Weekday afternoons from 5 – 6pm
Tracy Ellis and Peter Wagner bring you the latest news and the most compelling interviews of the day with the people behind the stories.
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.
Hosts Tracy Ellis and Alex Gray broadcast live at the Cascade Radio Group summer party from an undisclosed location on Lake Samish.
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.
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.
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.
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.
Top Shelf Cannabis in Bellingham talks about making the first legal sale of marijuana in Washington State, Tracy Ellis broadcasts live from Joe Martin Stadium for Cascade Radio Group night with the Bellingham Bells, and Scott Less from KISM talks about the Downtown Sounds free concert series in downtown Bellingham.
Recreational pot shops open Tuesday in Washington, we talk with 2020 Solutions as they get ready for this historic moment in marijuana history, the State Liquor Control Board tells us some rules about pot in Washington, and Bellingham Public Works explains why they’re shutting down James Street near Sunset Pond for the next 6 months.
Whatcom County law enforcement hope to get to zero alcohol-related crashes by 2030, local Chamber of Commerce president Guy Occhiogrosso talks about the annual Haggen Family 4th of July celebration, and a Ferndale woman tells us why she transformed her home into a Seahawks 12th Man house.
Bellingham Police say paving scammers are targeting local businesses, we talk with the organizers of a golf tournament who want to bring back WWU football, and Whatcom County photographer Mark Turner talks about his new field guide: Trees and Shrubs of the Pacific Northwest.