The editor of the Whatcom Watch, Richard Jehn, has resigned effective today. Chalk up a victory for Craig Cole and Pacific International Terminals.
In historic Fairhaven. Take Exit 250 from I-5.
The full text of Craig Cole's threatening letter of libel against the Whatcom Watch. And the emptiness of the threat.
We were led to believe the city would review waterfront wildlife and habitat connectivity. It turns out that the city intends to focus only on…
Accepting the Paul deArmond award of citizen journalism on Feb 7, Wendh Harris gave this speech. We think it deserves its own post.
Craig Cole, the local contact for the proposed Cherry Point coal port has threatened the Whatcom Watch with a libel lawsuit.
Riley digs through court data and discovers the real impact of privatization and legalization
The mayor wants to amend a city law to increase flexibility for a GMA provision that should be used rarely, if ever at all.
Costco imposes indirect costs on our community that are as real and tangible as road construction expenses.
The old empty Reid Boiler Works industrial building in Fairhaven burned to the ground Saturday night.
Professional and even college sports have morphed into a circus of corporate greed and the fleecing of the public.
Filing a public record request could land a citizen in jail under a proposal reflected in a Herald opinion article.
Tim Johnson writes about the first recipient of the Paul deArmond Citizen Journalism award, Whatcom County writer Wendy Harris.
The developers of University Ridge have been silent since shortly after the hearing examiner's decision on 23 October last year. Will they walk?
Super Bowl ... Weed Bowl ... This bud's for you ... Bong Bowl ... Marijuana Bowl ... whatever. It is on!
Do we actually need to say that we, as citizens, want accurate information from government officials?
Guest writer Barbara Perry writes about Bellingham Parks refusal to allow motorized wheel chairs to recharge at public electrical outlets.
A Port of Bellingham internal memo tries, but fails, to justify changes in cost estimates for alternative marina sites.
Army Corps advised DOE that it will not issue a waterfront permit without Lummi approval
Ferndale Mayor Gary Jensen has decided not to file for the 42nd state Senate seat currently held by Doug Ericksen.
Barbara Perry writes about the closed nature of the Bellingham School Board on the future of the Larrabee School.