Traffic moves between Bellingham and Lynden along Hannegan Road in 2004. A portion of Hannegan Road will be closed Monday, Aug. 20, through late November so that a bridge over Ten Mile Creek can be replaced.
At Birch Bay State Park, you can relax on shore or wade out into the shallow bay and play in the water. This 664-acre park, with more than a mile of saltwater shoreline, will make you feel so lucky to live in Whatcom County.
Randy Nunamaker with the Pasco School District tells about the first project to start construction from a $99.5 million bond package voters approved in 2017. Drone footage provided by the City of Richland shows you the aftermath of the Kennewick fires and how close they were to burning down homes.
Five painted koi swim on the sidewalk near the Cabin Tavern on Holly Street in downtown Bellingham. The fish were discovered by Vintage 360 anitique store owner George Trummeter Thursday morning, who found similar artwork in front of his shop across the street.
NW Explorations at Squalicum Harbor is one of several Port of Bellingham tenants that expanded this year. Along with adding space for the company's service department, the company has added to its charter fleet.
Plastic "doob tubes" and small Mylar bags used to package pot are moldering in gutters, bleaching out in landfills and bobbing in waterways. Concentrated nutrients and fertilizers left over from cannabis growing operations are being dumped in public sewers and making their way past wastewater treatment plants into Puget Sound.
Aslan Brewing Company of Bellingham, Washington just announced the release of its first round of mixed-culture, sour, and fruited-farmhouse beers from its barrel program. As we reported earlier , Aslan Brewing has a second location in downtown Bellingham that is dedicated to producing these styles of beer: Aslan Depot, Barrles & Blending.
The Whatcom County YMCA has purchased a new pedicab from Denmark, which they will be using to offer free rides to seniors with low mobility in Bellingham. Teachers across the country have been walking out of their classrooms demanding higher wages and better funding for their schools.
A heavy haze of smoke from wildfires in British Columbia hangs over northwest Washington Monday, August 13. Northwest Clean Air officials advise residents to limit outdoor activities if possible. About 600 active fires are burning in B.C. While we take great delight in complaining about Canadian drivers, anybody who's lived in Whatcom County the past two summers knows that's not the worst export from our neighbors to the north.