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The coach and members of the of the King's High School boys basketball team say it was a "miracle" no one was seriously hurt when their bus overturned after game with L.C.
Lynden-based W-F-C is asking its farmer members to approve the merger with C-H-S Incorporated.
Fundraiser benefits Rebound of Whatcom County
Bellingham also received the honor last year
Suspects accused in five burglaries in Bellingham, Fairhaven
A swastika and the words, "get out" had been painted on an outside wall of the Hindu Temple and Cultural Center. The graffiti was discovered Sunday.
The Washington health exchange signed up another 20,000 people for private health insurance over the weekend.
A new application season has opened for charter schools in Washington state.
The Washington state House has unanimously passed a bill to outlaw ticket bots — computer software that beats humans trying to buy seats online for concerts and sporting events.
A lawmaker says she will introduce a bill that could reduce Boeing's multibillion dollar tax break if the company trims its overall Washington state workforce.
Two legislators want to do something about the high cost of college textbooks.
Whatcom Day Academy is cutting the long interruption of summer break down to five weeks in August.
Similar Seattle startup will close down
Aviation director believes it's a "short-term" decline
Students at Olympic Christian School in Port Angeles have to show proof of measles immunization, or else go into quarantine.
Eight high school basketball players a coach and the bus driver were taken to the hospital with minor injuries.
The Ports of Seattle and Tacoma, along with ports all along the west coast, are scheduled to reopen on Tuesday.
A bill in Olympia aims to improve the understanding of Puget Sound's little fish.
State health officials are interviewing women who lost babies to a deadly birth defect.
A Bellingham man is accused of trying to kill his estranged wife's new lover on Valentine's Day.