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Ski to Sea budget in rough waters after hiatus

Cancellations, inflation, COVID spelled trouble for Bellingham tradition

Volunteer Tom Petersen uses a brushcutter to clear a new path for the cyclocross leg of the Ski to Sea race near Marine View Drive and the Nooksack River on May 21. The Ski to Sea race committee was forced to reroute the course due to flooding and new development that took place during the two-year gap in races.
Volunteer Tom Petersen uses a brushcutter to clear a new path for the cyclocross leg of the Ski to Sea race near Marine View Drive and the Nooksack River on May 21. The Ski to Sea race committee was forced to reroute the course due to flooding and new development that took place during the two-year gap in races. (Andy Bronson/Cascadia Daily News)
By Audra Anderson Assistant Editor
Like many nonprofits and businesses, Bellingham’s annual Ski to Sea race was a near-victim of

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