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Located 90 miles north of Seattle, Washington, Bellingham is very active in the peace movement. For over 46 years, each Friday there is a peace vigil held, and it has become the longest such running in U.S. history. Bellingham also supports the UN's International Day of Peace with a rally and march. Additionally, chapters are established providing great support for Code Pink, Veterans for Peace, and Iraq Veterans Against the War.

Population: 75150
Local Newspapers: The Bellingham Herald
Local Sports Teams: Bellingham Slam (IBL basketball) Bellingham Roller Betties (WFTDA rollerderby) Bellingham Bulldogs (EFL football) Chuckanut Bay Geoducks (PNRFU rugby)
Local Colleges: Whatcom Community College Bellingham Technical College; Northwest Indian College Western Washington University

Zip Codes associated with bellingham, washington: 98225 98226
Towns/Cities near bellingham, washington : Ferndale Geneva Marietta-Alderwood

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Callers say your kid was in a car crash, held hostage? Ita s a scam going around Whatcom County

Scammers tried to convince at least two Whatcom County residents that their family members -who were identified by name - were being held hostage after a car crash Friday morning, according to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office. A resident of the Blaine area got the first call at 9:25 a.m., when a cold caller claimed the resident's son and daughter had been hurt in a car crash, according to the sheriff's office.

Trump Executive Order Could Re-Open Arctic, Atlantic, California Waters for Offshore Drilling

This morning President Trump signed an executive order that could once again open up federal waters in the Arctic, the Atlantic Ocean, and off the California coast for offshore drilling. The executive order would revise a five-year leasing plan issued by the Obama administration that, for the first time in 40 years, didn't include the Arctic as an area to lease and drill.

Want to try mountain biking? Find out where Bellingham is building a 'showpiece' track

An off-road bicycle "pump track" is being built near the playground area at Whatcom Falls Park , to help young riders learn the basics of mountain biking, a popular sport among area residents. "It's a lot of rollers and bank turns.

Police suspected Bellingham man of stealing a welder. Then they searched his house

Police say the investigation of a January burglary led them to recover even more stolen property than they had expected, valuing more than $16,000. Joseph Gaudette, 35, of Bellingham, was booked into the Whatcom County Jail on April 20, according to jail records.

Things to do in Whatcom County for the week of April 27, 2017

"Here Lies Love" traces the non-violent restoration of democracy in the Philippines in 1986 and follows the meteoric rise and dramatic fall of the controversial First Lady of the Philippines, Imelda Marcos, on stage through May 28 at Seattle Repertory Theatre in Seattle Center. Nicole J. Georges is one the participants in Western Washington University's Queer Comics Convention, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday in the Academic West building.

Police say Ferndale son killed father, dug grave in backyard

Ferndale Police say Christopher Gregory Koop killed his father William Herman Koop Jr., hid the body in the garage of his father's home and started to dig a grave in the backyard. Christopher Koop was arrested early Wednesday morning, April 26, after a family member reported William Koop missing.

Rainy season wasna t a record a " but it made the top 10

Whatcom County residents might remember the winter of 2016-2017 for its snowfall and chilly temperatures, and it now joins the record books as among the wettest for the Bellingham area. With 33.67 inches of precipitation from October 2016 to April 2017, the rainy season ranks 10th in the 60 years since official records started being kept at Bellingham International Airport, said meteorologist Mike McFarlane at the National Weather Service in Seattle.

As childhood obesity continues to grow, Whatcom Family YMCA says its time to ACT

The No. 1 health concern among parents today isn't drugs or smoking. According to the American Heart Association , it's childhood obesity, an epidemic that has more than tripled over the past 40 years.

Birchwood neighborhood park gets new mural painted by community

Birchwood KAPOW's mural painting party on Saturday, April 22, at Shuksan Meadows Park. The event was a collaboration between Sustainable Connections, the Whatcom Family Community Network, and the Whatcom Community Foundation.

City offers Port at least $300,000 to benefit marine trades in exchange for shelter

Hoping to convince the Port of Bellingham to give up its option to buy the property on Roeder Avenue that is the site of a proposed homeless shelter, the City of Bellingham is offering $300,000 and additional investments for marine trade. Mayor Kelli Linville wants to put an easy-access shelter for 200 men and women at 801/807 Roeder Ave., which is on city-owned land.

Letting it fly: Bellingham adopts an official flag

City Council members passed a resolution Monday to adopt the green, blue and white Bellingham flag that has been flying around town since it was introduced last year. "The people of the city who support this flag, who fly this flag all over the place, who are bringing it all over the world, are saying 'this is who we are,'" said council member Pinky Vargas.

Here are four easy tips to help you eat healthier and get the nutrients your body needs

We all know we should eat healthier, watch our weight and reduce our portion sizes. But that's a mouthful to digest given bad eating habits that have festered for decades - styles of eating that have grown comfortable and familiar.

What could go into the lawn next to Northwest Youth Services in Bellingham?

Forty studio apartments for those who are homeless are being proposed for 1022 N. State St., next to Northwest Youth Services. The roughly $10 million project, called 22 North, is a partnership of Northwest Youth Services and the Opportunity Council - two Bellingham nonprofits that focus on helping those in need.

New leadership for The Bellingham Herald

David Zeeck is assuming responsibility for The Bellingham Herald in addition to his role as president and publisher of The News Tribune in Tacoma and The Olympian, according to an announcement from McClatchy, which owns the three media companies. Mark Owings will be leaving the company May 5. He's been with The Herald since 1998 and became publisher in 2010.

A nasty wintera s last gasp: Things that go bump in the road

A car maneuvers around a large pothole in Whatcom County in 2005. This year's potholes are the worst they've been in years after an especially cold winter.

Holiday Inn's New Look Was Designed for the Millennial Mindset

Has "Millennial mindset" just become a euphemism for "smart" and "decent" these days? Either way, it's welcome, especially when it comes to hotel design. The newly opened 153-room Holiday Inn Hotel & Suites Bellingham in Bellingham, Washington is the first Holiday Inn to show off the brand's new H4 guest room design.

Racers try to beat 'The Villain' at Superhero 5K in Bellingham

Racers compete at the Superhero 5K on Saturday, April 22, in Bellingham. The Superhero 5K was put on by The Firs to benefit families in need of after school programs.

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