Tani Sutley writes a second article on the increasing number of vacation rentals - and the County Council bill to let them expand dramatically.
In historic Fairhaven. Take Exit 250 from I-5.
The Puget Neighborhood is about to become a bit more crowded but less than originally planned. 600+ students to be housed south of Fred Meyer.
The port's latest bone-headed deal calls for the good citizens of Whatcom County to consider the options...unless we're enjoying our Groundhog Day.
The difference between a threat and a promise
Port of Bellingham today sold out our public waterfront to a foreign shell company formed 6 days ago. Sold it cheap and with a screwy…
Kamalla Kaur worked with David Mason on his biographical materials and offers this tribute to his illustrious life.
The Whatcom County Council has sent discussion on changing the meth ordinance back to the Public Works, Health and Safety Committee
Add your thoughts and remembrances. Robyn du Pre` was a stalwart and true environmental advocate for Bellingham and Whatcom County. She died this week.
Riley shares some insight into the national political parties
In a hearing, possibly on 3 March, the Whatcom County Council will consider an ordinance changing the rules for contaminated meth use sites.
Not all rent-to-own propositions are an unwise method to buy a home but some are schemes to rip off the unsuspecting tenant.
No ballot mailed to you. You must request a ballot for voting in the Whatcom Conservation District election. Deadline to apply is Feb 9. By…
Wherein Bellingham's billion dollar boondoggle is revisited
The Lummi requested on Jan. 5, 2015, that the federal government, through the Army Corps of Engineers, honor Art. V of the Treaty of Point…
Adventures of George Pickett in the Pacific Northwest Wilderness
The fourth area refinery crude by rail infrastructure project to receive permits without benefit of environmental review is being appealed, and provides an opportunity to…
The second annual award for Citizen Journalism will be to The Political Junkie himself who runs the Sweeney Politics blog, Riley Sweeney.
Guest article by Sandra Alfers. Water and sewer connections drive unwanted annexation. Trickle Creek homeowners are muzzled by a "no protest zone."
Ellen Murphy gives us a poem for this Martin Luther King day of remembrance.
Wherein the ridiculous is ridiculed