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Bellingham High School hosts robotics competition

Students gain engineering and life skills

Bellingham junior Calla Young and sophomore Katie Knies try to solve a coding issues from their robot on their laptop.
Bellingham junior Calla Young and sophomore Katie Knies try to solve a coding issue with their robot Feb. 8 during robotics class at Bellingham High School. "It's a good combination of frustrating and fun," Young said. (Trenton Almgren-Davis/Cascadia Daily News)
By Kelton Burns News Intern
Walking through the front doors of Bellingham High School on Saturday, Feb. 11 was a lot like walkin
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