In its February 2, 2016 ad, Northwest Jobs Alliance (NWJA), led by SSA Marine’s Gateway Pacific Terminal consultant Craig Cole, along with John Huntley and Brad Owens, continues to misrepresent Lummi Nation’s comments submitted on the Whatcom County Comprehensive Plan Update. Continue reading
Never let the truth get in the way of a good story.. like the fact that Intalco is cutting jobs all on its own, or that the coal industry is going bust, or that the Lummis have treaty rights, or that is the site of a marine reserve with several species that have been designated as biologically significant. Continue reading
On Dillon Honcoop’s November 2, 2015 Morning Show on KGMI, Senator Doug Ericksen was trying to work late-voting Whatcom conservative voters into a lather with his false statements and fear mongering, relating to Eric Hirst’s October 30 op-ed, in The Bellingham Herald. Continue reading
Sat, Oct 24, 2015, 2:26 pm John Servais
Some Whatcom County environmental folks want to help our neighbors in Skagit County fight the expansion of rail traffic to the Shell refinery near Anacortes. Continue reading
This is a share from Forest Ethics and RE Sources. Check out the list of people on the panel; should be a very interesting and informative evening! Please share and invite those you know.
Whatcom County Residents are invited to the Oil Train Impacts Public Forum, hosted by ForestEthics and RE Sources for Sustainable Communities, will be held at the Bellingham Public Library, 210 Central Avenue on Thursday, July 9, 7:00 – 8:30 p.m. The general public is invited to attend this presentation free of charge. Continue reading