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The flight of a disc

Disc golf has become a mainstay in Bellingham

Kyle Miller throws a disc on March 22 into one of the baskets he handcrafted and placed on the Bellingham Technical College campus. Miller is a pipe-welding instructor and constructed the baskets out of scrap metal in the shop.
Kyle Miller throws a disc on March 22 into one of the baskets he handcrafted and placed on the Bellingham Technical College campus. Miller is a pipe-welding instructor and constructed the baskets out of scrap metal in the shop. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Jonathan Tall News Intern
With or without a beer in the hands of players, disc golf is taking off and is expected to have a bi

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