The group seeks a full forensic audit of the Washington election system.
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The program provides access to low-cost Internet service and computers to low-income residences.
As of 6pm, 13,000 in Whatcom County were without power.
The Fire Marshal's Office advises to continue to use extreme caution with outdoor fires since vegetation is still recovering from the long stretch of dry weather and is susceptible to fire spread.
National Weather Service forecasters have issued a wind advisory due to expected strong winds.
Today's rain could be considered preparation for what is forecast for later this week.
The announcement marks a return to backyard campfires while continuing to restrict burning of yard debris and other outside fires.
11 individuals and organizations from Whatcom County filed for chapter 7, 11 and 13 bankruptcy protection during the month.
“This may not be the end of our efforts if this pandemic continues.”