NEWS

Border COVID restrictions dropping Oct. 1

By ASSOCIATED PRESS CDN wire services

September 26, 2022 at 1:50 p.m.


LAW & JUSTICE

Bicyclist struck by car, airlifted to Harborview

Anacortes man injured in collision on Chuckanut Drive

PARKS & REC

Abandoned tracks in Whatcom Falls Park on last legs

Wooden trestle set to be demolished next summer

LAW & JUSTICE

Police catch Saturday bank robbery suspect in 44 minutes

Suspect arrested with all but $100

GOVERNMENT

Cayou Channel officially renamed to honor Coast Salish leader

Dedication ceremony on Oct. 2

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HOUSING

Four years after controversy, city seeks to relax ADU rules

Public supports housing type at hearing

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ENVIRONMENT

Aleutian Isle fishing vessel recovered after 39 days

Vessel no longer poses a significant threat to environment

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GOVERNMENT

Bellingham Salary Commission seeks public input

Sept. 28 hearing to focus on City Council's pay

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PARKS & REC

Grant application for Boulevard Park fix ranks No. 1

Bellingham expects to receive $500K

ENVIRONMENT

What's spewing into the Nooksack River near Ferndale?

City officials say discharge is 'cleaner than the river water it's going into'

CIVIC AGENDA

Civic Agenda: Sept. 22 – 28, 2022

This week's meetings, hearings and opportunities for public input

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ELECTIONS

Campaign gears up to sell child care to voters

November ballot measure would increase property taxes

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SAFETY

Dems: More fixes on the way for broken police reforms

Legislature to address police pursuits, drug laws

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COVID-19

‘No decisions made’ on expiring border vaccine requirement

For now, proof of vaccines is still required to enter Canada

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EDUCATION

Pandemic's effects wane as WWU returns

Campus and classrooms fully open; masking, COVID boosters optional