NATION & WORLD

Whatcom Chief to get a hybrid-electric replacement

By RALPH SCHWARTZ Staff Reporter

August 16, 2022 at 4:50 p.m.


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ELECTIONS

Wednesday update changes nothing in local primaries

Latest ballot count confirms initial projections

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ELECTIONS

Whatcom, Skagit ballots under GOP scrutiny since 2020

Whatcom auditor assures voters elections are secure

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ELECTIONS

Early numbers suggest strong voter turnout in Whatcom

County primary ballots featured three contested races in the 42nd

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ELECTIONS

Larsen, Matthews likely to advance to Congressional general election

Preliminary results show Call in third, dimming hopes of a two-Democrat face-off

ELECTIONS

Preliminary primary election results

Results will be certified Aug. 16

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ELECTIONS

Live Election Day coverage: Beginning at 6 p.m.

Preliminary results will be posted by tonight

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ELECTIONS

Primary Election ballots due 8 p.m. Tuesday

Whatcom voters urged to use ballot drop boxes amid USPS staffing shortages

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GOVERNMENT

US Senate unanimously passes Formula Act

Bill introduced by DelBene signed by president Friday

INDIGENOUS AFFAIRS

U.S. Supreme Court case could impact local tribal sovereignty

What Oklahoma v. Castro-Huerta means in NW Washington

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GOVERNMENT

US House passes bill to eliminate tariffs on baby formula

Senate expected to take up issue as soon as next week

ELECTIONS

9 candidates challenge Larsen’s 22-year hold on congressional seat

Corporate campaign financing key difference among top candidates

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HEALTH

Reproductive rights uncertain after Roe's demise, even in Whatcom

For now, it's 'business as usual' at Planned Parenthood

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LAW & JUSTICE

Bellingham responds to the reversal of Roe

'What can happen in Texas can happen in Washington, if we’re not vigilant'

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HEALTH

DelBene introduces bill to eliminate tariffs on imported baby formula

Move intended to lower formula costs as domestic plants ramp up production