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Sehome neighbors celebrate historical sign’s return

Sign undergoes 'saging' ceremony to protect it from bad energy

Matt Tellez, left and Katrina Whitefield sage the "Welcome to the Historic Sehome Neighborhood" sign right outside the residential home.
Matt Tellez, left and Katrina Whitefield sage the "Welcome to the Historic Sehome Neighborhood" sign on Thursday, July 13. The sign was nearly destroyed by a drunk driver a few years ago, so the neighborhood held a saging ceremony to expel the bad energy and hopefully protect it. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Amy Kepferle Staff Reporter
Pedestrians and people driving by the corner of Mason and Maple streets in Bellingham last week may
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