Cut Above A


Cut Above A
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1155 N State St
Bellingham, WA 98225
(360) 676-0398
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The Bellingham Herald shared Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Police's photo.
"Due to the distance from the nearest crossing, and the deep wet snow, a train had to be called out to pull the truck out."
Friday Follies WDFW Officers respond to a wide range of calls that may not directly pertain to natural resource protection. Often Officers work with other law enforcement agencies across the State, particularly in remote areas where law enforcement services are thin and public safety is at risk. One such instance happened last week where a WDFW Officer assisted Ferry County with a truck that had become stuck on train tracks. The driver, in a drunken state, thought it would be a good idea to drive on the train tracks in which the driver ultimately got stuck in a precarious position on a steep bank. Due to the distance from the nearest crossing, and the deep wet snow, a train had to be called to pull the truck out. Quite a costly tow service!

“If I steal your password, you can do another password. If I steal your biometrics, you’re not going to go get a facelift."

“A few years ago, the illegal trafficking of marijuana lined the pockets of criminals everywhere. Now, in our state, illegal trafficking activity is being displaced by a closely regulated marijuana industry that pays hundreds of millions of dollars in taxes.”

Whatcom Museum, Western Gallery will get past of this treasure trove

State attorney general vows to defend Washington’s recreational pot laws

Two Bellingham museums will benefit as Washington Art Consortium disbands, shares its collections.…

Mark Cuban bought into his idea for an inflatable paddle board, which is easier to store and carry than a regular paddle board.

Whatcom County native and ‘Shark Tank’ veteran to appear on ‘20/20’ tonight to talk about his success…

The Phillips 66 contractor injured in an acid leak at the Ferndale refinery two weeks ago has been released from the hospital.

February storms’ cost rises to $2.5 million in Whatcom County - and final tally may go higher.…