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Monday, June 8, 201506/08/2015

Morning Show 6/8/15

In Morning Show

Should groups who take Whatcom tax dollars be able to lobby the County Council?

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Monday, June 8, 201506/08/2015

Morning News and Sports 6/8/15

In Morning News

With Joe Teehan, Alex Gray and Mark Scholten.

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Sunday, June 7, 201506/07/2015

Wealth Wake Up – 6/7/15

In Wealth Wake Up

Host Dick Donahue is on the money with the latest financial news.

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Sunday, June 7, 201506/07/2015

The Whatcom Report – 6/7/15

In Whatcom Report

Host Bill Gorman talks with Frank Cornett, CEO of Silver Reef Casino.

House Real Estate

Saturday, June 6, 201506/06/2015

Radio Real Estate – 6/6/15

In Radio Real Estate

Guest host Lyle Sorenson chats about local real estate.

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Saturday, June 6, 201506/06/2015

In The Shop – 6/6/15

In In the Shop

Dan from Bellingham Automotive and Kirk from Angler Automotive take your calls, and ask “What Would You Do?”

US Constitution

Saturday, June 6, 201506/06/2015

Saturday Morning Live – 6/6/15

In Saturday Morning Live

Host Kris Halterman chats with Kerry Whitworth, Elizabeth Thistle, Eric Broussard and Allen Brown about protecting our Constitution.

CORRECTS FROM CHIARA ROSE TO CHIARA D’ANGELO-In this Friday, May 22, 2015 photo provided by Reese Semanko, a woman identified as Chiara D’Angelo has suspended herself in a climbing harness from the anchor chain of the Royal Dutch Shell support ship Arctic Challenger in the harbor at Bellingham, Wash. Rob Lewis, spokesman for protest organizers Rising Tide Bellingham, said she was protesting Shell's plan for Arctic drilling. The Coast Guard said it has no plans to remove her but has impounded the activists' support vessels. The ship isn't scheduled to leave the port for several days.

Thursday, June 4, 201506/04/2015

PM Bellingham for 6/4/15

In PM Bellingham

Citations are handed down to 4 protesters, two of whom chained themselves to the ‘Arctic Challenger,’ chocolate apparently tastes so bad because we want it so much (a Newsweek reporter explains), and it’s Washington Wine of the Week time! Dan Radil showcases a summer-friendly offering from Dynasty Cellars.

A laboratory technician shows isolated Escherichia coli bacteria at the Bulgarian Food Safety Agency's micro biological laboratory in Sofia, Bulgaria, Friday, June 10, 2011. German vegetables caused an E. coli outbreak that has killed 29 people and sickened 3,000, investigators announced Friday after tracking the bacteria from patients in hospital beds to restaurants and then farm fields.

Thursday, June 4, 201506/04/2015

Morning Show 6/4/15

In Morning Show

New details about the Lynden E. Coli outbreak explain how kids got sick

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Wednesday, June 3, 201506/03/2015

PM Bellingham for 6/3/15

In PM Bellingham

The investigation into the E. coli outbreak continues, and a new link has been found, millennials are flooding out of college and (very unsuccessfully) looking for jobs, and Consumerman Herb Weisbaum warns of “cash advances.”