In the June 2017 Print Edition
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The June issue is, as usual, packed with useful information for those who are living in and raising families in Bellingham, or those who used to live here and simply want to stay connected. Below are some highlights from the print edition. To view a PDF file of the June issue in its entirety, click in the center of the newspaper icon below. (When you're done, press "Esc" to exit.)
Kudos to the students in the Bellingham High SADD and those who assisted them in producing an award-winning public service announcement on the dangers of drinking and driving. Read More »
A small but interested group of people gathered May 9th at the Bellingham Senior Center to hear John (coincidentally named) Root offer tips about growing plants organically. Read More »
Organized by Mike Catalano, more than fifty Bellingham residents gathered on rainy Saturday, April 22, to celebrate Earth Day by cleaning over 2 tons of litter off Bellingham streets. Read More »