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Two Ferndale teachers picked to attend national conference

Primary Sources Summer Teacher Institute by the Library of Congress

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Police seek warrant to hold man linked to child death

Four year old dies from self inflicted gun shot

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Tour de Whatcom, peddling for a cause

Eight annual charity ride

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City and Port candidates open up at election forum

Listen to podcasts of last night’s event

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Cannabis coalition suing city over marijuana moratorium

Says Bellingham doesn’t have the power under state law

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New rules aim at reducing phosphorus in Lake Whatcom

Lot developments now must have storm water treatment systems

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Striking workers told take it or leave

Sakuma Brothers Farms no longer negotiating

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Today in entertainment history: March 3

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A look at today in entertainment history.

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After mild winter, Skagit Valley flowers blooming early

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Fields of yellow daffodils near La Conner are blooming already and Skagit Valley tulips could flower early too

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Higher Senate threshold for new taxes ruled unconstitutional

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Lt. Gov. rules that a Senate rule to make it harder to take action on new taxes is unconstitutional.

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Senate passes $15 billion transportation package

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he Senate has approved a transportation package that includes an incremental gas tax increase

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Governor signs medal of valor bill for Oso rescuers

Tayler Drayton, 16, finishes painting words of support on a bus stop for those affected by a deadly mudslide nearly two weeks earlier nearby, Thursday, April 3, 2014, in Oso, Wash. More than a dozen people are listed as missing and 30 bodies have been found in debris from the March 22 landslide that broke off a steep hill, roared across the North Fork of the Stillaguamish River and buried a community at Oso, about 55 miles north of Seattle.

Gov. Jay Inslee has signed a bill to allow awarding the medal of valor to a group