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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
This is how the weather is shaping up for Memorial Day weekend and Ski to Sea

All seven legs of Whatcom County's signature 93-mile adventure relay played out under clear skies and without any reported mishaps on Sunday, May 28, 2017. Boomer's Drive-In was the first overall finisher in 2017.

Sportsman Chalet owner's estate topped $1 million. Here's how he shared it.

A former Bellingham businessman who was dealt a bad hand health-wise is making a big impact on the community after his death. Steve Brewster died in December after battling multiple sclerosis for nearly two decades.

So, all those curmudgeons complaining about Whatcom's growth a " turns out they're right

We like to complain about things in Whatcom County - it's probably a result of all the winter days we have to hole up when the weather turns wet and miserable, souring our generally sunny dispositions. Though we complain about everything from the housing market to politics and Canadian drivers to backyard cottages, the one thing people grouse about most often - especially if they've lived here for a while - is how many people are moving into our perfect little haven in the northwest corner of the United States.

Here are Memorial Day events in Whatcom County to remember those who gave all

In Whatcom County, a number of events for Memorial Day will honor the men and women of the U.S. military who died while serving their country. A longtime parade will go on this year on Saturday, with a new name and a new focus because of a Marine Corps league based in Bellingham.

Washougal eyes an arts commission

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

Passengers disembark from an Alaska Airlines plane arriving at Bellingham International Airport.

The airline informed the Port of Bellingham that it is eliminating its daily flight effective Aug. 25, said Sunil Harman, director of aviation for the port. Harman didn't have official details on why Alaska decided to end this service, directing further questions to Alaska.

Playful orcas ply Tacoma Narrows, Puget Sound

Video footage of an orca pod, perhaps numbering seven in all, shot recently by Jamie Bisceglia of Fox Island while out fishing near the Tacoma Narrows bridges. A man in Lynden was caught on a Ring Doorbell camera stealing two front porch lights on May 8, 2018.

Which do you hear, 'Yanny' or 'Laurel?' Bellingham prankster picks a side in debate

A Twitter post by Abby Wright show that a Bellingham prankster took sides in the great Yanny-Laurel audible-debate on social media by covering up the "Laurel" on a sign at Laurel Park and renaming it "Yanny Park." A Twitter post by Abby Wright show that a Bellingham prankster took sides in the great Yanny-Laurel audible-debate on social media by covering up the "Laurel" on a sign at Laurel Park and renaming it "Yanny Park."

Here's why Bellingham's St. Joseph's Hospital agreed to pay a $16,000 fine

St. Joseph's Medical Center in Bellingham agreed to pay $16,000 to settle several violations of Washington state's dangerous waste laws, according to the Department of Ecology. The violations were found during inspections conducted in 2017.

Here's when full access to the Bloedel Donovan boat launch at Lake Whatcom will return

Renovations of the old boat ramp at Bloedel Donovan, the last part of the $350,000 project, are expected to be done before the Memorial Day weekend. The gaps that were a potential tripping hazard will no longer exist and the docks will be more stable, according to Gina Austin, project engineer for the city's Parks Development Division.

Bellingham 'Arch of Healing' was covered a " but not for the reason you might fear

"It is all fine," said Satpal Sidhu, a Whatcom County Council member and chairman of the Arch Committee who had received a number of concerned calls. "The black floor tiles did not get grouted before the ceremony," Sidhu added, saying that was done over the weekend.

Kilauea Lava continues to spew, reaches ocean

Before reaching the ocean, the lava flowing from Kilauea caused parts of Highway 137 to be shut down. The closure could potentially affect residents trying to evacuate, Hawaii News Now reported.

It looks like it's snowing cotton. Will it make your allergies worse?

Cotton-like puffs, backlit by sunshine, carry cottonwood seeds on a journey from the treetops back to earth near Scudder Pond in Bellingham. The cottonwoods and other trees of the willow family release their seeds in a show that can resemble springtime snow.

Spokane Valley deputies arrest driver; seize drugs, cash and car

Spokane Valley deputies arrested a man and seized drugs, cash, scales and his car following a traffic stop just after midnight on Sunday. Around 12:30 a.m. on May 20, Deputy Thomas Walton checked the license plate of the car in front of him while patrolling N. Argonne.

Family and friends of Bellingham snowboarder missing since January receive 'closure'

Whatcom County Sheriff's Office search and rescue team, the Ski Patrol and volunteers continue to look for snowboarder Vitaliy Datskiy, 24, in the Mount Baker Ski Area Tuesday, Jan. 23, 2018. He was reported missing Sunday near the ski area's Pano A body believed to be Bellingham snowboarder Vitaliy Datskiy, 24, who has been missing since January, was recovered by the Bellingham Mountain Rescue Council over the weekend near Mt.

When a public toilet is also about turning around a troubled park in Bellingham

If you avoid Maritime Heritage Park because you remember it as a run-down seedy spot, you might want to give this urban green space another visit. At least, that's what Bellingham Parks employees hope you'll do, because the city has been working to make the park at 500 W. Holly St. more welcoming for families and others who have been staying away because they felt unsafe there.

Want your kids to pick up a a lifetime sport?a Check out this Bellingham option

On a typical tennis camp day, the stress is on getting to know each other, rally skills and athletic development, small group fundamentals work and big group activities. On a typical tennis camp day, the stress is on getting to know each other, rally skills and athletic development, small group fundamentals work and big group activities.

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