Articles published Wed, Oct 2, 2013
Letters to the editor: October 3 - 9, 2013
A father's 10,000-mile ride to highlight peril of drowning
Nine years after a tragedy that changed his life forever, Russ Reddick is on a cross-country mission to make sure others don't have to feel the pain of being a grieving parent.
Cascade proposes utility increase
Cascade Natural Gas Corporation announced on September 27 that it has filed a Purchased Gas Adjustment (PGA) request with the Washington Utilities and Transportation Commission (WUTC) for natural gas.
County opens up commenting period for new jail
If you have a beef with the $109 million jail proposed for 40 undeveloped acres in Ferndale, speak now or forever hold your piece.
Border Patrol settles with civil rights groups
A lawsuit claiming that the U.S. Border Patrol violated Fourth Amendment rights during traffic stops has ended in a settlement agreement.
Don't eat the shellfish!
The paralytic shellfish poisoning (PSP) bio-toxin has been detected at unsafe levels in molluscan shellfish at all Whatcom County beaches.
County council candidates step up to the mic
Gather around if you want to know who stands for what in the upcoming county council election.
Volunteer drivers are needed to help Whatcom County veterans with errands
The Volunteer Chore Program is seeking individuals 18 and older to volunteer their time and vehicle.
Movement is vital for a healthy and full life
Exercise keeps you young no matter how old you are.
Young at Heart: Autumn is at its finest
Welcome to October, the month when it truly begins to feel like autumn.
Company puts nutrition first in expansion
When Jovan Johnson made her first batch of gluten-free crackers, she had no idea that it would be the beginning of a new way of life and the start of a booming business.
Police Reports: September 25 - September 30, 2013
Blaine overpowers a lackluster Bellingham
There are two types of discipline in football: the discipline to execute plays and the discipline to follow the rules.
Volleyball still learning, junior runner shines