Podcasts: PM Bellingham

PM Bellingham

PM Bellingham

Monday – Friday from 5 – 6pm
Tracy Ellis and Alex Gray bring you compelling local news, talk and interviews.

Send Tracy your topics and sound-off on an issue.

seattlepacific

PM Bellingham 6/6/14

Seattle Mayor Ed Murray talks about gun violence after the shooting at Seattle Pacific University, KGMI’s Joe Teehan talks with a participant of the Bellingham World Naked Bike Ride, and Shawn Statham talks about the 2014 Charity Youth Football Camp and Humor For Hunger event.

shotgun

PM Bellingham 6/5/14

A gunman opens fire at Seattle Pacific University, NFL quarterback Jake Locker talks about some charity causes he’s supporting in Whatcom County, and an organizer tells us about the Farmer’s Day Parade happening in Lynden Saturday, June 7.

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PM Bellingham 6/4/14

KGMI Legal Analyst Jeffery Lustick talks about what Sgt. Bowe Bergdahl could face if the Army finds that he deserted, a disabled veteran and Ski to Sea racer talks about an incident on an Alaska Air flight, and the owner of Billy McHale’s in Bellingham says the restaurant is closing at the end of the month.

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PM Bellingham 6/3/14

The president of Aerotech Golf describes the product they make in Bellingham, Semiahmoo Resort Golf & Spa kicks off a new activity for the summer, and the BBB has some tips to help you avoid re-doing remodels and home repairs.

smoke stack

PM Bellingham 6/2/14

President Obama talks about the proposed new EPA carbon pollution rules, the Puget Sound Partnership talks about a panel in Bellingham on ocean acidification and fish conservation, and the American Cancer Society tells us about the North Whatcom Relay For Life.

Gas Pump

PM Bellingham 5/30/14

An expert says Canada’s carbon tax is causing BC drivers to fill up in Washington, an alcohol watchdog group says Bellingham’s beer industry is not all positive, and the Bellingham Seahawkers booster club is holding a fundraiser for victims of the Oso Mudslide.

beer glass

PM Bellingham 5/29/14

Bellingham\Whatcom County Tourism honors local businesses for bringing tourists to our area, the chairman of Bellingham Beer Week talks about the impact of beer on local tourism, and Woods Coffee begins roasting all of its coffee in Whatcom County.

tap water

PM Bellingham 5/28/14

Bellingham Police describe a SWAT operation that results in the safe recovery of two children, State Rep. Vincent Buys talks about a May 29th meeting on “Water Solutions for Whatcom County,” and ConsumerMan Herb Weisbaum explains how to avoid getting scammed on a vacation home.

drunk driver car

PM Bellingham 5/27/14

Bellingham Police describe the deadly suspected drunk-driving crash that happened downtown early Monday, Drayton Harbor Oyster Company talks about shellfish health in the bay, and President Barack Obama says the U.S. will conclude its combat mission in Afghanistan this year.

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PM Bellingham 5/23/14

Ski to Sea Race Director Pete Coy talks about the improved timing system that’ll be used in this year’s race, an organizer describes what’ll be at the Historic Fairhaven Festival after the race, and Dillon Honcoop explains how KGMI is able to provide complete coverage of the big race.

Recent Headlines

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Thanksgiving grease cooks up plumbing disasters

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Thanksgiving is a royal pain in the U.S. drain.

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Bellingham coffee stand robbed at gunpoint

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An I Wana Moka employee was told to run by the armed man

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Mount Baker Ski Area partially opens

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Just the hand tow and chair 2 will be open until 2 p.m. Thanksgiving Thursday

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NFL offers Thanksgiving tripleheader on KPUG

A football before the first half of an NFL preseason football game between the Green Bay Packers and the Seattle Seahawks Friday, Aug. 23, 2013, in Green Bay, Wis.

Tripleheader: Bears at Lions, Eagles at the Cowboys and the Seahawks at the 49ers in the finale! Tune it all in NOW on KPUG.

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Ebola survivors thankful for ‘second chance’

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Six of the nine Ebola patients treated in the U.S. met for the first time.