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.

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Smoke from an Israeli strike rises over Gaza City, Thursday, July 24, 2014. Israeli tanks and warplanes bombarded the Gaza Strip on Thursday, as Hamas militants stuck to their demand for the lifting of an Israeli and Egyptian blockade in the face of U.S. efforts to reach a cease-fire.

PM Bellingham 7/23/14

The Bellingham City Council is weighing in on the conflict between Israel and Gaza, Project Homeless Connect is happening Friday to help connect homeless people with service providers, and a local magazine and shuttle company are teaming up to provide tours.

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PM Bellingham 7/21/14

We talk with a man who lost his home in the Carlton Complex wildfire in Central Washington, the BBB warns of scams as Seahawks tickets to on sale, and Sports Director Doug Lange tells us about Michael Koenen and Jake Locker’s Charity Youth Football Camp in Ferndale.

Joe Martin Field. Bellingham, WA.  Photo Credit: Doug Lange

PM Bellingham 7/18/14

KGMI’s Tracy Ellis broadcasts live from Joe Martin Field for the Bellingham Bells Back to School Night with Charter College.

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PM Bellingham 7/17/14

A passenger plane is shot down over Ukraine and Israel begins a ground invasion of Gaza, NFL player Michael Koenen talks about the “Humor for Hunger” event this Saturday, and ConsumerMan Herb Weisbaum tells us about the latest phone scam.

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PM Bellingham 7/16/14

SSA Marine announces a new lower-impact site plan for the Gateway Pacific Terminal, opponents of the proposed coal-shipping terminal say the new site plan has the same old problems, and ABC tells the story of a former Army major who went being considered a hero to a disgrace.

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PM Bellingham 7/15/14

Hosts Tracy Ellis and Alex Gray broadcast live at the Cascade Radio Group summer party from an undisclosed location on Lake Samish.

Mount Baker Hwy fire

PM Bellingham 7/14/14

The Whatcom County Fire Marshal’s Office describes a fire off the Mount Baker Highway that left one man dead, the NW Clean Air Agency is launching a mold prevention campaign, and KGMI’s Tracy Ellis and Dillon Honcoop talk with their health coaches about ways to avoid snacking.

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PM Bellingham 7/11/14

Scotty VanDryver from KAFE-FM talks about the Relay For Life of Whatcom County taking place tonight, the Mayor of Lynden says the city wants to buy some property for use as a future park, and the co-chair of Bellingham Pride 2014 talks about some of the gay pride events taking place this weekend.

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PM Bellingham 7/10/14

Retired NYPD detective Bill Williams talks about why he’s opposed to legalized marijuana in Washington, the Whatcom County Fire Marshal’s office tells us why they’re enacting a burn ban, and the Ferndale Food Bank talks about their “Humor For Hunger” event July 19th at the NW Wash. Fairgrounds.

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PM Bellingham 7/9/14

Congresswoman Suzan DelBene wants to reduce wait times at the border in Whatcom County, Tampa Bay Buccaneers punter Michael Koenen talks about a possible solution to the slaughterhouse controversy in Whatcom County, and restaurant Homeskillet tops Zagat’s reasons to drive to Bellingham.

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