Riley dives into the data with precinct maps and historical perspectives
In historic Fairhaven. Take Exit 250 from I-5.
Campus Crest Communities, Inc. has officially offered for sale the Lincoln St. property that was to be a student apartment development.
Updated Nov 12. Howard Harris, the founder of the Bellingham silent peace vigil at the Federal Building in Bellingham, has died. He and Rosemary were…
On this Veterans Day, a note about how vets need our government to step up - as has never been done. And a personal note…
The Campus Crest apartment complex may be the "victim" of a corporate restructuring plan.
While smearing Seth Fleetwood over a common tax arrangement, we discover Doug Ericksen also has a benign tax lien - one he denied.
Or why to vote for Nyima, the dog, for County Prosecutor
A link to Riley's Political Junkie for excellent recommendations - and a few thoughts of my own.
It's just how things roll in Whatcom County
Update Oct 22: John Lesow has posted a comment with considerable more information on this issue.
Riley does a local political comedy show
Three final candidates for Bellingham Planning Director spoke today at a cozy 'meet and greet' of government employees and developers.
Wherein we see that sometimes government can do what business can't.
An experienced real estate inspector provides a window to the dangeroous conditions found in rentals in Bellingham
Riley files a full report of the Tea Party debate for State Leg candidates
Wherein a Fulbright scholar, professional engineer and successful business owner files for public office
Last Thursday, the Planning Commission voted to recommend the docketing of the spot rezone of 801 Samish from Residential Single to Commerical Planned (non-retail)
We post a disturbing report of a personal encounter along Samish Way, with the permission of John Stark, who experienced it.
Riley and John share the short list of who might replace Cathy Lehman on the Bellingham city council on January 5.
While the state spends hundreds of thousands of dollars defining risks of crude by rail, Skagit County finds no significant adverse impacts of a crude-by-rail…