June 27, 2018 / David Rasbach / Bellingham Herald

Bellingham's a great place to live, but a top vacation spot? Well, we made this list

Though it doesn't have any well-known tourist attractions likely to draw people from around the world, Bellingham was one of 14 towns included on Forbes' recent list of "Coolest towns for your summer vacation," which it said included "quirky, character-filled small towns that are anything but sleepy." Read the full story here. 

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