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Seattle customers coming to Bellingham for pot

Seattle pot shop bust, boom for local retailer

police in car

Police digital information access program a no go

City to police: Spend grant on something else

burn

Whatcom burn ban goes into effect Tuesday

Hot, dry weather prompts burn ban

fire debris

Central Washington wildfire grows dramatically

Wildfires burning across central Washington

oil ship

Cherry Point dock study available for review

Environmental review of BP dock completed

strawberry field

County wont protect eroding berry field

Council reverses decision to save farmland from Nooksack

coal pile

Survey: More NW people supporting coal terminals

Poll reports more people support than oppose coal terminals

dirty puppy

Convicted puppy mill owners move operation to Canada

Couple guilty of animal cruelty back in trouble

Cup of black coffee amidst coffee beans.

Homeskillet tops Zagat’s reasons to drive to Bellingham

Popular breakfast joint gets national recognition

police lights

Man accused of child molestation at tractor pull

Prosecutor charges man with molesting boy in Lynden

fish dinner

Inslee submits ideas for new water-quality rules

Fish-consumption rate could be set at 175 grams a day

hospital room

Seattle hospital testing brain trauma drug

Brain trauma patients could be given drug without consent

smoking pot

4:20 PM opening for second pot

Second Bellingham pot shop opens

Mobile Slaughterhouse

NFL player tackles local slaughterhouse shortage

Lynden-area farm to provide mobile meat processing

border

DelBene takes on long border wait times

Point Roberts residents petitioning for extended Nexus hours

bellingham fire

Dogs save boy from Blaine house fire

Barking dogs turn into family heroes

gas pump

Gas tax measure to go before Ferndale voters

Ferndale moves forward with penny-per-gallon gas tax

strawberry field

Sakuma Brothers Farms finding community support

Berry farm reports shortage of workers despite claims

pot shop

Only one hiccup for pot shop’s opening day

Bank refuses to make change for pot shop

rental sign

Scaled down landlord registration moves forward

Proposed landlord fee would pay for inspector

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Dustin Johnson takes leave of absence from golf

Dustin Johnson of the US plays a shot on the 17th fairway during the second day of the British Open Golf championship at the Royal Liverpool golf club, Hoylake, England, Friday July 18, 2014.

In a statement Thursday from Hambric Sports Management, the 30-year-old Johnson said his leave of absence was effective immediately.