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Bellingham/Whatcom Chamber of Commerce Interim Director Bill Gorman tells KGMI that Canadians will keep coming south to shop even as the Loonie fell to 93 cents this week.
Mikhail Carpenter with the Wash. State Liquor Control Board describes how people are rushing to enter the marijuana business in Whatcom County and statewide as the application deadline approaches.
Helen Morgan Parmett from WWU’s Communications Dept. talks about her speech for the Dec. 10th International Human Rights Day Celebration in Bellingham.
WSU science writer Eric Sorenson talks about their recent study which found that organic milk may be better for people than conventional milk.
Bellingham Police Officer Mark Young explains what people can do about panhandlers as Arlington and Marysville launch efforts to stem panhandling.
Executive Director Stacy Rice from the Mount Baker Chapter of the American Red Cross says describes their 16th annual Real Heroes Celebration fundraiser held on Dec. 5.
Birch Bay Cafe and Bistro General Manager Steve Hendricks describes the changes they’ve made to withstand king tides one year after a storm devastated the business.
Jeff Hegedus with the Whatcom County Health Dept. describes how the women discovered their home was contaminated with meth after experiencing health problems.
Beer Institute president Joe McClain says the foamy beverage now generates a large amount of economic activity and creates many jobs.
Ron Buchinski with the Lighthouse Mission tells KGMI how winter can be especially hard for the homeless.