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Spring is here in the Pacific Northwest
The weather is changing, and it has us all ready for sunny days, warm weather, and lots of berries. After all, Whatcom County, where Woods Coffee headquarters is, is the nation’s largest producer of red raspberries
So join us starting today, and try a White Chocolate Raspberry Mocha Shake, along with our ever popular White Chocolate Raspberry Scone, or…

Celebrate 15 years of Woods Coffee with us with our Anniversary Blend Whole Bean.

Q: Wes, you opened the first location of Woods Coffee in 2002. What were you doing immediately before that? A: For the 2 years leading up to our opening Woods Coffee, I was the national Sales manager at Fastcap. We had...

The Tualatin River is a beautiful natural jewel flowing through Washington County. From its headwaters in the coastal hills to its confluence with the Willamette,…

"I am wrote a book on bees, wasps, and ants for gardeners and have included reference to your guides and your website, both of which are super. You are providing a great service to the gardening community. Many thanks."
-Eric Grissell Sonoita, AZ
"I found the guide to be visually pleasing and well written. I found my way without effort and loved the print size (using a laptop). I have never thought of flies as pollinators. Now, I feel almost bad for the…

The U.S. Capitol Christmas tree will be making an appearance at Lake Union Park near the Museum of History and Industry on Saturday, November 7.

For more than 50 years, a tree has graced the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol for the holiday season. The Chugach National Forest in partnership with nonprofit Choose Outdoors will bring this special gift from Alaska to Washington, D.C. for the 2015 season with the help of Lynden Transport and its nationally recognized driver John Schank. This is the first time the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree will come from Alaska.

Cookies and cream has been my favorite flavor since I was a little girl. When TCBY asked me to try out one of their new Frozen yogurt flavors and share with you, Extreme Cookies 'n Cream was the obvious choice. I could go all Dr. Seuss and talk about... #cookiesncream #frozenyogurt #skinnymilkshake

Don't be fooled by museums' strong attendance numbers, says professor Michael Lewis. He argues today's art world is a Potemkin village, whose gleaming facades mask an indifference for the art itself.

On Saturday, August 15, from 10am until 2pm, businesses that will be opening in the Waples Mercantile Building in November will be holding a job fair at the Jansen Art Center.

Last week's Kids: Do Art! Summer Camp was five days of kids bringing their fantastic creative energy to the Jansen Art Center. At the culmination of the camp, the kids held a showing where parents and friends could see what they created during the week. We are always blown away not only by the talent, but also by the enthusiasm. A few boys even wrote and performed a rap for everyone about their week's adventures. Now that's entertainment
Below are a couple photos…

Through the color contrast on their bodies, the penguins mirror creates a silhouette which moves in sync with the viewer.

Submitted by Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center The Whatcom Dispute Resolution Center (WDRC) has officially opened the 2015 Peaceful Poetry Youth Contest. Whatcom County students, K – 12, are invited to submit poems of 30 lines or less, exploring the myriad themes relating to peaceful conflict resolution. The submission deadline is October 2, 2015. More information, videos of past recipients, …

At Market of Choice, customers enjoy a relaxing, enjoyable shopping experience and an extensive selection of natural, organic, local and conventional products at affordable prices. Staffed by friendly people who care about the communities where the

By Stacee Sledge Whether you’ve long lived here or are visiting from somewhere else, Whatcom County offers plenty to keep you entertained, engaged, relaxed, and inspired. Maybe your college roommate is coming to visit from the Midwest. Or your in-laws are in town for two weeks. Maybe you’re moving on and want to make …

Trend gains momentum after Medicare ties payments to level of patient satisfaction.