Padden Creek daylighting project strays far from city promises to homeowner that his property would remain intact.
Traditional communal warrior reintegration practices could help our returning combat veterans.
A Whatcom Citizen writes of protest movements and how our proposed county mega jail is related to them.
Moves to set the minimum wage to $15, even if successful, are woefully insufficient. And why aren't people speaking out about abusive work scheduling?
Bruce Radtke, a retired Bellingham librarian, reported to be assaulted by police for handing out leaflets
Is the tail wagging the dog? Edward Alexander guest writes on why predictive software for our police needs basic questions answered before purchase.
Nothing in the Herald this morning, so NWCitizen is informing citizens of shootout at Cornwall Park.
Barbara Perry has been researching the secretive election processes of the Whatcom Conservation District. Really secretive. Probably fraudulent.
9:52 - final post for tonight. A running blog about the election results on this August evening. Feel free to comment.
While the city deals with permitting on the Hansen rental megaplexes, the council has asked for proposals from staff on design standards for historic areas.
Eric Hirst provides us all with a well researched report on Whatcom County water issues - rights, Lake Whatcom, ground water and more.
The fight to keep Point Roberts from becoming a Radio Tower Farm is not over.
Bellingham police are obviously trained to de-escalate armed confrontations. This is the way it should be.
Lois Garlick has died. For many decades, she and George served as environmental stewards and leaders in preserving wildlife and nature.
Last minute political maneuvering by liberal council seeks to counter conservative review commission ballot proposals.
The Charter Review Commission made Monday evening's meeting their last - and forwarded 8 charter amendments to the County Council
For Rent: York neighborhood, new, 7 bedroom single-family home, near WWU. Only $44,000 a year. City planning not paying attention.
Two dirty tricks by the uber-conservative minority on the Charter Review Commission aimed to put their agenda before the council.
Trees are dying for lack of water! Only citizen action can save them.
If your 4th of July holiday is much more quiet this year, you can thank Clay Bulter who passed away at the end of May.