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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

Bellingham News
February stormsa cost rises to $2.5 million in Whatcom County

Steve Banham, Lynden public works director explains how a failed culvert created a sinkhole along North 8th Street, resulting in a road closure that could take months to fix and could cost from $500,000 to $1 million to fix. A state snowplow clears a snowdrift on Highway 9 north of the city of Nooksack, Feb. 8, 2017, after a semi truck jackknifed on the road.

Bellingham man still missing, despite 2 days of searches

After two days of searching, authorities have failed to find an 87-year-old man with dementia who went missing Monday night from his home in the Fairhaven area of south Bellingham. Liberato "Bob" Trotta was last seen at his home about 10 p.m. Monday.

Pipeline protesters call for Bellingham to drop US Bank

Opponents of the construction of the Dakota Access pipeline are calling for Bellingham to pull its money out of U.S. Bank, which has committed to lending money to a parent company of the pipeline. The Bellingham Herald reported Sunday that opponents of the pipeline recently went before the City Council to make its case.

Portion of Boulevard Park trail closed

Closed areas of South Bay Trail at north end of Boulevard Park in Bellingham Tuesday, Feb. 21, 2017. Bellingham Parks and Recreation Department closed the area after recent damage from high tides.

SUV strikes man in Bellingham crosswalk, severely injuring him

A young man crossing a Bellingham street suffered a head injury when he was struck by an SUV around noon Tuesday, according to police. The man was walking through a crosswalk in an S-curve around 12:30 p.m. by Master Lube, 1111 E. Maple St., when a northbound Nissan Pathfinder hit him, witnesses said.

Forecasters see a gray, wet week ahead a " with sun by the weekend

Whatcom County residents will see a chilly, gray and wet week ahead with one bright spot - Saturday appears sunny for now, forecasters said. "It's definitely looking showery," said meteorologist Johnny Burg at the National Weather Service in Seattle.

Some Whatcom County school districts have plans to recoup time lost to snow

Some Whatcom County school districts have issued plans for making up snow days racked up during storms this month and in December. Every public district in the county has used at least six snow days, a result of the county's lowland snowfall, which was much heavier and frequent this winter than in recent years.

Bellingham to pay nearly $500,000 to ensure new Options High gets built on time

This rendering shows the main entrance along Franklin Street for the planned Options High School building. A series of construction delays means Bellingham Public Schools will pay nearly $472,000 to ensure the building is completed in time for the 2017-18 school year.

Motorcyclist dead in crash on Guide Meridian north of Bellingham, authorities say

A motorcyclist is dead after a crash Friday afternoon with a car on Guide Meridian Road at the intersection of Laurel Road, according to the Washington State Patrol. The motorcyclist has not yet been identified but is a man in his 60s, said Dr. Gary Goldfogel, Whatcom County medical examiner, in an email.

Bellingham reaffirms it wona t enforce immigration laws. Whata s next?

What does the council's unanimous decision to limit cooperation with immigration officials mean? Is it even a change from what the city does now? There isn't one definition but, broadly, it's a jurisdiction that refuses to ask people about their immigration status or declines to detain people solely because they're undocumented immigrants, saying local resources and local police shouldn't be used to enforce civil immigration laws that are the responsibility of the federal government. "Our job is to protect the residents of Bellingham.

Sinkhole closes Lynden street

The race is on to secure $7.7 million needed to protect all 1,600 forested acres on Blanchard Mountain in Skagit County from being logged. Popular recreation areas in the core include the trail to Oyster Dome.

Whatcom County resident, 19, opens fire on fleeing home invasion burglars, deputies say

A home invasion west of Ferndale ended in four arrests Tuesday, after the resident opened fire on the fleeing suspects. A group of armed men wearing bandannas and masks knocked on a door in the 4900 block of Elder Road around 11 a.m., according to the Whatcom County Sheriff's Office.

Bellingham man had 5,000 child porn images on computer, charges say

Federal agents were investigating files shared over the peer-to-peer network eMule in February 2016, when they found a user, "Jim," shared images of a sex act between kids under the age of 12. Agents traced the IP address to the apartment of James Leonard Cunningham, 75. A few months later, in May, law enforcement carried out of a search warrant at the unit in the 4900 block of South Samish Way. Cunningham waived his rights and admitted to having child porn, according to formal charges filed this week in Whatcom County Superior Court.

Voyeur strikes Sehome neighborhood 4 times, Bellingham police say

Detectives are seeking tips after a voyeur was caught spying on young women in the Sehome neighborhood on four separate days in the past week, Bellingham police said Thursday. Since Saturday four college-aged women within a A1 2-mile radius have reported a man in a dark hoodie shining a flashlight into their windows, said Bellingham Police Lt.

Savor tastes at annual Bite of Blaine

The Blaine Community Chamber of Commerce hosts the 17th Annual Bite of Blaine on Monday at Semiahmoo Resort, 9565 Semiahmoo Parkway, with samplings cooked up by restaurants and area food confectioners from Blaine and Birch Bay. Doors open at 6 p.m. with a no-host bar; tastings begin at 6:30 p.m., and there's a live auction at 7:30 p.m. Proceeds go toward Blaine's Fourth of July Fireworks.

Boulder's PanTheryx announces acquisitions

Boulder-based PanTheryx, which makes a bovine-based treatment for diarrhea, is acquiring two companies, APS BioGroup, of Phoenix, and La Belle Associates, of Bellingham, WA, which produce colostrum and related nutritional products.

Council affirms Bellingham will protect undocumented immigrants

Video from the Seattle Channel introduces a Sanctuary Cities segment from its weekly public affairs show City Inside/Out. Jorge Baron, executive director of Northwest Immigrant Rights Project, and Ira Mehlman, media director of FAIR, Federation for American Immigration Reform discuss immigration issues and the sanctuary movement.

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