As the population ages, the likelihood they will need medical care continues to grow. Thus, the need for nursing assistants — and their value in the workforce and community — is growing as well.
The SPARK Museum of Electrical Invention recently presented its fourth annual SPARK Award to Dennis Schatz, a renowned science educator and advocate for informal science education.
Despite continual wage increases, numerous vaccination exemptions and robust recruitment efforts, CHCC has not been able to rebuild long-term care staffing to pre-pandemic levels.
Laura DeWitt, a certified mastectomy fitter since 2014, helps women regain balance after breast surgery through her company, Allies Retail.
There’s a new local couple at the helm of Dave’s Sports Shop in Lynden. Will and Jenn Lathrop took ownership of the shop on May 1.
The Junior Ski to Sea Race and Parade events have been canceled for 2022. However, plans are in the works for the Junior Ski to Sea Race to return in 2023.
BELLINGHAM—Against the odds and bucking national trends, a dozen journalists employed at Cascadia...
Cascadia Daily News, a new Bellingham-based publication serving Northwest Washington, will begin publishing online the week of Jan. 24.
Obermueller, a Whatcom County native, assumed ownership of the company in late September and has been managing its affairs since then. Sue Sorensen founded the business more than a decade ago, in 2010.
A new daily news publication is being launched in Bellingham by Cascadia Newspaper Company. Delivered online daily and weekly in print.
“We have assembled a team of truly experienced marketing pros. Together we help BPRC’s clients be strategic and consistent with their marketing efforts.”
For the first time in 63 years, Dave’s Sports Shop, in Lynden’s Fairway Center may be owned and operated by someone other than a VanderHoek.
Jake’s reopened in Lynden just four months before COVID-19 started to impact people and businesses in Whatcom County. Teamwork and people drives Jake’s forward.
One of Bellingham’s most-loved hotels – The Fairhaven Village Inn – reopened to travelers July 1, more than three months after pausing due to COVID-19.
An entire decade of working alongside company owners, CEOs, department managers and other respected staff. So, onward we go with gratitude and appreciation.