Twenty Years Ago

  April 2021

Port Comment Periods Draw a Variety of Complaints

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the April 2001 issue of Whatcom Watch. Accountability, Carpenter Wages At the February 20, 2001 comment period two people spoke. … Continue reading

Comments Off on Port Comment Periods Draw a Variety of Complaints

  April 2021

Gift Transforms Lumber Mill Into Park

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the April 2001 issue of Whatcom Watch. Editor’s Note: This was the ninth in a series examining Bellingham’s parks. It … Continue reading

Comments Off on Gift Transforms Lumber Mill Into Park

  January 2021

WWU Emerges as a National Leader in Innovative Car Design

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the January 2001 issue of Whatcom Watch. Editor’s Note: For a history on Viking series cars ,go to: https://vri.wwu.edu/viking-series-cars-history.  The … Continue reading

Comments Off on WWU Emerges as a National Leader in Innovative Car Design

  December 2020

Post Point’s Great Blue Heron Colony: Balancing Wildlife Needs With a Growing Community

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the December 2000 issue of Whatcom Watch. Editor’s Note: The purchase of the property by the city of Bellingham to … Continue reading

Comments Off on Post Point’s Great Blue Heron Colony: Balancing Wildlife Needs With a Growing Community

  July 2020

Monarch Butterflies – Glass Cages and Biotech Corn

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the July 2000 issue of Whatcom Watch. Monarchs, America’s beautiful, magnificent migratory butterflies, are in trouble. Their winter habitat in … Continue reading

Comments Off on Monarch Butterflies – Glass Cages and Biotech Corn

  June 2020

Life Returns to Whatcom Creek: One Year After the Pipeline Explosion

Editor’s Note: For an article on the Whatcom Creek pipeline fire, go to: http://www.whatcomwatch.org/old_issues/v8i7.html#story1. The below article is abbreviated; for the entire article go to:   http://www.whatcomwatch.org/old_issues/v9i6.html#story8   Flash Fire The June 10, 1999, pipeline rupture spouted a deluge of gasoline … Continue reading

Comments Off on Life Returns to Whatcom Creek: One Year After the Pipeline Explosion

  May 2020

Where the Ocean Meets the Land

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the May 2000 issue of Whatcom Watch. Last month, we reprinted part five of a six-part series titled “Hot Water: … Continue reading

Comments Off on Where the Ocean Meets the Land

  April 2020

Forests: Outrun by Climate Change

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the April 2000 issue of Whatcom Watch. Below is part five of a six-part series on climate change that Whatcom … Continue reading

Comments Off on Forests: Outrun by Climate Change

  February 2020

United We Stand, Divided We Fall

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the February 2000 issue of Whatcom Watch. Editor’s Note: In March 1999, The Initiative Group filed an initiative with Bellingham … Continue reading

Comments Off on United We Stand, Divided We Fall

  September 2019

The Environment: A Legacy Each of Us Will Leave for Generations to Come

Since January 2014, Whatcom Watch has been rerunning articles from issues printed 20 years ago. The below article appeared in the August/September 1999 issue of Whatcom Watch. First off, let me say that I firmly believe we must reject any … Continue reading

Comments Off on The Environment: A Legacy Each of Us Will Leave for Generations to Come