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Latest ballot count changes little

Van Werven and Sidhu still top two in 42nd District race

Marijuana

Large pot growing operation approved for Ferndale location

Two more marijuana growers licensed in Whatcom County

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Compact roundabouts planned for Slater Road and I-5

County: More roundabouts most practical option

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Medical Examiner: B’Ham woman murdered

The Medical Examiner's Office identifies weekend murder victim

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Father of missing Bremerton girl has record in Whatcom County

Disturbing new details from Whatcom County about father of missing Kitsap girl.

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Up to four sick from eating oysters

Oysters harvesting closed in Samish Bay

Top Shelf Cannabis opening 1

Pot store first to open, now first to sell edibles

Marijuana edibles coming to Bellingham store

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City: Sunnyland lot could hold 34 homes

Sunnyland neighbors express corcern over dense development

Smoke from an Israeli strike rises over Gaza City, Thursday, July 24, 2014. Israeli tanks and warplanes bombarded the Gaza Strip on Thursday, as Hamas militants stuck to their demand for the lifting of an Israeli and Egyptian blockade in the face of U.S. efforts to reach a cease-fire.

City Council’s Gaza resolution dies in committee

City says Gaza conflict out of their domain

Photo courtesy of Komonews.com

Votes for dog won’t be counted

Nyima the dog’s political career short lived

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Woman’s death officially murder investigation

Bellingham Police searching for murder weapon

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Man gets ten years for attempted kidnappings

Grocery store child abductor sentenced

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First round of primary election results in

Sidhu and Van Werven likely advance in 42nd District race

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6-year-old Bremerton girl still missing

Parents of missing girl to take lie detector test

Photo by Washington State department of Archaeology and Historic Preservation

New uses sought for old Washington mental hospital

Former Northern State mental hospital's future unknown

From www.nautigirl.biz

Bellingham company facing trademark battle

Local Nautigirl Brand accused of copying national company

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Primary Election ballots due today

Expected voter turnout 40 percent

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Wash. schools chief: sanctions not needed yet

State superintendent gives lawmakers until next year

Photo courtesy of Komonews.com

Cub burned in wildfire flown to care center

Methow Valley man rescues burnt bear cub

martitime heritage park

Improvements planed for Maritime Heritage park

National Night Out event reclaims troubled park

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