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Ex-youth football, fitness, Sehome coach pleads to murder  Tri-City Herald

A former professional football player who ran youth football camps and owned a fitness boot camp in Bellingham and was a Sehome assistant coach pleaded ...

Sehome High School's new $103M building opens for classes  Bellingham Herald

Students filled the halls of Sehome High School's new building for the first time as they welcomed the start of spring semester Jan. 30. Voters approved the $103 ...

Sehome High School | Jan. 30 opening planned for new classrooms  The Bellingham Herald

Sehome High School's new building is scheduled to hold it's first classes Jan. 30, 2019. The new building will include a two-story floor plan, turf sports fields, and ...

What’s the plan for the Armory building? Officials to introduce project on Monday  Bellingham Herald

Developers are leaning toward creating several different uses for the large, empty Armory building near Western Washington University. A public meeting is ...

Sehome High School reconstruction finishes ahead of schedule  KGMI

1-31-2019. BELLINGHAM, Wash. — The new Sehome High School opened its doors to staff and students Wednesday. Superintendent Greg Baker sent an ...

Demolition of Sehome’s old gym uncovers asbestos, but district says precautions taken  The Bellingham Herald

Demolition of the old gym building at Sehome High School has uncovered more asbestos-wrapped pipes in the walls and flooring than anticipated, but the ...

Sehome High School: From Old Building to New

Sehome High School has been a construction site since the groundbreaking two years ago, housing both new and old buildings. The original building, built ...

Sehome graduate’s friends ‘knew I had it when they saw the Final Jeopardy category’  Bellingham Herald

Sehome graduate Dana Wayne recently appeared on an episode of “Jeopardy!” and as a returning champion, she'll be on a show Wednesday. She is the ...

It’s been 30 years since Bellingham had an NFL player, but that should change in April  The Bellingham Herald

Whatcom County is only months away from once again having a homegrown player to root for in the National Football League. Sehome High graduate Taylor ...

New Bellingham Central Kitchen Revamps School Lunches

Bellingham central kitchen was officially unveiled in November 2018. The first food from the site was served to students at Sehome High School.

Whatcom schools are building new projects totaling $240 million; here’s where they’re going  The Bellingham Herald

Many Whatcom County K-12 students will be learning in new or renovated digs before the end of 2017 as districts move forward with nearly $240 million in ...

‘We can’t say for sure that it is not the same person,’ Bellingham police say of voyeur  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham Police responded to the Happy Valley neighborhood early Wednesday for the report of a voyeur along Ferry Avenue, east of Sehome High School.

Want to help build a new Sehome High School? Here’s some info for you  The Bellingham Herald

The Associated General Contractors is hosting an event for companies interested in working on one of this year's largest construction projects in Whatcom ...

Lyncs volleyball cruises to road win with sweep of Sehome  Lynden Tribune

BELLINGHAM – The second-ranked Lynden Christian volleyball team extended its win streak to four matches Thursday night after dominating Sehome in ...

He coached Sehome to 532 wins and three titles, but here's one thing his resume needed  The Bellingham Herald

A beloved teacher and legendary baseball coach at Sehome High School has been selected for induction into the state high school hall of fame. Gary Hatch ...

Break out the caps and gowns — here's when Whatcom County graduations are scheduled  The Bellingham Herald

Whatcom County high schools and colleges will all hold their graduations for the Class of 2018 during the month of June.

Bellingham schools are asking voters for $155 million. Here’s what it would be spent on  The Bellingham Herald

Voters asked to approve a $155 million bond for projects that include replacing three elementary schools built in the 1950s in north Bellingham.

Sehome High School Teams Head to State Science Olympiad

Guided by dedicated teachers and led by the students themselves, Sehome High School's Science Olympiad teams learn and compete in a variety of ...

A new life in Bellingham  Lynden Tribune

WHATCOM — A 6-year-old boy in shoulder pads and a jersey cries on the sideline of a football field in Temple, Texas. Jay Travier is the youngest kid by two.

Sehome High School Student, Jennifer Frye, Chosen for Gap Year Fellowship in Ecuador

Sehome High School's Jennifer Frye will spend a year in Ecuador conserving indigenous arts and culture through the Bridge Year program at Tufts University.

Kiwanis Club of Bellingham and Sehome High School Annual Compost Sale (2017-04-22)

The Kiwanis Club of Bellingham is excited to announce they will again be partnering with Sehome High School on a compost sale fundraiser benefiting SHS ...

Cle Elum-Roslyn School District narrowed superintendent position down to four  Daily Record-News

The Cle Elum-Roslyn School District has narrowed superintendent candidates down to four. The potential candidates are Danny Frazier, Robert Bowman, Ellen ...

Sehome football looking to rebuild culture in 2017  The Bellingham Herald

After a winless campaign in 2016, new coach Kevin Beason hopes to rebuild the culture of Sehome football and protect the “S” in 2017.

Bellingham's offense stalls in 6-0 loss to River Ridge  Lynden Tribune

BELLINGHAM -- Bellingham baseball was held hitless through five innings as River Ridge capitalized on five Red Raiders' errors to walk away with a 6-0 ...

Mushroom compost sale at Sehome High on Saturday  The Bellingham Herald

Kiwanis Club of Bellingham and Sehome High School will hold their 2016 annual sale of mushroom compost at the school on Saturday, April 16.

Peer Mentoring at Sehome High School Helps Students form Connections to Education

In 2011, a new student-to-student tutoring program, called “peer mentoring,” was brought to Sehome High School in an attempt to increase student retention.

Bellingham officer’s video, taken on Sehome Hill, highlights homeless camp cleanup  The Bellingham Herald

Another video taken by a Bellingham police officer shows the cleanup of a homeless encampment near Sehome High School. Neighborhood Officer Eric ...

Sehome stops Meridian winning streak in girls soccer  The Bellingham Herald

The Sehome High School girls soccer team defeated Meridian 1-0 in a rainy Northwest Conference match Tuesday, Oct. 18, at Meridian High School.

Sehome High School football coach Bob Norvell resigns  The Bellingham Herald

Bob Norvell resigned as head coach of the Sehome football team after the 2016 season, according to a Thursday email from Mariners athletic director Colin ...

Dana Smith and the Rising Tide: Home of Bellingham's Student Journalism

Sehome High School is the site of Bellingham's student journalism. The Rising Tide is a monthly student run newspaper, examining a variety of topics.

Bellingham voters were asked to approve a $155 million school bond. Did they say yes?  The Bellingham Herald

Voters approve $155 million bond for Bellingham School District and six-year levy for Mount Baker School District.

Sehome Earns Third Consecutive State Scholastic Cup

The Sehome Mariners capped the school year by claiming another Scholastic Cup, winning their third consecutive title in the 2A classification.

Sehome wins way into Class 2A district  The Bellingham Herald

Sehome's boys basketball team only thought it would be deprived of a senior night.

Sehome boys edge Bellingham in ‘Bellinghome Battle’ basketball game  The Bellingham Herald

The first “Bellinghome Battle” rivalry game was an exceptionally spirited event in the stands and on the court, just waiting for a hero to emerge after one quarter.

Best team in state history? Sehome 1996 champs to reunite  The Bellingham Herald

Sehome raises Jeff Chapman and the state championship trophy after beating Decatur in the Class AAA State Championship Game March 9, 1996, at Key ...

For years, they’ve been playing alongside each other, but Tuesday they’ll face off  The Bellingham Herald

The Whatcom Warriors high school lacrosse program was forced to split in two for the 2017 season. For the first time, those two squads will face each other at 7 ...

Washington’s National Merit Scholarship semifinalists named; Seattle’s Lakeside tops list  The Seattle Times

Washington's semifinalists, along with 16000 others across the nation, had the highest scores on the 2017 PSAT taken by 1.6 million high school juniors last ...

Bellingham's Chamberlin one of the nation’s best in discus  The Bellingham Herald

Tucked away behind Sehome High School, Bellingham senior Jakob Chamberlin stood in the Mariners' discus circle preparing to make his final set of throws ...

Sehome's Marcus Polous' DJ Debut Raises Money for Whatcom Humane Society

Sehome High School Junior and amateur DJ Marcus Polous raised over $500 for the Whatcom Humane Society at his recent event.

Panther boys ready to run the court  Camas Washougal Post Record

After going all the way to the district tournament last season, the Washougal boys basketball players seem hungry to improve on what they started.

Bellingham schools to do away with pay-to-play sports fees this fall  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham Public Schools will no longer impose fees on families of students who wish to play sports. The fees for middle school and high school students ...

WWU has sold the landmark Bellingham Armory. Here's what new owners plan next.  The Bellingham Herald

The Western Washington University Foundation has sold the 1.3-acre Armory property for $1.5 million to Curt O'Connor and Pete Dawson. The property includes ...

2-for-1: Total lunar eclipse comes with supermoon bonus  The Bellingham Herald

The moon, Earth and sun lined up to create the only total lunar eclipse this year and next.

Nelson's Market Serves Charm to York District

Travel back to the age of trolleys, lavish Victorian architecture and charming corner markets with a trip to Nelson's Market.

Superintendent Greg Baker Supports Bellingham Students

Since 2010 Superintendent Greg Baker has worked diligently to promote equality for Bellingham students and keep the public schools running at a high level.

He’s only months removed from Sehome High, but his stardom is no surprise to UW  The Bellingham Herald

Freshman strong safety Taylor Rapp of Bellingham was selected the Pac-12 Freshman Defensive Player of the Year by conference coaches. He's the first ...

Baseball: Payton Robertson a force all over the diamond for Lyncs this spring  Lynden Tribune

Robertson and the Lynden Christian baseball team take part in the 1A District Tournament on Saturday at Joe Martin Field and Sehome High School.

Sehome Science Olympiad Students Mix Fun with Science

Sehome Science Olympiad students prepare for competition by studying biology, chemistry, physics, computer science and environmental science.

This Bellingham business is ‘offering a helping paw’ to veterans, kids and adults  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham's Brigadoon *Service* Dogs provide *service* dogs to promote a more independent and enriched life for veterans, children and adults who need ...

Bellingham, Squalicum turn around volleyball programs to reach state  The Bellingham Herald

The Squalicum High School volleyball team heads to the Class 3A State Tournament, only the second state appearance in school history, while Bellingham ...

Building permits, Feb. 25 – Mar. 1 | BBJ  The Bellingham Business Journal

Includes commercial building activity in Bellingham with an estimated valuation listed at $10,000 or more. Records are obtained from the City of Bellingham's ...

Black Hills Girls Basketball Mother-Daughter Duo Has Strong Basketball Bond  ThurstonTalk

A late free throw by Kennedi Greenfield pushed the lead to four points, ultimately sealing a win and the fourth-place trophy at last year's state 2A girls' basketball ...

From flag football in Bellingham to the Pac-12, it never takes Taylor Rapp long to show what he can do  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham doesn't produce many Division I athletes, but Taylor Rapp – a former three-star recruit from Sehome High – has quickly matured into a strong safety ...

Ex-football player charged with murder in wife’s death  The Bellingham Herald

Prosecutors say a former professional football player who ran youth football and fitness camps in Bellingham sliced his wife's neck and then crawled on the ...

Artist profile: Lonnie Schang featured at Good Earth Pottery  The Bellingham Herald

Lonnie Schang, a longtime art teacher at Sehome High School, is one of dozens of artists participating in the annual post-Thanksgiving Fairhaven Holiday ...

New coaches, new talent highlight local wrestling scene  Lynden Tribune

Lynden, Mount Baker and Nooksack Valley all have new coaches this winter.

Shmotolohka earns second straight All-NWC MVP  The Bellingham Herald

Sehome's Max Schmotolokha returns the ball to his opponent on Wednesday, Sept. 23, at Sehome High School in Bellingham. Evan Abell The Bellingham ...

Bellingham boy, 17, guilty of attempted murder in random attack on woman  Bellingham Herald

A teenager must serve more than five years behind bars for breaking into a Bellingham woman's home at random and, while high on mushrooms and other ...

Baseball: Lyncs come up just short of clinching state berth  Lynden Tribune

LC battles for the final state bid from District 1 on Saturday.

Club de Lectura: Carmen Avila Cervera Hosts Reading Club for Spanish Heritage Students

Every Monday for two hours after school at Roosevelt Elementary, there is Club de Lectura (“Reading Club” in English) for Spanish heritage students.

Seahawks and C Justin Britt come to terms  KGMI

RENTON, Wash. (AP) — Seattle Seahawks center Justin Britt signed a multiyear contract extension today that will keep the anchor of the offensive line in place ...

Mayor names Bellingham’s new top cop  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham Police has a new chief. David Doll, who currently is deputy chief, will assume the position Dec. 1 – Chief Clifford Cook is set to retire Nov. 30.

A tried-and-true tradition  Cascadia Weekly

What: Elizabeth Park Summer Concert Series When: 6pm-8pm Thursdays, June 21-Aug. 23. Where: Elizabeth Park, Columbia neighborhood. Cost: Free

Skyrocket Your Child's Imagination with Launching Success

A child's imagination is fertile ground, but in a world dominated by screens and over-scheduled days, how do you encourage that wild imaginary play?

Wrestling team previews  Lynden Tribune

Team previews for the boys and girls wrestling squads at Lynden, Meridian, Mount Baker and Nooksack Valley.

Former CWU football standouts Bo Banner, Kevin Haynes dreams come true playing pro football  Daily Record-News

All Bo Banner has ever wanted to do is play football.

Lowell Elementary students go back to school, and new building  The Bellingham Herald

Lowell Elementary students went back to school Wednesday, Aug. 26, to a new principal, Mary Sepler, and a new addition to their 101-year-old school.

Harris Companies Acquires Diamond B Constructors  Business Wire

Harris Companies (Harris) announced that it has acquired Diamond B Constructors, Inc. (DBC), a Bellingham, Washington based mechanical contractor.

This Bellingham program makes sure your autistic child doesn’t step backwards during summer break  The Bellingham Herald

FACES Northwest, a local non-profit, helps combat learning entropy by offering the only summertime program in Whatcom County for kids with autism.

Krissy Moehl—An Ultra Runner's View of Trail Running in Bellingham

Ultra runner Krissy Moehl shares tips on trail running in Bellingham along with some popular routes with great scenery and beautiful overlooks.

Fiction 101  Cascadia Weekly

Short fiction of 101 words or less submitted by readers, presented in random order. #1: First NIght. On the first night of Ramadan, we shelled the Muslimquarter.

She held a share of the national record, but wanted even more  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham 13-year old Sierra Noskoff, a member of the Bellingham Canoe & Kayak Sprint Team, paddled 1009.32 kilometers (627.16 miles) over the ...

Artist profile: Laura Engels active at iDiOM Theater  The Bellingham Herald

Laura Engels, 26, is a graduate of Sehome High School and of Western Washington University, with a bachelor's of arts in theater, in 2012.

How Sweet the Sound  Cascadia Weekly

By Amy Kepferle. Wednesday, January 2, 2019. Bellingham TheatreWorks is committed to producing the works of local playwrights and actors, and Eryn Elyse ...

5 Whatcom County Teens Graduate from Washington Youth Academy

Submitted by Washington Youth Academy. Five students from Whatcom County were among the record 152 cadets, who graduated from the Washington Youth ...

Mountain School Fosters Environmental Connection

When I was a fifth grader at Lowell Elementary School, my class went on a field trip to the Mountain School. The resulting experience was extraordinary.

The Morning News: Seattle Rallies Against Xenophobia and Racism, Students with Disabilites Confined in WA Schools

Washington Children Are Being Confined in School at Alarming Rates: Per state law, this practice is legal, but schools have been failing at adequately tracking ...

St. George's School Wins Team Racing Nationals  Scuttlebutt Sailing News

High School Sailing (Interscholastic Sailing Association – ISSA) concluded the spring Championship season with the Team Racing Championship, held May ...

Baseball: Playoff time for four local teams  Lynden Tribune

Lynden, Lynden Christian, Meridian and Nooksack Valley head into the district playoffs this weekend.

Artist profile: Author Phoebe Wahl comes home to roost  The Bellingham Herald

Artist and author Phoebe Wahl says she's a “Fairhaven baby born and raised” who admits she “was a Lowell Elementary kindergarten dropout, because there ...

WHS SAILING: WHS places 5th in sailing championships  Woodinville Northwest News

Five members of the Woodinville High School Sailing Team traveled to Anacortes the last weekend in April to compete in the Northwest Fleet Race ...

WEDDING: Allison Fisher & Dane Stanfield  Lynden Tribune

Allison Fisher and Dane Stanfield were united in marriage on Dec. 31, 2016, at Church of the Assumption in Bellingham, with Reverend Scott Connolly ...

Charges: Boy, 16, took cocktail of drugs before trying to murder Bellingham woman  Bellingham Herald

BELLINGHAM — A 16-year-old boy admitted to consuming Adderall, alcohol, marijuana and hallucinogenic mushrooms before trying to beat a random ...

Bellingham grandmother at front of pack of senior bicyclists  The Bellingham Herald

Bellingham retiree used to run long distances, but turned to bicycling after she hurt her back; now she's a two-event national champion.

So many reasons for ‘Fitz’  The Spokesman Review

When he played basketball at Gonzaga University 15 years ago, Jon Kinloch noticed the high school coaches coming in the side door at practice, hoping to ...

Building Positive Body Image at Bellingham Jazzercise

Bellingham Jazzercise instructor Meghann Mullen teaches her class to focus on the benefits that keep students healthy in every way.

1A Trico Baseball: Swenson takes reins at state champion King's Way Christian  The Columbian

After 22 years of coaching college baseball, Gregg Swenson is getting reacquainted with the high school game.

Artist Profile: Dancing for Joy presents spirit-filled performance about Christ’s birth  Bellingham Herald

Sixteen years ago, Maluhia Vander Griend and her husband, Kurt, founded Dancing for Joy, a dance school, in humble beginnings at Hillcrest Chapel in ...

King's bats come up short against Cedar Park Christian | Baseball - By David Pan  Edmonds Beacon

King's didn't get the hits it needed against Cedar Park Christian (Bothell). The Eagles edged the Knights 3-0 and 2-1 in Cascade Conference baseball action last ...

Allied Arts annual holiday festival open on Meridian Street  The Bellingham Herald

Annual Allied Arts Holiday Festival of the Arts 10 a.m.-7 p.m., Allied Arts of Whatcom County Arts Holiday Festival, 4145 Meridian St., open daily through Dec. 24.

Teen survives 2 days in rugged terrain after plane crash in North Cascades  The Seattle Times

Teenager Autumn Veatch, one of three passengers on a missing plane presumed crashed in the North Cascades, survived in rugged terrain for two days before ...

Local baseball teams hungry to reach state playoffs  Lynden Tribune

WHATCOM — Lynden baseball captured a regular-season Northwest Conference title. The team is noted as one of the top teams in the state — currently ranked ...

Mountains of Our Efforts  Cascadia Weekly

Wednesday, August 1, 2018. MOUNTAINS OF OUR EFFORTS: First Blanchard. Now Galbraith. With little advance fanfare, Bellingham City Council last week ...

Ranker Unanchored  Cascadia Weekly

Wednesday, January 16, 2019. RANKER UNANCHORED: For all the scandals and shenanigans and nine lives' escapes of the senator from the 42nd District, ...

Dashing through the Snow — 5 Sledding Spots to Explore in Whatcom County

Except for the occasional El Niño year, eastern Whatcom County is known as a playground for local winter sports. In addition to skiing, snowboarding and ...

Keep Whatcom Kids Happy with Spring Break Camps

Hands-on adventures with farm animals is one of the highlights of the Spring Break Camp at Common Threads Farm. Photo credit Laura Plaut. It may be short ...

No. 4 Gonzaga routs BYU 93-63 for 28th straight WCC road win  Bellingham Herald

Brandon Clarke scored 23 points and Rui Hachimura added 20 to lead No. 4 Gonzaga to a 93-63 win over BYU.

Bellingham Artist Nicole Bishopp's Creations Seen from Skate Parks to Living Room Walls

Nicole Bishopp is an illustrator and painter who never expected to draw or paint. Her passion for years — and first foray into selling her art — was ceramic ...

Step Inside the Foundry Makerspace in Bellingham

By Lorraine Wilde. bob wallin insurance As children we paint, draw, and sculpt, displaying our masterpieces proudly. But as we grow up, for many of us, that time ...

Randy Craker of the Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer District is Keeping Whatcom County Clean

Randy Craker has been working with the Lake Whatcom Water and Sewer District for 30 years. His job is messy, but it may be one of the most important ones.

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