In the July 2017 Print EditionJun 30, 2017 06:00AM ● By Pamela Johnson
In the July 2017 print edition...
Below are some highlights from the print edition, and below that you can click on the newspaper icon to view a PDF file of the July issue in its entirety.
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Following are some highlights from the latest issue. (To view the PDF file of the July print edition, scroll down below the highlights and click on the box in the center of the small newspaper. When you're done, simply press "Escape" to exit.)
Summer's here and that’s a definite signal that roadwork in Bellingham is in high gear or about to get underway very soon in others. Read Ken Hamwey's Municipal Spotlight to find out where. Read More »
Sarah Edwards, who set 16 school records at Bellingham and became a high school All-American, ended her freshman year at Virginia Tech on a positive note in an event that's new for her. Read More »
It appears that Bellingham native Kristen Fleury has found her niche in life. Fleury, who graduated from BHS and then BU worked in business, then decided in 2015 to become a teacher. Read More »
Franklin WWII veteran Al Lewis and Korean War veteran Bob Weidman recently traveled together on an Honor Flight from Logan Airport to Washington DC Read More »
Long-time Bellingham resident Stacia Szuflicki recently celebrated her 101st birthday, most of those years spent living in Bellingham. She recently met with us at the Lydia Taft House... Read More »
Bellingham High has had its share of athletes who followed their parents and became part of a father-son or mother-daughter combination or some other combination of the two. Read More »
July 2017 print edition of the Bellingham Bulletin