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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
Western Washington hosts 'white privilege' seminar

The seminar at Western Washington University, in Bellingham, is a part of the school's Campus Equity and Inclusion Forums, and will be led by a history professor, who is white, Randall Jimerson. It is designed for faculty, staff and students, and will incorporate presentations, interactive exercises, and facilitated discussions in order to learn 'how to reduce expressions and effects of white privilege', according to the university's website .

Audacious, Adventurous Or Just Nutty? Racing To Alaska On Stand-up Paddleboards

You probably have seen standup paddleboarders along your local shoreline. But can you imagine paddling one of those boards for 750 miles up the Inside Passage to Alaska? Three experienced paddleboarders are in the field of sail or human-powered vessels signed up to compete in this year's Race to Alaska .

Things to do in Whatcom County for the week of

Garth Stein talks about his book, "Enzo & the 4th of July Races," which takes readers on a thrilling racing adventure with Enzo, the beloved dog from "The Art of Racing in the Rain;" Kevin Emerson shares his book, "Last Day on Mars," an epic, science-fiction adventure, complete with alien mysteries and two kids on a mission to save the human race; and Suzanne Selfors discusses her book, "Spirit Riding Free: The Adventure Begins," an adventure about a city girl and a wild mustang who work together to find a new home in the wild west at 7 p.m. Thursday at Village Books, 1200 11th St. The eight-member Southern California Dustbowl Revival, dubbed a "roots orchestra," delivers a youthful take on time-worn American traditions, including bluegrass, swing, jazz, soul and funk at 7 p.m. Tuesday at The Green Frog, 1015 N. State St. The Dip opens.

Port shows off cleanup at Blaine Marina

Washington State Department of Ecology Hydrogeologist Cris Matthews, left, talks about the cleanup plan at the site of a former marine fueling business during a public tour of Blaine Marina on Wednesday, May 24. Following the removal of the fuel tanks and buildings the contaminated soil will be excavated and replaced with clean fill. The tour was organized by RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, Washington State Department of Ecology and Port of Bellingham.

Beaverton dancers take stage at Portland Ballet concert - Thursday, 25 May 2017

In 1917, the legendary French ballet troop Ballets Russes performed in Portland. A hundred years later, The Portland Ballet is commemorating the anniversary with a special tribute to Ballets Russes - and two Beaverton high school seniors are featured prominently in the production.

Therea s more to Memorial Day fun than Ski to Sea

Ski to Sea events take priority for most of Whatcom County, but there are some alternate activities that are just as fun. Hours for the 2017 sale are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at the downtown library, 210 Central Ave. Friday is half-price sale day and Saturday is $4 per bag sale.

Wayfinder Has Podnah's Meat, Chuckanut Beer and a Big Ol' Patio

11 am-10 pm Sunday-Wednesday, 11 am-midnight Thursday-Saturday. This shiny new Produce Row brewpub with an expansive front deck comes from a team that includes Charlie Devereux, formerly of Double Mountain, plus Rodney Muirhead, whose Podnah's Pit rose from a humble cart to become our Restaurant of the Year back in 2011.

This is the best time to get a job in construction. Here's why

Tiger Construction employees, from left to right, Mike Hunholz, Kyle Brady and Malikai Knight remove trash and debris from the construction site of Options High School on Feb. 17, in Bellingham. Construction job growth has taken off locally, rising 25 percent in the past year.

Safety Warning Issued For Solar Systems Made By Failed Company

Consumers who thought they were doing the right thing by buying rooftop solar systems made by a Pacific Northwest company called Silicon Energy are in a pickle. Many of those solar panels have now been labeled defective and a fire risk.

Looking to serve? You still can file for office in several Whatcom County districts

The final map of Whatcom County Council voting districts was approved by the Districting Committee in 2016. Voters changed council districts from three to five in 2015.

He tried to pass on a blind curve. Now hea s facing felony charges

A Bellingham man is facing felony drunken driving, car theft, and other charges following a crash that injured his passenger. Authorities said the man tried to pass several cars on a blind curve near the scene of a recent deadly collision Sunday afternoon on Mount Baker Highway.

How do you keep your kids cool on those hot summer days? Bellingham spray parks have the answer

Wading pools had been fixtures at Fairhaven Park since 1916 and at Cornwall Park since 1938, according to Bellingham historian Aaron Joy's 1999 history of Bellingham parks. But the pools were renovated to spray parks in 2004.

These Salish Sea creatures put on a show that will light up your summer nights

When you see bioluminescence at night for the first time, whether it appears as sparkling aura around a sea lion or the glowing foam of a wave crest, you might blink your eyes and wonder if you're imagining it. "It's like fireflies in the water," said Casey Pruett, director of the Marine Life Center at the Port of Bellingham.

Armed robbers get prison for taking Bellingham mana s wallet to dine at McDonalda s

Three young men have been sentenced to 18 months in prison for robbing a stranger at gunpoint in downtown Bellingham. On the night of Feb. 7, a man reported that two or three masked men exited a white car when they saw him walking in the 1100 block of North Garden Street.

See highlights of the 2017 Junior Ski to Sea Parade

Photos from the parade are shown as a marching band made up of students from Bellingham middle schools performs at the start of the Junior Ski to Sea Parade on Friday, May 19, in Bellingham.

Herea s who is running for new Whatcom County Council districts, other cities

The final map of Whatcom County Council voting districts was approved by the Districting Committee in 2016. Voters changed council districts from three to five in 2015.

PSE "Energize Eastside" Environmental Impact Statement (EIS) is open for comment

Maybe you've heard about PSE's plans to collect up to $1 billion through higher energy bills to build the "Energize Eastside" transmission line. PSE hopes to install giant new poles and high-voltage wires through 18 miles of the Eastside.

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