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14-year-old suspected in Cordata attacks
Bill would give large electric utilities an alternative way to comply with a state law requiring them to get more energy from renewable sources.
The Wyoming Legislature has approved a measure to allow the state to issue up to $1 billion in bonds to finance construction of a coal port in the Northwest.
Says he can provide stability for council
Volunteer firefighter finishes 16th out of 1,710
He is on community supervision with Department of Corrections
Move allows tribe to put previously-unusable lands into trust
The Mount Baker Ski area is suspending operations: General Manager Duncan Howatt says they need at least half-a-foot.
Long serving council member to seek re-election
Social workers would be investigated if they make a mistake in placing a child
The Freedom Foundation has filed the federal suit
Gas prices should start going down next week
86 people died from crashes in last 7 years because of drowsy driving
Newer wood burning stoves would conform to standards
Draw comparisons with Ferguson police situation
A new report proposes 6 options
Lummi boys basketball beat Neah Bay
Ferndale Police say a man stabbed his wife Friday afternoon and called 911 to say he wanted to kill her
February was a good month for Whatcom County home sales.
The annual Whatcom County Home & Garden Show is this weekend.