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What’s the Deal With: The Bellingham Armory?

The 111-year-old building began as a storage facility

The Bellingham Armory was built in 1911 after several thefts of National Guard weapons convinced the state to fund a secure armory. New pickleball courts will go in the Armory Building this fall.
The Bellingham Armory was built in 1911 after several thefts of National Guard weapons convinced the state to fund a secure armory. New pickleball courts will go in the Armory Building this fall. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Emma Gardner News Intern
Walk along North State Street toward the South Hill neighborhood and you may come across an imposing
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