Latest Bellingham, Washington Stories
By Zoe Fraley, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jun. 22--In Estonia, music is a measure of freedom. As a nation that spent many decades under the constant watch of Soviet Russia, singing was an expression of a culture that refused to be crushed. It was a bloodless but poignant act of rebellion.
By Jared Paben, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jun. 22--Here is a roundup of recent development proposals and decisions, and upcoming development-related meetings: BELLINGHAM A meeting will be held on annexing industrial-zoned land in north Bellingham into city limits.
By John Stark, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jun. 20--BELLINGHAM -- A multimillion- dollar decision on an expanded terminal for Bellingham International Airport may be made in the next few months, despite looming uncertainties about oil prices and the economic future of the airline industry.
By Robert Mittendorf, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jun. 19--A foundation of my philosophy as a parent is teaching the girls to be inquisitive.
By Kie Relyea, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jun. 18--BELLINGHAM -- A new walkway would span Bellingham Bay from Boulevard Park to the end of Cornwall Avenue under a proposal from the Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department.
By Jared Paben, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jun.
By The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Mar. 16--Little bits of wilderness are encroaching on Fred Tabor's sky-blue Lynden home. The woods are coming closer, the animals are growing more brazen -- and Tabor couldn't be more pleased.
By Kira Millage, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Aug. 16--The start of the school year always brings new faces to school buildings -- faces belonging to students moving up to the next school level or students new to the area.
By Cat Sieh, The Bellingham Herald, Wash. Jul. 20--An inner tubing ban on a portion of the Nooksack River's south fork is in its second year, but area residents say tubers -- and associated annoyances -- continue.
By Allan Dowd BELLINGHAM, Washington (Reuters) - U.S. and Canadian authorities have cracked a smuggling network that used aircraft and delivery spots in remote western parks to ship tons of drugs over the border, officials said on Thursday.
- A young chicken: also used as a pet name for children.