founded Pink Martini in 1994 to provide more beautiful and inclusive musical soundtracks for political fundraisers for causes such as civil rights, affordable housing, the environment, libraries, public broadcasting, education and parks. The Jansen Jazz Band will be performing their final season concert on at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, April 19, at the Jansen Art Center.'Arch of Healing' Remembers Anti-Immigrant History In Bellingham
Bellingham, Washington, dedicates a new monument this Saturday that speaks to the Pacific Northwest's long and conflicted history with immigration. The " Arch of Healing and Reconciliation " memorializes the past expulsions of immigrant Sikhs, Japanese and Chinese.Docs: Drugs found in mother's system following murder-suicide in Fernan Lake
COEUR D'ALENE, Idaho - On a crisp fall day in November 2016, tragedy struck the small community near Fernan Lake. The bodies of Misty Phelps and her two sons, 1-year-old Tristan and 2-year-old Riley Phelps, were found in her 2006 Ford Fusion submerged underwater at the Fernan Lake boat ramp.Canada's oldest blood donor says it's all gain, no pain after decades of giving
Beatrice Janyk credits vitamins, 12 hours of sleep a day and a busy mind for allowing her to donate blood regularly for most of the last 70 years. The great-grandmother and Coquitlam, B.C., resident has been donating blood since the late 1940s and says she has no plans to stop.
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