In the February 2016 Print Edition
Jan 28, 2016 06:00AM
● By Pamela Johnson
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The Shaw family came up with the idea of building a splashpad at Silver Lake Park in memory of their infant twin son, Alex, who died at just 6 weeks old. Read More »
Pauline Hamwey was the winner of a $500 gift certificate given away by Bellingham Electric in celebration of their outdoor renovation project. Read More »
We’ve all heard of the Pilgrims and the Mayflower, but how many of us really understand what their journey and life was really like? South Elementary 3rd graders find out. Read More »
The top priority of the Bellingham Conservation Commission is wetlands protection. They apply the state's Wetlands Protection Act at the local level. Read More »
BHS’s two varsity basketball teams were unable to advance to the championship round of the 10th Barry Hutchinson Memorial Tourney on Dec. 27-28. Read about this & more in Ken Hamwey's Sports Spotlight. Read More »
The Bellingham Business Association (BBA) gathered on a frigid January at Rock 'n Coal for an update on the Bellingham School Department. Read More »
At Jalapeños Grill the focus is on fresh, authentic, hand-prepared food Mexican food. Stop in at the Plaza at Bellingham Commons and check them out. Read More »
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