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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 Saturday afternoon paddle in the San Juans didna t end the way they anticipated

Two kayakers were rescued by a Coast Guard Station Bellingham boat and crew Saturday evening after their kayaks capsized north of Clark Island , which is west of Lummi Island. The Whatcom County Sheriff's Office received a 911 call from a third kayaker, according to a press release from the U.S. Coast Guard.

Happy Valley apartment a SWATteda after caller says he hit father with a frying pan

A resident in Bellingham's Happy Valley Neighborhood appears to have been the unfortunate victim of a "SWATting" prank call incident Friday evening. Bellingham Police received a report of an assault at 5:50 p.m. Friday, according to Lt.

Connecting generations isn't an option - it's a must

As often is the case when I'm hunkered away behind my computer screen for work, my young child is basking in the glory of being our family's only grandson. With that status comes much pomp and circumstance; an overkill at times, but I love to witness it nonetheless.

These developments might help ease your hunt for an apartment in Bellingham

Builders may help ease the difficulty in finding an apartment in Bellingham as one has proposed a 155-unit complex in north Bellingham and a slew of other projects are moving forward. The latest proposal is for three buildings ranging in size from three- to five-stories, including under-building parking, at 3945 Home Road .

Front & Center: Transition part of Eco Depot solar business over...

"Some people are surprised I can answer most of their questions," Sullivan said. "But I don't think my appearance has ever worked against me."

How Whatcom County raspberry farmers are dealing with a difficult harvest season

Terry Griffin of KIRO 7 News goes live on Facebook to show the throngs of people waiting in line at the Tacoma Mall for the Build-A-Bear promotion Thursday, July 12, 2018. Walmart is testing robots built by Bossa Nova Robotics, to check store inventory as it scans shelves, then relay the information back to staff.

Employee Alan Sanders compares a small test version of a canvas print ...

Quicksilver Photo Lab, which has offered photography equipment along with film and digital services, recently moved to 1417-A Cornwall Ave. , facing the alley behind Bellingham Frameworks. Jeff Daffron, who opened the business in December 1986, recently retired and sold the business to Cate Reed at the end of June.

This could be why the water off the coast has been reddish-brown in parts of Whatcom

Wondering what's causing the marine water in parts of Whatcom County to look strange - sort of rusty red or rusty brown? The Whatcom County Health Department has been getting reports about it in Birch Bay and near Drayton Harbor, officials said, referring to the phenomenon as red-colored plankton blooms. Plankton refers to organisms, mostly tiny, in fresh and marine water.

How Twin Cities knitters are creating breast prostheses with yarn

Battling stage 4 breast cancer isn't enough for Michelle Smith. The Cottage Grove woman also is helping other women with the disease - by knitting.

Herea s what caused all those fire alarms to sound in northwest Bellingham Friday

A planned water pressure change by Bellingham Public Works dropped a little lower than expected Friday morning and forced a number of fire alarms to sound with a water flow problem in northwest Bellingham. "This is a planned pressure change they were making up by Mahogany near Costco ," Public Works spokesperson Amy Cloud said.

Spirit of America Trail in Zintel Canyon

The Costco that opened in Bellingham on Nov. 19, 2017, is similar in size and scope to the Kennewick store. See what it looked like under construction and learn some simple facts about the company.

Ferry Columbia expected to return to service

The largest ship in the Alaska Marine Highway fleet is expected to resume service Friday between Bellingham, Washington, and Southeast Alaska. "The Columbia repairs are going well and the Coast Guard is looking like it's going to be certifying the vessel to leave Bellingham on its Friday July 13 sailing," said ferry spokeswoman Aurah Landau.

Looking to downsize or take care of a loved onea s estate? Herea s what you should know

For seniors thinking of how best to downsize, or for middle-aged adults who need to know how to cope with their parents' estate, it isn't hard to find help in Whatcom County. Local antiques and household goods experts Franny Erickson, Jeff Bassett and Nancy Ernst, and R.B. Wick all operate estate sale businesses, with more than three decades' experience among them - and that's just estate sales.

Lines ring Tacoma Mall for Build-A-Bear promotion

Walmart is testing robots built by Bossa Nova Robotics, to check store inventory as it scans shelves, then relay the information back to staff. It is not yet known when the robots will be at local stores.

'We are horrified to know that our cat was shot in daylight in Bellingham city limits'

Bellingham Police are investigating a report of a pet cat that was injured in an apparent shooting in the Sunnyland Neighborhood. According to the police log of the incident on Wednesday evening, "Officers took a report of a cat being shot.

Got rocks? Bellingham does, but herea s where theya re about to be shipped to.

A truck delivers large rocks to the Bellingham Shipping Terminal Wednesday. The rocks, from local quarries, will be used to repair a jetty on the Columbia River.

Chloe French brings a new twist to the Tlingit ceremonial bib

Bellingham, Washington-based Tlingit artist Chloe French recently was an artist in residence at the Sheldon Jackson Museum in Sitka. Her work is inspired by Tlingit ceremonial bibs, but she adds her own twist to the tradition.

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