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Navigating the night: Reflections on severe-weather sheltering and homelessness

Health director's up-close view of Whatcom winter survival

A closed sign underneath a overnight severe weather shelter sign with how to get information on the current shelter status.
The Whatcom County Health and Community Services operated a severe weather shelter during the January cold snap in a space on State Street. (Hailey Hoffman/Cascadia Daily News)
By Erika Lautenbach Guest Writer
It was cold this month. Really cold. The kind of cold that makes your face numb as you tal
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