By Antonio Unpingco Bellingham’s summer college league baseball team, the Bells, started their season with a three game series on Friday in British Columbia at Elks Stadium, home of the Kelowna Falcons.
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Whatcom geology students recognized for work
By Antonio Unpingco Whatcom students Silas Maclachlin, Tyler Welch and Taylor Kent tested soil and water quality at the Growing Veterans Farm in Lynden for Dr. Kaatje Kraft’s Geology 110 class. Welch and Kent presented their findings at the American Geophysical Union’s national virtual poster showcase, where their digest was…
‘Stories Deployed’: Whatcom County veterans put pen to paper on experiences in service
By Antonio Unpingco Military veterans and their stories document our history. There is a custom of writers interpreting their war experiences like Gertrude Stein, J.R.R. Tolkien, and Ernest Hemingway.
Bellingham United kicks off 2016 season
By Antonio Unpingco, photo courtesy of David Willoughby Soccer culture in the Pacific Northwest is growing with professional teams like the Seattle Sounders, Portland Timbers, and Vancouver Whitecaps. In 2012 Bellingham got its own team to root for, the Bellingham United Football Club, known by their fans as the Hammers.
Whatcom county caucus held at college
By Antonio Unpingco The next step in electing a democratic presidential candidate was the county convention and legislative district caucuses, held at Whatcom on May 1. This year’s County Convention had a record turnout.
WCC students recognized by Gov. Inslee
By Antonio Unpingco Gov. Jay Inslee commended Whatcom Community College students Na Eun Kim and Alan Alatorre at the 21st annual All-Washington Academic Team ceremony in Olympia on March 24.